An A.F. Branco political cartoon.
Jonathan Karl, Richard Coolidge, Gregory Lemos and Sherisse Pham, part of the collective, useful spokes-tools employed by ABC News and the “progressive” Party Pravda’s online misinformation outlet known as Yahoo News are at it again. To begin with, this “progressive” misinformation’s “headline” is pure, pre-fabricated nonsense that reads: “Top conservative says read my lips: Don’t [...]
Have you noticed the difference in the definitions used by Washington D.C. and those that are found in the dictionary? com·pro·mise [kom-pruh-mahyz] Show IPA noun,verb, -mised, -mis·ing. noun 1. a settlement of differences by mutual concessions; anagreement reached by adjustment of conflicting or opposingclaims, principles, etc., by reciprocal modification of demands. From this viewpoint, there are two different definitions coming out of D.C. Let’s take a look at these two definitions. Compromise according to Republicans- To hold out [...]
Back in the mid-1980s I had the opportunity to spend a brief amount of time with Speaker Newt Gingrich. He offered some fascinating advice to those of us present (A group of only fifteen people nationwide that were training to become congressional campaign managers). He said in essences “The responsibility of a Congressman is not [...]
Paul Ryan’s solution for our debt solution held up only with the Conservative segments of the Republican coalition. Reid’s plan only appealed to Democrats and the remaining plans garnered support or disdain from many different factions within Congress, but none of them had the votes to pass. Now, 11th hour negotiations have been happening in [...]
Compromise can be a good thing, but let me tell you what I thought yesterday about the happenings on the Hill. I still wondered why Speaker Boehner, who was on the Sean Hannity show a few days ago, stated, “The Mack Penny Bill was worth looking at” had done absolutely nothing with regard to that [...]