Crazy Christian Conservative


    The Façade in DC

    In the Old West, buildings were often built with “false fronts”, or façades, that hid the fact that the actual building behind them was much less than it appeared on the surface. The word “façade” is defined as “a superficial appearance or illusion of something”. Now many are probably not aware that the White House in DC has a façade. But it’s not in front | Read More »

    A great gift idea for that special someone in your life

    But alas – unfortunately, you won’t be able to buy this one for Christmas this year.  It seems that the latest in the Tom Clancy Rainbow Six series may have adopted a new villain:  Occupy Wall Street.  MRC TV has the story here. Now I’m not all that convinced that it’s OWS that they’re going after – I don’t see any stringy hair or torn | Read More »

    “It was like the turkeys mounted a counterattack”

    Hey, look: It’s THANKSGIVING!! And of course that brings … the annual “WKRP Turkey Drop Open Thread” kitd.html5loader(“flash_kplayer_iLyROoafYtDe”); “With God as my witness, I thought turkeys could fly” (You can watch the entire episode on Hulu) Happy Thanksgiving, my friends. Enjoy the day, and give thanks to God today for the many blessings in your lives. (Oh, and this is an open thread. Talk amongst | Read More »

    Ode to #OWS

    This one’s been making the rounds of late, and it just found my inbox this morning.  This is a poem that appears to have been originally published back in the late 1940s, and according to the document, was placed in the Congressional Record by GOP Representative Clarence J. Brown of Ohio.  One might think it a fake, considering how eerily accurately it describes the current | Read More »

    Occupy “movement” criminals depicted as “fringe”. Really?

    This evening, USA Today published a story describing the law-breaking participants in the “Occupy movement” as a “violent fringe”.  But how can a movement whose entire existence is predicated upon breaking the law be anything but criminal and destined to incite violence?  The mere concept of this “occupation” promotes the idea that the occupiers would perpetrate an act that is bound to break multiple laws | Read More »

    It’s the End of the Word As We Know It (Again)

    Today is Do-Over Day for Harold Camping and his EOTW prediction.  Yes, kids, today’s the day that The Big One will occur and the world will come to an end. And I forgot to take a vacation day today. So, here’s an open thread for you to mull over what you should be doing on this, your last day on Earth.  I have some work | Read More »

    This Primary Season Is All About Not Romney

    Every week brings another controversy or another debate – and another Republican POTUS front-runner.  And once again, the GOP base continues its eternal (and fruitless) search for the Perfect Conservative.  Each time a candidate peaks, they stick their foot in their mouth or some issue about their past pops up and they drop in the polls in favor of the next flavor of the month. | Read More »

    The New Face of Organized Labor

    When I was in high school, we had to read Upton Sinclair’s “The Jungle“.  In that piece, Sinclair depicts the evils of the 19th/early 20th century meatpacking industry and how socialism and labor unions saved the day for the workers.  Now there were certainly times such as those when labor unions served a useful purpose in protecting the interest of workers, but… Those times are | Read More »

    Rick Perry’s pro-life decision

    Much has been made of Rick Perry’s executive order about Gardisil.  This news story provides some insights into how Perry’s action demonstrates how he put his pro-life viewpoints into action. That…is a powerful story.

    No, we did not “learn to like” Obamacare

    As people learn what’s actually in the bill, that six months from now, by election time, this is going to be a plus because the parade of horribles, particularly the worry that the average middle class person has that this is going to affect them negatively, will have vanished and they’ll see that it’ll affect them positively in many ways…” NY Sen. Chuck Schumer, on | Read More »

    “If Al Gore had won…”

    It’s a slow, Labor Day weekend Saturday, and as I browsed the Interwebz this morning, I ran across this gem from The Hill.  In it, Brent Budowsky attempts to channel his inner Harry Turtledove by creating an alternate history about what might have happened had Algore won the 2000 election against George W. Bush. The piece is rife with silliness such as this: The pro-earth | Read More »

    The Euphocrats

    Ever notice how adept the Democrats are at the use of euphemisms to try to hide their agenda? We’ve seen it a number of times recently: “revenue enhancements” instead of “tax increases” during the debt limit debate, or “balanced approach“, which again hid the Obama agenda of jacking up taxes. How about the efforts of Debbie Wasserman-Schulz (“competitive option”) and Nancy Pelosi (“consumer option”) to | Read More »

    Gov. Rick Perry’s announcement of his run for President

    As Moe and Erick noted below, “it happened.” Texas Governor Rick Perry has announced his intent to run for President of the United States. Video streaming by Ustream The first Redstate Gathering was in Atlanta in 2009, and now we’re on our third one. No matter what GOP candidate you support for the nomination, this 2011 Gathering is one for the history books. Thanks to | Read More »

    One business woman’s view of the Oconomy

    Business people seem to have a particularly good grasp of what’s going wrong in Obamaland.  Amilya Antonetti articulates it well here. “What should the President say on Monday?” “I apologize. I apologize because i did not lead this country to success” If only that could fix the disaster that Barack Obama and his minions have foisted off on this nation. (Consider this an open thread)

    Harry Reid: The New Walter Mondale

    Back in the good old days, referring to a liberal as “tax and spend” was considered an insulting accusation – one that Democrats avoided, deflected and denied. All except poor Walter Mondale. Back in 1984, for some reason, Mondale thought that telling Americans that he was going to raise taxes would somehow be considered a good thing to do.   Of course we know the | Read More »