Americans are cynical about Congress. Approval ratings are in the basement at 15.2 percent according to RealClearPolitics. We see congress like a bad TV show being acted before our eyes, with the real purpose to only sell us one more show to watch. It’s like the fake freak shows at county fairs, or the ring… [Read More]
The GOPe has already handed Iran $100 billion, and they’re not even ashamed. And Sen. Ted Cruz has proved once again that it’s not easy being right–and alone.
Over a year’s time, from October 1934 to the following October, the Chinese Red Army undertook “The Long March”—a grueling 6,000 mile circling retreat from the Nationalist forces of Chiang Kai-shek. During that year, the Red Army suffered nearly 90 percent losses, crossing 18 mountain ranges and 24 rivers to arrive at its new base… [Read More]
I have become a one issue voter. It’s not because I don’t care about the federal deficit, or the crushing weight of student loan debt, or Iran obtaining nuclear weapons. Those things matter. But they matter less than our government actively participating in the abhorrent and evil trade of dead baby flesh.
With the first enhanced majority—as Newt Gingrich called it—in the House and Senate, we in the rank-and-file GOP are being treated to the skilled governing of our leadership team, Sen. Mitch McConnell and Speaker John Boehner. Gingrich waxes poetic about Boehner’s ability to govern. The process of governing itself isn’t enough, however. Liberals governed for decades,… [Read More]
The Obama-worshipping sycophantic media always presumes his motives are pure and conservatives are crass and evil. And they just keep proving it over and over again. The New Yorker penned this piece titled “A Calculated Risk” which lays the blame for Iran’s nuclear ambitions on Henry Kissinger and Brent Scowcroft. No kidding.
Rep Justin Amash has some ‘splaining to do.