Even as some in the liberal mainstream media appear determined to spark a civil war among Senate Republicans, 11 of them are planning to move next week that the entire caucus join the House GOP caucus in an earmark moratorium for the 112th Congress. Read More
Among President Obama's key allies in selling Obamacare was the American Association of Retired Persons (AARP), the 40-million member liberal non-profit advocacy group that spent millions of dollars from its members - many of whom are anybthing but liberal - on a multi-media campaign to help the White House. Read More
Those of a certain age will remember comedian/entertainer/patriot Bob Hope singing "Thanks for the memory," which became his theme song, especially in connection with his many shows overseas for members of the U.S. military.
Now comes Politizoid with a delightful adaption to departing House Speaker Nancy Pelosi as she packs her things and strolls out of the U.S. Capitol: Read More
How does one campaign for Speaker of the House? Well, if your name is John Boehner and you happen to be odds-on favorite to get the job because you just oversaw a campaign that produced massive gains for your party, you send a letter to your colleagues asking for their support. Read More
Remember the Democratic Leadership Council (DLC) that played such a prominent moderating policy role in the Clinton administration? Unfortunately, the DLC has been relegated to second or third fiddle status during the hyper-liberal/left Obama/Reid/Pelosi reign.
Even so, it's interesting to read the DLC's assessment of why the 2010 mid-term congressional election was such a disaster for their party: Read More
It's highly doubtful there could be a more vivid demonstration of the truth of Lincoln's maxim about knowing when to keep your mouth shut than the post-election statements about the GOP victory by Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid and House Speaker Nancy Pelosi.
Here's Pelosi: Read More
While searching the Examiner's online archive for something I wrote in September 2009 about the Tea Party, I chanced upon a column on the same topic I penned concerning the same year's July 4th Tea Party protests across the country.
This paragraph appeared in that column: Read More
America's constitutional liberties had to be won with blood, sweat and bullets more than 200 years ago because then there was no other way to throw off the shackles of tyranny. Today, we accomplish the same kind of revolution, but peacefully with ballots instead of bullets.
There is nothing so revolutionary as a people with the right to vote as individual citizens to choose their leaders. Today is a revolutionary day. Read More
Yes, you read that headline correctly. Former Bush White House political mastermind Karl Rove sits down with Flash Report's Jon Fleischman to talk about the California Senate race, the GOP presidential race for 2012 and everything in between.
In the course of the conversation, Rove drops this intriguing observation: Read More