Archive for May 10th, 2010

A few months ago, former eBay CEO Meg Whitman appeared to be on cruise control on the road to face Democrat Jerry Brown for Governor. That’s before she took the “safe” route and came out against the Arizona immigration law. Steve Poizner was thought to be political roadkill earlier this year, having fallen as much […]

That Flag


There’s been a sudden flurry of flag stories… …a sign of how the media builds excitement over a certain storyline, I suppose. Whatever the reason, the stupidity of some are hard to believe even for the wacky world of liberal schools – like this one. The battle over the American flag has reached a middle […]

Nuff Said


From Marco Rubio, Republican candidate for U.S. Senate in Florida, in response to the nomination of a stealth Obama leftist to the supreme court. My judicial philosophy is clear and it is consistent: I will only support judges who have demonstrated a convincing record of respect for the rule of law and respect for the […]

Ugly Politics


The politics of division that the Democrats have been pursuing more aggressively than usual in recent months continues as the president, as a commencement speaker over the weekend, puts the fight for health reform right up there with the fight against lynching!

See my post from yesterday on the LA high school teacher who says he’s standing on Mexican soil when he calls for a revolution against America and capitalism by clicking here.

Courting Elena


President Obama will announce Elena Kagan as his choice for the Supreme Court today. She is expected not to cause a major uproar, as she doesn’t have a record of identified radicalism, there is reason to believe there might be some substantial tussling. “It’s absolutely imperative given her lack of a track record of any […]