Embracing Reagan’s notion of small-government Federalism

President Ronald Reagan was an enigma. His goals and the results he produced were often achieved by contradicting the accepted paradigms. He was known for strength and military prowess, yet America participated in fewer battles under him than any President in modern history. He helped individuals and small businesses at the bottom rung by letting … Continue reading Embracing Reagan’s notion of small-government Federalism

Chris Kennedy, Illinois’ snowflake candidate for governor

By John Ruberry The Democratic gubernatorial primary in Illinois is more than a year away but the field of candidates to challenge Republican incumbent Bruce Rauner is taking shape. On Thursday Christopher G. Kennedy, a son of Robert F. Kennedy, announced on YouTube that he'll be running for the Democratic nomination for governor of America's … Continue reading Chris Kennedy, Illinois’ snowflake candidate for governor

DaTechGuy on the WQPH EWTN pilgrimage to Alabama Part 4

I know this post is very VERY late but a lot has been going on and given my CPAC 2017 trip is in 10 days it's a good preview of the type of interviews etc you might see. The next day we were up very VERY early as a new batch of pilgrims were due … Continue reading DaTechGuy on the WQPH EWTN pilgrimage to Alabama Part 4