It was Ted Cruz, until he granted Obama more executive power (trade deal)…
 May 28, 2015 at 1:23pm
AmericablessGod – It’s the us against them (Democrats vs. Republicans) and the two party system that placed us in this mess. The base is conservative. Conservatives wanted Mitch McConnel gone in Kentucky and Thad Cochran gone in Mississippi. Republicans teamed up with Democrats in order for them to win. Now the Republican controlled Senate is operating as a Democrat controlled Senate. It’s time for the wise old conservatives (who know better) to wake the hell up and realize the Republican slide towards progressivism won’t change, because the Republican constituents aren’t smart enough to put an end to it. All liberty will be lost if we compromise with progressives.
 May 28, 2015 at 1:17pm
Barber2 – That’s the most moronic statement you could offer. The in-fighting is between conservatives and progressives within the Republican party. We’ve seen how a Republican controlled Senate is no different than a Democrat controlled Senate. Progressive Republicans don’t have to change, because you idiots will continue to vote for them, even after they stole Senate elections in Kentucky and Mississippi with the help of Democrats. Now we’re reaping the consequences with Mitch McConnell as the Senate majority leader.
 May 28, 2015 at 1:06pm
In an article where Santorum is attacking Hillary, you’ve offered up the opinion that he and his team think they’re running against Obama. Brilliant assessment, as always, ModerateRepublican. (sarcabort)
 May 24, 2015 at 1:10pm
Yeah, just like how they helped Al Qaeda dominate the region… Get a clue. The Obama administration was running guns to the Syrian rebels (ISIS), and now refuses to help aid the Iraqi soldiers in a fight against those same foreign invaders, despite all the blood we’ve sacrificed in order to make the country stable. We can speculate, to varying degrees, as to why they want no part of inserting troops back into Iraq: perhaps they realize freedom and Islam will never co-exist, perhaps they’re appeasing the far left, or perhaps it’s just another domino (overthrowing muslim nations) that needs to fall (ding, ding, ding). For an anti-war politician, president Obama sure does like to see the governments of Muslim nations fall (Egypt, Libya, Syria, etc.). It’s almost like he’s helping ignite the caliphate…
 May 23, 2015 at 12:56am
He’s pouring fuel on that fire with the NSA vote right now, but Rand stands with the Constitution and 60% of the American people. Who’s interests are the leadership of the two parties acting on behalf of?
 May 22, 2015 at 11:59pm
MindTheGOP is probably right. Although Rafael Cruz loves America, any citizen born in the United States can be influenced negatively by one foreign born parent who has no allegiance to this country (e.g. Obama). Cruz was my top choice for president, but Rand is after today. All the others have been eliminated. It’s time for conservatives to take a stand and realize the lesser of two evils is still evil. We can’t reverse any of the damage until we quit enabling the establishment GOP. They are not our ally. We won’t allow them to trample on the Constitution at this rate any longer. The 2nd Revolution is coming.
 May 13, 2015 at 1:06pm
acidovorax – What’s your point? Do you not believe in equal rights? They’ve always been in the framework of the Constitution. Any case of rights being violated in the past doesn’t justify the persecution of Christians today or in the future. The ideas of liberty and free will come from the Bible itself. Honest people with good intentions on the left need to denounce this hate and vengefulness. They can’t have both equal rights and revenge.
 May 13, 2015 at 12:48pm
Has Michael Moore reversed his position on disarming the people?
This is more pathetic than when atheists quote Jesus (twist his words) in an attempt to prove some point. Luckily we can solve all the worlds problems with a hashtag:
 May 13, 2015 at 12:33pm
Our Constitutional Republic is a ruling majority, but it protects the rights of everyone, or at least it used to before the left perverted every aspect of it and our elected representatives started placing power over principles. Once progressives have taken over, they won’t need the gay and lesbian community or the rest of the useful idiots and no one will have rights.
 May 12, 2015 at 6:04pm
The old man must have got in at lest one good shot. Look how fat that kid’s lips are…
 May 12, 2015 at 5:58pm
And that $2,500 annual premium provides the best health insurance socialism can buy…
 May 11, 2015 at 3:04pm
A branch of liberalism creates the problem, progressivism capitalizes on it.
 May 6, 2015 at 11:50am
What other kinds of materials and structures does the local government ‘regulate?’ T-shirts? Bibles? American flags? Flag holders? Conservative campaign signs?
 May 6, 2015 at 11:43am
If this isn’t a scary statement, I don’t know what is:
“The city’s intent was not to regulate the content of the sign, simply to ensure the structure and material of the sign met the requirements of the ordinance,” read a statement from the local government.
How many structures with non-religious content have been inspected?
 May 6, 2015 at 11:37am
Bill O’Reilly has lost all credibility with me. He’s been on the wrong side of so many issues the past year and a half it’s impossible to remember the entire list. It’s becoming clearer and clearer, it won’t be the younger generations fault we lose our Republic. The blame should be placed on the previous generations who never questioned government, taught their children to abide by authority no matter what, and always placed security in front of liberty. It’s impossible to defeat progressives, if you’re being lead by progressives disguised as conservatives. The Senate hasn’t passed a major bill in 2015 without 93% Democrat support. Who lectured Republicans on the importance of voting for Mitch McConnell and Thad Cochran after they teamed up with Democrats to keep (steal) their seats in office? Bill O’Reilly and his guest, Bernie Goldberg. Who objected to the Speaker of the House being decided democratically? Bill O’Reilly and FOX news. Who went on a smear campaign after Rand Paul took a pro-liberty position on mandatory vaccinations? Bill O’Reilly and FOX’s nightly lineup. Who’s never questioned the income tax or the federal government’s only source to control it’s own citizens? Most American citizens…
 May 5, 2015 at 11:17pm
Anyone who thinks FOX isn’t actively working against Tea Party candidates and people standing for real conservatism are fooling themselves. They provide examples on a weekly, if not daily basis. Don’t let sensitivity towards anything negative said about FOX prevent you from seeing the truth. The reactions to the announcements of Ted Cruz and Rand Paul compared to the announcement of Rubio was all too telling to anyone paying attention.
 May 5, 2015 at 10:54pm
Yeah Red, that theory falls right in line with your idea that offensive speech should be silenced amidst any threat. Good thing Texans don’t think like that…
 May 5, 2015 at 10:47pm
The first two sentences should be combined as such:
Former Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee responded to allegations that he is a “big government conservative” by appearing on the… FOX News channel.
Nothing says you’re not a BIG government Republican like appearing on the propaganda arm of the establishment GOP. Was Karl Rove interviewed afterwards to substantiate it?
 May 4, 2015 at 10:53pm
Chuck Stein and others are right. 1 to 4 stars in three years? Did he swear an oath to the king? View any Obama decision with skepticism. Especially when McTraitor is in agreement. Would they both still like to arm the Syrian rebels (ISIS)? Even a quick wikipedia search highlights how one of his promotions came about through the Petraeus scandal (blackmail):
“On October 10, 2012, General Dunford was nominated by President Barack Obama to lead U.S. and NATO forces in Afghanistan. After an investigation into inappropriate communications from the then-current commander in Afghanistan, General John R. Allen, was opened, Secretary Panetta requested that General Dunford’s nomination be acted on promptly. Dunford assumed command of the International Security Assistance Force and U.S. Forces Afghanistan (USFOR-A) from General Allen, who had since been cleared in the Pentagon’s investigation involving his e-mails in the Petraeus scandal, on February 10, 2013.”