Archives for Opinion

Jeremiah Wright and Miley Cyrus

On Monday, I defended some of the controversial remarks made by Rev. Jeremiah Wright, Democratic Presidential frontrunner Barack Obama's bombastic former pastor. Then I watched Wright's disgusting, self-serving "all about me" performance at the National Press Club in Washington. I was wrong about Wright.
Read More

Hillary Clinton’s racist appeal

One expects racism from Republicans. The party of the elephant could merge with the just about any white supremacy group and not miss a beat. Hell, most people wouldn't see any difference. But overt racism from a Democrat is something else, although it should not surprise anyone that Hillary Rodham Clinton would use racism in her anything goes quest for the Democratic Presidential nomination.
Read More

Destroying the Democratic party

Hillary Clinton's win over Democratic Presidential frontrunner Barack Obama in the Pennsylvania primary Tuesday shows the race for the top job in Washington is far from over and may well go to the party's convention in Denver. Clinton has come back from media-perceived political grave more times than Dracula and the comparison is not coincidental. Her critics feel she is the chief bloodsucker in a political system dominated by opportunistic vampires.
Read More

Hill’s shill delivered for old boss

ABC news, if that comic exercise in political pandering can be called “news,” sent former Clinton boot-licker George Stephanopoulos in to shill for Hillary Clinton at Wednesday’s so-called Democratic Presidential debate and the result turned into a tabloid debacle that surpasses even the extremes of Fox News.
Read More

We don’t need ‘one of us’ in the White House

As a gun owner and hunter, I have trouble welcoming Hillary Clinton into the gun fraternity...or sorority in her case. And, as a recovering alcoholic who used to toss down more than his share of shots, I have even more trouble imagining an evening at the local bar tossing back boilermakers with the Democratic Presidential pretender.
Read More