Wouldn’t a Second Political Party Be Nice, Franklin Graham?

With Republicans in control of both the House and Senate, the expectancy of civilized, ethical Americans was that Congress would eliminate funding for the abominable child-murdering organization Planned Parenthood in 2016. Some members in the GOP threatened to shut down the government if that wasn’t done. Rather than shutting off the unconstitutional spigot of federal funding to a private sector organization that sells infant baby parts to the highest bidder, Planned Parenthood was given Read more […]

Tom Tancredo Quits GOP; Should You?

Is former Congressman Tom Tancredo setting an example for us? By now you have all probably seen his editorial at Breitbart.com. Tom Tancredo begins: In a panel discussion at the University of Colorado after the recent Republican debate, I was asked by a student why she should be a Republican. The question forced me to ask myself the same thing. I gave the young woman the standard talking points–that Republicans believe in smaller government, individual rights, fiscal responsibility, and free Read more […]

Do Republican Voters Want More War?

The Media’s favorite candidates who want more war are not doing well in the polls, but outsiders who are far less militaristic are leading. Justin Raimondo has written in defense of the American Right, but the editor of Anti-War.com is not really a conservative politically or ethically. Still, his analysis of the Republican debate on CNN presents interesting evidence of what the voters care about. He writes, Both Trump and Carson – the two frontrunners, mind you – are straying from neoconservative Read more […]

Voters Hate the Dynasty: GOP Needs to Dump Bush

The Bush/Clinton dynasty is turning away voters, especially Republicans. Why is the RNC committing suicide? I just saw this brief video embedded in a Washington Post column: As you can hopefully see, the video was produced and posted by the Donald Trump campaign. I’m no fan of Donald Trump but if no one else will use such obvious material, and if Jeb Bush is stupid enough to provide such material, then the Bushians are going to need to assassinate him or frame him for a crime (hopefully Read more […]

Republican Leaders Are not Leading Much with Trump Around

Donald Trump did not damage the GOP but represents the damage done by Republican leaders. Every time the first symptom of a man’s folly appears, he strongly condemns it as a miscreant who came in uninvited and as an alien to everything he stands for. In other words, stop telling me how Donald Trump is damaging the Republican Party. The fever is not the cause of the infection. At the Weekly Standard, Fred Barnes pretty much tells Republican leaders they have no one to blame but themselves: “The Read more […]

Juan Williams Encourages Republican Leaders to Keep Betraying Base

As far as Juan Williams is concerned, the problem is the Tea Party. Juan Williams has written an editorial that makes no sense to me: The late July poll found only 32 percent of voters holding a “favorable impression” of the GOP and 60 percent taking an “unfavorable view.” An early July Gallup poll also finds the Republican Party struggling for its footing on a steep downward slope, with only a 35 percent approval rating. The biggest surprise is Pew’s finding that the slide in GOP Read more […]

Our Hope is in God, Wouldn’t You Agree, Senator Cruz?

Despite being founded on the principle of limited, enumerated powers derived from the will of the people and subject to the transcendental Will of the Creator God, the current government in Washington D.C. is now a corrupt corporation acting as an organized criminal enterprise. Departing from its roots, wherein it acknowledged the God of the Bible as the Creator and Lawgiver, it has become Godless and grasping and now has its tentacles in virtually every aspect of our lives. This situation Read more […]

The Impending Gay Republican Attack on Conservatives and Americans

A Republican attack is coming, an assault on the freedom of religion and the majority of Americans. David French at the National Review has written about reasons to be hopeful: I woke up yesterday morning deeply confused. If there is one thing that I thought I’d learned over the past few weeks, it’s that history has a “side,” and I don’t happen to be on it. My views — pro-life, pro-traditional-marriage — were yesterday’s news. The rainbow White House, rainbow Facebook, and — Read more […]

The GOP Candidate Who Scares Dems the Most?

Rand Paul is the GOP candidate who has been attacked more times by DNC social media than any other Republican candidate. The Hill reports, The Democratic National Committee has unleashed relentless attacks on a handful of GOP candidates in the ever-widening 2016 presidential field, while virtually ignoring others. Kentucky Sen. Rand Paul, New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie and former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush have emerged as the DNC’s top punching bags, while the committee has mostly disregarded other Read more […]

Boehner Punishes Republicans for Opposing Secret Obamatrade

Two hundred mainstream GOP Congressmen cheer as Boehner punishes Republicans who opposed giving special unilateral trade authority to Barack Obama. It used to be a total mystery to me how Germany could produce the Nazi regime so quickly, and with such lethal outcomes. How could the German people allow—even participating through election—the rise of such a vicious regime? They had the catalyst of WWI; all the United States required was a single attack on 9-11. I no longer wonder at all. Read more […]

If the Supreme Court Obamacare Decision Goes Right, What Should Republicans Do?

The Supreme Court Obamacare decision could end Federal subsidies for healthcare.gov. What then? I’ve already noted that Democrats are getting ready to furiously blame Republicans if the Supreme Court rules that Federal subsidies for people who buy their insurance through healthcare.gov are not authorized in the Affordable Care Act. The reason they might make such a ruling is because Federal subsidies for people who buy their insurance through healthcare.gov are not authorized in the Affordable Read more […]

Tennessee Republican Politicians Force Higher Milk Prices

Because Tennessee Republican politicians are a bunch of socialists and corruptocrats. If you want to know why the response to Obamacare by Republicans has been so weak, the answer is easy to find. Republican politicians agree with Obama’s overall economic and political philosophy and they disagree with the economic and political philosophy that is prominent among Republican voters. They don’t believe in freedom; they don’t understand freedom beyond a jingle that they use to win votes, Read more […]