An American hero defines the battle for America’s future.
In a far-too-late attempt to shore up his conservative base ahead of the 2006 massacre, President Bush sent 6,000 National Guard troops to the Mexican border, but placed major limits on what they could do. Now, with the immigration debate hot again because of the Arizona bill, President Obama is making a similar move and [...]
There is some good news and some bad news for the Republican Party’s hopes to win the Senate. The good news: The New York Times’ report on Connecticut Senate candidate Richard Blumenthal’s lies about serving in Vietnam has had a dramatic effect on the race. The latest Rasmussen poll has Linda McMahon, the GOP frontrunner, [...]
Is the GOP still trying to shed the label of “Party of No”? Perhaps the better question is: “should they”?
The Democrats and the Republicans each have a plan for the future of your country, and you have the momentous responsibility this fall to determine the direction this country will take at a time of ideological [...]
It was but seventy seven years ago that Wimpy murmured to Popeye the Sailor man: “I will gladly pay you Tuesday for a hamburger today”. Particularly apt this afternoon because Californians are wondering if today is Carly Fiorina’s “Tuesday.”
Following Fiorina’s support during the White House bid, Sarah Palin has now officially endorsed Ms. Fiorina’s [...]
The party of “pale & stale” no more! Okay. Maybe it’s still pale.
According to a report released yesterday by House Minority Leader John Boehner, the GOP is “dominating” Democrats in online media use. If you detect a caveat is on the way, then bully for you: The truth is, Democratic websites outnumber Republicans by 3:2. [...]