The Secret of Change

    The secret of change is to focus all of your energy, not on fighting the old, but on building the new. -Socrates Socrates was allegedly a smart guy. I regret missing out on that part of my education, but I was in Catholic school and nuns were hiding around every corner. I was too terrified to learn. But this is an interesting quote because it | Read More »

    Portman Introduces Kick-the-Can-Down-the-Road-Until-January Act

    If you had any doubt that our national leaders are more concerned about preserving their jobs than with preserving our Republic, Sen. Rob Portman’s (R-OH) End Government Shutdowns Act should quickly dispel those doubts. Portman, joined by Senators Tester (D-MT), Barrasso (R-WY), Boozman (R-AR), Coats (R-IN), Cornyn (R-TX), Enzi (R-WY), Hoeven (R-ND), Lee (R-UT) and McCain (R-AZ) introduced a bill today that will attempt to insulate | Read More »

    An Academic, A Corporatist, A Marxist, and a Clown

    We’ve all become quite familiar with the leftist/collectivist tactic of having a ‘panel’ of experts to discuss an issue.  The ‘panel’ is supposed to be an array of viewpoints in order to have surrogates from differing sides.   Inevitably, the Democratic spokesmodels in the media assemble a mix of a poodle-Republican, like David Brooks, a liberal, a progressive, and a Marxist.  They then parse the issue | Read More »

    The Conservative Roster for a Senate Takeover

    There has been a lot of inner-party turmoil over whether republicans should try to elect the  most conservative candidate or the candidate that is the most electable. I say why can’t we have our cake and eat it too. Here is my roster of the most viable conservative candidates running for Senate. Remember we need 10 seats to take over the Senate because Vice President | Read More »

    Bridgewater Momentum

    Bridgewater Momentum By hollyonthehill Senate candidate Tim Bridgewater seems to be picking up steam in Utah’s Senate race. With three months still to go until convention, Bridgewater is well-positioned in the crowd. He is doing well at the debates, using humor frequently and coming across as comfortable, relaxed and confident. He is also creating buzz, with his fundraising (over a quarter of a million | Read More »

    CBC preparing to oppose Obama over Gregg?

    Glenn Thrush has a statement from CBC Chair Rep. Barbara Lee that certainly sounds like they’re reserving the option: “In this light, Sen. Gregg’s record of previously voting to abolish the Commerce Department and his attempts to block President Bill Clinton’s efforts to secure adequate funding for the 2000 census raise troubling concerns regarding his commitment to the department’s core missions. We may know more | Read More »

    Blitheness anyone?

    I made these back when Kerry was a sure thing and the Bush era was all but over… Being a young republican in college I was called many things so I made this character, Randy E. Lee, based off of all the stereotypes that were pushed onto me. Turned out I loved the guy…

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