Hey, what about that war on men?

Long have Democrats trumpeted their belief Republicans have a war on women – over abortion and other issues, even though the issue in many cases basically isn’t abortion, but who has to pay for it. But is there a war on men in America? Read more . . .

For First Time, Women Voters Overruled Men in Nov. Election

This Oct. 19, 2012 file photo shows thee audience, who were mostly women, listen behind President Barack Obama as he speaks about the choice facing women in the election during a campaign event at George Mason University in Fairfax, Va. Sorry, fellas, but President Barack Obama’s re-election makes it official: Women can overrule men at the ballot box. For the first time in research dating to 1952, the candidate whom the most men chose — Continue Reading →

Crushing Ambition – Bill O’Reilly – Page 1

The left-wing media went wild after the election when analysis showed that many poorer Americans supported President Obama and entitlements could have been a major reason why. Liberals always like to think of themselves as noble, and the thought that some vote-buying could have occurred is deeply offensive to them. Nevertheless, the facts speak for themselves. Americans earning less than $30,000 a year gave the president about 7 million more votes than Gov. Romney. All Continue Reading →

Gingrich: The very first Americans – Conservative News

By: Newt and Callista Gingrich 11/21/2012 06:10 AM It was 392 years ago this month that a small band of religious pilgrims from England agreed in writing how they would govern their new settlement at Plymouth. Their covenant began, “In the name of God, Amen.” Today, we know their agreement as the Mayflower Compact, and these pioneers as the Pilgrims. They would have considered themselves among the earliest English settlers in the colonies — but Continue Reading →

More than three-quarters of homosexuals voted for Obama: surveys | LifeSiteNews.com

WASHINGTON, D.C., November 20, 2012, (LifeSiteNews.com) – At least three-quarters – and perhaps as much as 90 percent – of homosexual voters supported Barack Obama in the 2012 presidential election, a high return on the president’s decision to court key Democratic constituencies. A national poll found that homosexual and transgender voters backed Barack Obama over Mitt Romney by a margin of 76 percent to 22 percent. LGBT voters made up five percent of the electorate, Continue Reading →

When Culture Abandons Reason (and Faith) | Crisis Magazine

For reasons that are both unfathomable as well as perplexing, the vast majority of young Canadians are champions of Barack Obama. I was informed that when a certain teacher asked her students who preferred Obama to Romney, all hands shot up. The entire class expressed unhesitating enthusiasm for the now re-elected President. Yet, no student, when asked, could give a single reason for holding the President in such high esteem. This phenomenon offers a good Continue Reading →

What President Obama Did Not Say – Truth and Charity Forum

In his re-election speech, President Obama, amidst enthusiastic cheers, made the following declaration to his audience and to all America: I believe we can keep the promise of our founders, the idea that if you’re willing to work hard, it doesn’t matter who you are or where you come from or what you look like or where you love. It doesn’t matter whether you’re black or white or Hispanic or Asian or Native American or Continue Reading →

Thomas Sowell: The Need to Explain

The most successful Republican presidential candidate of the past half century— Ronald Reagan, who was elected and reelected with landslide victories— bore little resemblance to the moderate candidates that Republican conventional wisdom depicts as the key to victory, even though most of these moderate candidates have in fact gone down to defeat. One of the biggest differences between Reagan and these latter-day losers was that Reagan paid great attention to explaining his policies and values. Continue Reading →

President Obama Is The Luckiest President In History

I can’t help but believe the title to this post is so true. President Obama really is the luckiest President in the history of America. Imagine, if you will, what the reaction would have been if the scandal over CIA Director David Petraeus’s affair with Paula Broadwell had broken before the election. What if the scandal had already emerged to show the involvement of General John Allen’s involvement with Jill Kelley? If certain sources are Continue Reading →

Jindal: ‘Enough of this dumbed-down conservatism’ | Times 247

Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal on Monday called on Republicans to “stop being the stupid party” and make a concerted effort to reach a broader swath of voters with an inclusive economic message that pre-empts efforts to caricature the GOP as the party of the rich. In his first interview since his party’s electoral thumping last week, Jindal urged Republicans to both reject anti-intellectualism and embrace a populist-tinged reform approach that he said would mitigate what Continue Reading →

Nice Losers | RealClearPolitics

Mitt Romney now joins the long list of the kinds of presidential candidates favored by the Republican establishment– nice, moderate losers, people with no coherently articulated vision, despite how many ad hoc talking points they may have. The list of Republican presidential candidates like this goes back at least as far as 1948, when Thomas E. Dewey ran against President Harry Truman. Dewey spoke in lofty generalities while Truman spoke in hard-hitting specifics. Since then, Continue Reading →

Moses and the Gipper and the End of America | First Things

I am relieved.Now that a week has passed, and people have processed things a little, I can admit publicly what I have to date only said to a few close friends.I am relieved at the outcome of the election.This is not to say I am pleased. Regardless of what he said while addressing the University of Notre Dame, Barack Obama has amply demonstrated his willingness to ignore the rights of religious entities to exist and Continue Reading →