My latest column is up at Right Wing News. Here is an excerpt: We conservatives who have been upset over the lame duck Congress’s passage of the $1.1 trillion CROmnibus bill last month have had a bit of a reprieve over the past couple of weeks, as the new Republican-controlled […]
I am the General Manager for a nationwide document management solutions company, and a devoted husband and father. I am also a news junkie, always trying to stay up on the goings-on in politics in the United States and across the world.
I have an utterly useless BA in Liberal Studies from Cal State Bakersfield, and a Master's Degree in Information Systems from the University of Phoenix.
I'm always focused on my true loves: politics, my wife, technology, and my daughters (not in that order).
In my free time (what little of it I have), I love to write about politics - you can find my writings here on my blog, at RightWingNews.com, and at ANDMagazine.com.
I am also featured every Thursday afternoon at 1:00 PM on the Jaz McKay show on KNZR Radio
Last week’s attack on the offices of the satirical publication Charlie Hebdo captured the world’s attention, and predictably, Progressive elements are yet again rising up to equivocate and excuse the actions of evil terrorist thugs. It seems that every time Islamic terrorists attack the civilized world, it is necessary for […]
My latest column is up at AND Magazine. Here is an excerpt: The Religion of Peace has struck again, this time in Paris. Muslim terrorists killed 12 people, including the editor, deputy chief editor, and three cartoonists from the French satire magazine Charlie Hebdo, the same magazine that touched off […]
My latest column is up at AND Magazine. Here is an excerpt: In California, a new law went into effect on January 1. This law makes it legal for illegal aliens to get driver’s licenses – just one more step in the push to make those who came to the […]
It was only a matter of time before the anti-police protests sweeping America resulted in dead cops. From the beginning, the protests have been less about “justice” and more about taking revenge for perceived injustices. The anti-police hysteria in America has gotten so bad that protesters were heard at “Reverend” […]
My latest column is up at AND Magazine. Here is an excerpt: When Congress passed the CROmnibus bill (Continuing Resolution/Omnibus = CROmnibus), many conservatives were incensed, myself included. Many on the Right have been working hard to show America what a horrible law the Affordable Care Act is. Republicans in […]
There is a new interview with Barack and Michelle Obama out in People magazine, set to hit newsstands on Friday, which is very revealing on how the Obamas view the world. The interview is, of course, about race – because let’s face it, now that we have our first black president […]
My latest column is up at AND Magazine. Here is an excerpt: You would think that Republicans in Congress, fresh off of a huge win in November, would be raring to go up against President Obama, most of all on the big-ticket issues. But, as conservatives have almost come to […]
Yesterday, Senate Democrats released a controversial report on the CIA’s “enhanced interrogation techniques” employed after 9/11. Of course, with the release of this report, liberals had a field day, painting the United States in the worst light possible. No big surprise here. Motivations for releasing the report, of course, are […]
The further we get from the announcement of the Grand Jury’s verdict as to whether or not (former) Ferguson PD Officer Darren Wilson would be indicted on murder charges for shooting Michael Brown, the clearer it becomes that the truth is completely irrelevant in the ongoing controversy, violence, and protests […]
My latest column is up at AND Magazine. Here is an excerpt: After a careful review of multitudes of evidence, the Grand Jury chose not to indict Ferguson Police Officer Darren Williams on murder charges for the shooting of Michael Brown. Riots and looting began immediately following the prosecutor’s announcement. By […]
The verdict is in on Officer Darren Wilson. He will not face a murder indictment for the shooting of Michael Brown. Immediately following the announcement, riots broke out once again in Ferguson, MO. This was no big surprise – there were going to be riots regardless of the outcome of […]