Voices from the YAF Russell Taub RI-at large

I briefly spoke with GOP candidate Russell Taub who is running for the House At large seat in Rhode Island at the YAF Nashua conference Remember even in a blue state like RI half the battle is being willing to make the fight

Angie’s List: Fools Gold for Boycott Indiana

There was a lot of fuss when Indiana became the 20th state to pass a Religious Freedom act this week indicating just how much the Democrat left has rejected any prayer of attracting believing Christians. Democrats & media have been falling over themselves to denounce Indiana and the media & left made a big fuss … Continue reading Angie’s List: Fools Gold for Boycott Indiana

Ted Cruz at YAF Friday Speech / Q & A / Reaction

Here is Ted Cruz's speech from the YAF event in Nashua NH last friday He took a few questions after his speech: On creating political opportunity On Standing with our allies: and on replacing Obamacare I also got the reactions of Seroach and Michael The crowd seemed to like what it saw, the only question … Continue reading Ted Cruz at YAF Friday Speech / Q & A / Reaction

Report From Louisiana

By: Pat Austin SHREVEPORT – Louisiana is one of the most beautiful states with some of the best food in the South, I believe.  You simply can’t beat the scenic bayous, cypress swamps, colorful azalea gardens, and the piney Kisatchie forest for natural scenery.  The smells of shrimp boats, seafood gumbo, spicy boiled crawfish, and … Continue reading Report From Louisiana

Will the Boycott Indiana crowd boycott The Kennedy Institute?

On twitter there is a big move to start a "boycott Indiana" movement for its decision to be the 20th state to pass a Religious Freedom Law to protect Christians from persecution for refusing to support Gay Marriage. By an odd coincidence the same media types who have been attacking the Gov of Indiana have … Continue reading Will the Boycott Indiana crowd boycott The Kennedy Institute?

Ted Cruz and Remembering Reagan

Mika Brzezinski: OK, I got just one thing to say – it’s just my instinct in a couple of meetings with him: I wouldn’t underestimate him. … I wouldn’t underestimate him. I think this guy is really, really smart. I don’t agree with a thing he says. Donny Deutsch: And you think he has a … Continue reading Ted Cruz and Remembering Reagan

YAF NH Q & A Robert Spencer

In addition to his base speech Robert Spencer answered assorted questions after his speech at the YAF conference in Nashua NH. On the Bible vs the Koran On Intervention vs Isis On Obama & ISIS The Radicalization of Muslims Assad Fighting the "Hate" Label The Lure of Islam Iraq and Isis Staying out of War … Continue reading YAF NH Q & A Robert Spencer

Hysteria over Hoosier Religious Freedom Restoration Act misplaced

By John Ruberry When Indiana governor Mike Pence signed into law a Religious Freedom Restoration Act on Thursday, the Hoosier State became the 20th state to enact such a law. More from the Weekly Standard: The first RFRA was a 1993 federal law that was signed into law by Democratic president Bill Clinton. It unanimously passed … Continue reading Hysteria over Hoosier Religious Freedom Restoration Act misplaced

Interviews at YAF NH Robert Spencer

My interview with Robert Spencer at YAF Nashua NH His mention of Molly Norris being on the ISIS hit list should be national news, I'm ashamed to say I didn't see it. I'll be posting the rest of my video from the conference over the next several days

The PlaceboCare McEconomy

By Steve Eggleston If you haven't noticed, I've been missing in action the last few weeks. I've just been burned out. One can say the economy is, at best, stagnant only so many times before running out of ways to say it. Unfortunately for the country, but fortunately for my writing block, the Bureau of … Continue reading The PlaceboCare McEconomy

Voices from YAF Nashua Day 1 Hofford 3-27-15

Another in our interviews of attendees at the YAF conference in Nashua NH The Explanation for me calling this young lady "Hofford" is explained n the interview I wouldn't be surprised to see more of her in the future

Credit to the GOP Establishment where it is Due

As everyone knows I've not been very shy about calling out the Establishment GOP, John Boehner or Mitch McConnell over their actions to confound conservatives. So when they do something right it's only fair that I give them kudos: The Senate passed a Republican-authored budget plan early on Friday that seeks $5.1 trillion in domestic spending … Continue reading Credit to the GOP Establishment where it is Due

A Question of Moral Clarity – Part III 03.27.2015

From 1620 through 1930 – a period of more than 300 years – the culture, customs, educational, social, and economic dimensions of American Colonial life were under-girded with a philosophy of life that arose applying the teachings from both The Hebrew Bible (The Old Testament) and The Christian Scriptures (The New Testament). The Old Testament … Continue reading A Question of Moral Clarity – Part III 03.27.2015

Words, words, words

Polonius: What do you read, my lord? Hamlet: Words, words, words. Polonius: What is the matter, my lord? Hamlet: Between who? William Shakespeare, Hamlet, Act 2, Scene 2 In the age of dog-whistled political correctness, where normal speech is censored and "War is peace. Freedom is slavery. Ignorance is strength," a pro-Hillary group is adding … Continue reading Words, words, words