Month: December 2016

What if No One Stood?

How much poorer the world would be without America?

Top Ten Political Fails of 2016

To say that 2016 was a politically charged year is an understatement. Here are my top 10 political fails of the year and the moments that moved the political needle.

DPRK – Democratic People’s Republic of Kalifornia

So let me see if I have this correct. Liberal Logic is that putting someone on a list for enhanced monitoring is bad if it is a refugee coming to this country from an area where there is a degree of risk that a terrorist would infiltrate their ranks and good when it is a U.S. Citizen exercising their second amendment rights.

Economist/YouGov Poll Results: Too Many Stupid People

Belief in a specific idea does not make you immune to being misled or gullible.

The Obama Dissonance

In the throes of cognitive dissonance our outgoing President (24 days and counting) once again proves he is completely clueless…

The Tao of Trump

…those that supported Trump saw it as a representation of the protection of sovereign rights, national security and a respect for the law of the land.

‘Twas the night before Fiscal Year End Celebration

In the spirit of the holidays I think it is time to give back to those less fortunate than ourselves and this year it is the Political Left. I decided to take one of my favorite holiday poems and rework it for their sensibilities.

Festivus Airing of the Grievances 2016 Edition

So polish up that Festivus pole, limber up for the feats of strength and sit back; here are my Grievances for 2016.

Social Activism or Ransom?

They make demands and then hold the University’s reputation for diversity hostage unless those demands are met.

Obscure Electoral Procedural Rules Give Democrats One Last Chance to Stop Trump!

Before you start going down the path to Crazytown let me clue you in on a few things that are not going to happen.