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    10 Observations on Last Night’s Miracle for We the People

    10 Observations on Last Night’s Miracle for We the People

    1)      Dave Brat is one of the most genuine, God-fearing, and humble candidates I’ve met this year.  He had no interest in doing this for himself; it was all about the cause.  He was gracious to Eric Cantor from day one and never engaged in politics of personal destruction. 2)      There are obviously numerous disparate factors that play into the final outcome of an election.  | Read More »

    The Great American Miracle

    I literally don’t know what to say and am at a loss of words. I’ve spent the past few weeks working with people on the ground in VA-7 to help Dave Brat turn in a strong showing.  I originally thought the notion of Eric Cantor being vulnerable was a joke, but Dave Brat, a great American patriot, rose to the occasion.  It became clear to | Read More »

    Senate Committee Passes $2 billion in Aid for Illegal Invasion

    Senate Committee Passes $2 billion in Aid for Illegal Invasion

    Word has gotten out in Central American publications that anyone who wants to drop their poverty off on America’s doorstep will be accommodated.   Those rumors were well founded. I’m sure the Framers had this in mind when they gave Congress the power of the purse.  At a time when Americans are languishing from a stagnating economy and crushing debt, the Senate Appropriations subcommittee on Labor-HHS | Read More »

    Mick Mulvaney: The New Lindsey Graham

    Mick Mulvaney: The New Lindsey Graham

    Folks, for all of you relying on House “conservatives” to save us from becoming an open borders utopia just know that we’ve got a serious problem.  I sincerely thought that, although there is some disagreement over what to do with those here from the second great wave of illegal immigration, all Republicans would unite to stop Obama’s egregious facilitation of a third great invasion.  Sadly, | Read More »

    If I Were Marco Rubio

    If I Were Marco Rubio

    Senator Marco Rubio spent the better part of last year joining together with Democrats to make a bipartisan push for amnesty and comprehensive open borders.  The message to the third world was clear and unambiguous.  We have not learned the mistakes of the past and we will continue granting amnesty because we lack the stomach to leave any illegals behind. Not surprisingly, starting late last | Read More »

    Immigration is not Supposed to be a Public Charge

    Immigration is not Supposed to be a Public Charge

    Throughout America’s history, there has always been a bipartisan consensus that newly admitted immigrants should not become a public charge.  With dependency soaring among native-born Americans and current immigrants, it makes no sense to allow in new people who will only swell the ranks of the welfare state.  This objective rings true even from a liberal standpoint.  After all, liberals desire to preserve the welfare | Read More »

    Thad Cochran and What is Wrong with Politics

    Thad Cochran and What is Wrong with Politics

    Let’s put aside ideology for a moment and ignore the fact that there is not a single conservative bone in Thad Cochran’s body.  What is more disturbing is that he clearly has not been able to effectively represent Mississippi for quite some time, and certainly will not serve as a vibrant voice for another six years. Throughout the primary in Mississippi, all the media cared | Read More »

    What will the GOP do about the Latest Cap and Trade Scheme?

    What will the GOP do about the Latest Cap and Trade Scheme?

    It is has been noted in recent years that a good percentage of Americans do not pay income taxes.  However, we must remember that all Americans incur the cost of the hidden tax of regulations.  According to the Competitive Enterprise Institute (CEI), burdensome regulations drain $1.86 trillion from the private economy every year.  The tab is $15,000 per family, more than many families pay in | Read More »

    Time for Eric Cantor to Put Up or Shut Up

    Time for Eric Cantor to Put Up or Shut Up

    It is now safe to say that Eric Cantor wins the award for the most dishonest campaign of the election cycle.  And given the fact that every establishment candidate has run a campaign based on distorting their own record or issue positions, that is saying a lot. After sending out a series of shockingly dishonest mailers and appallingly deceitful TV ads, Cantor blasted out an | Read More »

    Why Thad Cochran is Unfit to Serve

    Why Thad Cochran is Unfit to Serve

    As the Mississippi primary ticks down to its closing hours, Senator Thad Cochran finally came out of his witness protection program to give an interview with the Washington Post.  But in that interview, he clearly shows why he is unfit to represent Republicans in the state of Mississippi: During his campaign stop at the hospital, Cochran had not mentioned the Affordable Care Act, a flash | Read More »

    America is not a Dumping Ground

    America is not a Dumping Ground

    Today, Secretary of Homeland Security Jeh Johnson will testify before the House Judiciary Committee on issues related to immigration and border security.  There is probably no department through which Obama has pushed his lawlessness more than Homeland Security, as he has completed shredded our immigration laws and erased our borders. Republican members of the Judiciary Committee should make this hearing the beginning of a sustained | Read More »

    Orrin Hatch Speaks for the French Republicans

    Orrin Hatch Speaks for the French Republicans

    I’m sure Senator Orrin Hatch would have had the courage to make the following statement in 2012 during his contentious primary challenge: Utah Sen. Orrin Hatch says it’s obvious that gay marriage will become legal across the country sooner or later. Hatch said people who can’t see what’s happening aren’t living in the real world. He made the remarks Wednesday onKSL-Radio’s Doug Wright Show. Hatch | Read More »

    Don’t Mess With Texas

    Don’t Mess With Texas

    The Tea Party and grassroots conservatives have come back to life from the dead more times than any of us can count.  The media keeps missing the point; whenever our candidates can raise money and get their message out to the voters before they are defined by the smear machine, they will win every time.  And especially in Texas, where we have done a better | Read More »

    Establishment Campaign Strategy: Shameless, Cowardly, and Perfidious

    Establishment Campaign Strategy: Shameless, Cowardly, and Perfidious

    I’m hearing some breaking news down in Virginia’s Seventh District.  Eric Cantor is planning to resign his seat and take over the helm at the hawkish immigration group, Numbers USA.  Take a look at this door hanger from the Cantor campaign, which was distributed to Republican voters in his district, and that is the only conclusion one can draw from its content. Looking at this | Read More »

    Thoughts for Memorial Day

    Thoughts for Memorial Day

    Those of us who live a civilian life can never fully appreciate the degree of sacrifice borne by those who wear the uniform, especially those who serve in dangerous theaters.  We certainly can never fully relate to those families whose loved ones have given the ultimate sacrifice for this great nation. But as we remember those fallen heroes this Memorial Day, we must commit to | Read More »