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While it’s too early to say who will be nominated to run for the Republican candidate for president, two names are emerging: Jeb Bush and Scott Walker.  The former is a RINO in the worst sense (and would betray American with his illegal immigration stance) while the later has a successful track record of running a state.  Liberals would rather see one of the...

Listening to Charlie Rose on my way home the other night I kept hearing the same thing over and over from the “panel” members (corrupt Liberal journolists): Now that Republicans are in charge… will they be able to govern? Democrats have been trying many alternate stories on for size since they had their ass handed to them by the voters: The vote...

Mid-term elections – especially if one person has been president for 6 years – almost always result in the ruling party taking a hammering.  But this mid-term was different because not only did Democrats lose seats in both the House and Senate but they also lost governorships in key strongholds like Illinois, Maryland, and Massachusetts and states that...

For one day we can gloat. ...

I knew I wouldn’t be voting for Barack Obama when I heard his exchange with Joseph Wurzelbacher when he said: My attitude is that if the economy’s good for folks from the bottom up, it’s gonna be good for everybody. I think when you spread the wealth around, it’s good for everybody. It was at that instant that I knew Obama was bad news but, because...

Republican Congressman Thad Cochran was re-elected at an estimated 30,000 Democrats rushed to cast votes for him over Tea Party challenger Chris McDaniel.  House Republican Majority Leader Eric Cantor was tossed out during his primary by a Tea Party candidate and it looked as is Cochran would meet the same fate – until Democrats came to his rescue. Cochran likely thought he was a goner so he reached out to Democrats: To enlarge the runoff electorate — which increased by more than 30,000 votes from the primary — Cochran and...

It is almost unthinkable in American politics for a House Majority Leader to lose in a primary fight to a political unknown.  Cantor’s opponent spend $200,000 while Cantor himself spent in excess of $1,000,000.  And he lost by 11% to an economist at Randolph-Macon College. We won’t be sad to see Cantor gone.  He was leading the charge towards granting amnesty to illegal aliens, perhaps as early as this Summer. Let us hope the other Republicans take notice. And it’s funny how we keep hearing – from Liberals and...

Supposedly the Liberal media quoted Bundy “out of context” to make him appear like a racist so he could be discredited.  There was talk of an “unedited” tape proving Bundy loved the Negro.  So, here are his unedited remarks (italicized are the “original” quotes): … and so what I’ve testified to you — I was in...

Posted on Apr 24 2014 - 10:45pm by Harrison
Comments Off on Cliven Bundy and the “Negro”

Bundy was on his way to becoming a populist hero.  He waged a 20+ year battle with the Federal Government over who really controls the land.  Bundy’s struggle highlighted the folly of environmental policy that often places bugs and varmints over men and women.  And it wasn’t just Bundy who was fighting the “fight.”  Several states have...

Posted on Apr 19 2014 - 11:11pm by Harrison
Comments Off on President Ronald Reagan’s Easter and Passover Address to the Nation from 1983

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Posted on Apr 7 2014 - 9:17pm by Harrison
Comments Off on Jeb Bush’s Illegal Immigration “Stance” Is What’s Wrong with Him, and the Future of the Republican Party

RINO Jeb Bush said in a speech that some people come to this country illegally “out of love.” The way I look at this is someone who comes to our country because they couldn’t come legally, they come to our country because their families — the dad who loved their children — was worried that their children didn’t have food on the table. And they wanted to make sure their family was intact, and they crossed the border because they had no other means to work to be able to provide for their family. Yes, they broke...

The CEO of Mozilla, Bendan Eich, was forced to resign the other day because pro-gay marriage activists discovered he had donated $1,000 of his own money towards keeping marriage between a man and a woman.  His donation was legal – it was his own money – but he lost his job because of it.  Liberals call this a “victory” while Conservatives are calling for a boycott of Mozilla, who makes the semi-popular Firefox web browser. Had Eich donated $1,000 in support of gay marriage I doubt he would have lost his job....

Posted on Mar 11 2014 - 11:06pm by Harrison
Comments Off on Republican Win in Florida Not So Jolly for Democrats

Republican David Jolly won a special House election in Florida despite being heavily outspent by his Democratic opponent.  The race was widely seen as a test of the Fall elections, the popularity of Obamacare, and President Obama himself.  Out of 183,000 votes, Jolly won by only 3,400. Before the election it was feared that the Libertarian candidate would draw off...

This is what “bridgegate” reminds me of: What this is really about is that Democrats see Christie as a “threat” and many Republicans view him as a traitor for his embrace of Obama after the hurricane: ...

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