The past year has been an interesting one for me, mini-Belle, and Madison’s Ghost. Without going into too much detail, suffice it to say that we have sadly neglected our blog; a situation that we intend to remedy, beginning with this post.
One of the catalysts for regaining our voice … Continue reading
The President and Commander-in-Chief of our country’s armed forces could not muster the compassion or basic sense of decency to attend the funeral of Maj. Gen. Harold Greene, who was recently killed in Afghanistan. IJR … Continue reading
Impeachment is the soup of the day in terms of political media’s current menu of misinformation. The issue of whether Barack Obama’s actions in some policy areas and refusal to act in others constitutes “high crimes and misdemeanors” … Continue reading
I took a few days on my Spring Break to visit with my sisters and brother, since I hadn’t really seen them very much in the past few months due to illness. We were raised to argue about politics, be honest and supportive when it comes to our personal lives, … Continue reading
There is much chatter across the fruited plain about what John Boehner laid out as a GOP plan for dealing with the “illegal immigration” issue that has been facing the US for decades now. This of course was a reaction to President Obama’s desire to fast track an amnesty program … Continue reading
Mark Levin sat down with C-Span for the channel’s “In Depth” series. It is three hours worth your time. Mr. Levin does a very good job of articulating the case for liberty as our Founders envisioned. You can watch it here.
Seventy-two years ago today, the Empire of Japan made a fateful, terrible mistake. We should remember all who died that day and honor those Americans who perished … Continue reading
I just received my official Kentucky Employees Health Plan 2014 Benefits Selection Guide, and boy, does it suck. I’m sure I can extend my vocabulary skills to come up with a more sophisticated, linguistically accurate description, but as a visceral reaction you can’t beat the average middle school student perspective. … Continue reading
According to this report in the Lexington Herald-Leader, Sen. Mitch McConnell’s campaign manager said this about working for the Senator:
Between you and me, I’m sort of holding my nose for two years because what we’re doing here is going to be a big benefit for Rand in … Continue reading