Guest Dispatch: The Continuing Insult

John Flores in Oregon sent us the following Guest Dispatch on immigration reform and the Republican National Committee’s ongoing new voter outreach efforts. If you’re not doing so already, be sure to follow him on Twitter. By John Flores (Oregon) Much to no one’s surprise, the GOP has announced its new strategy for ensuring future …

Guest Dispatch: When the lights go on …

We have a Guest Dispatch this afternoon from the West Coast.  John penned a few dispatches last year from his perch in Oregon. Yes, amigos, there are many Republicans in Beaver State. We look forward to many more dispatches from out west, especially from our friend, Johnny Dadums.  This post is a little Biblical, with a …

One Precinct at a Time, With No Care About Re-Election Prospects

I always enjoy reading Thomas Sowell’s writings. He is clear thinker and author. This is especially true on economic and political issues, as well as on matters pertaining to the race in America. Sowell recenlty granted the folks at Newsmax an exclusive interview in which he talks about RNC outreach efforts: Sowell tells Newsmax TV that …

RNC, Moderating our Agenda Makes No Sense

Maybe it is our South Florida upbringing, tempered by more than two decades now of Virginia common sense, but the folks I’ve worked with through the years in the GOP and Congress tend not to like to air our mistakes in public. Why give our political enemies ammunition? But for two people involved with the drafting …

Guest Dispatch: GOP, Relevance or Irrelevant

This week’s Guest Dispatch by Arthur Freyre takes a look at GOP, the recent RNC Winter Meeting, and the future of the party. Before you read it, a few words from the Editor.  A lot has been said about the future of the Grand Ol’ Party. Most of it, not good. Some of it is …

MSNBC: The iPhone is Racist

Reading the Daily Caller on my “racist” Apple device this morning, I noted this MSNBC gem: “Minorities Hit Hardest by iPhone Tracking Technology”. And they wonder why their ratings are in the tanks? As an American Republican of Cuban ancestry, card carrying member of the National Rifle Association and the Federalist Society, I guess I should …

Obama and Democrats “Sting” the Pachyderms

When I read last week that President Barack Obama told Republican leaders ‘I won’, in response to Republican opposition to a government-growing stimulus bill, I thought of bees.  You see, there is nothing more menacing to a 10,ooo pound elephant than the sound of angry bees.   The pachyderm is known to run to avoid a sting.  …