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Lord Monckton Visits The Woodlands, Admires Civic Involvement of U.S. Citizens, Debunks Global Warming Alarmists

Last week I had the opportunity to interview Lord Monckton in The Woodlands, Texas, during a brief stop he made in the course of his recent trip to the U.S. In our meeting, Lord Monckton spoke in depth about three topics. For starters, he debunked man-caused global warming, illustrating that the U.N. climate models have dismally failed in their climate forecasts over a 15-year period and outlining the flawed arguments that global warming alarmists are attempting to use. He expounded on basic finance laws and how students today are no longer taught basic logic, including financial logic, and he raised some questions about digital defects apparent in Obama's birth certificate and suggested that he is just as eligible as Obama to run for president.   Read more »

at May 29, 2012 10:32 AM
       

What Hilary Rosen Meant to Say About Stay at Home Moms

Ever since Hilary Rosen derided Ann Romney about her capacity to offer economic advice to her Presidential candidate husband Mitt Romney, Democrats have scrambled to denounce her remarks. Rosen is a paid CNN Commentator who has visited the Obama White House more times (35) than the former head of America’s troops in Iraq and Afghanistan General David Petraeus (9 times), more times than Energy Secretary Stephen Chu (16 times), and more times than Former CIA Director and current Secretary of Defense Leon Panetta (12 times).   Read more »

at Apr 17, 2012 3:12 PM
       

Where are the adults in the Democrat Party? Do they have any honorable leaders remaining?

By now you have likely viewed the video made by James O’Keefe as part of his Project Veritas, in which a Washington D.C. Election Clerk offers a Caucasian undercover conservative activist the opportunity to vote as Eric Holder, the United States Attorney General, who is black. (The same AG who said that in-person voter fraud is not a problem in our country—as

at Apr 12, 2012 9:14 AM
       

The Supreme Constitution and Activist Political Pressure

The long awaited oral arguments before the Supreme Court on the subject of the constitutionality of the Obamacare legislation are over, and the Justices are securely ensconced in the halls and offices of the Supreme Court conducting their discussions, and at this point, likely drafting a myriad of majority, concurring, and dissenting opinions.   Read more »

at Apr 11, 2012 9:37 AM
       

The (Second) Most Important Election in America in 2012

Last week a Wisconsin judge set May 8th, 2012, for Wisconsin’s recall election, which will decide whether to remove Republican Governor Scott Walker, along with the State’s GOP Lt. Governor and four GOP state senators, from office. That recall election, less than 8 weeks away, is viewed by many as a bellwether on the power of public unions to resist the efforts of government to rein in out-of-control collective bargaining contract obligations and expectations.   Read more »

at Mar 22, 2012 9:30 AM
       

Is the IRS Using Your Tax Dollars to Harass Conservative Political Organizations?

Numerous news outlets reported recently that conservative coalitions and organizations from Hawaii to Virginia, including Tea Party groups, the Ohio Liberty Council, the Kentucky 9/12 project, and many others that applied to the IRS over the last two plus years for tax exempt status under Section 501(c)(3) or 501(c)(4), have received IRS information requests that are unusual in the breadth and depth of information the powerful federal tax collector   Read more »

at Mar 5, 2012 4:08 PM
       

Dangerous (to the Democrat Party) American “Sleeper-Cells”

In North Texas, conservative African American voters, a small but growing chorus of them, are finding their voice and their message. Even more exciting, they are talking about how that message can be conveyed, so it will be heard, contemplated and embraced.

On Tuesday I attended the monthly meeting of the African American Republican Club of Collin County (AARCCC), headed by President Angela Tucker. Ms. Tucker is a lawyer and also a candidate for State District

at Feb 23, 2012 5:48 PM
       

A Black Dallas Conservative Dares to Speak

On Saturday February 11th, participants in a leadership conference in Dallas attended by Nation of Islam spokespersons, local and national Korean-American leaders including the Korean Society of Dallas, NAACP officials, and representatives of black and Latino advocacy groups, discussed a South Dallas incident that happened on December 9th of last year. The incident, which sparked racial and ethnic tensions, involved a verbal altercation between a Korean gas station owner,

at Feb 16, 2012 5:05 PM
       

Fifteen Facts ….. for Renewed Enthusiasm for Rick Santorum

A few days ago my high school friend who is an active Republican in Tampa, Florida sent me a Facebook message regretting her early primary vote for Romney, wishing she’d voted for Rick Santorum. Her sentiment joined a growing chorus.

Last year we had the opportunity to sit down at a small lunch meeting with Rick Santorum and, along with about 12 other guests, ask him questions about his views, policies and ideas. A conservative policy person’s dream! My husband and I left impressed that Rick Santorum is exceptionally well informed both politically and historically speaking,

at Feb 8, 2012 8:32 AM
       

(VIDEO) Interview with Texas State House candidate Matt Rinaldi February 1st, 2012

Recently I sat down to interview Matt Rinaldi, Republican candidate for the Texas State House, District 115.

Matt is well known in Texas Republican circles as a hard-working conservative activist, an exceptionally energetic candidate and Party supporter, and a welcome young face in the Republican world. He is the son of an Italian immigrant, and an unabashed and passionate conservative.   Read more »

at Feb 6, 2012 1:10 PM
       

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