Tuesday, May 18, 2010

Richard Viguerie: Kentucky Elections Results are a Vote of No Confidence in Senator McConnell

Extremely interesting take on the primary in Kentucky.

Paul romps as Specter, Lincoln await - Alexander Burns -

Tea Party favorite with a commanding victory over Trey Grayson in KY. This overwhelming victory for Paul is hopefully the bellwether of elections to come. Tim Kaine needs to learn that conservatism is not "fringe" or extreme right wing.....

Conservatives Most Enthusiastic About Voting in 2010 Midterm

You darn right we're the most enthusiastic about voting in 2010! What is amazing is how quickly the motivation level has risen. The Tea Parties played a huge part in converting the silent majority into a vocal majority. Hopefully everyone here is registered to vote......

Newt Gingrich forecasts Obama loss - Mike Allen -

Newt Gingrich would be an interesting candidate in 2012. He did fantastic work rejuvenating the Republican Party and conservatism in 1994 with his Contract with America. My hesitation is his backing of this "green movement" and commercial appearances with Nancy Pelosi a few years back. Cap and trade (tax) would cripple this country Mr. Speaker. You need to address that head on before considering a run.

Woody Allen says President Obama should be granted dictatorial powers (seriously) � Entertainment

"if he [Obama] could be a dictator for a few years because he could do a lot of good things quickly." - Woody Allen. Hey pervert, stay out of politics and just make movies. I truly feel sorry for conservatives trying to make a living with their God-given abilities to act and entertain.

NRO’s Manzi Mischaracterizes Global Warming Debate - by James M. Taylor

Just further proof that when back benchers try and get on the front bench by bashing our conservative leaders ( Rush Limbaugh and the EIB Network, Sean Hannity, Mark Levin), they realize their efforts are futile. Jim Manzi's attack on Liberty & Tyranny about a month ago was immature and probably founded on jealousy. Well written Mr. Taylor.