Why I Declared War In My Condo’s Mail Room
To what degree are Americans politically polarized? How does the battle between Republicans and Democrats play out in our everyday lives? Here to help answer those questions is a first hand report from the “front lines” – in this case, the community mail room in our condominium. It all started when a friend who is a Republican political consultant asked if my husband and I | Read More »
Will Hispanic Voters Prevent Republicans From Winning the White House?
Re-posted from National Review Recently Steve Schmidt, a well-known GOP strategist who was John McCain’s 2008 presidential-campaign manager, said that Republicans need to capture at least 40 percent of the national Hispanic vote if the GOP is ever going to win back the White House. Is the current political environment making it even more difficult for the GOP to achieve that 40 percent benchmark | Read More »
The “Consider This!” Podcast, Episode 45: The ACLU Sues Over Cake, NY Times Reports On Bias, and Stem Cells From Skin
The latest episode of the “Consider This!” podcast is out. Conservative commentary in 10 minutes or less. Would you support a baker who refused to bake a cake with a Swastika on it celebrating a pair of loving neo-Nazis who were getting married? Would the ACLU come down on the side of the baker, or the couple? Now, listen as I make one small change to the | Read More »
Selling Keynesian Economics to Joe the Plumber?
I usually don’t respond to Bloomberg, but one of my writers saw some low hanging fruit especially when someone tries to peddle Keynesian economics. Yesterday Bloomberg published an article by Christopher Flavelle entitled “Selling Keynesian Economics to Joe the Plumber”. I suspect that the author doesn’t know what a big sale that would be. Joe’s too smart for that. Remember this: we can either have | Read More »