Archives for: July 2012

DOJ Weasel Keeps Weaseling

Thomas Perez, Assistant Attorney General of the United States, is one of the most destructive forces against the rule of law in our nation, including being the man responsible for the DoJ dropping charges against the New Black Panthers for voter intimid… more »

Difficult Days in Denver

Following the mass murder in a Colorado movie theater last Thursday night, I had the "opportunity," a word I choose carefully, to host 12 hours of talk radio over three consecutive mornings, from Saturday (when I had a co-host) through Monday, on… more »

Apply to Leadership Program of the Rockies

One of the most valuable experiences of my life was going through the Leadership Program of the Rockies (about seven years ago.) It’s not just what you learn that’s so important, but also who you meet. Some of my closest friends and political allies in… more »

Just Say No

It was one of the earliest defining moments of this presidential campaign. It left the White House accusing the early field of Republicans of being out of touch and, typical of Democrats' now-tired rhetoric, beholden to "millionaires and billionaires"… more »

Thelma and Louise Economics

Things didn't end all that well for Thelma and Louise, in the eponymous 1991 Ridley Scott film, as they drove off a cliff in a desperate effort to evade legal and moral responsibility for having transformed themselves from non-descript mediocrities into… more »

The Color of Your Character

Liberals really are a single-minded lot: In their view, the only possible explanation for a person hoping that Barack Obama loses his next election is racism. All things political are analyzed through a filter of skin color, putting today's left… more »

In Defense of Eric Fehrnstrom

Conservative media is, if you'll pardon the 21st-century pun, all atwitter following Romney advisor Eric Fehrnstrom's interview with MSNBC's Chuck Todd in which Fehrnstrom said that Governor Romney believes the Obamacare "individual mandate" is a penalt… more »