Category: The Republicans

July 20, 2013

Governor Christie, Are There Skeletons?

Filed under: Politics In General,The Republicans - 20 Jul 2013

Who is Governor Chris Christie of New Jersey? Is he a sincere man with honest refreshing qualities and characteristics geared to telling it like it is or is he just a buffoon, a clown, an entertainer using his rough no …

July 2, 2013

In Praise of Extremism

The most annoying cliche in American politics has to be that Republicans are (cue the fright music) too extreme. Former Senator Bob Dole, who is so moderate and conciliatory that his two national campaigns (1976 …

Marco Rubio is Dead to Me

Filed under: Immigration,Politics In General,The Republicans - 02 Jul 2013

Young, handsome and Hispanic, Marco Rubio was once hailed as one of the new faces of the Republican Party. But now we learn that he actually brings two new faces to the GOP.

One that says one thing one moment and …

May 25, 2013

Sarah Palin’s Unheeded Example for the GOP

A Tea Party based ‘Draft Sarah’ movement has sprung up in recent months, leading to speculation that the former governor may challenge first-term Democratic incumbent Mark Begich for the US Senate in 2014. Palin trails …

May 22, 2013

Senate GOP Supports Remote Control Taxation

Filed under: Taxes & Taxation,The Republicans - 22 May 2013

The next time you see any of the following Senate Republicans:

Lamar Alexander (TN)

Roy Blunt (MO)

John Boozman (AR)

Richard Burr (NC)

May 18, 2013

Why I am No Longer a Conservative Republican

Maybe it’s just me but I’m tired of the same old same old in our politics.  The big-box monopoly parties have morphed into two sides of the same coin, two heads on the same bird of prey.  Today our choice …

May 11, 2013

Marco Rubio and the Magic Beans

Filed under: Immigration,The Republicans - 11 May 2013

Shortly after last year’s presidential defeat and at the beginning of the Great Republican Panic of 2013, I wrote here about what a bad idea morally and legally amnesty for illegal aliens is. Guess what? It still is.

In …

April 26, 2013

Finally New Strong Courageous Blood

The Republican Party is definitely changing for the better. We may finally have found a two party system of Government, once again, keeping checks and balances, with a watchful eye on each other. The Republican young gun Senators, even though …

April 25, 2013

Republicans must embrace big, bold ideas that reflect conservative principles

Republicans and conservatives in particular, base their beliefs on the strict interpretation of the Constitution with limited government, free market capitalism and a strong defense. Unfortunately the policies and legislation created by the GOP does not align with the …

April 17, 2013

Republicans Need To Grow Up About Taxes

Filed under: Taxes & Taxation,The Republicans - 17 Apr 2013

Republicans are flailing about these days, trying to rebrand themselves before the next election cycle. A certain amount of introspection and internecine debate is inevitable after suffering a stinging loss against an opponent with a dismal record. One thing the …

April 13, 2013

Balancing the Budget

Filed under: Economics,In The News,The Republicans - 13 Apr 2013

House Republicans have a plan to balance the federal budget in 10 years. The House Democrats’ plan will do so in 30 years. Senate Democrats have no plan. In fact, the Senate hasn’t even passed a budget …

April 7, 2013

Should Conservatives Quit GOP?

The GOP has had an honorable history. Under Lincoln it crushed the slave owning oligarchy that had plunged America into civil war. Under Grant the KKK was crushed and the first civil rights bill passed. Under TR(a man who undoubtedly …

March 29, 2013

Senator Rob Portman’s Homosexual Descent

Filed under: In The News,The Republicans,What The F@#K?!? - 29 Mar 2013

In another case in the annals of conservative “adaptation” to yesterday’s liberal innovation, Ohio Republican senator Rob Portman has just announced that he now supports faux marriage. The change was motivated, he said, by his son having come out to …

March 17, 2013

GOP rolls over for Obama and recommends Brennan for CIA post

Filed under: Politics In General,The Republicans - 17 Mar 2013

All of the Democrats and most of the Republicans sitting on the U.S. Senate Select Committee on Intelligence Tuesday gave the nomination of John Brennan as leader of the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) the go-ahead, which now sends the nomination …

March 1, 2013

We Are Doomed

It doesn’t look good for conservatism in America. Despite conservatives controlling the House of Representatives and thirty of the governorships the case can be made that conservatism is on life support, and it’s not a hard case to make. The …

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