You could call Episode 127 my surrender to Barack Obama and the Democrats. I prefer to look at it as a hard dose of reality applied like a splash of water in the faces of sleepy Republicans.
I wonder how many questions we’ll get about soldiers shooting reporters in Iraq and how wonder Kim Jong-Il is?
Now that Herman Cain’s candidacy appears to be two inches away from mountainside impact, the other candidates should be conducting a quick inventory of his campaign in search of useful bits their can take and use in their own
If you’ve ever wondered what could unite the Associates Press and the back-room old guard of the GOP, I have your answer: Rick Perry.
When the President stands before America Thursday night, on national television, and introduces us to his plan to spend several hundred billion dollars that our children will have to pay off because there’s no way in heck we’ll get to it by the time we pay down the trillions of dollars we already owe, he’ll […]
Something very wicked happened in the Republican presidential campaign today, and we on the right should not stand for it. Here is the setup. Most of the candidates attended a debate of sorts today in South Carolina called the Palmetto Freedom Forum, which was headlined by Senator Jim Demint, Rep. Steve King, and the head […]
This morning Jeffrey Anderson noted that the latest Rasmussen poll had a couple interesting things to say about Obamacare. First, the voting public wants it gone — not just partially gone or mostly gone, but erased from the very fabric of space and time like a cupcake after a two-week Michael Moore fast. Second, independent […]
Slowly, Republicans in Congress are getting the message that America isn’t in any mood to play silly political games. Unemployment is unacceptably high and not likely to come down to a reasonable level any time soon. We’re running a debt so large that it changes the orbit of celestial bodies. The Democrats refuse to come […]
I get in trouble sometimes with my fellow right-wingers for insisting that “bipartisan” “compromise” on a budget deal is a carnival game rigged to bring in the rubes so that those who run the game — we call them “members of Congress” — can shake us so hard that money falls out of our grandchildren. […]