San Diego to Arizona: “Look, just because we called you racist bigots…”

    “…doesn’t mean that you shouldn’t visit:” San Diego tourism leaders and hoteliers fear they could lose a sizable chunk of business this summer from valued “Zonies” who are so angered by elected leaders’ recent censure of Arizona for its illegal-immigration law that they’re mounting an informal boycott of their own. The San Diego Convention & Visitors Bureau and several hotels report receiving e-mails and letters | Read More »

    Where Do I Live?

    Due to professional obligations that diverted my attention away from RedState and the news of the day for the last couple of weeks, I awoke this morning to learn – well – that the world is officially upside down. Now, I realize that some of this may be repetitive for those who have been paying attention – but imagine my surprise to see the news | Read More »

    Where Do I Live?

    Due to professional obligations that diverted my attention away from RedState and the news of the day for the last couple of weeks, I awoke this morning to learn – well – that the world is officially upside down. Now, I realize that some of this may be repetitive for those who have been paying attention – but imagine my surprise to see the news | Read More »

    China Yes, Arizona No….[Updated]

    …..I’m serious as a heart attack—right now, you are actually peering inside the mind of a liberal. Scary, huh? You see, yesterday, Sarah Palin officially became my hero when she shined the national spotlight on the fact that Highland Park High School in Chicago, IL is not going to let their varsity girls basketball team compete in a national championship tournament, simply because the tournament | Read More »

    Liberalism and Diversity

    Given the reinvigorated immigration debate, coupled with the plans to build a Mosque at ground zero in New York, there exists a need to attempt to understand the primitive thinking of the liberal mind concerning diversity and its implementation. Diversity, by the nature of its definition, does not lead to harmony in and of itself. It takes an extra ingredient to glue the pieces together. | Read More »

    Boycott DC, not AZ

    So the Los Angeles City Council has voted to boycott Arizona over its new immigration law.  This nauseating display of moral vanity comes on the same day the Pew Research Center reports on a new poll showing that the American people support the law by a commanding 59%-32%.  Heck, Pew found that Democrats are split, with 46% opposed and 45% in support.  So we have the City of | Read More »

    Ronald Reagan: The great RINO of American history

    Much of the talk on the right side of the aisle today is centered on who is and is not a real Republican; a real “Ronald Reagan conservative”, to quote Sean Hannity’s false opinion of himself . This conservative renaissance has taken on a life of its own of late, much of it embodied by the Tea Party movement. Be it a party purity test | Read More »

    John McCain abducted by aliens, has fallen off his rocker

    Those who believe in alien life have long been vilified in American culture as being, basically, nuts. Despite purported evidence from Roswell , the secrecy behind Area 51 , and a number of legitimate Unidentified Flying Objects (UFOs), a majority of the public has been hesitant to believe. Well, let there be no more doubt. Arizona Senator John McCain has been abducted by aliens, and | Read More »

    WH demonstrates that it can read immigration polling.

    Like a large section of the right-blogosphere, I like Jake Tapper while being slightly resentful that I have to.  It’s nothing against the man; Jake’s a good guy who will do things like this. TAPPER:  You’ve said we’re a nation of cowards because we don’t talk freely and openly about race.  So in that spirit, let me give it a shot.  Do you think the | Read More »

    WH demonstrates that it can read immigration polling.

    Like a large section of the right-blogosphere, I like Jake Tapper while being slightly resentful that I have to.  It’s nothing against the man; Jake’s a good guy who will do things like this. TAPPER:  You’ve said we’re a nation of cowards because we don’t talk freely and openly about race.  So in that spirit, let me give it a shot.  Do you think the | Read More »

    Who’s the Racist?

    I was flipping through the channels the other night and came across an episode of “Law and Order: Special Victims Unit” on NBC.  I stopped watching this show regularly years ago because of its overly biased political nature and backhanded commentary on the Bush administration.  It looks like they have not given up on their old tricks, but without evil conservatives in power their new | Read More »

    Worth The Cost? You Be The Judge!

    Nancy Pelosi – one of the world’s leading trending topics. She’s come out with a real stinker on this one. Quoting the Rand Institute, our brilliant House Leader has come out stating that it would be far less costly to treat your teens for their drug use than to stop the damn drugs from coming into the country. Now if that isn’t San Franciscoan of | Read More »

    Perspective: Iran vs. Arizona

    With all of the talk going on about Arizona’s new immigration law, it seems that we have developed a severe lack of perspective. Arizona has become the most evil place in the world if you believe anything you hear on MSNBC. Given this and the latest from our old friend Mahmoud Ahmabignutjob (or Ahmedinejad, if you prefer) about how we should dismantle our nuclear weapons, | Read More »

    Let’s Burn Kris Kobach at the Stake

    This is getting hypocritically ridiculous.You probably don’t know who Kris Kobach is, but you need to. Kobach is a law professor at the University of Missouri and helped put together Arizona’s immigration law. You know that law right? The one a majority of Americans agree with? Well, to heck with tenure, folks are out to get Kobach. Chris Salazar, UMKC alum, said, “As an individual, | Read More »

    Let’s Burn Kris Kobach at the Stake

    This is getting hypocritically ridiculous.You probably don’t know who Kris Kobach is, but you need to. Kobach is a law professor at the University of Missouri and helped put together Arizona’s immigration law. You know that law right? The one a majority of Americans agree with? Well, to heck with tenure, folks are out to get Kobach. Chris Salazar, UMKC alum, said, “As an individual, | Read More »