2010 Texas State Republican Party Platform

The Texas Republican Party has approved their 2010 platform, and I think that it might be better than the new school standards. This is a long post, but there is so much good stuff. A few choice excerpts: The embodiment of the conservative dream in America is Texas. We further support abolition of federal agencies … Continue reading

Obama: Thin-skinned

President Obama went to Capitol Hill Tuesday for a closed-door meeting with Senate Republicans. He was apparently trying to drum up support for his policies, and wasn’t very successful. Sen. Pat Roberts (R-KS) said: “He needs to take a Valium before he comes in and talks to Republicans. He’s pretty thin-skinned.” Sen. Sam Brownback (R-KS) … Continue reading

AZ Immigration Law Update

The Wonk Room (obviously named by liberals) has an exclusive report which makes me feel a lot better about the recent changes in the Arizona immigration law. An amendment to SB1070 was passed in the last few days to address all of the whinging and whining from the left. One of the changes in the … Continue reading

Breaking News! Obama Caught in Affair!

The Drudge Report is reporting that the National Enquirer is reporting that President Obama had a secret rendezvous with Vera Baker, pictured here. Now, I don’t think that the National Enquirer is a very reputable source, but I do believe that Drudge is a reputable source, so (by the transitive property of trustworthiness) the National … Continue reading

AZ Does It

There continues to be a chorus of whining from the left about Arizona’s new anti-illegal alien law. It’s not scheduled to go into effect until August, but it’s already the worst thing to happen to America since Gitmo. And that’s actually not a  bad analogy, come to think of it. When a situation gets bad … Continue reading

Arizona Status Police

There’s been a lot of controversy about the recently signed Arizona law (SB 1070) which makes it a lot easier (by which I mean mandatory) to determine the residency status of people in Arizona. There’s a lot of back-and-forth as to what the bill actually says, so here’s the relevant portion: ARTICLE 8. ENFORCEMENT OF … Continue reading

“Sort of the Best Thing I Ever Did”

Dick Cheney was on Dennis Miller’s radio show last Thursday, when the following exchange took place: MILLER: By the way, my, I also want to thank you, on the list of things I feel I should thank you for, almost kicking Patrick Leahy’s ass. Thank you very much. CHENEY: Heh heh heh heh. MILLER: I … Continue reading

Taxes

I shouldn’t have to explain this. Taxes are bad. You might be able to argue that they are a necessary evil, but evil things are bad. Point proven. What makes taxes so bad? Well, several things, and I can’t decide which is the worst so I’ll list a few: Taxes take away money that I … Continue reading

ACORN Sprouting

Some are asking why I think that ACORN is behind the arrest of the New Orleans Four. Well, I heard it straight from the horses mouth: O’Keefe’s arrest “is further evidence of his disregard for the law in pursuit of his extremist agenda,” ACORN CEO Bertha Lewis said in a statement. The organization’s Twitter feed … Continue reading

Chris Matthews: Genius

I got an email disputing my analysis of Chris Matthews’ response to the state of the Union. They asked how Chris Matthews could be a spittle-spewing racist and also be infatuated with President Obama. Well, I’ve never overestimated Matthews’ ability to reason, or the consistency of his opinions, but this got me thinking. F. Scott … Continue reading