The Fox/Google Republican debate was held in Florida Thursday night and it turns out Gary Johnson is still running for President. Yes, the New Mexico governor is far more notable for his stance on legalizing marijuana than his Presidential aspirations – a fact his team should probably have noted before they allowed him to appear […]
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On January 18, 2010 I posted an opinion piece about a new political party in Washington. It was the Say Anything Party, (SAP). Back then I included the more prominent liars in Washington DC as it members, Barack Obama being its president and CEO. Today I am seeing that the SAPs are increasing their ranks […]
Whether you agree with his position on the issues or not, the American people need to look no further than Texas to see an example of what real leadership looks like. This morning, Texas Governor Rick Perry appeared on Fox & Friends to discuss the catastrophic wildfires that are burning throughout the state. Governor Perry, who […]
Will she or won’t she? That’s the burning question in the minds of anyone in America who keeps up with politics. Will Sarah Palin run for president in the 2012 election? Or will she stay on the sidelines, cheering on the “spirited debate” of the other candidates? According to a Fox News poll, the majority […]
During a recent conversation over a social network something striking occurred. The interchange became quite heated requiring retrieval of a footnote from a book. When I produced the footnote my fellow communicant mocked the source, and informed me that it was spurious if it did not have a link to the Internet. This statement shocked […]
This morning I spent a little quality time over at the Media Matters for America, otherwise known as “All Fox News, All the Time”. You may also know it as the “Glenn Beck, Glenn Beck, Glenn Beck” site. I don’t head over there too often. If I want to know what Fox News is doing […]
The debt ceiling debate will most-likely become the GOP’s fault. Not because the lion’s share of spending is from Republican policies, but because Democrats are much better at speaking in generalities, obscuring facts and planting doubt. Rep. Jim Jordan, chairman of the Republican Study Committee, was on Fox News Sunday with Chris Wallace facing Rep. […]
New York city officials have reminded citizens to be on the lookout for terrorist activity by using the tag line “See something, say something”. This phrase is intended to make sure people react to any and all suspicious events. Perhaps it’s time for Conservatives to do something similar: Hear something – say something. At the […]
Sarah Palin went “On The Record” with Greta Van Susteren last night in a wonderful, very insightful interview that was conducted with her while on her continuing bus tour of the Northeast historical sites last night. Much to the dismay of the media hounds, many of which live and breathe for a chance to bash Sarah Palin […]
In the interest of full disclosure I must go on record before I go on further and say that I am not a supporter of Newt Gingrich. From the moment I heard he was considering a bid for the White House I was was not happy. Mr. Gingrich is simply an extension of “the elite […]
Secretary of State Hillary Clinton and Secretary of Defense Robert Gates made the rounds on the Sunday talk show circuit in a seemingly weak attempt to explain to the nation our unexplained involvement in the Libyan Civil War of 2011. Let’s see here, they were on ABC’s ” This Week, ” NBC’s ” Meet the […]
The Obama administration has gone on the offensive claiming that Fox News is, “the research arm of the Republican party”.
I went into the gym yesterday and was overjoyed to see that no one was there. That allows me to pick what is on the television whilst I sweat-away. I chose Fox News. About 10 minutes into my routine a young woman asked me if I was watching what was on the television. Naturally, I […]