Democrats retaking the House would be a Pyrrhic Victory

This article is most likely hypothetical because it appears that the Republican Party’s chances of maintaining control of the House of Representatives have increased since the Justice Kavanaugh debacle, and the Senate was never really in play.  I could be mistaken because most of the polls are unreliable and the media coverage is deeply biased. … Continue reading Democrats retaking the House would be a Pyrrhic Victory

The #Unexpectedly Chronicles: The Left Discovers the Constitution as it is:

1. All persons born or naturalized in the United States, and subject to the jurisdiction thereof, are citizens of the United States and of the State wherein they reside. No State shall make or enforce any law which shall abridge the privileges or immunities of citizens of the United States; nor shall any State deprive … Continue reading The #Unexpectedly Chronicles: The Left Discovers the Constitution as it is:

Report From Louisiana: It’s Game Day, Y’all!

By:  Pat Austin SHREVEPORT – We have some pretty important elections coming up in Louisiana but all anyone is really talking about is LSU v Alabama coming up this weekend. We love our college football down here. It’s been nearly seven years since LSU beat Alabama in a 9-6 defensive struggle between the two powerhouse … Continue reading Report From Louisiana: It’s Game Day, Y’all!

Voices of Election 2018 Dr. Jim Kelly NH 27

On Saturday I attended the Annual NH Carenet Dinner fundraiser celebrating another year of saving babies and helping pregnant women.   I spoke to Dr. Jim Kelly who is running in the NH 27th district for State Rep. It's always nice to visit a state where republicans are not afraid to be publicly pro-life I … Continue reading Voices of Election 2018 Dr. Jim Kelly NH 27

An October Surprise Bombs Update: The Left Rolls a Seven

One of the problems for the left/media 's anti Trump "Nazi" narrative has been the conspicuous lack of Nazi like actions by the president. And unlike the big event in Boston two years ago where the lack of Nazi's didn't hold back the narrative in a state so blue you have trouble telling when the … Continue reading An October Surprise Bombs Update: The Left Rolls a Seven

Movie Review – Darkest Hour

I consider Gary Oldman to be one of the finest character actors.  Because of that I was looking forward to watching his portrayal of Winston Churchill, a role in which earned Oldman an Oscar.  I am aware of Hollywood’s far left bias and well earned reputation for completely disregarding actual history when making a movie … Continue reading Movie Review – Darkest Hour

We Interupt this blog to Inform the Left…

...that with the Red Sox up 2 - 0 in the world series and David Price going from the most dangerous man on the mound to the Red Sox to the most dangerous man FOR the Red Sox that there is absolutely nothing you will be able to do today to piss me off. Consequentially … Continue reading We Interupt this blog to Inform the Left…

Report from Louisiana: A Love Letter to Libraries

By:  Pat Austin SHREVEPORT – There is an incredible amount of buzz about Susan Orlean’s new release, The Library Book.  I’m going to have to put this on my reading list. The New York Times posted a nifty piece this past weekend in which twelve authors reminisce about their library love; it includes thoughts from … Continue reading Report from Louisiana: A Love Letter to Libraries

How a Normal Person Would Have Acted In Elizabeth Warren’s Position

I have something in common with Elizabeth Warren and I'm not referring to my complete lack of American Indian ancestry. I'm referring to my wife statement that in addition to polish, Irish, English, Dutch and Scottish ancestry, she is part Sioux Indian through her father side, thus making my sons half Sicilian Italian and half … Continue reading How a Normal Person Would Have Acted In Elizabeth Warren’s Position

Five Keys to Ensure GOP Victory in the Midterms

With the midterms just under three weeks away, I’m cautiously optimistic the Republican Party will maintain a very narrow majority in both the House and Senate.  I wish I could be more confident in my prediction, and in the GOP’s performance in this most crucial midterm election.  I would be more confident if the Republicans … Continue reading Five Keys to Ensure GOP Victory in the Midterms

