Archive for the ‘Elections’ Category

There’s no good in lobbying people to donate, volunteer, etc. if I don’t do it myself. Hence why I have made donations to Ted Cruz, Joe Walsh, Allen West, Jeff Flake Connie Mack, Richard Mourdock and Wendy Long. I encourage you to do the same, if you so desire. Mitt Romney will have enough cash […]


It would be too easy to give up. I immediately thought that after the U.S. Supreme Court ruled Obamacare was constitutional. I was beyond shocked at the decision. Not just because it’s blatantly obvious the Affordable Health Care Act is unconstitutional under the Commerce Clause.  But because Chief Justice John Roberts decided to make the […]


Stunned

28Jun12

Absolutely stunned. And Taxed Enough Already. Taxed E-freaking-nough Already.


In his recent weekend address, President Obama implores Congress to act on a bill to reduce college loans. While I can understand and appreciate the sentiment, I think the President is wrong how he wants to solve the problem. This is Obama regarding college loans: We know that one of the most important things we […]


Although Friday’s confrontation between President Obama and Daily Caller White House correspondent Neil Munro is getting more attention, the actual reason for what happened can’t be ignore. There are two major problems with President Obama’s announcement that the federal government will stop deporting student illegal immigrant and give them work permits. For one, it’s a […]


With the Tiger Woods fist pump By the way, I do feel kind of bad for Milwaukee Mayor Tom Barrett for getting slapped after conceding the recall election. Kudos to Barrett for keeping his cool there. Still a bizarre scene. And yes, those in the Twitter Gulag did hear about Walker’s win. Can’t keep that […]


The race for the GOP nomination for U.S. Senate in Texas is one I’ve been paying attention to for quite some time.  Tonight, Ted Cruz was able to get enough votes to force a July 31st runoff against Lieutenant Governor David Dewhurst. I think both would be good senators. However, in a world where the […]