Author: Christopher G. Adamo

Profile: Christopher G. Adamo has been active in Wyoming politics for many years and is a managing partner in Best American Buy (, an e-commerce business that markets American made products including the incomparable Abigail Adams Bedspread Set from Bates Mills. Contact information for Chris Adamo, and his archives, can be found at


February 29, 2012

“Social Issues” From A Truly Conservative Perspective

Filed under: Conservatism & Libertarianism - 29 Feb 2012

With Republican candidate Rick Santorum’s meteoric rise of recent weeks, the media has predictably gone into full attack mode against him. The new controversy of the day, repeated incessantly by the network anchors, is anything related to “social issues.” And …

February 20, 2012

Obama’s Birth Control Controversy: The Big Picture

Filed under: Politics In General - 20 Feb 2012

In the aftermath of the 2000 presidential election debacle, in which George W. Bush was declared winner after a month of liberal efforts to overturn his razor-thin victory in Florida, the Democrat Party took an aggressive turn to the left. …

February 15, 2012

Why Rick Santorum Connects With The Heartland

Filed under: Politics In General - 15 Feb 2012

Even before the final results had been determined in Missouri, Minnesota, and Colorado, the liberal media cabal was in high gear incessantly reminding America that the decisive wins by Rick Santorum were not legally binding. Thus, his incredibly strong showing …

February 3, 2012

2012: Outing Establishment GOP As The Real Enemy

Few political events have caught fire in the American Heartland with the swiftness of Congressman Allen West’s January 28, 2102 Lincoln Day Dinner address in West Palm Beach Florida. Lambasting the intellectual dishonesty and subversive motives of the left, Congressman …

January 14, 2012

Debunking The Myth Of Santorum’s “Big Government Conservatism”

The most often quoted passage from the Declaration of Independence is its proclamation of “life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness” as self-evident and unalienable rights. Sadly, in modern day America, only a comparative few have any knowledge whatsoever of …

January 9, 2012

The Real Iowa Caucus Winner: “Not Romney!”

In a fitting epilogue to Mitt Romney’s eight-vote “victory” over Rick Santorum in the Iowa caucus, the former Massachusetts Governor has received an endorsement from Senator John McCain (R.-AZ) who some might remember as the 2008 “Republican” presidential nominee. Such …

December 17, 2011

The Obama/Energy Strangle-hold On America

While the Obama Administration has worked tirelessly at minimizing the negative political fallout of its “green jobs” debacle (Solyndra being among the few that gained attention), the nation has yet to fully grasp just how devastating the Obama agenda has …

December 14, 2011

Halligan Nomination Debacle Exemplifies America’s Precarious Crossroads

Finally, Senate Republicans have achieved a political and moral victory. Caitlin Halligan, a far-left judicial activist and Obama nominee for the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia was soundly rejected in a fifty-four to forty-five Senate vote …

December 3, 2011

Would Europe Benefit From A Super Committee?

Somehow, the sun came up on Thanksgiving Day 2011, despite the shocking failure of the “Deficit Reduction Super Committee” to concoct a bipartisan program for long-term debt reduction in the federal budget. All of America, we were told, had pinned …

November 21, 2011

“Occupy” Movement: Welcome To Liberal Utopia

For all but the most blindly dogmatic, any former “bloom” has long since left the rosy facade of the “ Occupy Wall Street” phenomenon. Though the liberal media have been working overtime from the beginning to maintain the fantasy that …

November 14, 2011

How The Establishment Intends To Maintain Control

Perhaps the most striking aspect of the entire Herman Cain “sexual harassment” controversy was its complete predictability. The moment Cain stunned the nation by winning the Florida straw poll, an ambush of this nature became inevitable. And it is for …

November 10, 2011

Liberals Suddenly Care About Sexual Harassment . . . Again

It is hard to know where to begin listing the reasons why “liberalism” and “hypocrisy” have become synonymous. But the latest flap over some warmed over charges of “sexual harassment” against Herman Cain is a sterling example. Outrageous though this …

November 3, 2011

What European Chaos Portends For America

Those who ascribe to such quaint and sentimental notions as national sovereignty and cultural cohesiveness would certainly not shed any tears over the demise of the European Union. Once praised as the gleaming example of the new order, it now …

October 16, 2011

Can Liberals Devise A New “Grassroots” Phenomenon?

On August 1, 1988, several dozen radio stations across America began broadcasting a revolutionary radio program in which a single individual, with no guests, delivered a veritable monologue of observations on the state of the nation and its culture. In …

October 8, 2011

An Ominous Setup For The 2012 Elections

Filed under: Elections & Voting,The Republicans - 08 Oct 2011

It is altogether unfortunate that Herman Cain opted to play the race card in his quest for the Republican presidential nomination. In an interview on ABC, Cain derided Texas Governor Rick Perry over the supposed presence of a racial epithet …

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