The Republican Obamacare Battle Plan for 2015

 If Republicans capture control of both houses of Congress in November, they will have a golden opportunity to lay the groundwork for a market-based health-care overhaul — a goal that can only be achieved after the next presidential election. Repeal of Obamacare, and replacement of it with a complete set of conservative reforms, should remain […] Continue reading →

Searching for leadership post-Obama

Daniel Gallington  We’ll be lucky if we survive the Obama Administration as a world power. This, unless we soon learn how to 1) be more pragmatic in our domestic politics, and 2) find the kind of leaders that have literally “saved us” during the biggest historic “turning points” of the years since WW II. Obama […] Continue reading →

Republicans Still Struggling With Women Voters

Matt Vespa,  Republicans know they have problems with women voters, especially single urban women. They vowed to turn it around after Mitt’s clobbering amongst this demographic in 2012. What’s changed? Not much; and women are virtually unreceptive to the Republican Party or its policies. Is this the end? Nope. As George Will has said about […] Continue reading →

Crist makes Florida comeback bid as 4 states vote

 If there were any doubts that former Republican Gov. Charlie Crist would be accepted by Florida Democrats, they were cast aside as he overwhelmingly earned the Democratic nomination to challenge Republican Gov. Rick Scott on a day when four states chose candidates for statewide office. Crist easily defeated former state Sen. Nan Rich on Tuesday, […] Continue reading →

Florida Sen. Marco Rubio boosts SC Republicans

 Confronted several times by hecklers demanding immigration reform, U.S. Sen. Marco Rubio told attendees at a Republican fundraising barbecue that no country has been more generous to people from elsewhere than the United States. “I’ll start on that topic, how’s that?” Rubio said, just moments into his presentation. “I actually sympathize with what they’re saying.” […] Continue reading →

Perry Booked on Corruption Charges as Supporters Rally

 Texas Governor Rick Perry, a possible contender for the Republican presidential nomination in 2016, was booked on political corruption charges inside an Austin courthouse as supporters chanted his name outside. Perry, 64, smiling as he entered and left the courthouse today, told reporters that he would prevail because the charges were “baseless” and an attack […] Continue reading →

At Least Get the Big Lie Right

John Ranson,  Donjindrawrote: We’re running huge deficits. Of course our tax bill will go up. It should go up. Do “conservatives” think there’s a free-lunch? That money grows on trees? Apparently so. -Merry Christmas: This Tax Increase is for You, America Dear Comrade Jindra, OK, so now liberals are worried about the deficit? And you […] Continue reading →

Rick Perry: “It’s Time for Us to Start a Little Rebellion”

 There is something of a little “rebellion” brewing in the US against President Obama and the federal government, but you likely won’t hear about it from the mainstream media. Some states are fighting back, reasserting their power and sovereignty against an overreaching and increasingly oppressive federal government, pushing back on things like gun control, Obamacare, […] Continue reading →