My Vote for Trump: Earned Rather than Automatic (Part 2 of 2)

In last week’s post, I explained why Donald Trump is virtually no different than Hillary Clinton on virtually every issue. The Republican Party has, this time around, finally reached the bottom of the barrel and is now on the precipice of nominating someone that is virtually indistinguishable from the Democratic front runner.

My Vote for Trump: Earned Rather than Automatic (Part 1 of 2)

If you were (or are) a Ted Cruz supporter, by now you have no doubt been given “the lecture.” It is the same lecture we conservatives consistently receive every four years around this time. The lecture, usually delivered by a sanctimonious and self-appointed fellow “conservative” Republican goes something like this: “Gee, I am really sorry […]

The Upcoming Republican Primary & Roe’s 43rd Anniversary

It has been 43 years since the infamous Roe v. Wade decision was handed down. This decision has been rightly criticized as bad Constitutional law. In it, our Supreme Court “discovered” a Constitutional right for a woman to procure an abortion. Prior to 1973, no United States court had ever seen such a right. In […]

The New Intolerance (Part 6)

Leftist Intolerance Ever since I can remember, the political left in general and the gay rights movement in particular has always cloaked itself in arguments and language calling for greater diversity, tolerance, and pluralism in American society. My, how times are changing! Now as the left is inching ever closer to winning the culture war, […]

The Imminency of Yet Another Government Power Grab

And This Time the Internet is at Stake Our world is about to change for the worse. Tomorrow the three Democrat majority on the FCC will most likely vote to allow the government to regulate the Internet in the same way it regulates broadcast television and telecoms. Such a move will grant to the government […]