- Why Do We Even Need the Office of Congressional Ethics Anyway?
- Making Domestic Terrorism Not Right Again.
- More People Do Not Vote For Clinton Than People Who Do Not Vote for Trump
- Directly from the Rabbit’s Hole: What if It Wasn’t Russia but the Soviet Union?
- Feminists Need to Realize Roger Ailes Has Been Standing Behind Them All Along.
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Category Archives: politics
Oh, hypocrisy, thy name is feminist. Roger Ailes is consistently attacked-yet another woman has decided to sacrifice him on the altar of political correctness, for consistently doing what feminists have consistently been asking men to do for years. The most recent allegation … Continue reading
Romney was again ridiculed by the liberal media and the social media and late night talk show hosts and some tribesman of a small cargo cult deep in the Amazon Basin, for pointing out that he had actually gone out … Continue reading
Mitt Romney gave nothing short of a masters class in what I am trademarking ing the Nuh-Uh Strategy in his appearance in the debate last night. In doing so, Romney treated Obama to a cold dish of obduracy that had Malia and … Continue reading
A tip of a wholly non affectatious hat to Matt Drudge for uncovering this outrageous piece of video in which Obama not only calls for racial disharmony but does it in an accent that both Drudge and Hannity call out … Continue reading
Scott Brown, a Brown American who has never tried to get ahead because of it (that summer he worked on his uncle’s farm, almost constantly shirtless, sweat glistening in the very sun that toasted a young fit Scotty to a … Continue reading
Sen. Chuck Schumer, in what will most likely be used in ads for Paul Ryan, wholeheartedly endorsed Ryan for Vice President. It’s nice to see Paul Ryan back here in Congress. It will be even nicer to see him back here … Continue reading
Yesterday, many in the media seemed more upset with Mitt Romney about his response Obama’s response to the mob violence in Cairo and Bhengazi in which he was points out how upset he was with the first response of the … Continue reading