Red Eye: Wha?!? Identity Politics is a Fail?


Apparently, according to Greg Gutfeld, Barack Obama – a president – recently talked to a whole bunch of lefty bloggers. Also, he went on The Daily Show. As Gutfeld reported in the Greg-Alogue Yep, rather than reach out to those who are frustrated, disaffected, or even undecided about what to do this Tuesday – he … Continue reading

Red Eye: MoveOn… From Reality


If you watched that latest episode of “Red Eye,” then you are up to date on everything important in the entire world. From the “Restoring Sanity” rally (featuring famous nut job, Arianna Huffington) to the stomping incident that took place recently at a Rand Paul debate, you are in the loop. Congratulations on being one … Continue reading

Some Washington State Ballot Initiatives


Yay! I can practically smell November 2nd from here. Why? Because today, I received my official Washington State ballot in the mail. (Yes, we vote by mail. Because GREEN! And also, s pending.) If you don’t live in Washington, this post may not be of interest to you. I’m not going to talk about candidates. … 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

Dissent From Washington State – A Pictorial


Lovely Washington. Known for its forests, its mountains, its grunge music and its sparkly vampires. Our largest city, Seattle, is practically a communist state, except that it’s still much more fun than one. Still, Washington is known for its love of liberal politics, though the state is often split near the 50/50 mark. Lest those … Continue reading

SB 1070 – What’s Next for Illegal Immigration in Arizona?


Now that a federal court has ruled against Arizona’s contentious illegal immigration law (SB 1070), what’s next for Arizona and other states trying to combat illegal immigration? Once again, let me say I’m neither a constitutional expert, nor am I a lawyer, but here are some thoughts off the top of my head: 1) If … Continue reading

Learning the Language of the Left


I learned a truth the night I spent in the shelter: you can’t appeal to someone’s higher nature while simultaneously treating him like he doesn’t have one.

Behind the Iron Curtain


In 1984, after I graduated high school, I traveled to Europe and spent a year as an exchange student in West Germany. West Germany, you say? Yes, young readers. At the time, Germany was still a country divided between East and West. The West was a free country, but the East was the province of … 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

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