The Hypocrisy of Liberal “Diversity”

The Hypocrisy of Liberal “Diversity”

WHO ARE THE “BIGOTS AND PHOBICS?” by Bob Russell, ©2019 (Mar. 28, 2019) — “Diversity” is a word liberals like to toss around to make themselves feel superior to others but it only creates a legend in their own minds, if one can call what they have a mind.  Liberals like to set the terms […]

Trump Protesters

Trump Protesters

ARTICLE REFERENCED:  “DEATH-TO-AMERICA PROTESTS SPREAD FROM BERKELEY TO TEHRAN” by James Meletiou, ©2017 (Feb. 13, 2017) — So, liberals are protesting Trump in California, while at the same time, Iranians are protesting Trump on the other side of the world! What does this mean? Are American liberals and Iranian conservatives coming into agreement? Is one […]

It’s All Over but the Sad Singing and Slow Walking!

It’s All Over but the Sad Singing and Slow Walking!

“VARYING DEGREES OF SOCIALISM” by Michael Gaddy, ©2016 (Dec. 22, 2016) — “Hypocrisy can afford to be magnificent in its promises, for never intending to go beyond promise, it costs nothing.” ~ Sir Edmund Burke It does not take any great level of discernment to understand the great experiment in Liberty brought forth by those […]

What A Difference Eight Years Makes

What A Difference Eight Years Makes

HOW AN UNPRECEDENTED POLITICAL MOVEMENT WAS BORN by Jeff Crouere, ©2016 (Nov. 11, 2016) — In November of 2008, the American conservative movement was rocked by the overwhelming victory of Barack Obama as the nation’s 44th President. In that election, Obama was not bashful about his plans. He was the epitome of a liberal, calling for […]

Our Imperial Presidency

Our Imperial Presidency

“AN ELECTED KING” by Michael Gaddy, ©2016, blogging at The Rebel Madman (Mar. 17, 2016) — “When the president does it, that means it’s not illegal.” — Richard Nixon I certainly did not realize what would be the extent of time spent researching for my future class on: who were the five best and who […]

True Caring, Compassion and Social Justice

A FORMER DEMOCRATIC JEW REFLECTS ON OUR POLITICS OF CARING AND COMPASSION by Howard Sachs, MD, ©2012 (Sep. 8, 2012) — I’m part of a minority within a minority: a Jewish Republican who volunteers for the Jewish Republican Coalition and Republican Party. I know Jews take pride in being socially conscious and compassionate. However, I […]

The Real 2010 Massachusetts Message?

POLITICS AFTER THE TEA PARTIERS CAPTURED THE “KENNEDY SEAT” Editorial by JB Williams (Jan. 25, 2010) — In the days following the Tea Party victory and the overturning of a long-time Democrat-held senate seat, in the bluest voting district in America if you can imagine, I received several calls from radio shows asking for my […]

Basic American Principles

ON PRINCIPLES, PURPOSES AND RIGHTS by Rep. Susan Lynn Principles are important – without them we get off track and lose our way. Many believe that our federal government has lost its way while others just don’t understand why so many object to the “change” taking place today. Let’s look at some of the foundational […]