President Trump should and must withdraw the United States from the 2015 Paris climate agreement. The deal, largely negotiated by the Obama regime and other members of the G20 nations ostensibly created a framework in which every country submitted an individual plan to tackle its greenhouse gas emissions, and agreed to regularly review their progress as a … Continue reading Au Revoir, Paris
Texas Central Partners, LLC is a private company developing a new high-speed passenger rail system that if completed, will connect Dallas/Fort Worth and Houston using technology that will - according to their website - "provide a travel time of less than 90 minutes." The project is currently being proposed to various groups around the state (including … Continue reading The American Chronicles – Ep. 042 – Questions on the Texas Bullet Train
Our growing national debt has dropped out of the headlines recently—but that doesn’t mean that the problem has gone away. The national debt recently topped $18.8 trillion, and is projected to reach $27 trillion by 2024. Worse yet, if you include the unfunded liabilities of Social Security and Medicare, the U.S. real indebtedness exceeds $83 … Continue reading The American Chronicles – Ep. 019 – Cato’s Michael D. Tanner on Going for Broke: Deficits, Debt, and the Entitlement Crisis
What else is left? On numerous divisive issues, voters are either clearly aligned on one side (pro-life, pro-gun, pro-religious freedom), or have had the issues decided for them by the Supreme Court and Executive Order (Obamacare, marriage equality, immigration). These issues have been the points on which elections have pivoted. With the decision from SCOTUS on … Continue reading A State of Clarity
Today, America celebrates the birth anniversary of the man who would become the greatest American leader of the 20th century; a man who remains the leader by which all his successors are measured. Happy Birthday to Ronald Wilson Reagan, the man who led the Reagan Revolution, defeated the Soviet Union, won the Cold War, ushered in … Continue reading Celebrating Reagan
Apparently, Chairman Mao inspired Hillary in ideology, politics, economics and, most importantly, fashion.
The "Marijuana Policy in Houston and Beyond" forum was held at the Talento Bilingüe de Houston, and was hosted by the Houston Young Republicans, the Texas Federation of Hispanic Republicans, Republicans Against Marijuana Prohibition, the MLK Association of Texas, and the Downtown Houston Pachyderm Club. The all-star panel for the discussion on the challenges and issues associated with marijuana … Continue reading Marijuana Policy in Houston and Beyond – Forum Discussion Video
Ohio Governor John Kasich (R-OH) announced on July 21, 2015 that he was running for President. His Twitter account carried the announcement, issued following the conclusion of his speech at 11:19 am CST: https://twitter.com/JohnKasich/status/623527624137162753 His formal announcement was delivered the same day at Ohio State University in Columbus, OH. Taking the stage in front of supporters, he gave a speech in which he outlined … Continue reading John Kasich Announces He’s Running for President – Video and Text Links
Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker (R-WI) announced on July 13, 2015 that he was running for President. His Twitter account declared the early morning announcement, sent out at 5:29 am CST: https://twitter.com/ScottWalker/status/620540478308487168 His formal announcement was delivered later in the day in the same Waukesha Expo Center just outside of Milwaukee, WI where he celebrated his victory in 2012 over Democrats and labor union … Continue reading Scott Walker Announces He’s Running for President – Video and Text Links
New Jersey Governor Chris Christie (R-NJ) announced on June 30, 2015 that he was running for President. His announcement took place long before his Twitter account declared the announcement, sent out at 3:20 pm CST: https://twitter.com/ChrisChristie/status/615978219079114752 His formal announcement was delivered earlier in the day at Livingston High School, his alma mater, in Livingston, New Jersey, where he took the stage … Continue reading Chris Christie Announces He’s Running for President – Video and Text Links
The SCOTUS decision in King v Burwell is like this: On the eve of the Super Bowl, the most respected and experienced analysts declare that not only will the underdog team from the small-market city lose badly, but that their ability and skills are amateurish, their quarterback is ugly, their coach is a lunatic and … Continue reading Elections Have Consequences; Time for GOP to be Consequential
Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal (R-LA) announced on June 24, 2015 that he was running for President. His announcement came in the form of a tweet, sent out at 11:29 am CST: https://twitter.com/BobbyJindal/status/613745877639802881 His formal announcement was delivered later the same day at the Pontchartrain Center in the New Orleans suburb of Kenner, Louisiana, where he took the stage … Continue reading Bobby Jindal Announces He’s Running for President – Video and Text Links
Former Texas Governor Rick Perry (R-TX) announced on June 4, 2015 that he was running for President. His tweet, sent out at 11:33 am CST: https://twitter.com/GovernorPerry/status/606499144312553472 The same day in a hangar at the Addison Airport, just north of Dallas, Texas, he took the stage in front of a Lockheed C-130 Hercules (a four-engine turboprop military transport aircraft) similar to … Continue reading Rick Perry Announces He’s Running for President – Video and Text Links
This is just a sample - a meager selection of the shameless lawlessness of the Obama regime. Here, you'll find no dearth of choices when it comes to the scandal-ridden current resident of the White House. Every day brings a new pathetic low. This is a humorous take on what the legacy of the … Continue reading So Many Scandals To Choose From
For the 49th time in 50 months, more jobseekers gave up looking than found work. Some facts are inconvenient, stubborn and intransigent. This irrefutable fact (provided by the Bureau of Labor Statistics) serves as an indictment against the Obama regime and its savage butchering of the American economy: The American labor force has shrunk to levels not … Continue reading Obama Economy Strikes Out 49 Times Out Of 50
Fewer and fewer men are gainfully employed, and the problem has grown into a crisis with each passing year of the Obama administration. As far as American working men are concerned, this is the Obama legacy: See this article by Daniel Halper for more details.