Open Letter: Donald Trump, Jorge Ramos-Activist, and Liberal Media’s Agenda

My local newspaper, The Virginian-Pilot, had this article on page 2, August 30, 2015: "Jorge Ramos had it right: Media need to hold Trump's feet to the fire" The brief bio at the end of the article notes Ms. Schultz "is a Pulitzer Prize-winning columnist and an essayist for Parade magazine." The direct link to ... Read More
MS13 armed

7th Circuit Says MS13 Can Pack Heat

The Second Amendment to the Constitution of the United States reads as follows: "A well regulated Militia, being necessary to the security of a free State, the right of the people ...of Afghanistan Albania Algeria Andorra Angola Antigua and Barbuda Argentina Armenia Australia Austria Azerbaijan Bahamas Bahrain Bangladesh Barbados Belarus Belgium Belize Benin Bhutan Bolivia ... Read More

Here Come the Environmental Police

Here is a new ad pointing out the effects of President Obama's new rules on Ozone standards ... Read More

Weighing Anchor (babies)

The "anchor baby" portion of the "immigration" debate generates a few op-eds here and there, and lots and lots of soundbites, 2 1/2 minute interviews, 140-character tweets and so forth. But practically nil is a substantive "debate" on the issue. The following is a poor substitute, and shamelessly manufactured, and admittedly sophomoric and un-credentialed. But ... Read More

Trumpaphobia: Missing the Story of the Trump Campaign

Last week Donald Trump was on the cover of Time Magazine holding a Bald Eagle. This is the same magazine that published pictures of John McCain looking like a psychotic scientist in a horror movie. Clearly Trump has something that other Republicans don't that compels the media to treat him with respect instead of contempt ... Read More

Coordination Between Governors, the Obama White House and the Tom Steyer-“Founded and Funded” Network of Advocacy Groups to Advance the “Climate” Agenda

A new report by the the Energy & Environment Legal Institute (E&E Legal), a 501 (c) (3) watchdog group, entitled Private Interests & Public Office: Coordination Between Governors, the Obama White House and the Tom Steyer-“Founded and Funded” Network of Advocacy Groups to Advance the “Climate” Agenda (and an appendix of source documents), reveals a vast, coordinated, three-track effort ... Read More

U.S. House Democrats with a (R) after their name

This is a follow up to a post about keeping score on all of the elected in the U.S. Senate that have a (R) after their name. There are only 15 U.S. House members who are Democrats with a (R) after their name. This is two less than in the U.S. Senate. However, there are ... Read More

In Which Ben Domenech Asks If We Will Stop Beating Our Wives

This is a disgusting article. Please read it. And for an excellent summation of the phenomenon exemplified by this article, see this post at UP.  It seems that our betters these days are on a Kraken-like crusade to, if not silence the malcontents, at least publicly brand them with every vile character trait they can ... Read More
Trump with Make America Great Again white hat and 757 jet

Will Donald Trump Adopt This Easy 3-Part Victory-Ensuring Strategy?

It Both Increases Voter Turnout and Transforms the GOP. Donald Trump probably already has thought of all that follows.  He’s a billionaire.  He’s very smart.  He hires smart people to help him.  Me?  Just an attorney and former Army Intelligence officer with some relevant experience, common sense and strategic thinking.  And some success in precinct-level ... Read More

The Souls of the Establishment, A Morality Tale of Self-Destruction

"The Souls of Black Folk" was a classic study by W E B DuBois, 1903. Recommended. The title just seemed to fit here. First, like a true 14tn Century French bishop, Erick Erickson donned his mitre and scepter and preached a homily of good will while one of his dungeon denizens, Friar Kneepants, mocked Sarah ... Read More

Sheldon Adelson’s Blatant Hypocrisy

It's no secret that Las Vegas billionaire Sheldon Adelson has opened up his wallet to try to buy legislation in Washington that would rollback state's rights by outlawing the ability of states to legalize Internet gaming.  In a classic case of "Bootleggers and Baptists," the casino owner has teamed up with some religious conservative groups ... Read More

New Zealand Hobbits and Successful Reformers

Hobbits is included in the title for a couple of reasons. One is that the movie location for the Lord of the Rings was in New Zealand, and the other reason is a segue for suggesting a great article describing how to get the Republican Party reformed. Until the mid 1980's New Zealand had experienced ... Read More
To the stars!

Our Children’s Keeper

I have been reading Mark Levin's new work, Plunder and Deceit (for Kindle). This reaction is a cri du coeur, a cry from the heart, from a soul plunged almost into despair and teetering at the edge. You know what grownups do? They take care of children. Biologically speaking, that is the most important role ... Read More
Al Gore says "pull my finger. I'm super cereal."

Al Gore is Super-Cereal About Recounting Ballots, Again

Bloom County is back, complaining that Bush vs. Clinton is in the cards again just like the last time Bloom County was a real live newspaper cartoon strip. And now who has appeared from the shadows, err, the forest primeval but the ManBearPig himself, the Al Gore of a million ecstatic Gaia-worshipper dreams and 400 ... Read More
Gina McCarthy

Could You Repeat That, Ms. McCarthy? Louder, Please.

EPA administrator Gina McCarthy just made a startling admission in the midst of the turmoil over the toxic spill in the Animas river out in New Mexico, caused by the bumbling incompetency of an agency that is in over it's head in so many areas. In an attempt to soothe anger and deflect attention from ... Read More

Taking Offense

To say that one is offended is to say that one has no choice in the matter. That the process of entering into a state of offense just happens, that one is a piece of fluff blown on the wind. An animal could be offended. A vegetable or microbe could be offended. The phrase "to take ... Read More