1. Wayne Allyn Root: Could Giuliani Be Onto Something?
2. Brian Sussman: Droughts, Water Shortages and the Keystone Pipeline
3. Bill Tatro: The President's Love
4. Michelle Seiler-Tucker: Playing Politics with the Dept. of Homeland Security
5. John LeBoutillier: 'Fox Primary' is Key to Winning GOP Nomination
Could Giuliani Be Onto Something?
Is it a stretch to say someone, especially an American president, doesn’t seem to love America, when he shows loves and support for communist Cuba and the Castro brothers... but shows nothing but disdain for Israel? Is it a stretch to say someone, especially an American president, doesn’t seem to love America when he meets with gusto the head of Jihad-supporting, radical Muslim-supporting Qatar, but refuses to meet with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu? What about when he opens a White House terrorist summit with Muslim prayer, includes primarily Muslim participants, and warmly welcomes the head of Russia’s spy agency (formerly known as the KGB), while excluding the head of America’s FBI? [more...]
Droughts, Water Shortages and the Keystone Pipeline
Out here in California we’ve got a serious drought and there’s a critical water shortage. However, the water shortage is completely manmade. Thanks to the environmentalists and their liberal co-conspirators in our state legislature, water storage in California has not kept up with a steady population increase and the associated water demand. In fact, in recent years some of the state's more significant dams have been deconstructed, forcing hundreds of nearby farms to close down operations. Were it not for the eco-freaks, California could have built many more dams and reservoirs and therefore be adequately prepared for times of drought. But instead we’ve been forced to roll over, accept the water shortage and employ extreme conservation methods, or face significant fines. And let's talk about the now vetoed Keystone Pipeline! [more...]
The President's Love
By Bill Tatro
The latest brouhaha comes from Rudy Giuliani’s comment last week that President Obama didn't love America. Media attacks, political cold shoulders and even death threats have been the order of the day for the former New York City mayor. Regardless of what's in the President’s heart, known only to him, the real issue is the reaction of mainstream media to a citizen of the United States expressing his opinion. James Madison, the godfather of the Bill of Rights is probably rolling over in his grave as the mayor's exercise of his First Amendment is being trashed. Lincoln was called a baboon. Jackson was called a backwoodsman. FDR, a socialist. Nixon, a crook, Bush a Nazi - all because under the First Amendment, they could be. [more...]
Playing Politics with the Dept. of Homeland Security
The notion that Congress might actually shut down the Department of Homeland Security as part of a broader fight over President Obama’s immigration policies seemed ridiculous just a few weeks ago, but the current standoff in Congress could force the Department of Homeland Security to shut down this week. With just days remaining until funding for the Homeland Security agency runs out, it’s looking more and more like reality. Late last year, Congress approved a $1.1 trillion spending bill that would support Homeland Security only until this month’s end in order to repeal and work against stopping President Obama’s executive action that aims to legally protect immigrants from being deported. All the money being used to support his decision, though, falls under Homeland Security. Feels like deja vu. [more...]
'Fox Primary' is Key to Winning GOP Nomination
Have you noticed something a bit odd and seemingly inexplicable: How and why does long-since retired and out-of-office former Gov. Mike Huckabee (R-Ark.) appear at or near the top of most national GOP polls - seven years after the last time he ran for office? And why does former Gov. Jeb Bush (R-Fla.) not poll particularly well - even with the high name I.D. he has - especially compared to his older brother, President George W. Bush, at a similar time in 1999, one year before the caucuses and primaries? [more...]