The camouflaged, bearded duck hunter in the sky, in his infinite wisdom and vendetta against mallards, gave liberals everywhere a gift. His name is Phil Robertson and his controversial comments on homosexuals, Satan in politics and God are well-documented.
Monthly Archives: May 2014
Were the atomic bombs dropped on Hiroshima and Nagasaki a “breach of the rules of warfare”? How about our use of Agent Orange in Vietnam or the secret bombings of Cambodia and Laos? Furthermore, since Obama has simply continued many Bush-era policies, does this make him guilty of the same crimes?
Sen. Richard Burr and Republicans Voted For the $160 Billion F-22 and Iraq and Afghanistan Wars, Yet Bemoan VA Budget
Rather than picking a fight with veterans, Sen. Richard Burr should pretend the VA is a weapons program or war and fund it accordingly.
Joe The Plumber (an Auto Union Member) Might Become the Next Cliven Bundy If Republicans Deem Him a Liability
Joe The Plumber should realize that one wrong move — a slip of the tongue, or perhaps even his real thoughts on race or American history — could result in abandonment by the same people who made him famous.
Aside from the various economic and political similarities faced by both leaders, there’s one thing that critics fail to remember when evaluating the current president: Obama’s uncanny ability to emulate Ronald Regan.
How Clinton handles the inevitable swipes at her personality, the character of her husband, and Benghazi will determine whether or not she can win the election in 2016.
Earlier this year, the GOP had a chance to prove that it could fund veterans’ health care as eagerly as it borrowed for the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan.
In 1910, the Boy Scouts of America’s Handbook of Woodcraft, Scouting, and Life-Craft explained the true nature of a young man by claiming, “The boy fr…
Lawmakers today are for some reason reticent about using the same credit card that funded the wars to adequately fund veterans’ health care costs.
When a thorough cost-benefit analysis is done with respect to future generations, enacting climate change legislation today is not only a moral imperative, but also makes perfect economic sense.