John McCain: A transitional Presidency?

    After hearing the convention speech of Sarah Palin, it slowly becameapparent to me that if (God willing) John McCain is elected President,he will be a transitional President, bridging the gap between the “old”Republican Party of the ’80s and ’90s, and the “new” Republican Partyof the future. Sarah Palin is just one representative of the new publicface of the Republican Party, along with Bobby Jindal, Tim | Read More »

    The End Of Freedom Of Speech

    No one has ever accused me of being an alarmist, but I fear what will take place if the Dimocrats take it all in November. Barack Obama on his flight to Germany accosted Major Garrett in why was it that Fox News was always on wherever he went in Iraq and Afghanistan. He alluded that President Bush maybe mandated that only Fox would be shown.They | Read More »

    How The GOP Can Retake The Majorities

    In 1986 I was managing a State Senate primary race in Upstate New York. My strategy was to attack early and often. Two weeks into the campaign I received a call from a member of then Senator Al D’Amato’s staff. I was told that negative campaigns do not work in New York. Only positive campaigns win amongst the GOP party members.This coming from a man | Read More »

    Dumb and Dumber [Closed and annotated]

    [Folks, please remember that this is a website dedicated to promoting conservative and Republican ideals; it’s not a place to advertise your “new” allegiance to the Libertarian Party and its latest paladin, Bob Who? I’m being nice by merely closing this diary, so take the hint. – Moe LaneIn this presidential election, what we have to choose from is a travesty. First, there’s Barack Obama. | Read More »

    Weeping For Our Future

    As I was mowing my yard this morning, a couple of the neighborhood boys came by and said hello. Cute, innocent, 9 & 7 years of age. As I told them about my time in the Navy, they were enthralled, and at the same time, upset. They then proceeded to tell me why not only the Iraq war is wrong, but all war is wrong. | Read More »

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