Why I now question the wisdom of a Trump vote. And why Carly Fiorina is looking better and better.
WHAT’S TO LIKE ABOUT DONALD TRUMP? I like the fact that Donald Trump that is saying all the right things about issues important to all Americans – albeit in fuzzy terms — but that’s okay, for now. I believe him when he says he will make America’s military the strongest in the world again. I believe him when he says he will build a fence | Read More »
Why Donald trump is right about anchor babies and the 14th amendment.
The state may not take the children as its own, leaving the parents with an untenable Hobson’s choice and the children without parents.
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The truth is: a third party already exists.
House Speaker Rep. John Boehner (R-OH) N/A% and Senate President Sen. Mitch McConnell (R-KY) 58% have done to the Republican Party what Democrats could only have dreamt of achieving: the destruction of the Republican Party. As noted below, these two “leaders” have not only alienated their independent/conservative base among voters in cities and towns across America, but they have | Read More »
They didn’t build that on their own? Oh, yeah, Sen. Warren, they did.
“There is nobody in this country who got rich on their own. Nobody.” Elizabeth Warren, 2012. “If you’ve got a business — you didn’t build that. Somebody else made that happen.” Barak Obama, 2012. “Don’t let anybody tell you that it’s corporations and businesses that create jobs. You know that old theory, trickle-down economics. That has been tried, that has failed. It has failed rather | Read More »
The case for Impeachment.
The Republicans are wrong in believing that the American public would reject a vote to impeach the president of the United States. Republicans have foolishly bought into the liberal argument that any attempt to impeach would irk the public and mobilize the democratic base in the November congressional and senate elections, resulting in public retaliation against members of congress who exercised their only lawful response | Read More »
Benghazi: Will Democrats Show Their True Colors?
Why is there a need for additional hearings into what happened at Benghazi? Why indeed? What difference does it really make? to quote Mrs. Clinton, the former Secretary of State. After countless hours and hearings into the events of September 11, 2012 what has the republican congress discovered? Do we have any idea who told the military to stand down? Do we have any idea | Read More »
Time for a new Conservative Party.
There may have been a time when the terms Democrat and Republican meant something, but those days are long gone, to the extent they ever really existed. The truth is, there were always liberal, moderate and conservative elements in both parties and, depending upon which side controlled the party apparatus, there was always one side in each party that felt uncomfortable with the direction their | Read More »
The Democratic Marxist/Socialist Agenda and the Next Great Depression.
Interest on our national debt for 2012 is over $375.8 billion. Simple math, that’s roughly $31.3 billion a month or a billion plus a day in interest payment. To put things into perspective, in fiscal 2011 the yearly interest on national debt was $454.2 billion. Interest on national debt is a real problem. These figures are a compilation of debt from various sources: U.S. Treasuries, | Read More »
Mitt speaks to, but doesn’t connect with, the people. Why?
Mitt Romney suffers the same infirmity most establishment Republicans suffer: he knows how to speak to the people; he just doesn’t know how to connect with them. Case in point: The other day Obama put his foot in his mouth when he exposed the Marxist collectivist ideology that drives his and the Democratic Party’s social agenda. He let slip his disdain for individualism and individual | Read More »
Obama’s Marxist Rhetoric: A far more sinister purpose underlies his words.
President Obama’s recent broadside against individualism is pure Marxist rhetoric. The republicans and most talking heads have missed his purpose entirely. Ayn Rand is probably turning in her grave, unsettled by the obvious misdirection and the Republicans’ inability to address it squarely or call it for what it is. No man is an island, true, but one man’s success is not equally distributed among all | Read More »