Category Archives: Political

A Return to the Constitution (Part 4)

Arnn says that there is evidence that Reagan is not only forgotten but rather completely ignored. He gives an example by way of an interview which Secretary of Education Spellings gave to Human Events: There is evidence that he is

A Return to the Constitution (Part 3)

Arnn mentions an event at the ceremony which really highlights the mindset of those who believe in big government. At the ceremony, Secretary of Education Margaret Spellings seems unaware of these former embarrassments, although we will shortly recite a little

A Return to the Constitution (Part 2)

Arnn goes on in his column to give two examples of how the Constitution is viewed today: Take two examples, the first from Senator Robert C. Byrd of West Virginia. He is the longest serving senator, and by reputation a

A Return to the Constitution (Part 1)

We the People of the United States, in Order to form a more perfect Union, establish Justice, insure domestic Tranquility, provide for the common defence, promote the general Welfare, and secure the Blessings of Liberty to ourselves and our Posterity,

Wise words for the 2014 election

Ever the source of common sense and wisdom, my good friend Bill LaRussa (aka Titan92 on Own The Narrative) puts the whole 2014 election into perspective (NOTE: using his exact words from the group, so there might be some misspelled

The Tea Party, Conservatism, and the Constitution (Part 5) – Matching Means to End (II)

After Kesler talked about the paradoxical character of the Tea Party and how it has sometimes fallen short in defending the Constitution, he gives an example of it. Last fall, the Tea Party seized upon the latest Continuing Resolution to

The Tea Party, Conservatism, and the Constitution (Part 4) – Matching Means to Ends (I)

After speaking about hubris and nemesis, Kesler goes on to speak about how the Tea Party matches means to ends in getting back to the Constitution but in a sense has fallen short.   The failure of the Supreme Court

The Sad State of America Today

Ever since Barack Obama was elected president, America had been on a downhill slide culturally and intellectually. Media Research Council, led by Brent Bozell, sent MRCTV’s Dan Joseph to the campus of George Mason University and asked students a cultural

The Tea Party, Conservatism, and the Constitution (Part 3) – Hubris and Nemesis (II)

In the last article, I mentioned how Kesler spoke about how defending Obamacare brings out the very worst in liberals. Kesler goes on to say that the Tea Party needs a strategy to clarify and achieve its worthy ends., going

The Tea Party, Conservatism, and the Constitution (Part 2): Hubris and Nemesis (I)

Kesler goes on in his speech to speak on the hubris of liberalism, which led to the Tea Party confirming itself as Obama’s devoted nemesis as well as the eventual exposing both Obamacare and modern-day liberalism of being the anti-American