We all have them…
Posted on 12 April 2013.
We all have them…
Posted on 09 April 2013.
“Palin hasn’t changed, Coulter has”
Posted on 08 April 2013.
Coulter starting punching up and didn’t stop until she made a complete fool of herself
Posted on 24 November 2012.
The next Arianna Huffington?
Posted on 07 November 2012.
He ran a “magnificent campaign”.
Posted on 24 October 2012.
R = Rhetoric
Posted on 20 August 2012.
“Republicans could still win this seat, especially by replacing Akin with Sarah Steelman, the Sarah Palin-endorsed candidate who came in a very close third in the primary. Right now, any of the other primary candidates would be a better bet than Akin. But an attractive, pro-life, Palin-endorsed Republican woman is a shoe-in to beat McCaskill. Especially after this.”
Posted on 02 April 2012.
“Like her love object Chris Christie, Coulter has been taking many open shots at Palin lately.”
Posted on 15 March 2012.
“Dealing with reality”
Posted on 22 February 2012.
Posted on 05 February 2012.
Mitt let’s another liberal genie out of the bottle.
Posted on 16 November 2011.
Coulter and other usual pundits cannot celebrate and promote constitutionally-principled conservatives when it’s time to win a mid-term election only to turn around and damn them when it’s time to hold the Republicans accountable, too.
Posted on 02 November 2011.
Even though the attacks on Herman Cain are unfair, the pundits seem to be selective in their defense.
Posted on 05 October 2011.
Posted on 08 September 2011.
More than any declared candidate, Palin’s speeches and policy statements are “solid as can be”.
Posted on 07 September 2011.
The maddening “tease” Coulter and Ingraham complained about will retroactively become signs of Palin’s intentions that should have been obvious all along.
Posted on 28 June 2011.
“On what does Coulter base her claim that Christie, and only Christie, can beat Obama? Christie’s not proven to have fought tough elections in the past, is not a true conservative, has only a little over a year of executive experience, and is not even well liked in his own state!”
Posted on 25 March 2011.
The decision to serve as “America’s point guard” lies with Governor Palin and the American electorate, not with pundits who want push the narrative of the Establishment or project their own ideals of power and influence on Governor Palin.