Archive for: July 2010

July 24, 2010

Arizona Fighting Back Against Obama Onslaught

Filed under: Featured Conservative,Immigration - 24 Jul 2010

Department of Homeland Security and Department of Defense today announced that National Guard deployments to the Southwest border will begin on August 1 “to combat the transnational criminal organizations that smuggle weapons, cash and people across our Southwest border.”

July 23, 2010

Tea Party Racism Caught in Explosive New Video (Sarcasm)

Filed under: Immigration,In The News - 23 Jul 2010

ALIPAC is releasing a new video today that Americans are unlikely to see on the major networks since it displays overt racism and militancy against Americans and Tea Party supporters at the hands of illegal alien supporters who aggressively announce …

The Federal Court System, The “Exceptions Clause”, & The 14th Amendment

Read Article III, US Constitution. Article III establishes the federal courts (the 3rd branch of the federal government). Section 2 enumerates the categories of cases which federal courts are allowed to hear. Section 2 also distributes the “judicial …

McCain’s Phony Conservatism Slammed by Cops

In a disappointing poll on Fox News Channel, Arizona Senator John McCain is enjoying a comfortable lead over his primary opponent J.D. Hayworth, who garnered the support of the Tea Party movement and most conservative organizations.

Racism in the Tea Party or a tempest in a tea pot?

To many political observers, it probably appeared that the Tea Party movement came out of the woodwork or even thin air. But the roots of the movement go back before then.

July 22, 2010

Watchmen on the Walls

Filed under: History - 22 Jul 2010

As a Professor of History I can understand why most people dismiss History as boring. It is usually presented as a static jumble of dates, names and events that must be memorized, regurgitated and with luck forgotten. I …

Biden fined for illegal campaign donations, says FEC

Filed under: In The News - 22 Jul 2010

In a story sure to NOT make headlines, U.S. watchdogs at the Federal Election Commission fined Vice President Joe Biden for his acceptance of excessive campaign donations during his run for the Democrat nomination for President of the United States.

Conservative By Passion or Fashion?

Filed under: Conservatism & Libertarianism - 22 Jul 2010

Kathleen Parker, who inexplicably passes for conservative, spent much of her latest column praising Sarah Palin’s ability to market herself. While not exactly lauding Mama Grizzly on substance, Parker, perhaps with tongue slightly in cheek, acknowledged Palin’s knack for …

Tea Party Leaders Too Easily Put On The Defensive. Stop it!

Who on earth could be calling me at 5:30am? It was CNN. After apologizing for the early call, the producer, almost giddy with excitement, said tea party spokesperson, Mark Williams made, “what some would call”, a racist comment on his …

July 21, 2010

Boycott The Boycotters

Filed under: In The News,Politics In General - 21 Jul 2010

Most Americans are no doubt aware of the tragedy of the oil slick coating the Gulf Coast from the damaged petroleum rig. What they might not be aware of is the attitude among elites of how we as citizens …

NAACP, Obama and Democrats Attack Tea Party

Filed under: In The News,Politically Incorrect Reality - 21 Jul 2010

A much heralded resolution by the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People — labeled by some as the Democrat Party plantation overseers — denigrating the Tea Party movement as racist, is probably the epitome of hypocrisy by an …

A Catholic Governor Embraces Subsidiarity

Filed under: Religion & Faith - 21 Jul 2010

The new governor of New Jersey, Chris Christie, is distinguishing himself in two ways as a Catholic politician. Not only he is pro-life, but he is also aggressively pursuing a set of policies grounded in the principle of subsidiarity.

Barack Obama, NASA, and the Hopelessness of Attempting to Satirize Him

The truth of the matter is, Barack Obama cannot be satirized. His character is in possession of a deftly insurmountable and impervious force-field, such that his being on the business-end of a joke is statistically improbable.

Sun Tzu, in The Art …

July 20, 2010

Black Shares 5 Eyewitness Examples Proving Tea Parties Not Racist.

Filed under: Politically Incorrect Reality - 20 Jul 2010

I’m black tea party patriot Lloyd Marcus. I have attended over 200 tea parties nationwide as a spokesperson and performing my “American Tea Party Anthem” on the Tea Party Express.

John McCain using Deakin as a Willing Spoiler against JD Hayworth

Filed under: Elections & Voting - 20 Jul 2010

US Senator John McCain’s campaign is actively working to support the candidacy of a marginal candidate named Jim Deakin who is willingly playing the role of a campaign spoiler to ward off a serious primary challenge from J.D. Hayworth.

« Previous PageNext Page »