Voices of CPAC 2017 Joe on Life behind the Berlin Wall

I have a lot of interviews still uploading and several that I intend to post today as time permits but the interview worth being the lead post today come from what would seem an unlikely source & situation. I ran into Joe at an informal event called #rinocon that Cynthia Yockey & I briefly attended … Continue reading Voices of CPAC 2017 Joe on Life behind the Berlin Wall

What Fools Believe

by baldilocks I wrote the following in 2007, back when then-President George W. Bush and the Republican Party were considering blanket amnesty for illegal aliens. It seems so quaint now to think that there would have ever been a real security fence built along what used to be our southern border. And in the wake … Continue reading What Fools Believe

Ronald Reagan’s glorious autumn of 2014

By John Ruberry Ten years after his passing, the legacy of Ronald Reagan still resonates. The Gipper has had a phenomenal autumn. Eight days before Election Day, the 50th anniversary of Reagan's A Time for Choosing address arrived and it reacquainted Americans with the 40th president's core values--and for younger voters it exposed the fallacies … Continue reading Ronald Reagan’s glorious autumn of 2014

Pundit Press catches some historical revisionism

There is an old tale of St. John as an old Man on the Isle of Patmos calling together Christians to be taught. When they would gather he would say: "Little children, ove one another." One of his disciples asked him "Master John, you give us the same lesson every week, when will we go … Continue reading Pundit Press catches some historical revisionism