Freedom on the Fourth Rally. Why?

Andy Horning and Dave Bond were on the show this morning. They explained why there will be a rally tomorrow at 10 AM at the Governor’s Mansion. They explained why people are so upset with our government, and what we can do to change it. You can listen below, or read this from Andy’s blog: It […]

Democratic Convention Recap!

1 PM Update: Ran into Dr. Woody Meyers. He is a delegate. His only future Political plans were to come into the convention and vote as a delegate. Spoke to Congressman Joe Donelly. He had no public comment on Tony Zirkle… 🙂 Hear that interview Monday. We are in the Marriott. The room here is […]

More Democratic Lunacy…

From the Failed Policies of the Past File: Mike O’Connor may step down later this summer as Marion County Democratic Chairman. His replacement? Ed Treacy! Obama laid out his economic plan for the Wall Street Journal: “Sen. Obama cited new economic forces to explain what appears like a return to an older-style big-government Democratic platform skeptical of market […]

Tim Russert and the Decline of Journalism

The passing of Tim Russert is a sad event in American Government. The media’s job is to challenge politicians on their words. No one does that better then Tim Russert. In fact, few do what Russert did. We are entering a dangerous age of journalism, and therefore, politics and government. The pace of media has […]

My Thoughts on GOP Shenanigans

Ronald Reagan did not believe in third parties. He believed that a person should choose a party that most closely identifies with a person’s beliefs and values. For myself, that is the Republicans. But what happens when a party loses its way? The Republican sins of big government are too numerous to mention for the […]

How the GOP kept the Pauliacs Quiet on Monday

I’ve been sent an account that sheds some light on a few different issues at the Republican Convention this past Monday. First, the changing of the delegate election rules to keep Ron Paul sleepers from being delegates to the National Convention. The other was why Greg Zoeller was chosen over Jon Costas. I will post […]

Newt, Burton, Term Limits…

Ten Years ago today…. http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-srv/politics/special/clinton/stories/burton050798.htm There’s an article from the Washington Post from May 7, 1998, referring to events from May 6, 1998. Newt Gingrich calls Dan Burton an embarrassment: ”This contrast was evident during the GOP’s closed conference meeting yesterday, when Gingrich apologized to his colleagues for how staffers distributed the tapes on Friday. […]

Operation Chaos

Mike Kole, former Libertarian candidate for S.O.S., has a good blog on Operation Chaos. Read it here: http://www.kolehardfacts.blogspot.com/ Here is a taste: “OK, so it’s no dilemma for those who refrain from participating in Primary Elections on the basis of these elections essentially being the private business of the political parties, and not a genuine […]

Obama versus Hillary – Indy Style

Indiana has the pleasure of actually mattering in this Election year. Earlier in the month, Barack Obama visited Plainfield High School. Hillary Clinton visited Ben Davis High School this past Saturday. WXNT producer Chris Spangle covered both and here are his impressions: Both gyms are of equal size. Both Schools opened space for overflow. Senator […]