Harry Reid and the Chamber of Secrets

By:  Katie Kieffer “Deeply and deceptively interesting,” is how New York Times Magazine described Sen. Harry Reid in January of 2010. Deceptive indeed. Five years later, Reid’s cache of secrets in the Senate chamber puts Harry Potter’s wizardry to shame. Two chambers—House and Senate—comprise the U.S. legislature. Our bicameral structure helps keep raw political power…

Oh, You Didn’t Know?

It appears that the democrat’s “chickens are coming home to roost,” in terms of ObamaCare (Affordable Health Care Act). There are a decreased number of democrats in congress and the affects of ObamaCare these particular democrat’s constituents. The facts on the grounds are these: People without insurance and who are not signed on to ObamaCare,…

Life, What Is That

Everyone knows that there is a loathing and hatred, by the progressives, of everything which has to do with life, except, that is when it comes to the death penalty. It all starts with when they feel that life begins. My feeling on the matter is this, to use their language: “I am pro choice……

The Laundry List Of None Effect.

Every year of a president’s since Woodrow Wilson have given these “laundry list” speeches of what they want to get done in the upcoming year or remaining years in his term. Last nights State of the Union by the partisan man-child of a president.  Everyone knows that this particular rigid idealog who will not want to…