By John Ruberry Here's a reminder that we've moved beyond spirited debate within our political culture into rudeness and thuggery. Take a look at the selection of stories about that descent towards anarchy. The most recent abomination occurred just two days ago as the Senate Majority Leader, Mitch McConnell (R-KY), has harassed at a Louisville … Continue reading A collection of stories of leftist attacks on prominent Republicans
Can someone explain to me why it's a good thing that the House is doing all it can to get votes for a bill not meant to pass? I don't care if as of this writing Tim Tebow is hitting over fifty points higher than Jackie Bradley Jr. I'll take Bradley in center field turning … Continue reading 10 One Line Thoughts Under My Fedora, SCOTUS Kennedy, Congress, Tebow, Rick Wilson etc
by baldilocks #MeToo What is the relationship between complete disarmament of the entire American populace, open borders, and opposition to the so-call Muslim ban? Mexico is a nightmare of a nation-state, totally controlled by the demonic drug and human-trafficking cartels. The operational activities of these cartels rivals those of ISIS. Mexico’s murder rate is number … Continue reading Don’t Forget: They Want You Dead
Whenever John McCain drives me crazy with his actions in the US Senate I try to remember the two bright sides of his tenure. As a conservative Hawk the first is his unwavering defense of the American soldier but as a conservative the second and biggest was his catapulting of Sarah Palin into the national … Continue reading The Bright Side of Mitch et/all is the Biggest Side Judges
Scrooge:Speak comfort to me , Jacob Marley's Ghost:I have none to give Charles Dickens, A Christmas Carol With all that is going on in the race for the GOP nomination conservatives need something to reassure them that things will be ok. "REPORT: Obama to announce Supreme Court nominee at 11 a.m. If Mitch McConnell keeps … Continue reading The Most Frightening Words I’ve Read Today
The future of the American republic is now completely dependant on the GOP Senate led by Mitch McConnell keeping its nerve in the face of the full wrath of the liberal media for eight whole months. If that doesn't scare you, nothing will.
As everyone knows I've not been very shy about calling out the Establishment GOP, John Boehner or Mitch McConnell over their actions to confound conservatives. So when they do something right it's only fair that I give them kudos: The Senate passed a Republican-authored budget plan early on Friday that seeks $5.1 trillion in domestic spending … Continue reading Credit to the GOP Establishment where it is Due
You remember how the National Republican Party told you that they would stand up to the Democrats & Barack Obama? The House voted Tuesday to fund the Department of Homeland Security, ending a months long impasse over President Obama’s immigration policies and averting a weekend shutdown at the agency. Good thing we got that majority eh? It cleared the House … Continue reading GOP / Boehner surrenders AGAIN: Lets give them Money!
Chinese Waiter: Where's your annoying little friend who thinks he speaks Mandarin? Sheldon Cooper: He's put his needs in front of the collective good. Where he comes from that's punishable by death. Chinese Waiter: I come from Sacramento The Big Bang Theory, The Dumpling Paradox 2007 You know the GOP has done all it … Continue reading Shades of the Dumpling Paradox in Kentucky
El Cid: Sire, all those you see here, though none dare say so, harbor the suspicion that you may have counseled your own brother's death. Unless you can prove your innocence you will have no loyal subjects. Your kingdom will be torn by doubt. Thus I can not give you fidelity nor own you as … Continue reading Field Guide to CPAC 2014 The Mitch Misfire
There is a lot of excitement around here as CPAC 2014 day one begins. It's a veritable 2014 candidate-a-palloza Ted Crus starts things off and the room will be mobbed with peopl4 dying to see him. Paul Ryan follows him. Later in the Day Chris Christie and Bobby Jindel and Marco Rubio will be on … Continue reading The Most Important Speaker of CPAC Day one: Mitch McConnell
One of my most memorable moments at CPAC over the last 4 years was when Andrew Breitbart jumped onto a table and laid down on it to be interviewed. it was quite a spectacle but Andrew understood that when the media doesn't want to notice you, it's necessary to act in a way to be … Continue reading Dwayne Stovall being Andrew Breitbart
More news keeps coming out concerning the GOP vote on the debt ceiling in the senate and none of it is good: Roll Call reports... In a major departure from procedure during Wednesday’s climactic vote on suspending the federal debt limit, the Senate kept some senators’ votes secret while the nearly hourlong tally was under … Continue reading Attn GOP : The Tea Party does not Consist of Low Information Voters
Yesterday we had a field day with Wendy Davis latest Flip Flop both on this site and on Twitter with the hashtag #wendydaviscorebeliefs #wendydaviscorebeliefs I should be gov of #texas #tcot #p2 #Schadenfreude @TwitchyTeam— Peter Ingemi (@DaTechGuyblog) February 12, 2014 It was a lot of fun but Wendy Davis was not the only Texan who … Continue reading Cornyn & Davis A Tale of Two Texans
Lt. Aldo Raine: Y'know... Utivich 'n myself heard that deal you made with the brass. "End the war tonight"?... I'd make that deal. How 'bout you Utivich, you make that deal? Pfc. Smithson Utivich: I'd make that deal Lt. Aldo Raine: I don't blame ya! Damn good deal! And that purty little nest you feathered … Continue reading Bill Clinton As Billy Kincaid Ends and Means