“Character” Cruz: Political Pariah

Ted Cruz hatchets Donald Trump, but cuts his own throat

Ted Cruz hatchets Donald Trump, but cuts his own throat

Ted Cruz hatchets Donald Trump, but cuts his own throat

“The true test of a man’s character is what he does when no one […]

A Court Party No More

In early 2015, well before Donald Trump was a blip on the radar screen, a friend asked me to contribute an article to a Constitution Party newsletter, so I happily obliged. The article was entitled “Needed: a Real Country Party,” but because of the nature of the venue it was never made available for wide […]

Swaggin' With Trump

I have read a few articles recently that attempt to psychologically analyze Donald Trump and explain what motivated his decision to run for President after several past flirtations. I’m not going to link to them because they’re hit pieces, but that doesn’t mean they don’t contain some insight. Just […]

NeverTrump's False Narrative

This video by Steve Deace, who I believe to be one of the sincere but misguided leaders of the NeverTrump effort, is a perfect illustration of the insular nature of much of official conservatism. Deace concedes that the Establishment does not like Trump, but sees the Establishment’s unwillingness to join the NeverTrump crusade as an […]

Anti-Trumpers, Please Watch The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance

As a good traditional conservative, I like Westerns. If you watch a lot of Westerns you will eventually discern that many of them have a very similar theme. This theme is that the breed of men it took to tame the Wild West is different from the breed of men it took to civilize the […]

The Circular Logic of NeverTrump

During the Republican primary, I generally refrained from using the electability argument. Electability is important, but the arguments often seemed to me counterproductive and almost always conveniently supported the candidate of choice of the person making it. John Kasich is the “only one” who can beat Hillary because he is a moderate and will appeal […]

George Will and the Failure of WASP Conservatism

Much is being made of the fact that George Will recently announced that he has left the Republican Party because of the nomination of Donald Trump. My initial reaction, and the reaction of many others judging by the responses I have seen, is “Good riddance.” I have made my feeling about Mr. Will known in […]

The Convention Coup Delusion

Since the NeverTrump forces have so far failed to attract a credible movement conservative approved independent challenger to run against Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton in the general election, their focus seems to have shifted toward an effort to nominate someone other than Trump at the Republican National Convention in July. This has been the […]

In Obama’s America, Lies and Damn Lies Matter More Than Statistics

President Obama Martial Law

With the tragic shootings at the gay nightclub in Orlando, Florida last week arrive perhaps the most fundamental truth behind the Left’s war on social stability, true variety and intellectual independence in its quest for the final solution to America’s […]

Conservatives, Behold California – This is Your Electoral Destiny Unless You Wake Up

Yesterday California had what is referred to as a jungle primary for the US Senate seat being vacated by Barbara Boxer. In a jungle primary all the candidates are on the same ballot regardless of party, and the top two vote getters compete in the general election in November. The top two vote getters were […]

On the Duty to Abstain From a “Lose/Lose” Election

To those who anguish over remaining true to their principles versus tacitly supporting a socialist demagogue, I suggest that the dichotomy is false.

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David French Proves His Critics Right

You’re David French.

Since the possibility of your Presidential candidacy was first floated, you have been getting hammered relentlessly on Twitter.

Some of that criticism has been directed at your, shall we say, not particularly masculine demeanor and your tendency to enforce PC rightthink.

You have maintained an odd and unwise Twitter silence since your […]

McCain Senate Campaign Resorts to Misleading Attacks to Fend Off Conservative Challenger

Kelli WardKelli Ward, a conservative state legislator and physician challenging five-term senator John McCain in the Republican primary, has little statewide name recognition — but McCain is so unpopular she is nevertheless […]

The Renegade Party’s Underwhelming #FrenchRevolution

Over the Memorial Day weekend, prominent #NeverTrump leader Bill Kristol tweeted that they had an “impressive” candidate with a “real chance” poised to launch a movement conservative approved independent challenge to Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton in the general election. The NeverTrumpers have taken to calling their efforts the Renegade Party, although they are less […]

