Posts Tagged ‘constitution’

All That I Am

04Jul10

Governor Brewer continues to lead Arizona by facing up to political realities in a manner that is both just and popular. Governor Jan Brewer and the Arizona Department of Economic Security set in motion a new anti-fraud unit effective July 1. The new DES Trafficking Detection Unit will ensure that people obtaining food stamps are […]


Calling the Constitution a “living, breathing document,” is liberal code for ‘we get to decide what it means today’ without regard for what was originally intended. “In [some] cases, the original intent is unlikely to solve the question, and that might be … because we live in a world that’s very different from the world […]


What’s changed? Americans are waking up to what the true enemy is. That’s what’s changed. Republican Senator Bob Bennett was thrown out of office yesterday by delegates at the Utah GOP convention in what represents a stunning defeat for a once-popular three-term incumbent who fell victim to a growing conservative movement nationwide. It’s the American […]


What’s Wrong

21Apr10

What’s wrong with these Black people? Don’t they understand they’re supposed to view themselves only through the lense of race?


Scary Guy

07Apr10

Obama radicals would love to see Goodwin Liu on the Supreme Court someday. Right now, though, his nomination to the well-known 9th Circuit in California threatens to become the focal point of the president’s attempts to dramatically liberalize the country. Forty-two California district attorneys have written a scathing letter opposing his nomination. And conservative legal […]


Hare Today

03Apr10

There is an epidemic of liberals telling the truth about what they believe. This is an odd trend, as it coincides with a growing awareness that liberals seek a country that ignores the Constitution. In this exchange with constituents, Illinois Congressman Phil Hare admits that, in voting for things like Castro Care, empathy trumps the […]