Report from Louisiana: Shameless Book Plug

By:  Pat Austin SHREVEPORT – It’s been a very surreal week for me, and while I don’t like to write about myself (except when I’m begging for books for my classroom library), how often does one publish a book, anyway?  Well, unless you’re Stephen King, and trust me, I’m not.  But, I was lucky enough … Continue reading Report from Louisiana: Shameless Book Plug

Mrs. Victoria B. Brown, Meet Joseph Bert Smiley

There were a lot of good quips about Mrs. Victoria B. Brown's story of her oppression of her husband of fifty years in the Washington Post, the most amusing being Rod Dreher's line If somebody starts a Go Fund Me account to pay for Mr. Brown’s tab at his local bar, I’ll kick in. I … Continue reading Mrs. Victoria B. Brown, Meet Joseph Bert Smiley

The Obvious Question Everyone is Ignoring In this Nasty Transgender Bathroom Story

Yesterday I saw this story that didn't do a lot of good for those pushing Transgenderism: A five-year-old girl allegedly was sexually assaulted at school in the girls’ bathroom by a boy who identifies as gender-fluid, sparking an investigation by the U.S. Department of Education’s Office for Civil Rights (OCR) into the Decatur, Georgia school’s … Continue reading The Obvious Question Everyone is Ignoring In this Nasty Transgender Bathroom Story

If We Still Followed the Constitution Few Would Care Who is on the Supreme Court

Based on the mass protests, the despicable conduct during the confirmation hearings, and the shameful smear campaign waged against Judge Kavanaugh, it is safe to say progressives are outraged that President Trump has so far placed two Justices on the Supreme Court.  The framers of the Constitution and those who ratified it would be completely … Continue reading If We Still Followed the Constitution Few Would Care Who is on the Supreme Court

Report from Louisiana: A Little Good News?

By:  Pat Austin SHREVEPORT – So much negative news this morning in the headlines…tension, anxiety, anger, and sadness (that limo crash in New York – awful!). All this anger is one of the reasons I quit full-time political blogging a few years ago: I was mad all the time.  Frustrated because I couldn’t really change … Continue reading Report from Louisiana: A Little Good News?

Help Right Glock Mom with Her Son’s Operation Tomorrow My Tip Jar Can Wait

Got this request from Harriett Baldwin a few min ago Hey Peter @DaTechGuyblog, asking for an assist here if you can: Help For @RightGlockMom And Her Son https://t.co/sfkxJQOztl via @weaselzippers — Harriet Baldwin 🇺🇸 (@HarrietBaldwin) October 8, 2018 referring me to this post at Weaselzippers Her son is going into hip surgery on Tuesday. He … Continue reading Help Right Glock Mom with Her Son’s Operation Tomorrow My Tip Jar Can Wait

Resistance and Futility

by baldilocks For fans of the Star Trek franchise, the Borg collective was one of the most terrifying villains: a machine collective that forcibly assimilated individuals and civilizations with the goal of achieving perfection -- with perfection being the full integration of all knowledge, culture, etc., everything that is contained within individuals and within singular … Continue reading Resistance and Futility

Blame Saul Alinsky For Our Current Political Circus

I don’t believe there is a more apt label for our current political climate than calling it a circus.  There is no better example of this circus than the entire confirmation process for Judge Kavanaugh.  This circus began with the protests that erupted even before President Trump announced the name of his nominee, continued with … Continue reading Blame Saul Alinsky For Our Current Political Circus

Report from Louisiana: Loose Thoughts on a Rainy Day

By:  Pat Austin SHREVEPORT – It’s a rainy, fall day here in Louisiana and we are one week away from fall break at school, and less than two weeks away from publishing day for my book, so my attention span is all over the map right now.  I have only some loose, disconnected thoughts for … Continue reading Report from Louisiana: Loose Thoughts on a Rainy Day

Ford vs Kavanaugh The Making of a Justice and the Unmaking of the Left

The media and their fellow partisan activists have no idea what they've unleashed. Mollie Hemingway Behold, I am sending you like sheep in the midst of wolves; so be shrewd as serpents and simple as doves. But beware of people, for they will hand you over to courts and scourge you in their synagogues, and … Continue reading Ford vs Kavanaugh The Making of a Justice and the Unmaking of the Left