Dems Want Vote On Amnesty Now, RINOs Want To Wait Till After Primaries

What does it tell you when Democrats are saying that a vote should happen now but Republicans want to wait until later—after certain elections have been held? According to the Washington Times, Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi said Tuesday there is a bipartisan majority in the House of Representatives ready to pass a comprehensive immigration overhaul bill, but she may never get the chance to prove it if GOP Speaker John A. Boehner doesn’t bring a vote in the Republican-lead House. “With 28 Republicans Read more […]

Michelle Obama, Corrupt, and Amoral; Hardly A Radical

I’m sure the First Lady is really at home speaking in Leftist radical clichés with Leftists who support her So I’m glad that the Daily Caller posted this story about her life at Harvard with her crony Toni Townes-Whitley, now at CGI Federal—the company that got the no-bid project to produce the worthless website, healthcare.gov. First Lady Michelle Obama and her Princeton classmate whose company received the no-bid government contract to build the HealthCare.gov Obamacare website were both Read more […]

Finding Out What’s In It: Congress Passed Another Bill Without Reading It

I supposed if I refer to “that dam bill” someone will think I am swearing. But in this case I’m referring to the funding of a dam on the Ohio River. It was in the government budget/debt ceiling bill and not many who voted for it knew it was in there: McCain told Fox News’ Greta Van Susteren Wednesday he had “never even heard of” the project and questioned why it had been included in the bipartisan plan to end the budget crisis. “They stuck in some stuff which, of course, they couldn’t Read more […]

Re-creating 9-11 Via Syria

The Independent reports, “Jihadists see Syria insurgency as just the beginning of a Middle East revolution.” Shortly before its operatives killed 14 Iraqi Shia children in a school bombing this month, the group once known as al-Qa’ida in Iraq sent guerrillas into northern Syrian villages with orders to reopen local Sunni classrooms. In a series of early-autumn visits, the militants handed out religious textbooks and backpacks bearing the group’s new name: the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria. A Read more […]

Michael Medved is a Cocktail Party Republican Not a Tea Party Republican

I inadvertently left my copy of Wednesday’s edition of USA Today on the sofa where my wife could see an article written by Michael Medved. Big mistake. She was incensed. She’s still talking about it. There are too many people who call themselves conservatives who want to be thought of as team players. They’re wined and dined and fawned over with a hearty slap on the back. They want to be accepted by the in-crowd. I put Medved in that category. He’s just conservative enough to pass muster, but when Read more […]

Tom Harkin: Democrats Are Never about Ideology

One would think that Americans would have lost patience with Democrat lies long before now; the primary contrivance being classic projection. A Democrat does something then blames the behavior on someone else, regardless of evidence to the contrary. In this case, Democrats are doing everything in their power to defuse the will of the people and popularize the cesspit that is Obamacare. Take Senator Tom Harkin (D-Iowa). Please. The National Journal quotes Harkin as follows: “[A] small group Read more […]

Is the Recall of Senators Constitutional?

In a previous article I called for the people of Arizona to recall John McCain. I received the following email from someone who claimed I was “promot[ing] . . . self-serving trash.” He didn’t leave his name. Here’s the full content of his email: “As a Class of ’73 graduate of WMU, I can tell that Gary never took a constitutional law or Poly Sci class or he would know that the Founding Fathers considered recalling Senators in 1787, but recall was not added to the Constitution. The concept Read more […]

Recall John McCain

John McCain has got to go. Colorado recalled two state senators because of their opposition to the Second Amendment. It wasn’t too long ago that Gray Davis, the former governor of California, was recalled. This is evidence that a state-wide recall can happen if the voters are ticked off enough. Some recall elections fail. There was an attempt to recall Gov. Scott Walker of Wisconsin. Conservatives turned out and Walker beat Tom Barrett 53.1% to 46.3%. That’s another good sign that when conservatives Read more […]

The Middle East Has Become America’s Quagmire

Show of hands — who is sick of talking or hearing about Syria and the Middle East? I like knowing geography as much as the next guy, but frankly I’m tired of learning the cities and provinces of every Middle East country. Did anyone know much of anything about the Kurds before the whole Iraq thing? Could anyone have guessed the name of any province in Afghanistan or that Benghazi is a city not some guy? I bet, for those of us that follow this stuff, we could name more cities in Syria Read more […]

John McCain Plays Video Poker While America Burns

At the Senate hearings on whether to support the President in going to war against Syria, Melina Mara from the Washington Post “reports she spotted Sen. John McCain (R-Ariz.) ‘passing the time by playing poker on his iPhone during the hearing.’” Caesar fiddled while Rome burned and John McCain plays video poker on his iPhone while America burns. Why would the GOP leadership join with President Obama and Nancy Pelosi to support going to war with Syria? Syria is not at war with us. Not Read more […]

Political Opportunism: Sarah Palin Jumps On The Randwagon

Former governor Sarah Palin was on Fox News’s Cashin’ In over the weekend to jump on the Randwagon. Referring to the ongoing feud between New Jersey governor Chris Christie and Kentucky senator Rand Paul, a war of words many see as a preview of the 2016 Republican primary race, Gov. Palin said, “I’m on team Rand. Rand Paul understands. He gets the whole notion of don’t-tread-on-me government, whereas Chris Christie is for big government and trying to go along to get along in so many respects.” That’s Read more […]

“There’s No Expectation of Privacy”

The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) is a federal agency you may not be well acquainted with. That’s about to change. The CFPB was authorized by Congress in 2011 to control everyone and everything. And, with the GOP’s craven complicity, he’s succeeding admirably. The CFPB was created after passage of the heinous Dodd-Frank bill in 2010. Doubling down on that abomination, the CFPB was originally supposed to regulate Wall Street but it has morphed into an even more heinous hydra. Read more […]