A few predictions

For those of you just stopping by, I’ll mention this blog goes dormant on January 12. There are a few things to get to before that day! One is a few predictions. I won’t be online when it all comes to pass, but I thought I’d give it a go anyway. — I believe the […]

You go Dick Cheney

In the news a lot this week is Dick Cheney publicly pushing back against President Barack Obama’s revision of history. Obama wants you to think the Bush administration’s work to keep America safe post 9/11 was a misguided fluke. Cheney is publicly defending that administration’s action. America’s current environment of main-stream media affection for Barack […]

Watch the RNC chairmanship debate

Need a good hour and a half diversion? Sit back and watch the RNC debate. Six candidates lined up today to give their opinions on the future of the GOP. Head to CSPAN.org for the details. — Do I have a horse in this game? Nope. I’m still a little discouraged and will wait to […]

On Republicans, pay raises, Wisconsin and Brookfield

I think Republicans will win more friends and influence more people if we give up some of our flippant one-liners in the discussion of government. That’s what I learned last night. “We need smaller government” needs to be restated as “we need more efficient government that’s free from waste.” “No new taxes” needs to become […]

Rebuilding the GOP – National

I know it’s a little late in coming, but I will plainly state this time I know I’m in over my head. I will touch on a few things that have caught my eye and leave you to connect the dots. If there’s one thing that’s becoming obvious it’s that there really is no cohesive […]