September 27, 2020

Conservatives Are NOT Losing Spending Wars

Herewith, several explanations of the spending numbers. While conservatives clearly aren’t winning big in the spending wars, we’re doing better than many conservatives have recognized. Much, much more must be done, of course, but the trend towards extravagance has been significantly slowed, although not yet reversed. First, here is why things are bad, and why the sequester is […]

Conservatives Rationalize as America Circles the Drain

It’s often hard to accept the truth, especially when that truth is scary — when reality seems to offer you no solutions, only poison from which to pick. It’s as with a man I once knew who insisted that it couldn’t be proven that smoking is bad for you.  He knew better in his heart, […]

Conservatives Must Learn the Dark Arts of Image Manipulation

Okay, we’ve had the End of the Republic, the degenerate electorate thesis, and the ritual beating of Mitt Romney. I hope everybody has had their catharsis, because it’s time to get serious. It’s typical in an election lost by the right for every last factor is poked at, examined, and raked over the coals except […]

Conservatives using Alinsky’s Rule Number 5

Two of the most interesting stars in the world of conservative broadcasting, each a master of ridicule, have newly published books timed for the for the Christmas season.  Michael Savage and Greg Gutfeld are both masters of ridicule, a tool extensively deployed by the left but too little by the right, especially its more respectable regions. […]

Why Liberals Cheer When Conservatives Die

Print Email Text Size The Spectacle Blog By Aaron Goldstein on 3.1.12 @ 11:58PM Earlier today, Quin Hillyer ripped Matt Yglesias a new one after he went on Twitter to delight in the death of Andrew Breitbart. Well, Yglesias was outdone by Matt Taibbi of Rolling Stone who wrote this afternoon, “Good! F#*k him. I […]

Presidential Race 2012: Imperfect Conservatives Need Not Apply

The criteria embraced by the liberal media, Democrats, and some conservatives for selecting the 2012 Republican presidential nominee are quite clear: imperfect conservatives need not apply.  Conservative presidential candidates must have been born yesterday, not having lived long enough to break any of the Ten Commandments, make a mistake, or say or do anything stupid. […]

Governor Jindal Stirring Unrest among Louisiana Conservatives

Even though Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal just won re-election in a landslide victory, there is a growing rumbling of discontent statewide among conservatives.  While Jindal is being touted nationwide as the next great hope for the Republican Party, there are folks in Louisiana who would beg to differ.  How can that be with such an […]