Benghazi Should Cost Obama the Election

Have you wondered why the White House and State Department have released so little information on what really happened at Benghazi, Libya on September 11 that cost the lives of 4 brave Americans? On Wednesday, former Speaker of the House Newt Gingrich told Greta Van Susteren on Fox News On the Record, that the latest […]

My Experience with Red-Meat Journalism

I’ve had first-hand experience with the media. Most of it has not been good Some years ago I was interviewed by Tad Friend for New York Magazine. The title of the article was, “Does America Hate New York. . . Or Has it Just Stopped Caring?” The cover of the magazine carried a more provocative, […]

Supreme Dictator Barack Obama Bypasses Congress AGAIN To Change Law

Our Founding Fathers purposely established a three branch government so that no one person or group of people would end up with absolute power.  To pass a new law, it would take both the House of Representatives and the Senate to pass the same bill and then it has to be signed into law by […]

Kentucky Dems Send Uneasy Message to President Obama

Yesterday I told you that no dead people voted at my precinct.  As I watched the election results here in Kentucky, I saw a very interesting thing take place. On the Republican ballot there were four names to choose from for president: Mitt Romney, Newt Gingrich, Ron Paul and Rick Santorum.  Voters also had a […]

It’s Time for Rick Santorum and Newt Gingrich to End this Madness

I debated between framing this article as a sort of “open letter to Rick Santorum and Newt Gingrich” or else just a regular piece written to those who happen to be reading it. I have opted for the latter, but I sure wouldn’t mind if Rick and Newt were reading it. We are standing at […]

Could Rick Santorum Beat Mitt Romney if Newt Gingrich and Ron Paul Drop Out of Race?

If you’ve been watching the caucuses, primaries and polls as I have, perhaps you may be asking yourself the same question: could Rick Santorum beat Mitt Romney if Newt Gingrich and Ron Paul were to drop out of the race? To start with, I find it interesting that the overall delegate count runs completely opposite […]

Don’t Lose Hope Living Under Obama (or Romney)

Conservatives are getting disillusioned. The Republican candidates are not inspiring a majority of voters. The candidates are attacking one another rather than the real target – the Marxist policies of Barack Obama. The one good thing about the wrangling is that it’s making Mitt Romney sound more conservative. He’s taking more conservative positions in order […]

The Truth Behind the Attack on Newt

The latest Newt-Reagan flap has me boiling. I’ve been in the debate business a long time, and if it’s one thing I’ve learned it’s this: Tell the truth about your opponent. As much as you might believe your opponent’s position is wacko, don’t lie about it or misrepresent it. It’s not ethical, and it will […]

John F. McManus on the Real Gingrich

The strategy of most politicians for election or re-election is based on the short memory span of their voters. Or the ignorance of the voters concerning the real record and the real ideology of a politician. That’s why a political system needs those that will sound the alarm when a politician deliberately misleads the voters […]

What’s Happened to Ann Coulter?

On a Sunday morning appearance on “Fox & Friends,” conservative columnist Ann Coulter tried unsuccessfully to explain why Romney got beaten by Newt Gingrich in the South Carolina GOP presidential primary. Here’s what she said: “Apparently, South Carolinians would rather have the emotional satisfaction of a snotty remark toward the president than to beat Obama in the […]

CNN Debate Moderator Extremely Biased

Thursday night CNN hosted the final debate between the Republican presidential candidates prior to today’s South Carolina primary. The debate was moderated by CNN’s John King. Throughout the debate, King’s biases shown as brightly as the spotlights blinding the candidates. To begin with, the seating for each candidate’s staff, volunteers and supporters was arranged in […]