Be Quiet Chick-fil-A, You Know the Rule!
Update: I spoke today on the radio with Wild Bill McKubby from Z-94.5, out of Baxley, GA, about the Chick-fil-A controversy and today’s Chick-fil-A Appreciation Day. It’s the age old rule, ingrained in our society since the left deemed it so: Discussing politics and religion in public is rude. Chick-fil-A somehow missed the memo and this past week has suffered a constant barrage of | Read More »
Saxby Chambliss Does the Right Thing, Re: SWATting
I must admit, I’m happy my state has two Republican Senators, Saxby Chambliss and Johnny Isakson. It’s certainly better than the alternative, whether one or two Democrats. However, there are so many times that I wish they’d give us conservatives more than what they’d do. So, for once, I am happy to see one of my guys taking the lead on an issue, especially one | Read More »
University of Central Florida Hosts Terrorists & Forcibly Removes Their Detractors
While it’s certainly the case that a University may host an event paneled by individuals that the University leadership does not agree with or even may find reprehensible, it starts to look more like endorsement when they get into the habit of tossing law abiding citizens for asking questions of the University guest that may be uncomfortable. Such was the case in the almost universally overlooked incident that | Read More »
Democrats Want to Regulate Bloggers & Shut Us Up
“Democrats want to bring bloggers—all bloggers—not just conservative ones—under the control of federal campaign finance regulations.” Just when you thought the Democrats had gone after every possible sub-group in America, either through punitive taxes, confusing regulatory burdens, stifling federal takeovers, or just rhetorical attacks, it appears that the Democrats had left out one group. Bloggers. Until now. On January 21, 2010, the Supreme Court ruled, | Read More »