Democrats Sacrifice Children to Moloch

With a ruling striking down reasonable restrictions on abortion in Texas, the Supreme Court signaled that the wholesale slaughter of the unborn may resume unabated. In a dramatic ruling that seemed specifically designed and intended to deter other states from passing laws to restrict or limit abortion, the 5-3 ruling (the 4 leftist Justices joined by former moderate Justice … Continue reading Democrats Sacrifice Children to Moloch

From The Lower Depths

The descent into madness. "The lower classes have slowly and steadily become more crass, craven and uncultured. They are uninhibited in their depredations, they revel and delight in violence and cruelty, and find their entertainment in demeaning and destroying their fellow man. This is limited not only to any one of the other races of … Continue reading From The Lower Depths

Reagan To The Rescue

On July 17, 1980, at the Republican National Convention in Detroit, Ronald Reagan accepted the Republican Presidential nomination. Today, the 35th anniversary of that occasion is a fitting opportunity to watch the speech and read the transcript of his address to the delegates of that convention. Reagan's election to the presidency changed the direction of America, putting … Continue reading Reagan To The Rescue

Conservatism Must Not Cower

    Senator Ted Cruz's announcement that he is running for president ignited a panic on the Left, and a firestorm on the Right. While Leftists everywhere curled into the fetal position, fearfully hoping that Cruz would just go away, many of those on the right began a battle of words that spread across the … Continue reading Conservatism Must Not Cower

The Freedom Trio

In honor of May Day, a salute to those who gave so much for the cause of freedom, leading humanity toward a brighter future of freedom and liberty. Ronald Reagan - February 6, 1911 – June 5, 2004 Pope Saint John Paul II (Karol Józef Wojtyła) - 18 May 1920 – 2 April 2005 Margaret Thatcher - 13 October 1925 – … Continue reading The Freedom Trio

Lower the Minimum Wage to $0.00

It was unsurprising but disappointing to encounter an article entitled "Raising Minimum Wage: An Issue of Maximum Importance" in the March 6, 2014 edition of the University of St. Thomas student newspaper, The Summa. Given the target audience, one could hazard a guess that few university students could find fault with the author's trite and threadbare conclusions, especially such gems … Continue reading Lower the Minimum Wage to $0.00

The Party of Freedom and Liberty Since 1865

On this day in 1865, the adoption of the 13th Amendment, (the first of the Reconstruction amendments) which abolished slavery in America, is proclaimed by the Republican Party. Via Wikipedia: The Thirteenth Amendment to the United States Constitution abolished slavery and involuntary servitude, except as punishment for a crime. It was passed by the Senate on … Continue reading The Party of Freedom and Liberty Since 1865

240 Years Ago Today: The Boston Tea Party

From Wikipedia: "The Boston Tea Party was a nonviolent political protest by the Sons of Liberty in Boston, on December 16, 1773. Disguised as Indians, the demonstrators destroyed the entire supply of tea sent by the East India Company in defiance of the American boycott of tea carrying a tax the Americans had not authorized. They boarded the ships and threw the chests of … Continue reading 240 Years Ago Today: The Boston Tea Party

Word Of The Day: Megalomania

meg·a·lo·ma·nia noun \ˌme-gə-lō-ˈmā-nē-ə, -nyə\ : a condition or mental illness that causes people to think that they have great or unlimited power or importance. 1:  a mania for great or grandiose performance 2:  a delusional mental disorder that is marked by feelings of personal omnipotence and grandeur We are led by a man convinced (in spite … Continue reading Word Of The Day: Megalomania

Diplomacy As Farce

President Obama's efforts to resolve the stalemate with Iran have yet to produce concrete results, so when Secretary of State Kerry emerged with a deal late on the night of 11/23/13, it was hailed as a major breakthrough. Looking through the details, however, the deal amounts to unilateral surrender by the west and America. Even our … Continue reading Diplomacy As Farce

George Washington’s Thanksgiving Proclamation

President George Washington  -  Thanksgiving Proclamation  -  City of New York, October 3, 1789 Whereas it is the duty of all Nations to acknowledge the providence of Almighty God, to obey his will, to be grateful for his benefits, and humbly to implore his protection and favor, and Whereas both Houses of Congress have by … Continue reading George Washington’s Thanksgiving Proclamation

Like Disowning Your Most Beloved Child

Obamacare was once a mark of pride for the Democrat party. Something they celebrated. Something that defined their party's ideals and principles. Healthcare was to be a right, not a privilege (never mind that in so doing, you automatically decree that healthcare providers become . Obamacare was a campaign talking point. So much so, that … Continue reading Like Disowning Your Most Beloved Child

Thank You, President Obama

Republicans have been kind of ridiculous recently. We were crazy to try and defund Obamacare when clearly, it was going to work in every way possible, and contributed to the government shutdown that lasted over two weeks. The time has come to move past all the rancor and partisanship, and it's time we showed some … Continue reading Thank You, President Obama

Liar. Period. End of story.

For puropses of this argument, we will limit the examination of President Obama's deceitfulness to Obamacare. Very little that Obama promised with regard to the Affordable Care Act has been proven true. In fact, to the contrary, Obama's assurances that Obamacare would lower premiums and deductibles have resulted in the exact opposite outcome. Obamacare cannot and will not reduce the deficit … Continue reading Liar. Period. End of story.

