As Time's choice of the Pope as "Person of the Year" is a few days old I'd like to point out something that didn't seem to make their article. Last week I quoted a passage in EVANGELII GAUDIUM Pope Francis' apostolic exhortation that hasn't got much play in the media A healthy pluralism, one which genuinely … Continue reading The Left’s “Christmas” Papal Offensive
I have wrestled with the dichotomy of the distain at least some Republicans have for conservatives versus the need of an existing, viable politcal party vehicle for conservatism for longer than I've been blogging. Back in my days at Free Republic, there was a debate of whether conservatives still had a home in the GOP … Continue reading Is it time for a political divorce? Part 1 – the case against
I was going to contrast these words from Paul Ryan on the Tea Party “I was frustrated, too,” he said. “But I think these are very important elements of our conservative family. I would prefer to keep those conversations within the family. And I think he was just basically voicing his frustration with their opposition … Continue reading A Paul Ryan Festivus Miracle at The Hill!
We're loaded for Bear this Saturday on DaTechGuy on DaRadio. We start with GOP candidate and for Governor in California and unapologetic conservative Tim Donnelly explaining why he is the best Choice for the GOP & California. Then Sara Marie Brenner gives us yet another reason why this Administration is not to be trusted during … Continue reading DaTechGuy on DaRadio Sara Marie Brenner & Tim Donnelly