Thad Cochran’s Dirty Victory

“In most other states, Cochran’s effort might seem odd. Why would Democratic-leaning voters want to choose the Republican candidate who hasn’t won less than 60 percent of the vote in any of his five previous re-election campaigns? Because the chances of a Democratic victory in the fall are slim, no matter whom Republicans nominate.” – Harry Enton I often complain about our electorate, and the unfortunate lack of information they seem to have when they turn off CNN, and mosey over to their Read more […]

Ron Paul: Let Crimea Secede

Any time some politician gets on his high horse and decides that something must be done to save some group of people halfway around the world while turning a blind eye to myriad other atrocities being committed all around the world, including our own country, you know that he’s got ulterior motives. We never really know what those motives are, whether it be some vested economic interests or maintaining our monetary hegemony, but we can be certain that their motives have absolutely nothing to do Read more […]

Adam Lanza Was A Ron Paul Supporter?

The legend of Adam Lanza just became a little more unbelievable. Supposedly, this scrawny kid was the “lone gunman” who shot his way through the front entrance of the school and shot some 150 rounds of ammo, killing 26 people with no apparent motive, except that he was affiliated with the NRA. Many of the victims were shot multiple times. Initial news reports showed other suspects fleeing the scene in the woods and one in custody, but they were let go for unspecified reasons, never to be brought Read more […]

Why Aren’t Democrats Ever Accused of Political Hypocrisy?

If you’ve been looking into politics for any length of time, you’ll notice that the most ideologically idealistic politicians are always the most susceptible to accusations of political hypocrisy. There are few political things more tenuous than the reputation of a Tea Party Republican. If you preach low taxes, small government, individual liberty, family values, and free market capitalism—and you are running against a mainstream incumbent in bed with a corrupt system—you better make sure Read more […]

Romney Admits 2012 Nomination Was Stolen

The new documentary Mitt, a Netflix original, is reigniting the almost smothered controversy over the 2012 Republican presidential nomination. There were an extraordinary number of GOP insiders and caucus members who smelled a rat. The trail of electioneering evidences from state to state is staggering. Many people believed that the nomination had been stolen from its deserving recipient—Ron Paul. Now, an offhand remark in Mitt seems to confirm that suspicion. According to Romney, someone from Read more […]

What They Call Capitalism Isn’t Capitalism At All

When most leftists and liberals decry the current American system, they talk about income inequality, corporate welfare, big business lobbying, and the like. They tend to call these things “the evils of capitalism” or something similar. Well, I have good news and bad news. The good news is that leftists and liberals are wrong to call these things capitalism. The bad news is that leftists and liberals are right to call these things wrong. America has become corporatist rather than capitalist. Read more […]

GOP Strategist: Ted Cruz Is “Having Bunny Sex”

Alex Castellanos is a GOP strategist. He says he’s got Ted Cruz figured out. Here’s what he said to Anderson Cooper, and it will likely leave you scratching your head: “A friend explained to me today, finally, what Ted Cruz is doing. And I finally understand: He’s having bunny sex. In nature, there are boom-and-bust cycles. The snowshoe hare, every 10 years, multiplies sixfold.” At this point, even Anderson Cooper is baffled. “Are you high?” he asks. Castellanos continues: “I’m Read more […]

The Federal Reserve Shows They Know The Obama Economy Is Dead

The big news yesterday was that the Federal Reserve was not going to “taper” their 85 billion dollars worth of bond purchases every month. The “money printing” will continue. The “Quantitative Easing” program that Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke cooked up was supposed to be a way to “get the economy going.” Once the economy was moving again, then, Bernanke told us, the QE could be ended—ended incrementally or “tapered.” But creating new money doesn’t actually create Read more […]

Ron Paul: Syria Intervention Would be “Reckless and Immoral”

It’s striking how much the media control people’s political opinions without people realizing it. Just a few years ago, only an “isolationist” would be opposed to U.S. military intervention in a foreign country for the sole purpose of “humanitarianism.” Way back in 2007, this is one of the very few interviews Sean Hannity did with Ron Paul. This particular exchange took place after one of the presidential debates: Hannity: Are you saying then that the world has no moral obligation, Read more […]

What We’re Reading August 3, 2013

We hope you’re having a great day wherever you are and that the news we dig up for you this morning helps you navigate the day more efficiently! It’s a busy world out there, and you don’t have a ton of free time to be doing Internet searches for the most important items of the day… lucky for you, we do. We drink gallons of coffee in an effort to stay awake long enough to scour the far reaches of the world wide web in an effort to bring you the most important, useful and useless information Read more […]

Peter King Shows GOP Desperate For Anything To Avoid Rand Paul Win

Peter King, a Republican congressman from New York state, claims that “people” have asked him to consider running for the Presidency in 2016. If that is true, then we see desperation running wild among establishment Republicans. What else could drive anyone to place their hopes in such a big-mouthed, untelegenic, mean, pompous candidate? The best sense I can make from it is that someone is spreading money to get GOP candidates who will make Jeb Bush appear moderate. That would be an interesting Read more […]

Ron Paul Mocks Dead Sniper

When the Ron Paul story first broke, I had no intention of writing anything about it, because first of all, I had no idea what to write. I read Ron Paul’s Tweet; thought it was deplorable; then went on with my day. But then, the story continued. Following justifiable public outrage, Ron Paul Tweeted again. This time, I couldn’t let it go. Following the point blank shooting and murder of the most prolific American sniper, Chris Kyle, Ron Paul issued his statement on the tragedy. He Tweeted: “Chris Read more […]