Higher education in the United States has become nearly synonymous with liberalism. Many conservative parents likely cringe when they imagine the mind-bending lectures that their young, knowledge-hungry, first-year college students will be subjected to upon arrival at university. Luckily, there is an antithesis to the trend.
Efforts to force President Barack Obama to prove his eligibility to be President are moving in several States. A complaint in Georgia has moved to the appellate level, and a new complaint was recently filed in Pennsylvania. Cases are also reportedly developing in Mississippi, Alabama and other States.
Imagine a world in which the decisions you make for you children are irrelevant. It’s a world in which the state, rather than the parents, determines what your child must eat for lunch. Parents in Hoke County, N.C., are experiencing it firsthand.
The mainstream media are working in lockstep with the Republican establishment to defeat Ron Paul. By denying Paul a victory — and a fourth straight defeat for Romney — the establishment is proving it is terrified of Paul’s message of liberty and doing its best to prop up a Romney campaign that is not resonating with conservatives.
A “Libya-styled” NATO attack on Syria grows closer by the day. Already, British and French Special Forces are on the ground in Syria. And U.S. commanders are making plans for military action there. Syria is about to develop into a proxy war between the West and Iran. What explodes from there is anybody’s guess.
And I’m not talking about President Barack Obama, who has produced a (fake) copy of his birth certificate only to prove that he really isn’t a natural born citizen. I’m talking about Tea Party hero Marco Rubio, the Senator from Florida who is being touted by the Republican establishment as the likely pick for the GOP Vice Presidential nominee.
Political Action Committees are dominating the 2012 Presidential election season with millions of dollars from wealthy donors, unions, corporations and other outside groups funding an advertising war between the candidates.
Apparently, Newt Gingrich never learned the Mark Twain adage: “If you tell the truth, you don’t have to remember anything.” Fresh off his win in South Carolina, Newt Gingrich went into full Gingrich mode and started talking off the top of his head again. It always gets him in trouble. This time, he just flat out lied.
Mitt Romney rolled into South Carolina wearing his new title of “presumptive nominee.” Then, the Romney Express missed the curve and slammed face-first into the wall at full speed.
Much attention these days is focused on the Republican Presidential beauty contest, especially now that primaries have begun. But a far more important election is much closer to home: the race for your county sheriff.