Category Archives: Politically Incorrect

Americans Turned Off By the GOP… But Moving To Their States in Droves

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Last week, the Washington Post ran an interesting piece by pollster Andrew Kohut, former president of both the Pew Research Center and the Gallup Organization. The column, entitled “The Numbers Prove It: The GOP Is Estranged From America”, cites a recent Pew poll showing that the Republican Party’s public approval rating  now stands at a…

Remembering the Moral Integrity of Chris Kyle

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Prior to the untimely death of Chris Kyle, all I knew about the former Navy SEAL was what I learned from a single appearance he made on The O’Reilly Factor when he was promoting his book, American Sniper, several months ago. I never read the book, and I never saw another interview with him. So…

The Blame Righty Mob Falls Silent

Question: How many times over the past four years have exploitative liberal journalists and Democratic leaders rushed to pin random acts of violence on the tea party, Republicans, Fox News and conservative talk radio? Answer: Nearly a dozen times, including the 2009 massacre of three Pittsburgh police officers (which lib journos falsely blamed on Fox…

The Silliness and the Brilliance of Prop Politics

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When President Obama was trying to build support for his highly unpopular Obamacare bill back in 2009, one of the selling points he laid on the American public was that the legislation had the backing of medical doctors. The assertion was presumed to be a compelling argument for why skeptical Americans should trust the content…

It’s Not About Losing the ‘White Establishment’; It’s About Losing America

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On election night, the moment that Bill O’Reilly stated on FOX News that the “white establishment is now the minority”, I knew the mainstream media would latch onto that quote and not let go. I knew they would completely disregard the point he was trying to make, and attribute his concerns to that of people’s…

A Final Reflection on the Debate…Obama’s Façade Crumbles

Many thousands of words have been written since the debate last Wednesday. Much of the analysis insightful, some ludicrous, some almost depraved. But, now that the commentators and talking-heads have opined, I have reached several conclusions about the debate and its aftermath. First, Obama confirmed the obvious: little can be offered to defend or explain…

What Would Martin Luther King Think of Chris Matthews?

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Like many people in our country, I was born after the African-American Civil Rights Movement. I wasn’t around to witness the shameful legalities of racial discrimination, and the bold acts of civil disobedience led by brave heroes to end that discrimination. No, I learned of the historical plight where many of us did: From school,…

If Only it Were True

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In the aftermath of the Colorado shootings, the President, and Mitt Romney both spoke eloquently about the tragic and deliberate act of violence.  The President also went to visit with the families, and he said something idealistic about how we will remember the victims not the murderer.  This is a proper goal, but it is…