Throughout the bruising, relentless primary season I had many battles with other conservatives over who would be the best “ABR” (Anybody But Romney). Although we might have supported different candidates from Bachmann to Gingrich to Santorum to Paul, we all agreed that handing “next in line” Mitt Romney the nomination would have disastrous results in […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
Two weeks ago Steve and I interviewed conservative film maker Stephen K. Bannon on his newly released film, The Hope and the Change, after having had the privilege of screening it early. I honestly didn’t know what to expect, as someone who was raised in a politically engaged, conservative household and saw through Obama the […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
Loved this interview today in which Palin and Bolling covered a wide range of topics, including the stunning Ted Cruz victory last night and the upcoming RNC convention. One of the things that always strikes me about Sarah Palin is her humility; she never takes credit for her formidable influence over the outcome of a […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
Gary Jackson has a fabulous rebuttal to Dick Cheney’s unnecessary, reprehensible (given the hostile media climate) and flat-out FALSE attacks on Sarah Palin. Unlike Cheney, Palin’s supporters know and appreciate her long record of achievement and reform — a record that stands to threaten the status quo and the ruling political class: Evidently the Republican […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
Andrew McCarthy has hit another one out of the park today in a piece for Pajamas Media: This is the crossroads at which we now find ourselves. On one side are national security conservatives, myself included, who reluctantly accept the stubborn fact that Islamic supremacist ideology is incorrigibly hostile to America and the West. We […]Continue Reading... No Comments.