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Advice To Indiana Senators

Dear Senators Coats and Donnelly, President Obama’s unilateral actions on immigration must stop. Obviously, the Senate’s “comprehensive immigration reform” bill is, quite, dead.  The House simply will not even bring it to the floor due to its political toxicity and the Senate’s new leadership will, undoubtedly, quit pushing it.  At some point, Congress may agree […]

What It Takes To Get Elected

Alison Lundergan Grimes

If this story does not encompass precisely what is wrong with politics in America then nothing does. Meet Alison Grimes, the Democrat United States Senate candidate for the state of Kentucky who is looking to unseat Republican Senate Minority Leader, Mitch McConnell. Unfortunately for her, she has consistently trailed in public polling.  So, in order […]

An Open Letter To Indiana Senators

Dear Senators, As I am sure you are aware, on Friday, September 20, 2013, the House of Representatives passed a continuing resolution (CR) to fund the federal government until 2015 minus funding for the Patient Protection & Affordable Health Care Act (PPAHCA). What you may not be aware of (but soon will be) is that […]

The Absurdity Of Immigration Reform

Despite Congress’ failures to come to an agreement on a budget and tackle the nation’s deficit, put a stop to all pork spending, successfully induce private sector growth, address problems with the health care law, fix tax laws to reflect “flat” or “fair” tax policies, and maintain oversight of the executive branch responsibilities, when Congress […]

Last Chance To Stop ObamaCare

The looming budget deadline presents the final opportunity for Americans to stop the Patient Protection & Affordable Health Care Act. The plan is simple. The Continuing Resolution that has kept the federal government running, despite the lack of a budget, is set to expire on September 30, 2013, and  Tom Graves (House Rep. from Georgia) […]

You Can Do Something About the Out of Control Senate

By now, you are probably aware that the United States Senate recently passed an extremely unpopular immigration reform bill. If you’re reading this article, I’m also fairly certain that you have seen U.S. Senators appear on news networks pandering to their campaign financiers by issuing insulting remarks toward an American workforce that “cannot cut the […]

Critical Mass

It’s been well over a year since my last article so I’ll get straight to the point… Where do the President of the United States of America’s allegiances lie? How about your Senators or Congressional Representatives? It’s an interesting question because after every election cycle lawmakers, both old and new, are required to publicly swear […]

Obama’s Favorite Republican A In Familiar Scenario

Obama's Favorite Republican

On May 8, 2012, Senator Richard Lugar and Indiana State Treasurer Richard Mourdock will seek Hoosier support in obtaining the Republican nomination for United States Senate. Lugar, a 36 year Senate veteran, has found himself in an all too familiar scenario that is highly reminiscent of the 2010 mid-term primaries. Not only does he face […]

Political Ideologies

political ideology chart

I don’t know about you but I am sick of seeing editorials and news stories that cite studies by politically motivated (and, often, funded) scholars and experts who attempt to classify the political ideologies of Americans as genetic abnormalities, mental diseases, or some other kind of social dysfunctional problem. In most cases, political ideologies are […]

The Death Of American Privacy

Come Back With A Warrant

The Fourth Amendment to the United States Constitution states: “The right of the people to be secure in their persons, houses, papers, and effects, against unreasonable searches and seizures, shall not be violated, and no warrants shall issue, but upon probable cause, supported by oath or affirmation, and particularly describing the place to be searched, […]