Tag Archives: Mike Huckabee

Ben & Bill; Baseball & Baloney

Wednesday night I kept switching television channels between politics and baseball highlights.  My regular readers know my favorite sport is baseball and that my favorite team is the Tampa Bay Rays.  The piece of baseball news that most caught my … Continue reading

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Mostly The Same Old Show

CPAC held its annual convention last week in Washington.  I have often compared the event to the circus and the 2014 version gave me another variation on that analogy: It was basically the same old show with perhaps a rare … Continue reading

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Democrats Need Hillary

The scenario: You are a basketball coach.  Your team is down by less than three points and has just been awarded the ball under your offensive basket.  The time on the clock will only allow for one final shot.  You … Continue reading

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The Paradox Of Democratic Patriotism

In today’s American politics what could be very good for the Democratic Party could be disastrous for the country if it goes slightly wrong.  Monday morning the news of just such a situation developing in Texas came my way.  It … Continue reading

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Bye, Bye Benghazi

It is Wednesday morning as I pen this article and one of the big anticipated news items of the day is the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee’s hearing on Benghazi.  If the events of September 11, 2012 didn’t include … Continue reading

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United In Hate

Depending on the path and wrath of Issac the Republicans will hold their convention in Tampa this week.  Technically they will start it on Monday with a gavel in, gavel to adjourn session.  You know, just like Rick Snyder the … Continue reading

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United In Hatred

What I had predicted for some time started to become apparent Saturday.  The Republican Party is starting to unite behind Mitt Romney.  They are not enthusiastic about it but they want to beat President Obama more than they want to … Continue reading

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Politics Of Charity

My Wednesday morning perusal of the Washington Post was rather mundane until I came upon an article that has deeply disturbed me.  It was Sarah Kliff’s article Why Komen defunded Planned Parenthood.  My first thought was how could two charities … Continue reading

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Way To Go Wisconsin!

If you are like most Americans when you turned the radio on in your car during the drive home or turned on the television as you settled in after supper on Tuesday you caught the news that Wisconsin progressives had … Continue reading

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All Aboard

As I watch the results come in from the Iowa Caucus the 1980 Ozzy Osbourne song, Crazy Train is running through my mind.  There is an old political adage that there are three tickets out of Iowa and tonight’s results … Continue reading

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