Which group of Americans promotes ideological cronyism within the judicial system, conservatives or liberals?Read more ›
Rick Perry is arguably in a lot of political trouble over the name of a camp, and with good reason, any use of the ‘n’ word is an unnecessary and offensive relic of an ugly past. Is this sort of racial insensitivity unique to Texas or even the South?Read more ›
This is a spoof of Hank Williams Jr.’s comparison of President Obama to Adolf Hitler.Read more ›
Arguably, the most striking aspect of Gov. Rick Perry is the vast amount of Texas, political machismo that oozes from his GOP/Tea Party pores. He soared into the race for GOP nominee and continued to soar as he perched himself at the top of the pile; doing it so effortlessly that he almost made it look automatic. But as we all know from our sorted, political history, the past has an uncanny, gravitational way of pulling things back down to earth.Read more ›
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 ›
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 ›
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 ›
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.
Perry takes advice from Death to advance his career as a Republican politician.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 ›
Hollywood is one of the most hated institutions among conservatives. Conservatives have long written off Hollywood as a liberal establishment, and accuse the acting world of making movies that have a liberal bias. So what movies do conservatives hate? Here are 25 movies that conservatives hate and why.Read more ›
Voting ‘with the heart’ is just a polite way of saying ‘voting without knowing the candidate or the issues and not caring enough to do so.’Read more ›
Are you pulling your hair out over Republican hypocrisy and deception? You need some comedic relief! Get some from 34 musings about the beliefs of typical Fox News fans.Read more ›