Today in History – The Beginning of the End in Tiananmen


With Leftists around the globe pushing to implement varying degrees of socialism upon society, it seems fitting that we look back and review what happens when a socialist government encounters protests in favor of Democracy. Today marks the anniversary of the beginning of the Massacre of Democracy Demonstrators in Tiananmen Square by a communist government … Continue reading Today in History – The Beginning of the End in Tiananmen

Au Revoir, Paris


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

We Must Win Against Radical Islam


When 22-year-old Salman Abedi blew himself up at a pop music concert in Manchester, England, killing 22 and wounding 59, he did more than commit a terrorist attack - he once again demonstrated the insidious nature of violent, radical Islam manifested as jihad. The suicide bomber detonated himself at Manchester Arena late Monday as concertgoers streamed … Continue reading We Must Win Against Radical Islam

How Socialism Ruined My Country – Via PragerU


Socialism has failed every single place and time it has been tried. Yet for some disturbing and bizarre reasons, Senator Bernie Sanders attracted a massive following of supporters comprised of a combination of naive millennials, committed leftists and disenchanted liberals, and came close to winning the 2016 Democrat primary against corrupt criminal candidate Hillary Clinton. … Continue reading How Socialism Ruined My Country – Via PragerU

The American Chronicles – Ep. 027 – Col. Rob Maness of GatorPAC


Rob Maness is a former candidate for the United States Senate from Louisiana, and a retired Colonel with a record of service to the nation of more than 32 years. He is currently the owner of Iron Liberty Group, and Chairman of GatorPAC, a group that works to educate political activists on effective ways to … Continue reading The American Chronicles – Ep. 027 – Col. Rob Maness of GatorPAC

Fidel Castro is Finally Dead


Let's not mince words: Fidel Castro was a demon sent forth from hell to enslave and murder the people of Cuba. He was always a force of evil, without any redeeming qualities. And yet, even though he has finally been removed from existence, his legacy - in the shape of his brother, and the government … Continue reading Fidel Castro is Finally Dead

Remembering Hiroshima – August 6, 1945


On this day in 1945, the United States of America brought the most devastating conflict the world had ever known to a quicker end. Via History: On this day in 1945, at 8:16 a.m. Japanese time, an American B-29 bomber, the Enola Gay, drops the world’s first atom bomb, over the city of Hiroshima. Approximately 80,000 people … Continue reading Remembering Hiroshima – August 6, 1945

Why Brexit Matters


On Thursday, British voters chose the uncertainty of independence over the certainty of bureaucratic morass, the vigor of self-reliance over the sluggishness of dependency, and risk of prosperity over the security of stagnation when they decided to leave the European Union. The “Brexit” victory offers Britain, Europe and the global economy a chance to redefine the global landscape, realistically assess whether governments … Continue reading Why Brexit Matters

Moral Relativism Feeds Jihad and Helps Radicalize Islam


The work of Americans of good conscience - who also happen to be adherents of the Muslim faith - people like Asra Q. Nomani, Dr. Zuhdi Jasser, Ayaan Hirsi Ali and M.J. Khan is being undermined not only by the bloody violence of radical Islam, but of the failure of Western institutions to recognize and address the … Continue reading Moral Relativism Feeds Jihad and Helps Radicalize Islam

Ben Rhodes, Iranian Nukes and Presidential Lies


It’s For Your Own Good Elected on a wave of goodwill, hope and change, the Obama administration sought out opportunities to not only “fundamentally transform America,” but to “restore America’s standing in the world.” These efforts included changes to the ways the administration addressed both allies and enemies alike. High up on the Obama regime’s … Continue reading Ben Rhodes, Iranian Nukes and Presidential Lies

A State of Clarity


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

Scoring the GOP Debates – Round 11 – Detroit, MI


  My personal assessment of the GOP debate - Main Event: Talking times via NPR news Ted Cruz  (Talking time - 17:04) Was. On. Fire. Very strong attacks on Trump's positions and record. Had the best line of the night when he said that "Donald has a tenuous relationship with the truth." Great takes on pointing out … Continue reading Scoring the GOP Debates – Round 11 – Detroit, MI

Scoring the GOP Debates – Round 10 – Houston, TX


My personal assessment of the GOP debate - Main Event: The Knockdown in H-Town This assessment will be a bit different from previous debate scorecards. It is clear now that the contest is a 3-man race; Cruz, Rubio and Trump. Governor Kasich and Dr. Carson are essentially non-entities merely taking up stage space, so for the purposes … Continue reading Scoring the GOP Debates – Round 10 – Houston, TX