Let’s Fix What’s Broken

Let's put politics aside for a moment. Forget about Senator Ted Cruz, the Tea Party, the House Republicans and Senate Democrats. Let us instead use rational, empirical argument tolook at the current situation. By every objective analysis, Obamacare is flawed. In many ways, it is deeply flawed. It's not perfect by any measure; even President Obama says so. Any honest assessment … Continue reading Let’s Fix What’s Broken

Obamacare = Fail

Let's put Fox News aside. CBS news (not known for right-wing vitriol) reports that the Obamacare website launch is 'Nothing Short of Disastrous': From across the pond, in Obama-loving Europe, the failures have quickly become evident: Even Wolf Blitzer sees that the Obamacare train is wrecking in the most spectacular fashion possible: Finally, … Continue reading Obamacare = Fail

A Familiar, Frightening Face

The attack by al-Shabab on the Westgate mall in Kenya should not have come as a surprise to those charged with preventing such atrocities. On September 21, gunmen linked with the terrorist group al-Shabab attacked the upscale Westgate shopping mall in Nairobi, Kenya. The attack, which lasted three days, and which appears to be strongly motivated by militant … Continue reading A Familiar, Frightening Face

It’s #HarryReidsShutdown

A statement released today by Senator Ted Cruz provides a succinct overview of the ongoing, intentional and malicious damage and harm wrought by the shutdown of the Federal Government by Senator Harry Reid and the Senate Democrats, and subsequent intransigence of President Obama and his administration - damage that Congrssional Republicans tried valiantly and desperately to avoid: Cruz: Reid and Obama Trying … Continue reading It’s #HarryReidsShutdown

Official Poem of the #ObamaShutdown

The Solution After the uprising of the 17th June The Secretary of the Writers Union Had leaflets distributed in the Stalinallee Stating that the people Had forfeited the confidence of the government And could win it back only By redoubled efforts. Would it not be easier In that case for the government To dissolve the … Continue reading Official Poem of the #ObamaShutdown

Republicans Are The Problem

Where was John Cornyn? That was the question I asked myself over and over again the night of the 21 hour floor speech by Senator Ted Cruz in opposition to Obamacare. Senators Mike Lee, Marco Rubio, Mike Enzi, Jeff Sessions, Rand Paul, Jim Inhofe, Pat Roberts and David Vitter all lent their support and help … Continue reading Republicans Are The Problem

The People Suffer While Their Leaders Fail

Harvard economist Richard Freeman: "If the economy were growing enough or unions were stronger, it would be possible for the less educated to do better and for the lower income to improve. But in our current world, where we are still adjusting to globalization, that is not very likely to happen." The "current world", i.e., … Continue reading The People Suffer While Their Leaders Fail

The KGB Chief Outsmarts the Chicago Community Organizer

"Gov. Romney, I'm glad that you recognize that Al-Qaeda is a threat, because a few months ago when you were asked what's the biggest geopolitical threat facing America, you said Russia, not Al-Qaeda. You said Russia ... the 1980s, they're now calling to ask for their foreign policy back because, you know, the Cold War's … Continue reading The KGB Chief Outsmarts the Chicago Community Organizer

Historical Precedent for Failure

President Obama has inevitably seen both his popularity and reputation decline, as his inept, and badly bungled policies and initiatives create and exacerbate problems both foreign and domestic. It would be entirely reasonable for someone who takes a serious and critical look at current events to conclude the following: “The president lives in the world of make-believe where … Continue reading Historical Precedent for Failure

Remembering September 11, 2001

From Bill Bennett: On Tuesday, September 11, 2001, nineteen al-Qaeda terrorists, mostly from Saudi Arabia, hijacked four commercial jetliners and turned them into flying bombs. Two of the hijacked planes slammed into the 110-story twin towers of the World Trade Center in New York City. Americans watched their TV screens in horror as the two … Continue reading Remembering September 11, 2001

Blind-sided On the Road to Damascus

After campaigning against the "misguided" war in Iraq during his first run for the presidency in 2008, prematurely ending the war in Afghanistan, and involving itself in a muddled, inconclusive conflict in Libya, the Obama administration now seeks Congressional authorization to begin military operations on behalf of the Al Qaeda and Al-Nusra Front allied Syrian rebels against Bashar al-Assad. With no … Continue reading Blind-sided On the Road to Damascus

Tainting The Legacy

from the Washington Examiner: Sen. Tim Scott, R.-S.C., the only African American serving in the United States Senate, wasn't invited to the event commemorating the 50th anniversary of Martin Luther King's march on Washington, though a host of Democratic luminaries spoke on the steps of the Lincoln Memorial. “Senator Scott was not invited to speak … Continue reading Tainting The Legacy

True The Vote Proves Voter Fraud is Real and Widespread

Houston's own True The Vote, a locally-based Election Integrity support group with national reach recently published findings which illustrate the clear and real danger presented by voter fraud. Please lend them your support.   (via TrueTheVote) How Widespread is Voter Fraud? | 2012 Facts & Figures Here are the facts: To date, 46 states have prosecuted or convicted cases of … Continue reading True The Vote Proves Voter Fraud is Real and Widespread