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March 11, 2012

Breaking Down Super Tuesday

Filed under: Elections & Voting,The Republicans - 11 Mar 2012

There were few surprises on Tuesday. Romney won in Vermont, Massachusetts, Virginia, Idaho, Alaska, and Ohio. Gingrich won his home state(or former home state as he now lives in Virginia) of Georgia and performed badly everywhere else. Santorum won in …

March 4, 2012

Don’t Write America’s Obituary Just Yet

Filed under: Featured Conservative,Politics In General - 04 Mar 2012

Many Americans feel that our country’s best days are behind us. That’s exactly how the Obama administration wants us to feel. They believe that America is no better than any other country, and is probably worse than most. Consequently …

February 27, 2012

This Will be the Dirtiest Election Ever (Again)

Dirt is part of American politics, and has been from the very beginning. This despite the talk of commentators who would have us believe that Presidential campaigns were as friendly as church socials until talk radio and Fox News came …

February 21, 2012

There is no Winner in Syria

Filed under: Foreign Countries & Policy - 21 Feb 2012

There are instances in international politics that are a catch-22. These are situations where there are no good options, and no one really comes out a winner. Right now the world is looking at such a situation in Syria. It …

February 12, 2012

An Attack on the Catholic Church is an Attack on All

“Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof.”

February 6, 2012

Five Reasons why Obama is Vulnerable

With an important decision this November the American people need to think about whether or not they want to give President Obama a second term. Most people have already made up their minds. About 45% are sure to vote against …

January 30, 2012

It’s Time to Put an End to Progressivism

The American people have an opportunity this November, not just to elect a new President, but to completely change the direction of the country and restore it to its constitutional republican past. We’re at the end of the progressive century. …

January 20, 2012

The Republicans will Take Over the Senate

There are two things that the GOP needs to accomplish in the elections this November: they need to win the Senate, and they need to defeat President Obama. I’ll save defeating President Obama for another time. The Senate races are …

January 18, 2012

Obama Not as Strong as he Thinks

Filed under: Elections & Voting - 18 Jan 2012

It’s difficult to defeat an incumbent President. It’s only happened 10 times in American history, but this November can be number eleven. Yes, the President has certain advantages. He has the power and dignity of the office, universal name recognition, …

January 9, 2012

Can Santorum Win it?

I like Rick Santorum. He was a solid conservative voice in the Senate, an unapologetic advocate for the unborn, and a believer that the family is the most important thing in society. His book, unsurprisingly entitled “It Takes a Family” …

January 3, 2012

GOP Doesn’t Need a Civil War

Filed under: The Republicans - 03 Jan 2012

As a conservative I am somewhat dismayed to hear so many in the grassroots of the party dismiss, or outright slander, many within the GOP as RINO’s. Tools for the left who, while they speak the language of conservatism work …

December 8, 2011

Tim Tebow Brings Culture Wars to Sports

I’m in the Pittsburgh market so I don’t get to see too many Denver Bronco games, and they are not my team anyway. I watch the Steelers((I’m still hoping for a rematch with the Packers) but I can’t help but …

December 5, 2011

The Fruits of the Arab Spring

Filed under: Foreign Countries & Policy - 05 Dec 2011

We we’re assured by the powers that be in Washington, the so called experts, that the uprisings in the Arab world were nothing to worry about. Instead we should embrace them. They were, we were told, nothing more than a …

November 20, 2011

Want America to be Prosperous? Kick the Government Out of the Way

If you have been listening to President Obama lately, you would be getting the impression that the American people want to do anything but work. That might be true of his core constituency in the Occupy Wall Street movement, but …

November 13, 2011

It’s Time for a Sacred Cow Barbeque

Filed under: Liberalism, Marxism & Communism - 13 Nov 2011

The State of Ohio had a chance on November the 8th to bring some fiscal sanity to their state. They could have curbed the ravenous appetites of the public sector unions, saved money and helped entice businesses to move to …

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