By Kevin “Coach” Collins
Rush Limbaugh is taking a “whistling past the graveyard” approach to Barack Obama’s scandals. He is being very cautious about allowing himself to feel that some damage will be done to Obama when the dust from these scandals clears.
Rush even quotes James Carville’s liberal wishful thinking about this lasting “only 30 days” to help convince himself he’s right; nevertheless, Rush is wrong.
While there is no doubt that Obama won’t be impeached, as Rush allows that isn’t important. Saying there won’t be any damage to Obama his Party and their dangerous agenda is simply wrong.
These scandals will do the following.
When Rush is proved “right” and nothing “seems” to change the fuse of a renewed TEA party revolution will be lit.
People will be reminded America isn’t supposed to be this way.
Democrats will remain on defense through next year’s election cycle – you’re not winning when you are … Continue Reading:Why Rush is wrong about the results of the scandals around Obama
By Kevin “Coach” Collins
When South Carolina’s Republican Senator Jim DeMint resigned to head the Heritage Foundation most “outside the Beltway” conservatives were at first apprehensive about the net effect it would cause. The thinking on DeMint’s move slowly evolved to “Jim can do things outside of the system he can’t do/say while in the Senate.” It sounded reasonable – after all this was Jim DeMint.
Since he took over Heritage DeMint has been an irritant to the Gang of Eight as they fight to destroy America by erasing our borders, but time has shown that alas he is not the “all in” warrior for our safety we assumed he would be. The abrupt “resignation” of Jason Richwine, a Harvard trained PhD, from his position as a Heritage Foundation analyst/writer tells us a different story about DeMint.
Richwine HAD to be banished from Heritage for committing the heretical outrage of telling the truth about the … Continue Reading:Maybe Jim DeMint’s resignation wasn’t such a big loss after all
By Kevin “Coach” Collins
The numbers are in and former governor (I’ll leave the phrase “disgraced former governor” to the sour grapes Democrat media) Mark Sanford beat comedian Steven Colbert’s sister. Since she lost there is no need to identify her as anything else because that is what she started as and that is what she remains. Congressman-elect Mark Sanford got 54% and even though Steven Colbert’s sister’s name was on two lines and South Carolina allows aggregate vote counting she got 45%. One of the lines Steven Colbert’s sister was on was the Working Family Party’s. This is a Communist/George Soros bought and paid for bunch that has been run out of many districts across the country.
There are several factors in Congressman-elect Sanford’s victory worth focusing on.
Sanford won because he is a fiscal conservative which is just what people want. When he was the Governor of South Carolina he was fiscally conservative enough … Continue Reading:Mark Sanford wins: Democrat clown “What’s her name” fails miserably
By Derrick Hollenbeck, staff writer
They attend schools whose faculties hate and fear the free market. They couldn’t wait to run to the polls to vote for “Brother Barack.” Once he was elected all of their troubles would be over and they could join him and his Party in rubbing the “oppressive” White majority’s face in the dirt; or so the Black students at America’s “historical Black colleges” thought.
Like virtually every other group that joined Barack Obama’s coalition and worked to get him elected, Black students at America’s Black colleges – which sport some of the worst graduation rates in the country – have been screwed by their Messiah.
Because the new system of doling out college loans is built on actual credit checks for locatable parents, many Black students are learning economics lessons without ever setting foot in a classroom.
The loans that have been most difficult for Obama’s fans are federal … Continue Reading:Black college students learning lessons they’d never learn in their classrooms
By Suzanne Eovaldi, staff writer
Long menacing bolts of lightning flashed, noisy rumbles of thunder rolled, but patriots unfurled the Gadsen flag above the Star of David, right next to a large beautiful American flag at the May Day Protest against Marco Rubio and his Gang of Eight’s cruel immigration bill.
No one does a thunderstorm like Florida does, and she was in her glory Wednesday night. I haven’t gotten that soaked, soaked to my skin, since I canoed the Des Plaines River in Illinois many years ago with a supervisor from the Big House in Joliet. Between rain drops he told me about the rough time prison doctors were having getting the colostomy bags in the sides of gay prisoners because their nether regions were not accepting the equipment, to put it mildly. So here I was along with many patriots standing in drenching rain with our signs unfurled telling Marco Rubio and his 854 … Continue Reading:A May Day protest conservatives could be proud of and join