Michelle Obama’s secret fantasy Reply

It’s Friday, and Jodi Miller is back! The crackerjack reporter from NewsBusted enjoyed a much-deserved vacation last week. As you will quickly discover, the news never stops, and Jodi is back with a fresh take on the news the Mainstream Media chooses to ignore. Jodi always does it with a smile and the gentle wit that even our liberal friends admit is awfully sweet. Wait til you hear her scoop on Michelle Obama’s secret fantasy. Whew! That’s all I’m sayin’ … More…

Wisconsin thrives after beating back Union bullies 6

Liberals had wrestled Wisconsin taxpayers to the mat. The state faced a $3.6 Billion (with a capital “B”) deficit. They just couldn’t afford the extravagant wages and benefits enjoyed by a select group of their citizenry: unionized public employees. These union members enjoyed wages and perks that far exceeded what their counterparts in the private sector enjoyed. And yet, it was the struggling private sector that was footing the bill for the union’s prodigious bounty. What to do? … More…

Will Democrats allow Catholic citizens to serve? 5

Iowa’s Republican Governor appointed a Catholic woman to the Iowa Board of Medicine. This is a big deal. This Board influences whether telemed abortions will spread throughout Iowa to the financial benefit of Planned Parenthood. If Planned Parenthood succeeds, telemed abortions will begin spreading throughout America. The Iowa Senate, controlled by Democrats, rejected the nominee with a shameless smear campaign grounded in deceit and disinformation. Undeterred, Governor Terry Branstad has put forth the name of another faithful Catholic to serve on the Board of Medicine: Monsignor Frank Bognanno … More…


Newt Gingrich has officially suspended his campaign. This seems like a good time to rerun my piece on how a Romney administration could use his talents.

A Heapin' Plate of Conservative Politics & Religion

By Tom Quiner

Newt Gingrich is not going to be President of the United States.

As much as Quiner’s Diner has touted the former Speaker’s genius for public policy, his candidacy is over except for the shouting.

It is time for Mr. Gingrich to bow out.

The Republicans are at a crossroads. Mitt Romney will be the party’s nomination unless the campaign is dragged to the convention. And yet a floor fight at the convention is a prescription for defeat. As political commentator Dick Morris has pointed out, floor fights have happened four times since 1960 between the two parties.

All four times, those parties lost.

As much as I love Newt Gingrich and Rick Santorum, I don’t think either one can win the nomination without doing damage to Republican chances.

Despite my many misgivings toward Mitt Romney, I don’t think he can be stopped without doing grave damage to…

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