Why the GOP Primary Battle is a Gift to Obama
Re-posted from PJ Media The South Carolina primary results have made President Obama a very happy man. He and his campaign high command know the longer the Republican nomination fight drags on, the less time the eventual nominee will have to turn his full attention and resources towards defeating Obama. Some strategists believe that a prolonged battle strengthens the candidate and prepares that person for | Read More »
Hillary’s Secret Diary: “The Whispering Tour”
Re-posted from Pajamas Media October 7, 2011 Dear Diary: In my last entry of September 8th, I was about to call Dick Cheney at 3am (a time for which I am famous) because I finally admitted to myself that my life’s ambition is to be President — and Cheney had said on ABC News that I should run in 2012. Knowing Dick Cheney, aka Darth Vader was | Read More »
The First Lady – From Target Marketing to Ultra Ritzy Dining in One Weekend
As the world knows by now, First Lady Michelle Obama did a little shopping with jus’ plain folks at Target in Alexandria, Virginia, where an AP reporter just happened to be around to chronicle the event for the planet.
Hillary’s Secret Diary: Should I or Shouldn’t Run?
re-posted from Pajamas Media 3:00 AM September 8, 2011 Dear Diary: Should I or shouldn’t I? Bill says “go for it” because he is itching to be the first First Dude. And can you believe Dick Cheney is sending me signals to run? He also said on ABC News that I am the most competent person in Obama’s cabinet. Darn right I am! Thanks for | Read More »
A Drinking Game for Tonight’s GOP Debate
re-posted from Pajamas Media Here’s a more amusing way to watch the Republican presidential candidate debate tonight at the Ronald Reagan Library in Simi Valley, California. (By the way, reserve a spot for the Reagan Library on your list of “places to visit before you die” because both the setting and the museum are spectacular.) Background Note: Today’s 30 year olds were born when Reagan | Read More »
Is Sarah Palin Getting Trumped?
By Myra Adams According to the latest polls, former Alaska Governor Sarah Palin’s political popularity trajectory is heading south. It was inevitable given our 24/7 fame-obsessed culture which feeds on new personalities and controversy to fuel the celebrity media machine. Once Sarah Palin resigned from her office as Alaska Governor, she left that respected “higher platform” reserved for our elected leaders and | Read More »
“Make Us Gods Who Will Go Before Us”
“Pastor” John Ziegler, owner of TigerWoodsIsGod.com, relays his horror at recent allegations of extramarital affairs by the world’s most recognized golfer: After several days of evaluation, I have decided to disband the First Church of Tiger Woods … and I will not renew the TigerWoodsIsGod domain name when it expires in a couple of months… … you might think that such a decision might be | Read More »
The Premiere of “V” on ABC November 3rd: The First Major Crack in MSM ObamaMania
The popular culture sometimes gives signals about a society’s trends: apocalyptic movies appear during times of stress, like right now with the War On Terror. Tonight the premiere of a new version of a science-fiction series from over 20 years ago on ABC (?!!!?) contains elements of satirical criticism against the cult of MAObama! If there were no market for such a series, you can | Read More »
Polanski, Letterman, John & Kate: I Make No Apologies for my Social Conservatism
Liberals have always moaned about a perceived tendency among conservatives to try to “legislate morality.” This is nonsense of course. It is liberals who allow their twisted moral code to be translated directly into paternalistic regulation. But as a paleoconservative and as a pastor, I do consider it imperative that we do all we can on all fronts to preserve the social conventions that sustain civilized life, just as | Read More »
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Where The Votes Are, And Why We’re Not Winning Them.
NOTE: This started as a response to Fred Maidment’s comment here and ended up becoming this … so if this seems disjointed, it’s all Fred’s fault – :-). Where the votes are is in the “middle” – that undefined muddled plurality of the electorate that is at best marginally informed, that only really pays attention to the “issues” in the last few weeks (when its | Read More »
*DRM= Digital Rights Management = A means of crippling both the content and playback equipment Look at the above. If you are a rock ribbed conservative the fallacy of the comics argument jumps out and hits you in the nose before you have even finished reading it. You don’t steal other people’s stuff and if you don’t like the way a product is provided you | Read More »