It seems the fate of the Nation may come down to who can read a single declarative sentence and understand what it was actually meant to say. left or right, that still is one key ingredient of civilization. Yesterday, in Halbig v Burwell, the DC Appeals Court ruled Obamacare “…does not authorize theRead More
Continue reading A Nation under Laws or a Nation under Ideology?
GOP candidates who viciously attack their own primary opponents not only do the Left’s dirty work, but break the rules of conservatism.
Continue reading Ronald Reagan and the Eleventh Commandment
(Photo credit: Mail Online from a separate story than the one cited here.) And can the Democrat Party survive if he does? Recently, you’ve seen a growing number of liberal writers conceding what conservatives have always known, that “Obama has checked out’. Not agonizing, not whining, but mater-of-factly conceding. Often excused as merely being detached,Read More
Continue reading The Fight of the Century, Obama vs His Job; Can He Make it Through the End of His term?
Ken Cuccinelli, President of the Senate Conservatives reports about The Shameful Seven. Seven Republican senators have now been linked to the racial attacks against conservative Chris McDaniel in Mississippi. The financial report for Thad Cochran’s super PAC was released earlier this week and contains two alarming details. First, it showsRead More
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The graphic shows how the annual food stamp benefits paid has risen from 1 million in 1970 to 76 million in 2013, and the rise was not a gradual one. The annual benefits actually dipped during the time Reagan and Clinton were in office, and they never hit 30 millionRead More
Continue reading Oh SNAP! We have a huge overpayment error
The pregnant question is: What on earth would Barack Obama actually do with that $3.7B he’s asking for from Congress? He says it’s to manage the logistics of rounding up, holding hearings, and administratively dealing with those 77,000 unaccompanied children found ineligible for permission to stay in the United States? And I assume,Read More
Continue reading Skating on Thin ICE; For Want of a Paper Trail