Recommended Reading – “Decision Points”


When George W. Bush’s long awaited memoirs, “Decision Points,” hit bookstores earlier this month, it was like the Internet slowed down … for just a day or so. The book shot to the top of sales charts as both supporters and detractors of the controversial president rushed to get their hands on a copy. Though … Continue reading

Red Eye: Why Does Sean Bielat Hate The Wizard of Oz?


Most people look forward to Fridays. Not me. See, there are no new episodes of “Red Eye” on the weekends. I’m often left sitting in my small apartment, clutching my stuffed unicorn (that I call GregAndyBill … sort of a conservative version of ManBearPig, if you will) and counting the hours until that sweet, sweet … Continue reading

Red Eye: Paladino NOT Pal O’ Dorothy


First off, the title for this post was directly stolen from TV’s Andy Levy, who used it at the beginning of the most recent episode of “Red Eye.” It was too good not to use. Second, and most important, could people please stop talking about teh geyhs? If you believe some conservative estimates, between 1-3% … Continue reading

Red Eye: Have You Taken the Pledge?


This week, the Republican party released A Pledge to America: a 45 page document renewing its committment to return to Constitutional principles and fiscal conservatism. As one might expect, some people are skeptical. “Red Eye” host, Greg Gutfeld, made The Pledge the top story on the most recent episode of the popular FOX News show, … Continue reading

Red Eye: If She Weighs the Same as a Duck…


If you’ve been anywhere but underneath a rock, you’ve undoubtedly heard about the upset of Congressman Mike Castle by Tea Party candidate Christine O’Donnell in the Delaware primary this past week. The GOP “establishment” has been backing Castle, claiming he is the more viable candidate. The Tea Party backed O’Donnell, claiming she is the truer … Continue reading

Ken Mehlman Comes Out as Gay


I’m fairly new to the political scene, and even newer to the conservative/Republican political scene, so it’s hard for me to put this in context. However, there can now be no doubt that former Bush campaign chief and RNC chairman Ken Mehlman is gay, because he is now saying so. Judging from reactions on Twitter, … Continue reading

Who is Clint Didier?


I’ve been doing a very bad job of paying attention to local politics. For instance, I didn’t even know the Washington State Republican convention was this past Saturday, until someone tweeted it. That’s the danger of political activism online; it’s a whole world out there. Sometimes, it’s easy to forget to think locally. When I … Continue reading

Help Washington State Go Red in 2010


Liberal politicians around the country are running around like chickens with their heads cut off, trying to figure out how to spend more of our money to stimulate the economy, slow down the ever-increasing debt and, simultaneously, level the playing field under the guise of “social justice,” which is really the new pseudo-American term of … Continue reading

The Vast Right-Wing Conspiracy


Don’t tell anybody, but I’ve been working undercover as a “converted conservative” to expose the hidden agenda perpetrated on the American people by right-wing nutters who are slowly but surely taking over the political and social dialogue in this country. And what I’ve uncovered is truly, truly shocking! As you may be aware, Hillary Clinton … Continue reading

Christie/Brewer 2012 – OR Brewer/Christie 2012


I love the governors of both New Jersey and Arizona. As you know, Jan Brewer has taken “rogue” stances on immigration and education. The illegal immigration issue has plagued our country for decades, but the federal government has done little to nothing about it – neither Democrat or Republican leadership has availed to protect our … Continue reading

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