Economist and author (“At the Brink”) John Lott talks about jobs numbers, unemployment, the economy and more with Ann-Marie Murrell and Morgan Brittany. From CPAC 2014, Washington, D.C.
Washington Times editor John Solomon talks to Ann-Marie Murrell and Morgan Brittany about the Ukraine, a new Cold War, China, the Obama administration slashing our military budget and much more. From CPAC 2014, Washington, D.C.
Cultural depictions of capitalism are almost all negative. There’s the Monopoly guy with the top hat and cigar. There’s Gordon Gekko saying, “Greed is good.” And, most recently, there’s the hedonism of the “Wolf of Wall Street”. The message is clear: capitalism is selfish. Socialism, or something like it, is […]
“The Flag! Our Flag! It is still there! Our beloved red, white and blue. May God be praised.” ~Francis Scott Key “We’re kinda proud of that Ragged Old Flag…” Johnny Cash Every country has a flag, some are older, some more expressive than others, but I’d venture to say every […]
It was standing room only at CPAC, The Conservative Political Action Conference, on Thursday as conservative radio host Mark Levin accepted the inaugural Andrew Breitbart Defender of the First Amendment Award. Levin’s appearance at CPAC was notable as he emerged from his radio show ‘bunker’ for the ceremony. The award […]
If you’ve seen the new “stacking” style of math children are required to learn via Common Core, this oldie video will seem quite familiar…
Joy is an Oklahoma mom that showed up to protest Gov. Fallin’s campaign. As a Republican, she decided that since she had an invitation to this gig, she should go inside to talk to Mary Fallin, and explain to her that she could not support her as long as she […]
Sarah Palin packed the house at CPAC last night as the last speaker of the convention. The former Governor of Alaska seems to know just what will resonate with her audience and she’s not afraid to take on those in her own party who have failed to speak on behalf […]
I recently had the honor of serving as an election judge, at the precinct level, for the Republican primary, in the great state of Texas. I would like to share with you my observations and thoughts on events that occurred throughout the day. First of all, while this is technically […]
Benjamin “Ben” Carson, Sr., Neurosurgeon, Professor Emeritus at Johns Hopkins School of Medicine, author of “America the Beautiful”, and the 2008 recipient of the Presidential Medal of Freedom from President George W. Bush, spoke at CPAC today. Addressing the crowd, Dr. Carson explained that after traveling all over the country, […]
When it comes to the battlefield of ideas, former House Speaker Newt Gingrich told the CPAC crowd this afternoon that he believes it’s time for a BIG rebellion. He also warned that it is time to stop being the opposition movement and start being the alternative to government movement that […]
Saturday March 8, Congresswoman Michelle Bachmann reminded the CPAC crowd, “Don’t forget we are the party, the only that had a woman on the presidential ticket this century.” Bachmann also didn’t waste any time bringing up Hilary Clinton’s potential 2016 Democratic presidential nomination: “The other party talks a lot about nominating […]
Why would anyone leave a sunny, 75 degrees Los Angeles to fly across the country to a chilly and windy, 20 degrees Washington, DC? To attend CPAC of course! I was told CPAC would be like a religious experience for a neophyte like me, so of course I needed to […]
On January 8, 2014, President Obama released a statement celebrating the success of the War on Poverty on its 50th anniversary. He stated: “As Americans, we believe that everyone who works hard deserves a chance at opportunity, and that all our citizens deserve some basic measure of security. And so, […]