Where politics is personal not partisan

Time to Drop Two-Party Elections

November 8, 2016 0

This election could be the beginning of the end of the two-party system in America – thank goodness! The 2016 Presidential election has produced a great deal of hand-wringing. This is not atypical. We could probably make a good case […]

Why I Voted for Evan McMullin

November 7, 2016 0

Evan McMullin is the only option for some conservatives, if they vote with a conscience. I’m a lifelong conservative who has voted Republican as long as I can remember. Growing up, I watched President Reagan swing Georgia from a state […]

Clinton Actions Speak Louder Than Trump Words

October 9, 2016 0

Do Trump’s words or Clinton’s actions matter more? To me, actions speak louder than words, and Clinton’s actions are indefensible. As a woman, I find the comments published about Donald Trump disgusting. But I find the actions of Hillary Clinton […]

Can Republicans Put the Brakes on Trump?

February 25, 2016 4

Opportunities to prevent Trump from winning the nomination exist, but are slipping away. So far, insurgent businessman Donald Trump has been running away with the Republican primary elections. The question preoccupying many Republicans is whether anyone can prevent him from becoming […]

Can Scott Walker Unite Republicans?

February 12, 2015 0

The factions of the GOP are split and the Wisconsin governor is one of few candidates that can bring them together. Scott Walker, the Republican governor of Wisconsin, has generated much buzz as a potential presidential candidate since he addressed […]

What Really Put the GOP Over the Top in 2014?

November 24, 2014 0

Exit polls reveal the surprising source of the Republican midterm surge. The Republican sweep of the battleground Senate seats left conservatives both elated and shocked. No one had predicted the enormity of the Democratic rout that left pundits and politicians […]