The Hollow Man


Why are we so surprised? When a pattern has been firmly established, and has a documented history, there need be no reason for astonishment. When considering the modus operandi of the current President, one should automatically assume a short expiration date on anything said aloud, written or implied. The Heritage Foundation has a great piece on … Continue reading The Hollow Man

Detroit Sacrificed on the Altar of Leftism


In honor of Motown, in remembrance of Detroit: You lost that lovin' feeling, Whoa, that lovin' feeling, You've lost that lovin' feeling, Now it's gone, gone, gone... (The Righteous Brothers - You've Lost That Loving Feeling) The city of Detroit, once the epicenter of commerce for the United States, the manufacturing hub of the world, and … Continue reading Detroit Sacrificed on the Altar of Leftism

The Lying Liar Lies and Lied


I find myself so very tempted to discuss the nature of flies. To discuss that which draws their attention. To discuss that about which they buzz. But I won't, because to describe the President of the United States of America, Barack Hussein Obama II as a significant quantity of that which emerges from the south end of a … Continue reading The Lying Liar Lies and Lied

The Battle Is Lost – The War Endures


Do not go gentle into that good night... Rage, rage against the dying of the light.‎ Do Not Go Gentle Into That Good Night - Dylan Thomas Disaster. Tragedy. Catastrophe. Pick a metaphor. The 2012 election is over, and Barack Obama has defeated Mitt Romney, and been re-elected to the presidency. Worse still, Democrats made gains … Continue reading The Battle Is Lost – The War Endures

Bankrupting The Future


Is it any surprise that our future is looking bleaker with each passing day? Our economy has devolved into a morass of spending and Liberals / Democrats attempt to fill the gaps by raising taxes, taking more and more money from citizens. In a very real sense, we have come to the point where we … Continue reading Bankrupting The Future

Change Is Coming


While the polls ebb and flow and some days Governor Mitt Romney is up, and some days, President Obama climbs, I’ve started to get an increasingly positive feeling that Romney will be elected to the presidency. With his performance in the recent debates (buoyed especially by VP nominee Paul Ryan debating Joe Biden), Romney has … Continue reading Change Is Coming

Lying To Save His Skin


  Last night in the second of the three Presidential Debates, Gov. Mitt Romney made a tactical mistake. In the course of questioning, moderator Candy Crowley brought up the subject of the attack on the American embassy in Benghazi, Libya, which resulted in the deaths of Ambassador Chris Stevens and 3 members of his staff. … Continue reading Lying To Save His Skin

Chief Justice Roberts Hands the Left a Pyrrhic Victory


On Thursday, June 28, 2012 at approximately 9:08 AM (CST) elation ruled on the Right. Initial reaction (news and online) to the Supreme Court (SCOTUS) decision on the Obama Administration's Affordable Care Act (ACA) - better known as "Obamacare" indicated that the Individual Mandate, the critical, central part of the legislation, without which Obamacare does … Continue reading Chief Justice Roberts Hands the Left a Pyrrhic Victory

Tidbits – February 16, 2012


Thinking about the despicable attack on the Catholic Church by the Obama Regime, I'm disappointed to see so many liberals (some of whom I know personally) who in the past would scream that the Constitution advocates "separation of church and state" (it doesn't), yet have no problem whatsoever with government interference in church doctrine, and … Continue reading Tidbits – February 16, 2012

CPAC 2012 in Review


Conservatives are fired up. While the mainstream (lamestream) media insists that Republicans are "in disarray" and that morale is down as they battle through a tough primary fight for the Presidential nomination, nothing could be further from the truth. The thing that unites all Republicans and allows them to set many of their differences aside … Continue reading CPAC 2012 in Review

Why Santorum Won


Rick Santorum, former Senator from Pennsylvania, had won only one of the contests thus far in the 2012 Republican Primary season - Iowa - and that only after the contest had been over for a week, and initially called for Mitt Romney. Trailing Romney, Newt Gingrich and even at some points, Ron Paul in delegates … Continue reading Why Santorum Won