Voices of CPAC 2018 Tony (Don’t call him Anthony) Katz

I spoke to old friend Tony Katz at CPAC 2018 at the Gaylord National Harbor There are few things more satisfying than seeing old friends make good. Update Representative Andre Carson has targeted Tony because he has dare to tell the truth: First, Rep. Carson's statement that what I'm doing is "hate speech" would be … Continue reading Voices of CPAC 2018 Tony (Don’t call him Anthony) Katz

Voices at the Symposium Tri State Catholic Radio

I spoke to Tri State Catholic Radio at the catholic radio symposium 93.1 Jasper Indiana will be their station which will launch Sunday October 4th, your prayers would be appreciated.

21st century way: Unhappy with a business? Harass them online

By John Ruberry Twenty years ago if you were unhappy with a business, let's say a check out clerk was rude to you or you were served a rotten meal, you had some effective ways of getting back. Of course these methods still exist. You can never patronize that business again and tell your friends … Continue reading 21st century way: Unhappy with a business? Harass them online

Over 400750,000 reasons for GOP to show Courage

As you might have noticed there has been a decided lack of courage among some in the GOP since the Democrats launched their RFRA squirrel. It's true that Ted Cruz came out and remained strong in support of religious liberty While more moderate Republican presidential hopeful Jeb Bush appeared to soften his stance, GOP Sen. … Continue reading Over 400750,000 reasons for GOP to show Courage

I’m old enough to remember when Ted Cruz wasn’t a top Tier Candidate

The great thing about conventional wisdom is it's always right, until it isn't: Texas Sen. Ted Cruz has jumped to third place in the prospective Republican presidential field since making his bid official last week, according to a new poll. The survey, released Wednesday by Democratic firm Public Policy Polling, found Cruz surging from 5% … Continue reading I’m old enough to remember when Ted Cruz wasn’t a top Tier Candidate

Make the left play the “Nuns are bigots” Card

Can't anyone play this game? Casey Stengel As I continue to watch how the Indiana law business is playing out I can't believe that the right, with the exception of Ted Cruz,  hasn't gone on offense. Take a look at this pitcure Update: Half of this post disappeared but if the GOP had brains they … Continue reading Make the left play the “Nuns are bigots” Card

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

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?

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

Will the media lose the “Tea Party is dead/dying” meme after Indiana?

The Tea Party vs Occupy in two stories: Indiana: Richard Mourdock defeats DESTROYS Dick Lugar in the Indiana Primary: Tea Party favorite Richard Mourdock has crushed incumbent Senator Dick Lugar for the Republican nomination in Indiana. Just a month ago, Lugar was considered the favorite in this race. A Howey/DePauw poll showed Lugar up by … Continue reading Will the media lose the “Tea Party is dead/dying” meme after Indiana?

If you want to know why Morning Joe was so impressed by Mitch Daniels

this is it: Just a couple of quick comments and that’s really all I’ll make. First of all, just to affirm, the activities of today are perfectly legitimate part of the process. Even the smallest minority – and that’s what we’ve heard from the last couple days - has every right to express the strength … Continue reading If you want to know why Morning Joe was so impressed by Mitch Daniels