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Category Archives: Politics

The Era of Trump begins

I’m not happy about it, but it’s less bad than having Hillary Clinton in office. I’ll be updating my predictions throughout the day.

A constitutional amendment to prevent political dynasties

Like most of you, I’m sick and tired of the Bushes and Clintons. It’s long past time to rein in families like theirs before our political system turns completely hereditary. To that end, the U.S. Constitution will have to be amended. Here’s my proposal: AMENDMENT ___ SECTION 1: No person shall be eligible to hold […]

Ben Carson goofs on guns. Again.

In a wide-ranging radio interview with Hugh Hewitt, presumptive Republican presidential candidate addressed several aspects of the unrest in Ferguson, Missouri. When the shooting of Mike Brown came up, Carson stuck his foot in his mouth on the subject of guns for at least the third time this year (boldface emphasis below is mine): HH: […]

RightChange steals artwork from @SooperMexican

Behold the douchebaggery of our supposed “allies.”

The amnesty stance of Rep. Bob Gibbs (OH-7)

I’m reaching out to the offices of Representative Bob Gibbs (R-OH) to see if he’s taken a stance on the amnesty scam floated by the GOP leadership this week. So far, no definitive response … which concerns me. He’s supposedly sympathetic to the conservative base, but his silence suggests possible squishiness. I’ll keep monitoring his […]

Wendy Davis’ story, after basic fact-checking

“Wendy Davis was a single mom who raised her daughters while putting herself through school and got a Harvard Law degree.” Wow. Make her the Governor, stat!

Why do Obama cultists ignore what he’s striving for?

Ace might have figured it out: politics is the MacGuffin in the heroic Obama “movie” that all of his mindless drones are watching. It doesn’t matter what the MacGuffin actually is. It’s just a plot device, something for the dreamy hero to pursue while the evil villains — conservatives, in this case — try to […]

Why are you still on Facebook?

It’s fast becoming Facebook.gov, so if you value your liberties you’ll react accordingly.

Will the federal government default?

If the President (and his Senate) fail to reach a deal on raising the debt ceiling on October 17th, will the federal government go into default? Only if Barack Obama wants it to, because it’s entirely in his hands. Monthly revenue can easily cover the amount America must spend to service its debt. On top […]

Good fences make good neighbors

What might the implications be for the United States if Mexico collapses? Before you answer, consider that a national border is nothing but a theoretical concept if it’s not controlled, and if one or both nations refuse to preserve a distinct national culture. If America continues to ignore its borders and downplay its uniquely capitalist, […]

Mark Levin Q & A on “The Liberty Amendments”

One week ago at the Reagan Library, Mark Levin explained why the only remaining nonviolent way to save the Constitution from the statists in Washington is an Article V convention. You’ll find a link to a free copy of the first chapter of his book “The Liberty Amendments” here.

When you see the calamity coming …

… but you’re led by narcissistic cowards, what do you do? You find your Churchill or your Reagan. Fast.

Mark Levin’s Liberty Amendments

The quick and dirty summary You’ll need to read the whole book to properly understand the problems America faces, but here’s the situation in a nutshell. We live in a post-constitutional republic with a federal government that no longer obeys — but sometimes pays lip service to — the US Constitution. Merely electing new politicians […]

Do we have a revenue problem?

Tax receipts are at near-record highs, and yet: We do not have a revenue problem. We have a spending problem.

Yes, yes, it’s those damned social cons who ruined everything

Ace has decided to dump on us social conservatives again: I’m sick of pretending I don’t think it’s weird that people are still wigging out over the idea that some people are attracted to the same sex, and are still pushing some sort of “political” agenda about this, like we need a governmental fix to […]

Sneak preview of Obama’s 2013 SOTU speech

The Virtual President’s first inauguration

Watch this, and just imagine what could be. Hail to the Virtual Chief!

What does sixteen trillion dollars look like?

Looking at the spinning numbers of the National Debt Clock doesn’t quite convey just how much the Democrats liberals progressives statists in Washington have spent. Try this. We. Do. Not. Have. A. Revenue. Problem.

Ohio Republicans who voted to raise taxes

The Congress responded to the fiscal cliff it created by passing a bill that raises taxes by $41 for every $1 of spending cuts. Our alleged “budget hawk,” US Senator Rob Portman voted “yes.” From our US House delegation, John Boehner, Bob Latta, Bill Johnson, Steve LaTourette (outgoing), Steve Stivers, and Pat Tiberi all voted […]

Time for a very hard look at the GOP America (UPDATED)

I am going to take a while to ponder whether the principles of constitutional conservatism and limited government are still best advanced through the structure of the Republican Party. Things are going to get much, much worse. We need to look at the big picture here. So pardon me as I duck into this cloud […]