Saturday, June 30, 2012

Test Track "Plussing" to Take Place

It's the weekend, and with summer temperatures, the gut punch this country had during the week and the new reality future Republican presidents must stomach, I'm taking a bit of a break from politics and what else am I going to talk about, but Disney.

Friday, June 29, 2012


As planned, Congress held Attorney General Eric Holder in Criminal Contempt (255-67), for his failure to provide information in the Congressional investigation of Border Agent Brian Terry's death, as a result of Operation Fast and Furious. Unlike the ObamaCare vote, this vote was bipartisan in nature, where 17 Democrats defected, as they expect another tsunami to hit the House on November 6, 2012.

Wednesday, June 27, 2012

And We Wait...

Washington DC and the United States wait with baited breath as to how the Supreme Court will rule on ObamaCare this Thursday, the last day the court is in session before the summer.

Tuesday, June 26, 2012

When Bullying is Acceptable

One month ago, a high school Social Studies teaching in North Carolina had a little problem in the classroom.

Monday, June 25, 2012

The Feds tell AZ to Stick It

Earlier today, the Supreme Court decided on the Arizona Immigration Law, SB 1070. While most of the law was struck down, the "papers" section was not and the Obama Administration sent a message to the state of Arizona.

SCOTUS Happenings

In the last week before the Supreme Court goes into recess for the summer, America awaits some big decisions including ObamaCare. While we did not get a verdict of ObamaCare, we did get a Verdict on the Arizona Immigration Law.

Saturday, June 23, 2012

Time for a Disney Break: Epcot!

With the sad stories and rehash of upsetting news this week, I figure it's time to take a break from it all, and where else do I go?!? That's right: Disney!

More on Romney's Veep

Earlier this week, I wrote about some well-known Republicans who could become Mitt Romney's running mate. A lot of people were asking me why I left out a couple of names: Paul Ryan and Chris Christie. To make them happy, here is my analysis of these two Republicans.

Thursday, June 21, 2012

Romney's Veep Pick

The person that Mitt Romney will pick to be his Vice President is the most important decision he will make this summer.

Fast & Furious: A Contepmtuous CYA

For nearly the past two of years, the investigation behind Operation Fast and Furious has been building, and with today's events, it clearly looks like Obama has a full-blown scandal on his hands.

Sunday, June 17, 2012

100 Rounds of Presidential Golf

Despite what the White House may release, Barack Obama likes to golf. To play a full 18 holes and include the motorcade to and from the links, it's about a five hour ordeal.

Saturday, June 16, 2012

Sarah Palin Addresses Right Online

Last night, Sarah Palin addressed the 2012 Right Online Conference in Las Vegas.

Rose Garden Rumble

In the Rose Garden today, Obama was announcing his latest Amnesty Ploy to win voters in November. This is no surprise and it's the beginning of the pandering, stepping on the Constitution, which this Executive Order does and firesales (watch for students loans and certain mortgages to be forgiven) that will take place before November 6.

This staged moment hit a snag when an "off-teleprompter moment" moment occurred, as The Daily Caller's Neil Munro asked a question during Obama's speech. As you'll see, it received quite a testy response from the President.

Wednesday, June 13, 2012

Reality Bites: Dems Realize Obama Can Lose

At first glance, one might think that Mary Matlin has finally got James Carville thinking in a Conservative fashion, but peel it back, Carville is still Mr. Democrat, but he is now being hit like a Mack truck with the possibility that Barack Obama may lose in November.

Tuesday, June 12, 2012

California Adventure Re-Imagineering Complete

Some call it an escape, some call it crazy, but me; I just love it. That's right, friends, here comes another post on Disney, since we need a break from politics every now and then. Big things are happening out west as the Re-Imagineering of Disney California Adventure is complete.

25 Years Ago: "Tear Down this Wall"

On this day 25 years ago, this happened:

Friday, June 8, 2012

Hey Millennials! You're Not Special!

Great speech today by David McCullough, Jr, son of the historian, who himself, is an English teacher. It gets really good at 3:00.

Sunday, June 3, 2012

Florida Voter Purge Angers Justice

A state that has been plagued with voter issues, has decided a Presidential election by 537 votes and is a very important state, if not the most important, in 2012 (that I predict Romney will win), Florida's Secretary of State is reviewing voter eligibility and plans to purge close to 3000 ineligible voters if they do not provide evidence of citizenship.

2012 Prediction: Florida is a Red State

This election season has been so unstable and tentative, but despite all this uncertainty, I'm willing and confident enough to make a prediction of what will occur this November: Florida will be a red state and its 29 electoral votes will go to Mitt Romney.

Saturday, June 2, 2012

Nobody Holds a Grudge Like Bill Clinton

Just as Cory Booker did before he was taken hostage and Deval Patrick did, former president Bill Clinton had some interesting comments about Mitt Romney and Bain Capital.

Disastrous Employment Figures

First Friday of every month, the previous month's unemployment figures are released and no matter how much the Federal Government tries to play with the numbers and no matter how much the mainstream media under-report it, these numbers are a disaster and may play out on Election Day!