Harry Reid Makes Sexist Generalizations—but It’s Ok, because They Were Positive Ones!

Terms are powerful things; labels, in particular, stick to people. This is something the left knows very well. When Barack Obama was running for President, everyone who criticized him was labeled “racist.” It didn’t matter if your disapproval stemmed from legitimate policy disagreement, you were still a racist—and that dead horse has been beaten for the last six years. Now that Hillary Clinton is running for President, sexism will be the new racism. Any critique of Clinton will be smacked with Read more […]

Those Who Think Senator Tom Cotton Is a Traitor Are a Cancer on Society

Edith Sitwell said: “I am patient with stupidity, but not with those who are proud of it.” I, on the other hand, am not patient with stupidity in any form—specifically when it comes to politics. Stupidity is ignorance intensified, and it has proven more dangerous to politics than any other force combined. Neither cunning, nor lies, nor laziness, nor power-hunger can bring to the political process as much destructive force as sheer stupidity. On March 9th, Republican Senator Tom Cotton — Read more […]

Pelosi Afraid to Say Whether Unborn Child is a Human Being

An unborn child is above her pay grade. She won’t say what it is. She’s afraid to commit either way. If she says that it is a human being, then she’d be openly admitting to supporting the murdering of human beings. If she says that it’s not a human being, then what is it and when does it become a human being? As usual, she talked an awful lot but didn’t actually say anything: This is like those cowardly Republicans who won’t answer questions about global warming. Speaking Read more […]

Bernie Sanders: Senate Votes on Truth of Global Warming

Does a Senate vote for man-made global warming make it true? Since science is now settled by consensus, what better way to make it really official than by putting it up for a vote in the Senate? That’s what Bernie Sanders is doing. He wants to make it the official position of the Senate that global warming is not only real, but is also caused by humans, namely those conservative humans who use petroleum products. The Hill reported: Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) said Tuesday Read more […]

Thank God For Ted Cruz, The Warrior We Need

Ted Cruz, and the few others like him, are all who are left on the front lines; they are the warriors. “You just need to be a flea against injustice. Enough committed fleas biting strategically can make even the biggest dog uncomfortable and transform even the biggest nation.” – Marian Wright Edelman What in your life is worth fighting for? For all of us, there are certain principles for which and people for whom we would fight to the death. Our children, siblings, parents, and friends, freedom, Read more […]

Dem. Senate Candidate Lies About Obama Allegiance Now Endorsed by Hillary

Kentucky Secretary of State Allison Lundergan Grimes has been running a very dishonest campaign here in the Blue Grass State. She has repeatedly tried to tell voters that she does not support Barack Obama’s policies, yet she has publicly supported Obama’s war on coal and his amnesty for illegal aliens. She has aired campaign ads saying that these claims are untrue, but other ads have been aired that actually show the video clips of her saying how she supports amnesty and did support Obama’s Read more […]

Top NH Democrat Endorses GOP Senate Candidate Scott Brown

Former US Senator Scott Brown from Massachusetts is making another run for the Senate, but this time in New Hampshire. He is challenging the Democratic incumbent Sen. Jeanne Shaheen. Many didn’t give Brown much of a chance of stealing Shaheen’s senate seat. On April 22, 2013, polls showed that Shaheen held a 49.5% to 36.3% lead over Brown. By January 1, 2014 she still held a 47.5% to 39.8% lead and on July 10, 2014 her lead was 52.7% to 45% over Brown. However, since then, Shaheen’s lead Read more […]

Dems To Use Ferguson Anger To Keep Senate

Ferguson anger may not be rational, but it is useful. “Motivation is the art of getting people to do what you want them to do because they want to do it.” – Dwight D. Eisenhower Elections are a tricky thing, especially when you’re lagging in the polls. More specifically, mid-term elections are a tricky proposition for Democrats because historically, demographics relied upon by Democrats are less likely to vote in mid-term elections versus presidential elections. According to The Washington Post: “Voters Read more […]

Senate Control Slipping Away from Democrats

The last thing Barack Obama wants to see happen is for the Democrats to lose control of the Senate. When he was first elected in 2008, the Democrats controlled both the Senate and the House. Within two years the American people started to turn away from Obama and Republicans won control of the House quite handily. In 2012, the gap between Democrats and Republicans in the Senate narrowed, but not enough to wrestle control away. With less than two weeks left before the 2014 midterm elections, it’s Read more […]

Dem Senate Candidate from KY Avoids Questions about Voting for Obama

Living in northern Kentucky, I’ve watched the Senate campaigns of GOP incumbent Mitch McConnell and his Democratic challenger Alison Lundergan Grimes. Eastern Kentucky’s economy relies heavily on the coal mining industry. Obama has been waging open warfare against the coal industry by trying to place so many expensive regulations on them that they are forced out of business. Without coal, Obama is hoping that will force power companies to turn to far more expensive green energy sources. Obama’s Read more […]

Polls Show Democrats Losing Grip on Senate Control

Going into this year’s midterm elections, Republicans would have to win six seats from the Democrats in order to take control over the Senate. This is harder than you think since only about a third of the 100 senate seats are up for election. With barely a month to go before Americans head to the polls, it appeared that Democrats had actually started to gain some ground in many of the polls. However this past week has seen a marked change in those polls that are now swinging to the Republican Read more […]

“Do-Nothing Congress” Has Passed 356 Bills That All Sit on Harry Reid’s Desk

The vast majority of those bills were passed by this “Do-Nothing Congress” with bipartisan support, and many of them were passed unanimously in the House. So, it sounds like we have more of a do-nothing Senate. Of course, liberals only call it a do-nothing Congress, because Republicans have the majority. If Democrats had the majority, liberals would call Congress the most productive in history. The Blaze reported: Al Sharpton and Ed Schultz have repeatedly bludgeoned their viewers with statistics Read more […]