A Winning Ticket for the GOP Presidential Nomination


America faces a serious choice in 2016. The question is a simple one. Do we continue or expand upon the policies of Barack Obama, or do we make a decisive choice to step away from the abyss and back into the light of freedom and justice by renewing the promise of a new American century? … Continue reading A Winning Ticket for the GOP Presidential Nomination

Scoring the GOP Debates – Round 9 – Greenville, SC


My personal assessment of the GOP debate - Main Event: First and foremost; having only 6 candidates on stage really opened up the debate. Without the unnecessary distractions of has-been, wannabe candidates crowding the stage and chewing up valuable time, the remaining field was able to engage the issues and each other; which is what led … Continue reading Scoring the GOP Debates – Round 9 – Greenville, SC

Scoring the GOP Debates – Round 8 – Manchester, NH


My personal assessment of the GOP debate - Main Event: Talking times via NPR news & Betsy Woodruff First of all, the opening introduction of the candidates by the ABC News moderators was badly - badly - bungled. Candidates either didn't hear their names being called, or they were being called out-of-order, and so they came … Continue reading Scoring the GOP Debates – Round 8 – Manchester, NH

Celebrating Reagan


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

Scoring the GOP Debates – Round 7 – Des Moines, IA


My personal assessment of the GOP debate - Main Event: Marco Rubio did extremely well as the winner of the debate. His very good answers on a range of issues; Hillary Clinton's complete lack of qualifications for the presidency, immigration, and rational foreign policy served to distinguish him from the lower tier of competition. His statement that Iran's leaders want to hold America … Continue reading Scoring the GOP Debates – Round 7 – Des Moines, IA

The American Chronicles – Jan. 25, 2016 – Film Review: 13 Hours: The Secret Soldiers of Benghazi


  A discussion of the recently released film, 13 Hours: The Secret Soldiers of Benghazi. The film portrays the events surrounding the attacks on the State Department diplomatic facility and CIA Annex compound in Benghazi, Libya on September 11, 2012, just prior to the presidential election in November. While the Obama regime, led by Barack Obama … Continue reading The American Chronicles – Jan. 25, 2016 – Film Review: 13 Hours: The Secret Soldiers of Benghazi

Scoring the GOP Debates – Round 6 – N. Charleston, SC


My personal assessment of the GOP debate - Main Event: Ted Cruz did extremely well, with a bit of an uneven performance. While he has become the candidate best positioned to represent the Conservative / Liberty / Tea Party elements of the party, and is a darling of the evangelical wing, his ability to counter Rubio, while keeping Trump at bay … Continue reading Scoring the GOP Debates – Round 6 – N. Charleston, SC

Scoring the GOP Debates – Round 5 – Las Vegas


My personal assessment of the GOP debate - Main Event: Ted Cruz did extremely well. He has positioned himself as the tea party outsider and evangelical favorite, countering Rubio, who is now atop the polls of establishment favorites. His confrontation with Rubio on immigration, data sweeps by intelligence agencies and regime change in the Middle East, set the stage for the debate Conservatives … Continue reading Scoring the GOP Debates – Round 5 – Las Vegas

The Jihadi Next Door


Radical Islamic jihadists Tashfeen Malik and Syed Rizwan Farook were armed with enough lethal weaponry, bombs and ammunition to kill scores more than the 14 they murdered at a conference center in San Bernardino, California. The initial, knee-jerk reaction from those on the Left was to once again blame the prevalence of firearms - the "gun crisis" … Continue reading The Jihadi Next Door

The Threat to Us All: Islamic Jihad


Yes, we must stand with Paris, with France, with all the civilized world opposed to the nihilistic, bloody violence spewed from the mouths and weapons of those who wish to watch the world suffer and burn. But with the ISIS attacks in Paris barely finished with their carnage, leaving at least 130 dead, and numerous … Continue reading The Threat to Us All: Islamic Jihad

Four Things We Learned From Hillary’s Benghazi Testimony


Hillary lied about the cause and nature of the attack: Hillary repeatedly offered misleading or outright false testimony. She lied in 2012 when she claimed publicly that the Benghazi attack was the result of an "offensive video", but privately told her family and associates that the attack was a terrorist strike carried out "by an … Continue reading Four Things We Learned From Hillary’s Benghazi Testimony

Letter to Benjamin Netanyahu


Dear Prime Minister Netanyahu, On the occasion of your birthday, I wanted to send you greetings and well wishes. I pray your day is filled with immense joy and that you are surrounded by family and friends. Yom Huledet Sameach! As an American, I take great pride in the special friendship the United States of … Continue reading Letter to Benjamin Netanyahu