American Principles in Action released their analysis of the 2012 elections which stands in stark contrast to the RNC’s “autopsy” report that called for a truce strategy on social issues.
Two articles discussing the election results came out recently that I found rather interesting. One was written by Janet Daley of The Telegraph, and the other is written by Gerri Willis of Fox Business. They both make comparisons between the U.S. and Europe in light of the election results, and they both conclude we are busy […]
http://recordings.talkshoe.com/TC-7251/TS-684421.mp3Podcast: Download | EmbedSubscribe: Apple Podcasts | Android | Google Play | Stitcher | TuneInLast night I laid out my predictions for the Presidency, the White House, and the Governorships. My top line predictions: President Obama 290 Romney 248 Senate: 51D, 48R, 1I +1R, +1I House: 237R, 198 +4D Governorships: Republicans pick up North Carolina […]
Iowa Faith and Freedom Coalition held their Annual “Friends of the Family Banquet” at Iowa State Fairgrounds Saturday, October 27.
My local grocer carries two brands of bananas: Chiquita and Dole. Lately, I have complained to him because one is always over-ripe and rotting, and the other has a very bitter taste, and makes me sick. The owner says I can take one or the other but if I don’t choose one, I have forfeited my […]
Can’t vote for Mitt Romney? Won’t vote for Barack Obama? Last week I had opportunity to interview Tom Hoefling, the America’s Party candidate for President of the United States. I asked him about several issues and his answers below are complete. On Abortion: “Make no mistake, our Constitution explicitly and imperatively requires equal protection for all […]
GOP Vice Presidential Candidate Paul Ryan spoke at a Romney-Ryan campaign rally at the Dallas County Courthouse in Adel, IA.
We screamed and shouted from the roof tops that “we have our rights!” You can’t make us—mandate us to!—buy something. That is unconstitutional! All the while we empowered that same government to MANDATE that insurance companies carry people with pre-existing conditions. This is like pulling the pin, throwing a hand grenade straight up in the […]
Congressman Ron Paul (R-TX) visited Florence, SC for a rally the day before the South Carolina Primary
Not since General Sherman marched on Florence has the citizens of the fair city been so rudely treated by a person from the North. Romney has burnt the goodwill of the local Republican party like Sherman burned plantations. This past Tuesday while Gingrich entertained a standing room only crowd at the Art Trails Gallery, Romney […]
After Iowa, the media is focusing on New Hampshire but it seems the candidates are focusing more on South Carolina. New Hampshire is in Romney’s backyard and it looks like he will win the state as expected. Romney in New Hampshire may be compared to a major university playing a smaller university in football. If […]
No Republican candidate for president has won the nomination of the party without winning the South Carolina going back to Ronald Reagan in 1980. With this fact in mind, the candidates attention now turns to South Carolina. This morning (Friday), Mitt Romney and Governor Haley are at the Peanut warehouse in Conway, SC. Newt Gingrich […]
“Nearly all men can stand adversity, but if you want to test a man’s character, give him power.” Abraham Lincoln The early rush to the elections of November 2012 features a blizzard of propaganda. The emphasis concentrates upon a short list of criteria. One candidate highlights personality as the winning trait. Another touts reputation as […]
The Ron Paul organization has been mailing me a lot of material lately including a very nice Christmas card. Paul has a nice web site and he is very articulate in stating his positions. He has done well in the debates and on national media outlets. These factors are reaping benefits for him. According to the […]
Congresswoman Michele Bachmann (R-MN) announced her candidacy last night during the CNN debate and by sending the following fundraising email out last night during the debate: For the last several months, thousands of patriotic Americans encouraged me to run for President of the United States. After many weeks of prayer and thoughtful discussion with my […]
I hope you enjoy the experiment… random items thrown into one post. I was out in New Hampshire last weekend and I was able to meet the guys who write GraniteGrok. They have built themselves an empire in the New Hampshire conservative blogaverse. I was on their radio program last Saturday and spoke with them […]