Millennials Are Voting GOP (Even Hispanic Ones)

The media has treated us to an unending parade of bad news regarding how Millennials are voting—who are supposed to represent the future. So take a look at this headline from the National Journal: “Millennials Bolt Obama for GOP in Midterms.” And the lead paragraph is even better than the headline! In a stunning turnaround, likely voters in the so-called millennial generation prefer a Republican-led Congress after next week’s elections, and young Hispanics are turning sharply against Read more […]

Majority Rules Unless Our Leaders Declare the Majority Decision Doesn’t Rule

Let me see if I’ve got this straight… for many years, our elite have told us about the noble task of spreading “democracy” around the world (a terrible form of government that our Founders strongly rejected, but… I’ll leave that for another time). From Yahoo News: Russian state media said Crimeans voted overwhelmingly to break with Ukraine and join Russia on Sunday, as Kiev accused Moscow of pouring forces into the peninsula and warned separatist leaders “the ground will burn under their Read more […]

Questions To Ask A Candidate Who Wants Your Vote

What do you say when someone running for office asks for your vote?   Let’s say someone knocks at your door and they smile and tell you that they are running for State Delegate or State Representative or State Senate, or maybe for some County office like County Council or Sheriff.  Maybe they are running for Congress or the US Senate. Let’s say you know little about them except that they are polite and make a nice appearance.  They ask for your support and maybe for some money to help Read more […]

Tea Party Fighting For Its Life In Alabama

Today, many are considering Alabama to be a test of Tea Party v. Establishment GOP. From the Hill: Establishment Republicans, looking to push back against Tea Party conservatives they blame for undermining the GOP brand, face an early test of their clout with the grassroots in Tuesday’s primary election for Alabama’s 1st congressional district. Amid a concerted effort by the U.S. Chamber of Commerce to secure a win for former state Sen. Bradley Byrne in the deep-red district, polls show his Read more […]

Bring Back The Poll Tax—With A Twist

MSNBC’s Chris Hayes, who is a slightly more feminine version of Rachel Maddow, agrees with numerous articles at liberal outlets (The Washington Post, New York Magazine, Slate, etc.) that blame the current gridlock in Washington on American’s Constitution. It’s the Constitution’s fault, they say, because no single branch of government has greater power than another, and therefore the Democrat-run Senate can’t simply do whatever it wants. The Constitution set up a system of checks and balances to Read more […]

Bill Clinton: It’s Harder to Vote than Purchase Assault Weapons

When you start hearing intelligent people say stupid things, you know they’ve lost the argument. Bill Clinton is a smart man. He’s a Rhodes Scholar. He’s well read. But he can’t defend liberalism by an appeal to facts. So he does the only thing he can. He makes up stuff. The same tactic is used by today’s racialists. Everything is about race. Criticism of an Obama policy is an attack on him and all blacks because he’s black. People are getting tired of hearing the “it’s all Read more […]

In Nevada, ‘None’ is not an option

A United States District Judge has ruled against Nevada’s long-standing tradition of adding “None of the above” to voting ballots. While supporters see this option as giving voice to the “vote of no confidence,” which many voters believe needs to be expressed, Judge Robert Jones saw it as being unconstitutional, since votes for “None” don’t count toward actually determining a winner. Judge Jones made the right decision, although I wouldn’t go so far as to label it “unconstitutional.” Every Read more […]

Obama Campaign Wages War on Troops

Overseas troops often find it difficult to vote. For one thing, they can’t just drop their rifle and mail in their ballot especially if they’re stationed in a war zone, which is pretty much the entire Middle East. And not only that, since every state has a different law regarding absentee ballots, filling them out properly can be confusing. And if they don’t arrive in the States in time, they can’t be legally counted. During the last presidential election, only 20 percent of a 2.5 million-member Read more […]