There is very little that government bureaucracy does not turn into a nightmare. A two mile stretch of road in a small Massachusetts town is a perfect example of this fundamental principle. Twice in the recent past, a squabble between highway departments at two levels caused this stretch of road to be closed for hours, … Continue reading Government Bureaucracy turned a small town road into a nightmare.
As populist budget plans go, President Trump has delivered one that is certain to make his supporters happy and politicians terrified. For that, he deserves a great deal of kudos. When Nancy Pelosi says things like, "This budget is a really a slap in the face of the future," she clearly doesn't understand that it's … Continue reading Nancy Pelosi says Trump’s budget is a “slap in the face.” Good.
When my thoughts first turned to this article, I imagined taking a case-by-case, issue-by-issue approach to demonstrate that government's role when seen through a Constitutional lens is to empower us rather than to limit us. This was going to highlight through an evidentiary process how this nation can survive and thrive when government gets out of the … Continue reading Government should Defend our Flank and Let Us Make Things Happen
NYC has a problem, how do you pay for all that Police overtime to control protesters lately? The money has to come from somewhere so how do you find a department that can spare the funds? Lucky for the city such a department has graciously self identified by taking the obsession of this silly woman … Continue reading The NY MTA can apparently stand a budget cut
Your enemies always get strong on what you leave behind Michael Corleone Godfather III 1990 Yesterday there was no story on the web bigger than that of the Image from Barack Obama's Literary Agent. As you doubtless already know by now from 1991 till just before he entered the presidential race the agency for Barack … Continue reading Why the Breitbart “Born in Kenya” story matters
If you asked me even a couple of weeks ago whether the Republican Party could heal from the wounds of this election cycle in time to unite against Obama, I would have said ”Yes.” I’m not so sure anymore. Bill Jacobson: Romney is winning his battles, but losing our war Legal Insurrection Its been 9 … Continue reading Barbara Espinosa 1000 reasons to support the eventual GOP nominee
Democrats had so much hope for the Occupy movement, they were sure they could create their own version of the tea party in time for the 2012 elections Alas, unlike the tea party that actually attracted previously unengaged voters to their cause, the Occupy movement's core of professional activists found themselves only able to swell … Continue reading Morning Joe’s Mika Brzezinski, and the media in the plastic bubble
Saturday April 23rd on DaTechGuy on DaRadio my guest is John Nolte Editor in Chief of Andrew Breitbart's Big Hollywood and contributor to Andrew's other sites such as Big Journalism. We will be talking the Wonkette mess, #trigscrew and the media's reaction (or non-reaction) to that and the Palin speech. As always you can listen … Continue reading DaTechGuy on DaRadio Guest John Nolte of Big Hollywood Sat 10 a.m. WCRN
If you missed Saturday's show with Dan Riehl and the Right Wing Gamer here is your chance to catch it: Dan Riehl & The Right Wing Gamer FULL! For reasons currently unknown the first minute of the show or so was cut off of the recorded file, I do apologize. Update: Three Cheers for Tony … Continue reading Show 5 Dan Riehl and the Right Wing Gamer now online: UPDATE: Missing Minutes Restored!