The Mythologies of Government

Let’s consider three themes that have gotten lost in the clamor over the election results. […]

The Fiscal Cliff and the Trade Deficit

Why should anyone care about trade or federal deficits? Because there’s no such thing as a free lunch. […]

The War on Equality

Once again, Michigan is ground zero in the battle for fair and equal treatment. I have faith that the nation’s highest court will side with over 2.1 million Michigan voters and overturn a eight judges who chose to play politics from the bench. In Jun… […]

Did the U.S. Constitution Promise a Chicken in Every Pot?

This is a continuing discussion brought about by reading Glenn Beck’s book Original Argument. The Federalist Papers that deal with finances is quite amusing to say the least. Let’s open for discussion the idea of national debt. The Founding Fathers were… […]

My Foolish Fellow Americans Lost Again

When Obama successfully stole a second election, my worst nightmare came true.… when Obama stole a second election through blatant fraud, my foolish and spineless fellow Americans did exactly that, nothing. […]

The End Of The Karl Rove Death Grip Signals A Reagan Renaissance

Many of the same Mandarins that delivered a stagnant economy to President(s) Bush had a hand, directly or indirectly, in misguiding McCain, and then Romney, to resounding defeat. This catastrophic performance may discredit, permanently, Karl Rove an… […]

Like Fudge on Rice

Last Friday, Ohio Congresswoman Marcia Fudge made a most demagogic debut as the newly elected Chair of the Congressional Black Caucus. During a press conference, the three-term Democrat from the Buckeye state’s 11th District criticized Senator John McCa… […]

Petraeus: Terrorists Perpetrated the Attack on Benghazi Consulate

Democrats said Petraeus made it clear the change was not made for political reasons during President Barack Obama’s reelection campaign, but critics believe that’s exactly what had happened. […]

Happy Thanksgiving, Merry Christmas

No matter what strong turmoil, successes, or convictions we are personally experiencing, we must always hold and defend our own sacred realm of religious beliefs against any forced intervention. […]

I Am Not Stoned: Sobering Realities For Taxpayers On The Road To Legalizing Marijuana

Trying to defy the feds over pot unleashes legal, administrative, and law enforcement chaos – and almost nobody is trying to safeguard the taxpayer in the midst of it all. Pot fans got what they wanted in Colorado: they finally convinced voters th… […]

How to Rebuild a Free Society (in Case the Republicans Truly Want to Know)

The young people who will bear the burden of our collapsing economy and wear the chains of a new servility vigorously advanced their own demise on November 6. Most of the announced options for saving them from themselves are mere fantasy. There remain… […]

Duly Noted – After the Choice a New Chance to Return the Merchandise

Preparing for the coming election. Understandably, America’s election, lost by the Republicans, owns the front pages. The volume of the coverage suggests that all has been said about the event. However, by looking beyond the “immediate trauma”,… […]

Benghazi Betrayal May be a Cover-Up of American Weapons in Hands of Terrorists

In a scandal looking more and more like Fast and Furious, information is coming out revealing what may be the real reason why the Obama administration refused to provide military support to save Americans in Benghazi. Obama was terrified the public woul… […]

Don’t Give Up

It was a rough and bitterly disappointing week for conservatives with the re-election of Barack Obama. After all, many conservatives had reason to believe that Mitt Romney would be in 2012 what Ronald Reagan was in 1980. Instead Romney ended up with few… […]

Obama Wins: Whither America?

It’s been a week since the election and I am still shell-shocked. Alas, I bought into the hyperbole that Dick Morris and other right-leaning pundits were spewing – namely, that Romney was going to win, if not convincingly then at least comfortably. In r… […]

Why Blue vs. Red Has Become Blue vs. Gray: The Agrarian’s Fight to Keep Family and Faith Alive

Last week’s presidential election was devastating to people who love God and their children… but its true meaning continues to elude the talking and scribbling classes. […]

Obama Likely Won Re-Election Through Election Fraud

Counties in swing states had more registered voters than were eligible to register. Obama amazingly won numerous districts in swing states by 100%. 70% fewer overseas military were able to request absentee ballots [in swing states] than in 2008, transla… […]

Moderate Romney Fails To Deliver For GOP

So, how’s that whole, “Let’s nominate the next in line, moderate, GOP establishment candidate” working out? Answer: Not good. Not good at all. You know, sooner or later you cranky Republicans pulling the levers and switches of the party are going to… […]

Score One For The Kids: Washington and Georgia Produce An Election Night Highlight

You’ve probably seen the post-election headlines: private sector employers in the U.S. have begun slashing jobs, attributing their economic hardship to President Obama’s healthcare and environmental policies. But did you hear how some Americans actual… […]

Education Can’t Compete with Yard Signs, Robot Calls and Solicitations

Without a serious plan to reach students and challenge them through an educational campaign instead of robot calls by robots and yard signs and rallies with the same stump speeches repeated a hundred times, can we hope to make progress by 2016. […]


The government obviously wasn’t prepared to handle this situation; this was out of their league, why? This is an unacceptable (F) grade, “a total failure”. This past storm called “Sandy” has proven one thing; we are a vulnerable Nation, full of incom… […]

It is not too Early for Conservatives…

Where is it written that only moderates can win national elections, while Democrats are free to embrace their leftist fringe candidates? […]

Risky Election Post Mortem

Tuesday was indeed a sad day. But the greatest danger we now face is from within the Republican Party itself. The forces of “moderation” (read: liberalism with a Republican face) are hard at work to exploit this unfortunate circumstance to move the par… […]

How I Called the Election and Where we go From Here

Many conservatives probably knew better in their hearts than to predict a Romney win, but just couldn’t come to terms with the depressing reality of a second Obama term. I have never been so unhappy to be right. I’ve long said that Barack Obama woul… […]

America’s Toughest Sheriff Victorious on Election Day

Arpaio’s no-nonsense brand of law enforcement and penology won him admirers and supporters in and outside Arizona, especially conservatives. Indestructible! That’s the word supporters use to describe Maricopa County, Arizona, Sheriff Joe Arpaio whom… […]

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