Author: Bob Parks



October 16, 2008

Lewis, A Lazy Media, And Their Race Cards

The only question I have for Congressman John Lewis is, “What took you so long?” The McCain campaign was apparently caught off guard by the the race card salvo, while many of us knew this day would officially come.

June 30, 2008

It’s Always Been All About Race

I think we all know what’s coming. The ramp up to the November general election will be ugly. That’s the very nature of politics today. But it’s what’ll happen afterwards that should be cause for concern. America is a …

June 13, 2008

Selected, Not Elected II

A fair amount of people (those who seldom agree with me on anything) take issue with my use of the phrase “Affirmative Action president” when referring to Barack Obama. Like many who even today receive preferential treatment in hiring or …

April 13, 2008

If Bad Things Happened To Politicians

Many of us have heard the story of Jamiel Shaw, the promising young Los Angeles high school football star shot to death by an illegal-alien-gangbanger. We know that his mother, Army Sgt. Anita Shaw, got the news while serving her …

March 24, 2008

Playing Games With History

While predictable, it’s quite sad to watch the media elite marvel at Barack Obama’s 30-minute lecture on Race in America. They gaze in sheer awe as Obama took on such a delicate and politically landmine-laden topic. The problem is, besides …

February 5, 2008

The Death Obsession

Filed under: Potpourri - 05 Feb 2008

What is it with the liberal fascination with death? A couple of years ago, a film called “Death of a President” was met with critical acclaim. It was a documentary-style production with George W. Bush’s head digitally composited where needed.

January 23, 2008

The Other Foot

Under normal circumstances, this election cycle would be gearing up for the coming explosion. We’d be waiting for the inevitable. At some point in the coming weeks, a Republican would be accused of being a racist.With that, it’s kind of …

January 10, 2008


Every year, people come out with their “New Year’s Resolutions”; their wish lists of things they hope to either accomplish or see accomplished during the coming year. As we all know, many of these wishes, or “pledges”, are broken within …

January 3, 2008

Words Come Back To Haunt

Filed under: Politics In General - 03 Jan 2008

Ron Paul has since issued a half-assed apaulogy for comments he made in some of his previous newsletters, but that isn’t stopping the Daily Kos and others to again make the link between Republicans and racists.“Black males age 13 that …

December 29, 2007

Okay, Let’s Talk Conspiracy

Filed under: Politics In General - 29 Dec 2007

I’ve been writing columns for a few years now, so I’ve had the opportunity to see patterns when they look me square in the face and, based on my recent encounters with Ron Paul supporters, patterns have begun to emerge. …

December 26, 2007

Last Word on Ron Paul

Filed under: Elections & Voting,The Republicans - 26 Dec 2007

While I agree with some of Mr. Paul’s positions, such as elimination of the Department of Education or the anchor baby magnet, there are some positions such as his belief that we should never intervene in the foreign crisis of …

December 24, 2007

Second String Republicans

One thing this elongated campaign season, thus far, has revealed is that almost all of the candidates are a bunch of second stringers. What separates them from the first string is maturity. Mature candidates don’t fall into the same old …

December 17, 2007

Do You Think It’s Fun Being A Denier?

There are many people whom, just because the weather does things that aren’t always in our creature comfort zone, believe that strange things are happening and it’s all our fault. Whenever a catastrophic tornado or hurricane touches down, it can’t …

December 15, 2007

Keith Olbermann IS Torture

The left has been pummeling the Bush Administration and the Central Intelligence Agency about what they call the abuse of those under our War on Terror detention. It’s bad enough I have to skim through the selective reflections of …

October 27, 2007

Who’s Watching The “Watchdog”?

So, Media Matters takes in upon themselves to “notify activists, journalists, pundits, and the general public about instances of misinformation, providing them with the resources to rebut false claims and to take direct action against offending media institutions”. But who …

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