2012 Redistricred CA a deathblow or opportunity for Califonia’s GOP
(sorry if grammar’s a fail it came from the heart/mind Im really into this type of stuff thats why) Still reeling in from bittersweet 2010 elections. While the rest of America is slowly trailing back to our constitutional principles Califoria stubbornly sits in a Deep Blue Ocean of Liberalism waiting to drown or waiting pull a miricle. But then when you look at the bigger picture would | Read More »
Rep. Joseph Cao Falling on the Sword for Conservatism
Last week, a liberal Democrat voiced his opposition to the health care bill for electoral reasons. This week, a moderate Republican voiced his opposition to the health care bill as a matter of principle. Conservatives pine for leaders who place principle above pragmatism. Rep. Joseph Cao is acting like such a man. Cao was undecided on the health care bill. Cao won his heavily African-American | Read More »
Senator DeMint: Freedom Builds the Tent
Much has been made lately of the Republican Party’s struggles – the latest involving the defection of Arlen Specter to the Democrat Party. The fight has been cast by the commentariat and a few Republican politicians as a fight between ideological “purists” who, it is said, seek to shrink the Party, and the pragmatic sort who understand the need to remain inclusive. I do not | Read More »
Bi-partisanship means Democrats giving in on something.
Let’s be honest, the whole stimulus debate is growing old from my standpoint. All we hear is that Obama is a post-partisan leader and Republicans are duty bound to help him pass his “stimulus package.” But what exactly are the Republicans getting from the Democrats? Are we getting a leaner more efficient government? Are we really auditing all the social programs of the country to | Read More »
Illegal Immigration: McCain’s Expediency Didn’t Work, So Why Not Try Being Principled?
La Raza is demanding that Barack Obama provide amnesty to all illegal aliens, which the Democrat fully intends to do in hopes that millions of new Hispanic voters will help re-elect him. If amnesty past is prologue, there will follow an illegal immigration surge in preparation for the next amnesty. John McCain took an unprincipled stand on illegal immigration, gambling that any conservative votes he | Read More »
Obama’s character? Actions speak louder than words.
Who is Barack Obama? We read in the Bible: “by their fruits ye shall know them” (Matt. 7:20). It really does not matter what Barack says, because that may not be the truth. What Barack has done is important, because actions do not lie. When paying respect to our country and the American flag, does Barack place his hand over his heart? You would expect | Read More »
, Bill Ayers
, Jeremiah Wright
Only a Matter of Principle?
I’ll be the first to admit that I do not hold a Ph.Genius in economics. I have had mixed feelings about the proposed bailout, like so many other conservatives. Some who are far more knowledgable about economics – really brilliant people, like Bernanke and Paulson – have told us that this is a real crisis, and that the only entity with the resources, clout, and | Read More »