In this installment of Weekend Conversation, PF Whalen and Parker Beauregard of The Blue State Conservative discuss the 2021 March for Life, coming up on January 29th, and how it relates to the larger debate on abortion.
It’s official, Joe Biden is now President Joe Biden, and heaven help us all.
Let’s take a moment to reflect on the recently completed presidency of Donald J. Trump, and consider how things might have turned out had Trump handled a few situations differently. Second-guessing and Monday morning quarterbacking, yes, but such exercises can be productive.
I received a text message from a female family member on Wednesday stating how excited… Read More »Girls Don’t Need Kamala Harris As A Role Model
There are many causes of today’s unrest, but skin color isn’t one of them. There is a causal racism in our criminal justice system, and it’s not the cops.
This list of 12 woke companies to avoid is designed to be possible, as I offer sound alternative products/services for each company, and also strike at the worst offenders, rather than just leftist companies generally.
Indeed, the identity of President Trump’s successor is irrelevant, as are the actual facts that might pertain to that individual. The Republicans could bring on the second coming of Abraham Lincoln himself, and Democrats would portray him as being an ignorant redneck with an inferior education; and a racist, of course.
In this installment of Weekend Conversation, PF Whalen and Parker Beauregard of The Blue State Conservative lament the state of the country where every political grievance against conservatives moves toward impeachment.
With impeachment and the impending Senate trial, Democrats will keep Trump and the riots on the front burner of our national dialogue longer than they would have been otherwise, and they will try to get as much of their radical agenda through as possible. But hoping to distract voters from the absurdity of issues like Medicare-For-All and the repealing of tax cuts by dwelling on Donald Trump won’t work. And unless they can get questionable Democrats in the Senate to abolish the filibuster, their radical agenda is largely doomed anyway.
The Flip Flopping Anthony Fauci, Part 3: School Openings, Vaccines, Urging Calm, and “No one could do better”
I originally intended to compile some Fauci sins into a single article. The list then… Read More »The Flip Flopping Anthony Fauci, Part 3: School Openings, Vaccines, Urging Calm, and “No one could do better”
We’re in a culture war that’s just beginning to heat up, and we should act accordingly. And while our opponents may have a massive head start on us, that gap is ripe with opportunity for conservative businesses to fill the subsequent voids.
In my past articles, I have perhaps not been realistic enough about the intentions of… Read More »Boycott Big Tech: The Best Way for Conservatives to Fight Back
People like New York Times writer David Leonhardt are distorting truth in real time. In… Read More »Forget History, The New York Times Rewrites Current Events
Everything about the events this past Wednesday is a tragedy. Decorum was spat on, the… Read More »Should We Say Ashli Babbit’s Name, Too?
In this installment of Weekend Conversation, PF Whalen and Parker Beauregard of The Blue State Conservative react… Read More »Weekend Conversations – The Storming of the U.S. Capitol
Washington, DC. – At the end of the craziest news week in recent memory, some… Read More »Capitol Chaos, Senate Switch, and General Observations of the Week
The reaction of Officer Sheskey was not only appropriate, it was a textbook example of the how an officer should handle such a situation. There was no telling what Blake’s intentions were, and any other response from Sheskey would not only have been dangerous to him and his fellow officer, it could have been deadly.
The Flip Flopping Anthony Fauci, Part 2: Mass Gatherings, Projected Deaths, Herd Immunity, and Santa Claus
If you didn’t get a chance to read Part 1 of what is looking increasingly… Read More »The Flip Flopping Anthony Fauci, Part 2: Mass Gatherings, Projected Deaths, Herd Immunity, and Santa Claus
A deep sense of malaise seems to have settled over America. Our politicians, from Biden at the top to lowly state-level bureaucrats like Georgia’s Secretary of State Raffensberger, are corrupt and sneer at us plebes for pointing to their corruption as evidence that they’re not our betters and that China owns America and its politicians. The media lies to us.
The only way for citizens in a republic to hold their elected officials accountable is at the ballot box. Do a good job with integrity and you get reelected. Do a lousy job or engage in corruption and you get voted out. That answerability is the most critical aspect of our form of government, and an honest media that accurately reports the facts regarding those who would be elected is arguably the most important player in the electoral process.
The Flip Flopping Anthony Fauci:, Part 1: Travel Bans, Masks, Asymptomatic Spread, and Hydroxychloroquine
My first memory of the term “flip flop” came from a 2004 JibJab video. For… Read More »The Flip Flopping Anthony Fauci:, Part 1: Travel Bans, Masks, Asymptomatic Spread, and Hydroxychloroquine
In this installment of Weekend Conversation, PF Whalen and Parker Beauregard of The Blue State Conservative view the Christmas explosion in Nashville through the lens of domestic terrorism and look down the road at existing threats as well as potential threats.
What has to be a questionable strategy, however, is the amount of Hollywood celebrities who have weighed-in on the races in support of the Democrats. If you’re a Georgia voter and you see Kevin Bacon, Kyra Sedgwick and Justin Timberlake giving their opinions on who you should vote for, unless you’re a under the age of twenty-three there should be only one thought in your mind – “Shut the hell up, Hollywood.”
In the absence of lying about Trump everyday, the legacy news media will need to… Read More »Four Headlines We Can Expect To See in 2021