on Andrew Breitbart


He was a true soldier of the ‘new media’ (The Drudge Report, The National Review, Real Clear Politics, etc.) —a media that I saw a demand for when trying to decide which career to pursue after my formal education. Little did I know, that many amazing people around the World were already doing their part to address the unrelenting biased perspective that taints every news story that comes from the ‘old media’ (i.e. MSNBC, CNN, NY Times, etc.). One of the most prominent of these people was Andrew Breitbart. He was 43. He left behind a loving family. He had so much left to offer the American People—so much more to say. We will miss him dearly. Godspeed Andrew.


Cartoon_Obama's Church Trick

Cartoon_Obama's Church Trick

 Political Cartoon is compliments of Steve Kelley and Salem Radio Network News: Kelley, Steve. “Today’s Political Cartoon [February 10, 2012]. “Salem Radio News” and “Townhall.com.” Copyright 2012. Webpage accessed: February 10, 2012 at 9:49am. <http://srnnews.townhall.com/cartoons/cartoonist/stevekelley&gt;

….more on ‘my opinion’ to come. If inclined, share ‘your opinion’ in the meantime.

Hyperbole: Jim Byrd’s Prescription for Sanity

Debbie Wasserman Schultz, and the Curious Case of Evolution

Jim Byrd, a conservative political contributor for Examiner.com, published an article on January 30, 2012 that satisfied my political apprehension for the day. Mr. Byrd very eloquently reminded readers that sometimes it is better to fight liberalism with unrelenting humor and hyperbole than to try to fight fire with fire.

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In the case of Debbie Wasserman Shultz–just generally, I am often left either speechless or loud-spoken when watching her network news interviews. I either clench my fists and cry a little inside or rant and rave at the television with no affect but to annoy my girlfriend.

Upon reading Jim Byrd’s article, “Debbie Wasserman Shultz, and the Curious Case of Evolution,” (Byrd,) I was set at ease and felt encouraged to thank Mr. Byrd accordingly. Here is my comment on the article’s webpage:

Jim, I really enjoyed your article. Sometimes a little sarcasm and good-natured humor is the only way to keep from going crazy. As I imagine many of your readers similarly experience, I cannot keep my teeth from grinding, my fists from clenching, and my stoic indifference at bay when watching a Debbie Wasserman Shultz interview–talking points and all. I usually end up yelling some objection at the television in protest–to no effect but to annoy my girlfriend. Thank you for prescribing the remedy: good ol’ fashioned hyperbole.

On the eve of what is going to be one of the upcoming 2012 Presidential Race likely to be plagued by accusatory and negative political rhetorical from all political perspectives, I often wonder how certain Congressmen and Women get away with, if not untrue, certainly contrived and deceitful talking points. One particular Congresswomen sticks out in my mind as a habitual violator of what one would consider trustworthy politicking. That would of course be Debbie Wasserman Schultz, the U.S. Representative for Florida’s 20th congressional district, serving since 2005 and the Democratic National Committee Chairwomen. She is the congressional cheerleader for Democratic policies, liberal and humanitarian Utopianism (see Mark Levin’s “Ameritopia”), and most prominently Presidential Incumbent, Barack Obama.

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Pres. Obama: “I do what I want!” ; a “powergrab” or act of necessity born from a gridlocked Congress?

"South Park's" Eric Cartman

On January 5, 2012, the famed (or infamous to some) Rush Limbaugh, broadcast a pretty remarkable interpretation of President Obama’s recent decision to make controversial appointments through executive fiat during a Senate recess.

I think you may like reading his opening statement to his radio show today. Shortly after attempting to articulate my concern for Obama’s recent message, I realized I cannot summarize those concerns better than Rush Limbaugh’s broadcast.   Continue reading

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