Paul Ryan’s Speech to the Values Voters Summitt

Brevity, clarity and a strong dose of sincerity: Read more »

When Did Things Go Off the Rails for the Left?

There was a point in time…in the first year in Obama’s presidency…when the Dems changed their method of operation. For the longest time (decades actually), their method was subtle, slow, and inconspicuous. It worked. For many years. Obama changed the MO. His arrogance was too great to be able to continue the slow, but successful, […] Read more »

Red States Versus Blue States – Which Are More Charitable?

In a very interesting article published at the Fox News site, the subject of charity was surveyed. Here is the article: Residents in Republican-leaning states give more of their money to charity than those in Democrat-leaning states, according to a new study. The Chronicle of Philanthropy’s study released this week found the eight states with […] Read more »

Who Is Paul Ryan?

This video gives a good idea of what Paul Ryan believes and how he would go about fixing things. Read more »

A Prominent Liberal Reviews Obama’s Record

Here’s an opinion piece by Chuck Green (left) who writes “Greener Pastures” for the Aurora ( Colorado ) Sentinel…one of the more liberal papers in the country. Additionally, Mr. Green is a life long Democrat…so this is rather a stunning piece. Green: Obama Is a Victim of Bush’s Failed Promises Barack Obama is setting a record-setting number of records during his […] Read more »

Allen West Corrects the Record Regarding Democrats, Republicans and Black Americans

Allen West's speech to the House during Black History Month. If you believe the Democrats were instrumental in securing the various rights and freedoms for Black Americans, watch this video and be prepared to be seriously stunned. Read more »

An Open Letter to Ron Paul Supporters

By John Eberhard The United States is heading down a dangerous road. 50% of all U.S. households receive some kind of public assistance. Roughly the same percentage pay no taxes. Common sense says that that is mathematically unsustainable. But Democrats have bloated government spending and government borrowing to continue to fund unsustainable entitlements. And the […] Read more »

If I Wanted America to Fail

This is one superb video. It moves along quickly, but every point is compelling. Read more »

Get the Hell Out of My Life!

A close friend of mine told me the Republican candidates are not strong enough. I asked him what he meant by “strong enough.” “Well,” he said, “no one, except for the ocassional Newt outburst to a debate host, is stating our case strongly enough.” I said, “Are you saying there’s not enough emotion behind the […] Read more »

Subsidiarity…Big Word — Great Meaning!

I’m reading Imprimus, a publication of Hillsdale Collge. The article is about whether we need the Department of Education or not. The article mentions the word “subsidiarity.” The info given is: On a more philosophical level, the framers of America’s limited government had a broad allegiance to what Catholics call the principle of subsidiarity. In […] Read more »

Guess Who?

Guess who said the following: "We have tried spending money. We are spending more than we have ever spent before and it does not work." Was it Rush Limbaugh? Karl Rove? Mark Levin? Newt Gingrich? Not even close. It was Henry Morgenthau, Secretary of the Treasury under Franklin D. Roosevelt and one of FDR's closest […] Read more »

Back to Political Basics

By John Eberhard I recently spoke at a political forum in Glendale, CA. I decided, in light of the Occupy Wall Street protesters spouting Marxist complaints that were old 100 years ago, that it would be good to “get back to basics,” by which I mean taking a look at definitions of some of the […] Read more »

Message to Occupy Wall Streeters: “Bring it!”

You gotta love the Occupy Wall Street protesters.  They make it SO easy for the rest of us. They show up and protest. This is good. We cherish having the right to protest. We love when anyone exercises this right. But with the Occupy crowd, things started getting a bit rough around the edges. The […] Read more »