Actually, 2 on Trump’s SCOTUS Short List Probably Aren’t Conservative

Last week, Donald Trump issued his short list of potential SCOTUS picks, claiming they were conservatives who would follow conservative hero Antonin Scalia, who died in February. Trump said he worked with The Federalist Society, a conservative legal organization, and The Heritage Foundation to compile his list. About half […]

What’s Really Behind #NeverTrump

I predicted that Donald Trump was going to win the GOP nomination before the Iowa caucus. I even predicted that he might run the table. While he didn’t run the table as I overly enthusiastically suggested at one point, he came closer to running the table than he did to imploding as all the smarts […]

Anaxagoras; or, When Words No Longer Have Meaning, "Snow is White" Becomes Morbid Eccentricity

Anaxagoras, c. 510 – 428 BC, Pre-Socratic Greek philosopher

Anaxagoras, c. 510 – 428 BC, Pre-Socratic Greek philosopher

The lasting legacy of Justice Antonin Scalia will be his articulation as to the metastasis of semantics from the bibliographic tradition into the “interpretive jiggery-pokery” consistent with word salad. […]

Real Men for Trump

Many rightish critics of our current political state of affairs assert that modern mass democracy does not breed true statesmen, and some of these sincere rightish critics point to the success of Donald Trump as a case in point. (I say sincere rightish critics because globalist donor class shills masquerading as movement conservatives who are […]

Why Trump?

Why not Trump? Oh I know all the bad, I have heard the arguments from self-proclaimed conservatives. These same conservatives are willing to not vote at all, or throw their vote away on a third party candidate who has no chance of winning. Either strategy is a vote for Hillary Clinton plain and simple. These […]

Trump Spokesperson Criticizes Romney for Being ‘Pro-Adoption.’ Is She a Racial Separatist?

rcsprtsIn a CNN interview on Friday, controversial Donald Trump spokesperson Katrina Pierson criticized Mitt Romney — who recently expressed doubts that he will vote for Trump in the presidential election — for being […]

I Hope Ted “Steals” It From “The People”

When masses of American voters are no longer interested in the “abstractions” and “intricacies” of their Constitution, our last hope may well be working the system beneath all the shouts and threats.

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Is Donald Trump Being Robbed? No, He’s Just Being Whiny.

Trump hairTrump’s decisive win Tuesday in his home state of New York makes a contested GOP convention a bit less likely, but there’s still a solid chance that he won’t win a majority of […]

An Anti-Trump Tennessean’s Take on “New York Values”

Trump and George Wallace Political Cartoon

Trump and George Wallace Political Cartoon

“I lived in New York City in Manhattan all my life. My views are a little different than if I lived in Iowa.” — Donald Trump, Interview with NBC’s Meet the Press host Tim Russert, October 24, 1999.

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The Constitution Party’s Donald Trump Dilemma

The Constitution Party’s National Convention kicks off tomorrow in Salt Lake City, Utah. There the CP will chose its 2016 nominee for President. More interestingly to many observers of third part dynamics, however, is how the CP will handle the Trump phenomenon.

First some background on this year’s Convention for those who do not follow […]

Yes, Madeline "Murray" Rogero: Boys Have a Penis, Girls Have a Vagina

Madeline Murray Rogero

One of my favorite movie scenes is from the 1990 comedy Kindergarten Cop starring Arnold Schwarzenegger. His character, an undercover cop, makes an immediate fool of himself interrogating his new students about their former teacher. A five year old young man […]







The politically motivated, wrongful prosecution of Rick Renzi

Rick Renzi Puts Together Top Legal Team to Appeal Hidden Evidence of FBI Agent's Corruption


Judge Unbelievably Refuses to Grant a Retrial for Former Rep. Renzi Despite Finding Rampant Prosecutorial Wrongdoing


Bombshell: New Evidence Reveals Prosecutor Corruption in Trial Against Former Congressman Rick Renzi


Time For a Congressional Investigation: Shattering New Developments of Corruption in Rep. Renzi Trial


Judge Unravels Illegal Activity by Prosecution That Ensured a Conviction of Renzi — But Will he do Anything About it?


Former Congressman Renzi Deserves a New Trial


SCOTUS Turns Down Former Rep. Rick Renzi’s Appeal of Legal Assault




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