House Sends Bill Defunding Planned Parenthood to Senate

The Republican-led House of Representatives sent the Senate a bill that would cut key Obamacare provisions and block Planned Parenthood from receiving any federal funds for one year. The bill passed 240-189, and the House Republicans got smart, using a procedural trick to prevent the bill from being filibustered in the Senate. That means the […]

Five Reasons Why It’s Easy Being a Democrat

The media are describing the leadership resignation of John Boehner and the attempt to vote in a new Speaker of the House as “chaos among Republicans.” One RINO Republican described what’s going on with conservatives flexing (finally) their political muscles as a “banana republic.” In a banana republic the opposition would either be jailed or […]

Not Feeling the Love for Mia Love Right Now

I followed the campaign of freshman Congresswoman Mia Love over the past few years, although not closely. She seemed to be conservative, not to mention that she is both female and black, which doesn’t hurt in a day of bean counting politics. It’s really a darn shame that we even have to mention that she’s […]

Do You Want to Guess How Ignorant These Liberals Are?

You don’t have to be a genius to know how the government and/or governments of the United States works/work. We are a nation of states. Each state has its own constitution and elected officials. It was the original thirteen states that created the national government and gave it very specific and limited powers. The national […]

Liberal Toure Neblett Needs a Civics Lesson on Gerrymandering

Fact: The United States Senate and House of Representatives are different. But you would never know that if you listen to liberal pundit Toure Neblett. Neblett likes to tell everybody else what to think and believe. He’s often called on as an expert witness for the liberal cause. He’s the darling of the hip-hop culture. […]

Slavery Was Once the Law . . . We Should Have Just Accepted It

Movie actor George Clooney had this to say about ObamaCare: “People keep talking about how this has to be a great negotiation, but there isn’t any negotiating a law. We negotiate on all these other topics, but this was put into law, and [Obama] was reelected on it. It was reaffirmed, it was passed through […]

Why Voting is Still Important for Non-Romnians and Paulians

I keep telling my non-Romney voter friends and non-voters in general that it’s not all about the presidency. We have a Congress that can put a stop to much (even all) that a president proposes. The President can propose and Congress and dispose, if there are enough disposers in Congress. One thing a presidential election […]

Why the GOP Must Take Control of the US Senate

Currently, the GOP has a very tenuous grasp on the US House of Representatives with 242 seats compared to 193 Democrats.  It has been the only thing that has stopped the liberal Democratic Party from plunging America into worst ruination than we are in right now.  A number of freshman Republicans have done their best […]

House Republicans Trying to Protect Military Chaplains and Their Rights of Conscience

Last year, the Pentagon issued a directive to all military chaplains ordering them to be available to perform same sex marriages and unions for military personnel.  They were also ordered to make their facilities available for the homosexual ceremonies.  Another anti-Christian directive that came out of the Pentagon, which had to have been following the […]

Jobs and Economy: Who is Really Blocking Progress?

We constantly hear President Obama and the rest of the Democrats laying the blame on Republicans for the failure to pass any legislation to help the economy or create jobs.  They instantly blamed Republicans for the failure of the supercommittee when in reality both sides were equally unwilling to compromise on the issue of tax […]

Blue Dog Dems Side with GOP House on Balanced Budget Amendment

Within the halls of the House of Representatives, there exists an oxymoron known as the Blue Dog Democrats.  They are a coalition of about twenty-five House Democrats that are also conservatives, unlike the vast majority of Democrats that are as liberal as they come. House Republicans have been advancing a balanced budget amendment to the […]

TEA Party Challenging Rep. Boehner (R-OH) in Primary

Since taking over as Speaker of the House last year, Rep. John Boehner has done more to fall out of grace with conservative Republicans than he has to win their confidence.  The Tea Party has wanted to find someone to run against Boehner in the Republican primary largely because they feel he has not kept […]