Gingrich Describes Himself As “Progressive”
The Wall Street Journal released a number of documents from Newt’s professor days today. One of these documents features a letter from Gingrich containing the following money quote: “I am more a critical progressive seeking reform rather than a new leftist advocating radical change.” That’s a pretty apt description of the typical RINO, it would seem.
We Are All Rich Lowrie
Members of the media asked Rick Perry in a previous debate who his economic advisors were, and he declined to provide specific names. Herman Cain offered a specific name in the Bloomberg debate, and now we see what happens when this kind of information becomes public. Reporters rushed off to consult Rich Lowrie’s LinkedIn profile. It turns out that Lowrie is a financial advisor with | Read More »
Notes on Dr. Jerome Corsi’s 9/19 Address at Furman University
Many thanks to Furman University’s Conservative Students for a Better Tomorrow for inviting Dr. Jerome Corsi to speak this evening on his book America for Sale. The CSBT is composed of a group of brave and dedicated students given that they find themselves immersed in an environment where, as CEO Stephen Sebastian pointed out during the introduction, a university poll revealed 87% of the faculty | Read More »
CPAC FL: A Prospective Survey of Attractions
I’m looking forward to attending CPAC FL next week. It’ll be my first CPAC. The preliminary schedule is now posted (PDF file) and I’m zeroing in on a few points of attraction. Michele Bachmann is the first of the primary candidates to speak at 9:15 a.m., and I’ll definitely be paying attention since she is my first choice candidate this election. I’m also looking forward | Read More »
Sen. Graham’s Bumper-Sticker Response to Perry’s Afghanistan Policy
I suppose I shouldn’t be surprised that Graham trotted out the line “we’re fighting them over there so we don’t have to fight them over here” in reference to Perry’s remarks on Afghanistan. Graham is soft on the immigration issue, which totally determines whether we’ll end up “fighting them over here.” The War on Terror isn’t a military problem, at heart it’s an immigration problem.