Over the weekend, the very short lived solidarity of Republicans fueled by a budget vote in the House that did not include funding for the “Affordable” Care Act devolved into a family feud. Or so it seemed. (More like a… Read More ›
Tag Archive for ‘Sarah Palin’
Christopher Swindell, journalism professor at Marshall University in West Virginia, has a final solution for the NRA and its members: Firing squads, M1A Abrams tanks, F22 Raptors and Hellfire missiles. Ouch! Laughingly, this loon pathetically tries to pass himself off… Read More ›
I really hoped that the traditional Americans among us were in the midst of reviewing, reflecting and regrouping after the ideological enemy managed to beat us for the only nationally elected office this republic sports. After browsing the reader’s comments… Read More ›
by Pamela Grothaus The GOP missed a grand opportunity last week. Instead of showcasing our commitment to the sanctity and dignity of human life—a plank in the party platform since 1980—we collectively gasped in disbelief over the clumsily worded pro-life… Read More ›
Read the below article with as much empathy as you can, this journalist is lamenting that his profession is being taken over by CITIZEN JOURNALISTS. Cry me a river! What’s ironic is his job is over as he knows it,… Read More ›
The best way to anger feminists, is to give a woman a women’s rights award. I love when Rush Limbaugh states on his radio program that feminism is something for ugly women to do to make themselves feel better. I guess,… Read More ›
Soon, the Supreme Court will decide the fate of one of the most controversial bills the Congress has ever passed, if not the most controversial. The Affordable Care Act of 2010, better known now as Obamacare. The folks over at… Read More ›
**Story Update** Dateline Wisconsin 6-5-12 Tea Party Backed Republican Governor Scott Walker takes Democrat Tom Barrett to the woodshed! Walker wins his recall election by 11% points. Tea Party Wins Again, Conservative Rebellion! **Story Update** Dateline Texas: Tea party Republican… Read More ›
It was an obvious conclusion, but it was absolutely wrong. – Herbert George Wells, The Time Machine
Worth seeing, here. . .
A personal look at the 2008 vice presidential candidate
The year 2008 was politically the most exciting and unusual in a generation. It hosted a long, divisive and drama filled campaign season that featured the rapid rise and fall of Rudy Guiliani, Fred Thompson and Mike Huckabee, the unlikely… Read More ›
In German no less… who thinks this stuff up? Another “don’t miss” video.
You’ve got to love it.
Despite the increasingly bitter and hostile character assassination attempts on her, Sarah Palin has increased the chances of McCain capturing the white house. In Minnesota alone, her candidacy and the GOP convention has resulted in the evaporation of a THIRTEEN point… Read More ›