Colorado Voters about to Give Anti-Gun CO Governor the Boot

Colorado’s Governor John Hickenlooper is a true Obama disciple. He worked hard to help the state legislature pass strict anti-gun laws while at the same time legalizing the recreational use of marijuana. Hickenlooper was also supportive of Obama’s green energy agenda and signed several green energy bills into law that will surely have an impact on Colorado residents and businesses. Hickenlooper’s actions drove several gun related manufactures to other gun friendly states. The Outdoor Channel Read more […]

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 […]

44,000 Voters Registered in Both Virginia and Maryland

Every time I write about cases of voter fraud, at least one liberal challenges me saying the instances are so few that they are insignificant and have no bearing on the elections.   But it seems that every month I read about new findings that just keep adding more and more evidence that voter fraud if far more widespread than liberals want to admit. Nearly three weeks ago I wrote about thousands of cases of voter fraud that took place in North Carolina.  I reported that an audit revealed that Read more […]

Center For Reproductive Rights Makes Abortion Funny!

Winston Churchill said “The best argument against democracy is a five minute conversation with the average voter.” This quote applies to so many aspects of life; but above anything else, for me, this quote personifies the general publics’ understanding–or lack thereof–of abortion. A few days ago marked the 40th anniversary of Roe V Wade. Yesterday, I wrote about the most common arguments made by pro-choicers, and how to dissect them. Today, I want to talk about The Center for Reproductive Rights. The Read more […]

How to Prevent Americans from Voting Themselves More Money Without Instituting a Poll Tax

In the aftermath of last month’s election, an Electoral College map from CNN had been circulating conservative blogs, showing what the map would have looked like had only taxpayers voted. It showed that Mitt Romney would have won the election with 441 Electoral College votes to Barack Obama’s 206. When I first saw the map, I was floored at the disparity between the real results and the potential results, and I felt great anger at the injustice of such a voting system that allowed people to Read more […]

Blaming Obama, “the Prince Of Fools”

Everything is not Barack Obama’s fault and I think our President knows that the days of blaming George Bush for our nation’s economic mess are over. In fact, the mess we are in belongs to the American people and while we are busy pointing fingers to make ourselves feel more self-righteous, the traditional American culture and its principles are becoming a thing of the past. Freedom gives each and every American the right to vote for and pledge allegiance to any ideology they wish. At the moment Read more […]

Why the Left hates voter I.D. laws

Barack Obama cast his vote for the presidency on Thursday, becoming the first president to exercise his early voting right. This wouldn’t really be newsworthy if it weren’t for this little tidbit of information: in order to cast his vote, president Obama had to provide his photo identification to a voting official. We live in a world that requires photo I.D. to do practically everything; buying movie tickets, signing up for college classes, getting a job, buying a car, buying a house, and a million Read more […]

Obama Voters Turning to Romney After Second Debate

Everyone, even most Democrats, declared Mitt Romney the winner after the first presidential debate.  Many polls started to swing Romney’s way.  However, the winner of the second debate has not been as clearly established as in the first debate.  Some say that Romney won the second debate and others declared Barack Obama the winner. Historically, experts say that the debates have little effect on changing voters’ minds, but this may be the year when they have a greater impact than usual.  Read more […]