Category: Congress

Happy Bill of Rights Ratification Day!

If you don’t get the daily email from Bill Bennett and his American Patriot’s Daily Almanac AND you get goofily excited about history like myself, then what’s wrong with you?  Sign up for it man! I love history and I always have. But more so now especially when it comes to American history and learning…


The Vitamin ‘D’ – Lawmakers seek Obamacare exemption

Oh I bet they want to be exempt from Obamacare.  Who doesn’t?  Lawmakers are seeking exemption from Obamacare not just for themselves but also for their aides. Secret talks have been underway from both parties on how best to accomplish this.Something is definitely not right when the Government believe they are above the law. Tune…


IF…I were a conspiracy theorist or a 10-year old…

I love how kids think. They are very literal and matter of fact. They typically see things exactly as they are with deadly accuracy.  Now granted, my kids catch my “conservatism”.  If you asked them who I was for the Republicans or the Democrats, they would immediately respond, the constitution.  They know I’m ridiculously patriotic…


ICYMI: Rep. Ellison shows true colors on Hannity

I can’t allow this to simply go by without sharing it with my readers, even though it occurred earlier in the week.  If you haven’t watched the 6 minute video of the Sean Hannity show as he interviewed Democratic Rep. Keith Ellison of Minnesota, then please do.  The clip makes so many important points into the mindset of the…


Wasserman-Schultz would like GOP to take some responsibility

Yesterday, in the continuing debate over the looming sequester, Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz (D-FL) said that Republicans were “abdicating their responsibility”. “The Republicans are insisting, are actually going to allow the sequester to occur, abdicate their responsibility. They are actually suggesting giving our responsibility in Congress to the president, which would mean that nameless, faceless…


Republicans forgetting the first rule of parenting

The first rule of parenting, don’t cave. Because once you do, they’ve got your number. The other day I was at my daughter’s High School softball game and I met a very nice dad of one of the other players.  He had his young son with him who I believe was around four years old….