John Boehner and Mitch McConnell Are Destroying Our Republic

We need to be saved from John Boehner and Mitch McConnell. According to, a “false dilemma,” or “bifurcation” is a logical fallacy that occurs “when only two choices are presented yet more exist, or a spectrum of possible choices exists between two extremes. False dilemmas are usually characterized by ‘either this or that’ language, but can also be characterized by omissions of choices.” We’ll get back to this later. The Republican Party has reached a tipping point; Read more […]

Surprise: Rich Donors Leaned Democrat in the Midterms

Well, the data is in, and it is clear yet again: the really rich donors leaned Democrat this midterm election. With all the propaganda pouring out of the mills about Republican Super PACs, and Citizens United, and the Koch brothers, and GOP cronyism, and blah blah blah, you would think that the only supporters of the Democrats were grassroots donors and individuals in the poor and middle class. Nope. Other way around, it seems: The two biggest super PACs of 2014? Senate Majority PAC and House Majority Read more […]

Congressional Black Caucus Chairman: We Lost Midterms Because of Southern, White Racism

The Chair(wo)man of the Congressional Black Caucus is playing the race card. Her name is Marcia Fudge. Yes, that is her real name. (Is it racist of me to think that it’s kind of funny that the head of the Black Caucus is named Fudge?) And why is there a Congressional Black Caucus anyway? Can you imagine the scandal that would be given wall-to-wall coverage if white Republicans got together and formed the Congressional White Caucus? This is why it’s funny to me that the head of this Congressional Read more […]

Why Americans Hate Incumbents Yet Still Re-Elect Them

In a recent article, PolitiFact ran the data and apparently the approval rating for Congress is around 14%, yet the incumbent re-election rate is around 95%. Just in case you just suffered blunt force trauma to the head, let me explain why that statistic is odd. It means potential voters overwhelmingly hate the people who are currently in office, and yet actual voters overwhelmingly re-elect those same despised individuals. That is odd, to say the least. But what exactly does it mean? I think Read more […]

Poll Shows Public Doubts if Obama Will Work with GOP

After the Republicans won control of Senate and gained more seats in the House, Barack Obama told the American people that he wants to work with them to get things done. I recall him saying something similar in 2010 when the Republicans won control of the House, splitting control of Congress with the Democrats. Yet in the four years since that time, Obama has refused to work with the GOP House. He has repeatedly insisted that they cave in to his demands or he would veto everything that they sent Read more […]

Wendy Davis Blames Loss on Ebola

The Wendy Davis campaign is offering up excuses as to why they lost to Greg Abbot, and one is that the Ebola scare drove Republicans to the polls. Writing for Breitbart, Kristin Tate reported: Speaking on behalf of Davis’ campaign, Communications Director Zac Petkanas told the Wall Street Journal, “The losses that you are seeing in very blue states are simply amplified in states like Texas where there is already a structural advantage for Republicans,” he said. The Journal added that, “Another Read more […]

Liberals Blame White Women for Wendy Davis’s Loss

Wendy Davis’s loss must be blamed on anyone but herself. Wendy Davis, the Abortion Barbie in Texas, rose to prominence using her pink shoes and catheter. She was the latest and greatest thing to grace the feminists’ and pro-abortion activists’ stage. But she lost handily to Greg Abbot, whose wheelchair Davis was all too willing to mock in her desperate campaign ads against him. Quite embarrassingly, Davis lost the female vote. But it wasn’t all women’s fault, according to liberals. Read more […]

Why Your Vote Counts … And Doesn’t Matter

If you tuned in to the election results coverage after the midterm elections, you probably heard this quite often: “See how close these races were? Anyone who says your vote doesn’t count really needs to look at this election. Your vote counts. There’s no doubt about that now.” It’s true. If you wanted Republicans in office rather than Democrats, or vice versa, your vote certainly did make a difference. Yet, according to data cited by Obama and other sore losers, two-thirds of potential Read more […]

Liberals Scramble To Praise Obama After Mid-Term Disaster, Part 2

Liberals must praise their god; it is a matter of religious conviction. It was Thomas Paine who said that “to argue with a man who has renounced the use and authority of reason is like administering medicine to the dead.” Many times it can feel fruitless to try and convince those who believe in amnesty, abortion on demand, universal healthcare, and spreading the wealth around, that what they believe is not only incoherent, but destructive. There are those who will defend to the teeth the leaders Read more […]

Oregon’s New State Motto ‘Legal to Get High & Die’?

In 1994, voters in Oregon passed the Death with Dignity Act, making the Pacific northwestern state the first in the US to allow doctor assisted suicide. An injunction held up the implementation of the act until 1997 when it went into effect. This has made a lot of headlines this past week with the assisted suicide death of 29 year old Brittany Maynard. She was suffering from stage four brain cancer known as a glioblastoma. Maynard and her husband moved to Oregon so she could choose the time of Read more […]

Man Arrested for Exercising Second Amendment While Voting

No Second Amendment for Voters? A man was arrested on Tuesday for carrying a handgun while visiting his polling location to cast his votes. According to The Blaze: After he walked through the doors at an Alabama polling place Tuesday morning, open-carry activist Robert Kennedy Jr. had a choice to make: Turn around and put his loaded .357 Magnum Taurus revolver in his vehicle or get arrested. Chatting with a sheriff’s deputy in the lobby of Pelham’s First Baptist Church Annex, Kennedy chose Read more […]

Time for GOP to Put Up or Shut Up

Ever since the Democrats took control of Congress in 2006 and then the White House in 2008, Republicans have been complaining. Obamacare has been one of their biggest complaints. Republicans have been against the forced penalties for Americans that don’t have health insurance. They’ve been against many of the taxes imposed by Obamacare along with the high costs of healthcare and reduction in quality of coverages. They’ve also complained about some parts of the employer mandate and how it Read more […]