Donald Trump saved us from Hillary Clinton and the Leftist cabal in 2016. Like so many past victories won by the GOP and its supporters, a won battle is believed to be a won war. It’s not. I saw the same thing happen in 1980 when Ronald Reagan wiped out the
WND reports that “over the weekend, Palestinians in Gaza fired hundreds of rockets into Israel, and Israel responded with strategic attacks on terrorist camps. It’s happened before and likely will again. But a prominent rabbi warns that one of these times, it’s not going to end easily, because it will
There is no way to please or appease the Democrats. It’s about time the Republicans learn this lesson. If the Ford-Kavanaugh hearing and subsequent delay tactics have done is expose the Democrats as a power-hungry mob. they can’t wait to get their hands on the reins of political power again. Democrats
The first thing I like about Pres. Trump is that he defeated Hillary Clinton. I can’t imagine what it would be like today if Hillary had won. I’m convinced that all the shenanigans the Clintons were involved in over the years, especially this latest Russian uranium deal, were done because
The Democrats have all of a sudden taken an interest in Russia. Where were they when Hillary and Bill Clinton were making big bucks with the Russians when she was Secretary of State? Are we to believe that there was no quid pro quo?: 1. Hillary Clinton approved the transfer
Ronald Reagan was not the perfect President, but he knew how to control an audience and put down a heckler. He wasn’t afraid to speak from the heart and the gut. While Donald Trump is wrong on so many issues, he is right on the way he has taken on
“Sunday on Fox News Channel’s ‘Fox & Friends’ Republican presidential front-runner Donald Trump said if the Democratic front-runner Hillary Clinton attacks him as sexist, it is ‘fair game’ to bring up her husband former President Bill Clinton’s indiscretions.” (H/T: Breitbart) This is why people like Trump, even though they know he’s not
The following three sentences from Ben Domenech’s article “The New Star Wars Trailer, Analyzed” caught my attention: The internet comment threads are filled with frustrated confusion about this. How can people forget about the Jedi a mere thirty years after they orchestrated the collapse of the Empire? Did they all
Earlier this month, former Minnesota Republican Congresswoman Michele Bachmann, declared “that the nuclear agreement reached between Iran, the United States and five other world powers is nothing more than the fulfillment of End Times prophecy found in the Bible, and added that the world will likely see the ‘strong right
Never in my wildest dreams did I ever think the day would come that I would agree with Democrat operative James “The Ragin’ Cajun” Carville. But I’m with him on this one. We don’t need, and hopefully the majority of Americans agree, and we don’t want another Bush in the
President Obama said “you didn’t build that.” And since under his delusional view of the world, what has not been built by us should be controlled by the State to keep the State empowered. Ronald Reagan captured the essence of this type of thinking when he said: “Government’s view of
A call to divide California into six states is getting a lot of attention. “Silicon Valley venture capitalist Tim Draper claims ‘political representation of California’s diverse population and economies has rendered the state nearly ungovernable.’” The office of California’s Secretary of State gave the go head to collect petition signatures.
Republican candidate for Congress in Montana, state Sen. Ryan Zinke, compared former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton to the antichrist. Hillary Clinton is a real threat to liberty and freedom in the world, but is she the biblical antichrist? “At his campaign kickoff event, according to the Bigfork Eagle, Zinke
Republicans are always portrayed as being against anything the Democrats propose, and this includes ObamaCare. As the saying goes, “You can’t beat something with nothing.” The GOP comes across as naysayers with few viable alternatives. Part of the problem for Republicans is that they are generally against government solutions. It’s
There are some classic Ronald Reagan moments. The most memorable is probably his “Mr. Gorbachev, tear down this wall!” from his speech at the Brandenburg Gate near the Berlin Wall on June 12, 1987. But his most succinct comment was in San Diego, November 3, 1980: “Aw shut up.” Reagan
A friend sent me an image of King George III with the following text layered over the image. It reads: “You mean to tell me that we can tax them for NOT buying tea?” Can you imagine how much money could be raised by taxing people for not doing something?
The 1980 presidential election fooled a lot of pollsters. Ronald Regan got 50.7% of the vote, while Jimmy Carter received 41%, John Anderson brought up the rear with 6%, and lesser known candidates made up the difference. It was a blowout in the popular vote department. In terms of Electoral
I keep telling my non-Romney voter friends and non-voters in general that it’s not all about the presidency. We have a Congress that can put a stop to much (even all) that a president proposes. The President can propose and Congress and dispose, if there are enough disposers in Congress.