Who would have thought that Gov. Chris Christie’s weight would become an issue if he decided to run for president? Apparently, that aspect of politics must seem unimaginable to some, but it seems quite in line with the usual ‘running of the bulls’ that is to be expected within the realm of American politics, and the media scrutiny that it endures on a regular basis.Read more ›
The occupation of Wall Street is in its 11th day, and the number of protesters demanding changes to U.S. social and economic policies they say unfairly favor the rich is rapidly growing. It’s still too early to say whether the protracted protest will do anything short of creating more freedom pens and boosting pepper spray stock futures, but protestors appear to be indefatigable in the face of tribulation.Read more ›
During the GOP Debate in Florida, the Tea Party audience booed a gay soldier. So who or what could they boo in the next one?Read more ›
Arguably, the most intriguing aspect of this entire debate was the ability of the candidates to morph this GOP nomination debate into a political referendum on Rick Perry, and Mitt Romney was the most vocal in doing that.Read more ›
Romney pulled his best Bill Clinton impression earlier Wednesday when he told a group of people at a town hall in Miami that he ‘feels their pain’. What’s more, he ‘identifies’ with the millions of ordinary americans struggling to get by.Read more ›
Sarah Palin always seems to find a way to shock the public, but this time it might come back to bite her squarely in her Alaskan backside. According to reports, conservative Sarah had a one-night stand with former NBA player Glen Rice when he was a college player for the Michigan Wolverines, and she was a sports reporter.Read more ›
Some history and information on Bill O’Reilly, the host of Fox News’ most watched show; The O’Reilly Factor.Read more ›
Republican presidential candidate Rick Santorum has finally caught on to what the rest of the wired universe has being snickering about for years: the secret meaning of his last name.Read more ›
Despite recent sluggish poll numbers and a public not quite sold on the American Jobs Act, the very thing on which President Obama appears to be mortgaging his re-election, a new CNN/ORC International poll shows that more Americans trust him on economic matters than they do Republicans in Congress.Read more ›
Sen. Joe Lieberman, simply loves pestering liberals and democrats with his new found ultra-conservative positions that neatly coincide with today’s rabid and rancorous Republican Party.Read more ›
The exhibits that should be added to the Reagan Library to give the world a true picture of the former president.
Recently, the Republican party held a presidential debate at the Reagan Library in Simi Valley, Ca. While the library is a wonderful living tribute to the Patriarch of our party, and many of the exhibits are worthy of this great man, it lacks what us modern conservatives loved most about him.
America has experienced an alarming amount of disasters this past year, including a possible Perry or Bachmann presidency. We have seen 10 different natural disasters with economic losses totaling $1 billion or more – the most ever in a year, Reuters reported on Thursday. Leading Republican Senators forcefully blocked Senate Majority Leader, Harry Reid’s proposed Disaster Relief bill, which included $7 billion, some of which was intended to go to the very states the Senators represent.Read more ›
Perry takes advice from Death to advance his career as a Republican politician.Read more ›
With all the media attention being given to Rick Perry and Mitt Romney, occasional human being and republican presidential candidate, Michele Bachmann, has found her relevance in today’s tweet-of-the-moment media environment fading ever-so slightly. So, if Mrs. Bachmann wished to remain a viable candidate in the GOP’s presidential insane (or is it inane?) clown posse, she had to match the craziness of frontrunner Rick Perry with her own special brand of hysterics.Read more ›
If the Obama presidency has taught us anything, it’s that his most vocal critics aren’t the most agreeable people. They sometimes don’t know what they believe in–or even why, but boy do they vigorously express that which they think Fox News wants them to believe in.Read more ›
For your Tea Party friends, who believe that the United State’s credit downgrade, from AAA to AA+ is a good thing, let the smartest guy in the room do the arguing for you (in a way that even they can understand).Read more ›
What a fascinating event this Tea Party sponsored debate on CNN was. Plain and simple,
the winner of the debate was everyone involved not named Gov. Rick Perry.
In an era filled with the shadows of debt and economic uncertainty, the issue of marriage continues to be a theological lightening rod within the realm of politics. But after a closer, more progressive examination, the matrimonial lightening rod feels just like the oppressive wet blanket that it has always been in regards to individual freedom.Read more ›
In case you didn’t have the stomach to watch last night’s Republican debate, BuzzFeed saved you the trouble by releasing this 45 second video which summarizes the debate perfectly.Read more ›
After watching the GOP Debate on MSNBC last night I realized that there were 8 very good reasons to vote for President Obama’s re-election in 2012. Those reasons are belowRead more ›