It was an exciting election night last night with heartbreak and disappointment for both Democrats and Republicans. With impeachment dividing the nation there were several top-tier races on the docket last night including races for Governor in Mississippi and Kentucky, … Continue reading Reading The Tea Leaves From Tuesday
Yesterday, Ross Perot, the self-made billioniare and 1992 Independent Presidential candidate passed away from luekemia at the age of 89. Perot, known for speaking from the hip and galvanizing a passionate following, trumpeted issues Trump ran and won on almost … Continue reading Did Perot Cost HW Reelection?
Joe Biden is not the only moderate running in a competitive Democratic primary. But, he is the only one with a shot of winning the nomination. The front-runner, battered and bruised, had long stood out for standing up to his … Continue reading The Last Best Hope For Stopping Democrats Leftward Drift Continues To Flop
It is conceivable, and even more so, it is logical for an author to bestow those attributes which he or she feels to be honorable upon a benevolent protagonist. This includes the personality traits of such a character. Though genuinely … Continue reading Tolkien’s Aragorn Would Not Be in Favor of the LGBTQ Lobby
Last week, a poll came out of Texas showing President Trump running neck and neck with former Vice President Joe Biden. Trump also narrowly led other Democratic candidates. Combined with a narrow two point win for Senator Ted Cruz last … Continue reading Are Texas and Georgia Really Getting Bluer?
Believe it or not we still have several races uncalled two weeks after Election Day and one more race still to go. I want to focus on that race, the Mississippi Senate run-off. The sleepy affair was widely expected to … Continue reading What About The Mississippi Senate Run-off
Father Alojs Andritzki was born on July 2,1914 in Radibor, Saxony, Germany to a devout Catholic family of German Sorbs. His father, Johann Andritzki was a school teacher and his mother was Magdalena Ziesch. His father was a devout Catholic … Continue reading Father Alojs Andritzki: Martyr for the Faith
Western socialists and communists are claiming the economic recovery of Portugal shows the case for “anti-austerity” measures as a response to the financial crisis. In my native Spain, advocates of the reedition of Popular Front espouse that argument as well. … Continue reading Portuguese Economical Situation Hasn’t Improved Thanks To Interventionism
Less than 2 weeks ago, when most of America was celebrating love on Valentine’s Day, a high school in Parkland, Florida was shaken to its core when a madman, identified as Nicholas DeJesus Cruz, armed with an AR-15 Semiautomatic Sporting Rifle, … Continue reading Tragedy in Parkland, Florida: Where Does the Blame Lie?
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DESCRIPTION: Sam is joined by Ryan Marhoefer of Chapman University who has gained notoriety after he wrote an opinion piece for his college newspaper which triggered Leftists on Campus. Ryan shares his story with Sam,… Continue reading [VIDEO PODCAST] Ryan Marhoefer Joins Sam On The Whitfield Report