Biden beats down big labor with inexplicable help from Republicans

The President’s plan to avert a catastrophic rail strike he already claimed victory for averting is to force unions who rejected his plan to accept it via legislation.  The irony of a supposedly pro-union President forcing unions to his will could not be richer, except that some Republicans are all too willing to bail him… Continue reading Biden beats down big labor with inexplicable help from Republicans

The mounting progressive meltdowns are likely get worse

Elon Musk takes over Twitter and a deranged homeless person invades House Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s San Francisco home, injuring her husband.  On the surface, the two events do not seem to be related, but both have prompted connected waves of progressive outrage that are only likely to get worse after the result of the midterm… Continue reading The mounting progressive meltdowns are likely get worse

No, the problem for Democrats isn’t that Americans can’t understand how awesome they are

Recent polls suggesting a 2010 style “shellacking” for Democrats are prompting a range of wild narratives to reframe the midterm elections.  Administration officials and the mainstream media insist that President Biden’s accomplishments are simply too many and too vast to communicate to voters, while Biden himself claims Republicans will crash an economy already in recession.… Continue reading No, the problem for Democrats isn’t that Americans can’t understand how awesome they are

The Washington elite wants war with Russia for whatever mad reason

Russia’s war in Ukraine isn’t going as planned with fierce fighting in contested regions, but the expulsion of Russia from Ukraine no longer appears to be the objective in Washington, at least in some quarters.  Calls for a negotiated peace have been met with skepticism and scorn while Ukraine’s fast track application to NATO and… Continue reading The Washington elite wants war with Russia for whatever mad reason

FBI raid: Biden’s conflict of interest is unresolvable and Republicans need to do more than demand answers

If President Biden and Attorney General Garland believe a conviction of Trump for any potential crime would prevent him from running again, clearing the field of the most likely candidate, they cannot be trusted to remain objective. Republicans can shut down the Senate until they provide satisfactory answers. In the wake of the FBI raid… Continue reading FBI raid: Biden’s conflict of interest is unresolvable and Republicans need to do more than demand answers

Love him or hate him, Trump delivered the two most conservative Supreme Court decisions in a generation on back to back days

Whatever your opinion on the former President, it’s almost impossible to imagine rulings this momentous before he announced his candidacy seven years ago this month.  There was a time before Trump.  There is a time after Trump.  The ramifications, both good and bad, still remain to be fully seen. Last week, the Supreme Court rocked… Continue reading Love him or hate him, Trump delivered the two most conservative Supreme Court decisions in a generation on back to back days

Supreme Court:  A bombshell leak overturns almost 50 years of abortion rights with a fall out that’s impossible to predict

The United States is poised to enter a brave new world after a first in history leak of a potential ruling that would overturn Roe v. Wade and return the question of abortion to the states.  We’ve never experienced anything like it, and despite the punditry, no one really knows where we go from here.… Continue reading Supreme Court:  A bombshell leak overturns almost 50 years of abortion rights with a fall out that’s impossible to predict

Coronavirus: The government well is about to run dry even if we need a little more masking

After allocating $6 trillion for relief efforts, the administration and Democrats in Congress are demanding more money and are threatening to cut off testing, vaccines, and treatments.  This as states and local governments have wasted valuable dollars on pet projects, assuming they’ve even spent it yet. In other words, they will make you and your… Continue reading Coronavirus: The government well is about to run dry even if we need a little more masking

A Supreme Court confirmation battle begins with a combination of the absurd, the crude, and the insane

Justice Stephen Breyer’s announcement wasn’t even official, but the battle was already engaged with some claiming a secret plot was afoot to install either Mitt Romney or Hillary Clinton as Vice President.  Others took issue with the race of the potential nominee and Vice President Harris. Still others took aim at the rule of law… Continue reading A Supreme Court confirmation battle begins with a combination of the absurd, the crude, and the insane

The Democrats January 6th festival of the absurd and obscene

Vice President Kamala Harris invokes attacks that killed thousands of Americans and launched wars that killed thousands more.  Speaker Nancy Pelosi welcomes Darth Vader with open arms and takes a break for a musical interlude.  President Biden launches the 2024 campaign, and says we’re in a battle for the soul of America, except he’s on… Continue reading The Democrats January 6th festival of the absurd and obscene