Sean Hannity, the Rodney Dangerfield of Network Anchors

“I get no respect.” – Rodney Dangerfield Okay, it’s happened again so I’ve got to say something. Sean Hannity quizzed super attorney Jay Sekulow on the Hannity Show Friday night and solved the whole travel ban issue. It was a brilliant exchange. You can see it here. So Saturday, all day, anchor after anchor and […]

Happy Birthday Ronald Reagan, what do you think about Trump?

People make comparisons between Donald Trump and Ronald Reagan. They were both actors. Both had been divorced. Both men had been Democrats. Both men had some populist appeal. They were exactly the same on many issues, like their position on abortion. But there were also many differences. President Trump and President Reagan lived in different […]

Why Donald Trump is the most impactful president-elect since Abraham Lincoln

Okay, sit back down. You’re okay. Breathe. Breathe. You’ll be alright. I said, “impactful,” okay? “Impactful.” It’s not even a Gates approved word, it underlines red in Microsoft Word. Just relax. First, lets take a little tour and see some other impactful presidents-elect so you will get a sense of context. Why Ronald Reagan was […]

Why George H.W. Bush will be ranked as one of America’s greatest presidents.

In a hundred years George H.W. Bush will be ranked among America’s greatest presidents. Maybe in the top five, with Washington, Lincoln, Franklin D. Roosevelt and, yes, his predecessor, Ronald Reagan. It will be said that Lincoln saved the union but Reagan and Bush saved mankind. Today we worry about what would happen if nuclear […]

How Trump beats a rigged convention?

4/18/2016 “That’s not fair!” Donald Trump supporters say. They are complaining about the fact that millions of votes are ignored as the GOP establishment continues to try to rob him of the nomination by stacking the delegate process. What an irony. In 2012, former governor and GOP Rules Chairman, John Sununu, said the exact same thing […]

Top Presidential Historian says Ted Cruz not eligible to be president

Could Ted Cruz, born December 22, 1970 in Calgary, Alberta, Canada, be Constitutionally ineligible for the presidency?  If he were alive today, one of America’s most distinguished presidential historians, J.J. Perling, would say yes.  We know that because he made that very judgement about another very distinguished American who was in the pipeline for the […]

Jimmy Carter: He never told a lie

Jimmy Carter held a press conference today, announcing details on his growing battle with cancer. “I will never lie to you,” Jimmy Carter said back in 1976.  And so far, he never has. The dignity, humility and integrity of Jimmy Carter is best illustrated by what he hasn’t done. Unlike presidents who followed him he […]

Why I support Rand Paul and why he reminds me of Ronald Reagan.

For the first time since Ronald Reagan we have a political figure who is not just running for office to seek personal power but one who is actually leading a popular movement.   I’m talking about Senator Rand Paul who leads a diverse array of young people, free market conservatives, African Americans and Internet Geeks in […]

Looking for Randy Smith

I have watched with envy over the last decade as friends and family find each other on the internet.  Sometimes the odds are long and the distances in time and geography are daunting but the stories keep coming and they are heartwarming and compelling.  But what can you do when your boyhood friend is named […]