First Obama, Now Harris – Can We Say America’s Not Racist Yet?

Undoubtedly, America’s past is not perfect, but we have consistently taken steps to right our wrongs. Those steps have resulted in the election of racial minorities to the highest offices in our country becoming commonplace. No, America is not racist, but we are instead showing the rest of the world once again what true freedom and equality looks like. God bless America.

Top 10 Worst Television “Journalists”

#4 Brian Stelter (AKA Cryin’ Brian) –
Until recently, Stelter was best known for frequent on-air sobbing at a level to make even colleague Don Lemon blush. But in late-October, Stelter gained further notoriety when he came to the defense of fellow CNN personality Jeffery Toobin. Toobin, as you may recall, was caught spanking his monkey during a Zoom call with colleagues from CNN and The New Yorker. So what was Stelter’s defense of Toobin? Stelter explained that Toobin’s behavior was “an accident.” Yup, because that type of thing happens all the time, don’t you know. One minute, everything is fine, you’re on a Zoom call interacting with folks, and then wham! All of sudden, you’re choking your chicken… accidentally.

The Left’s Adoption of Schrödinger’s Cat

This article was first published by American Thinker. Aficionados of the CBS sitcom The Big Bang Theory may recall an episode from early in the series in which one of the main characters, Leonard, struggles in his effort to assess his budding romance with another primary character, Penny. Leonard eventually decides to use the famous thought experimentContinue reading “The Left’s Adoption of Schrödinger’s Cat”

Weekend Conversation – The GOP Approach Moving Forward

“One of my biggest frustrations with George W. Bush was his reluctance to confront adversaries and hold them accountable, including those in the media. Both John McCain and Mitt Romney were infuriating in the way they always tried to play nice with Democrats, and not make waves. As mentioned, and I think we both agree, the GOP needs to be respectful and avoid the personal hit-jobs the Democrats like to employ. But I think there’s a valuable lesson to be learned in the way Trump hit back.”

Biden Cabinet, SCOTUS Ruling, and General Observations of the Week

Topic #1: As it becomes increasingly likely that Joe Biden will indeed be our next President, he has begun the work of assembling his cabinet. Media reports indicate that key nominations/appointments will include – Antony Blinken as Secretary of State, Jake Sullivan as National Security Advisor, and Janet Yellen as Secretary of Treasury. Thoughts andContinue reading “Biden Cabinet, SCOTUS Ruling, and General Observations of the Week”

Words We Never Thought We’d Say – Can We Have Al Gore Back?

Al Gore spent sixteen years in Congress, eight years as Vice-President, and the last twenty years as a post-political environmental activist. Memorable moments of Gore’s long career include his claim of “creating the internet,” winning the Nobel Peace Prize for his movie An Inconvenient Truth, and his extraordinarily close Presidential Election loss to George W.Continue reading “Words We Never Thought We’d Say – Can We Have Al Gore Back?”

So, Joe, You Say You Want To Unify Us…

While Mr. Biden was ranting about something called “badacathcare” a few weeks ago, many of us scratched our heads in confusion. But earlier in the election cycle when Biden famously lectured, “You ain’t black,” his message was unmistakable, and it certainly wasn’t unifying. Similarly, when Biden was reminiscing about his past kids rubbed his hairy legs earlier in the campaign, many of us reflected on Biden’s more recent history, such as that time he preached “Mitt Romney’s gonna put y’all back in chains.” That statement wasn’t very unifying either. But let’s put that all behind us now, because Joe Biden has pledged to bring us together, and we all know that Good Ole’ Joe is a man of his word.

College Kids are Coming Home for Thanksgiving – It’s Time for Some Deprogramming

We’re in the midst of a mass exodus of college students heading home for the Thanksgiving holiday. They are our sons and daughters, brothers and sisters, friends and cousins. Many of them will have endured three months of leftist indoctrination in the faux-reality that is academia. The Left tends to disparage our country and its history, paint a rosy picture of socialism/communism, and demonize anyone who dares to disagree. We should expect that such an approach has probably been applied to the still-developing minds of those returning young scholars we love so dearly.

Weekend Conversation – Mainstream Media Bias and Its Impact on the Election

In this installment of Weekend Conversations, PF Whalen of The Blue State Conservative and Parker Beauregard of The Last Best Hope look back on the coverage – and sometimes lack of coverage – of issues critical to voters. Is this the Republicans version of Russia, Russia, Russia, or is there something more sinister going on?

Release the Kraken, COVID Vaccines, and General Observations of the Week

Whatever voting irregularities, improprieties, and fraud occurred, we need to get to the bottom of them. Expose the perpetrators, prosecute them, and imprison them; no doubt. But getting our hopes up for something that looks increasingly unlikely to happen is not helping anyone. Knock of the hyperbole, tell us the facts, and give them to us straight.

Two Weeks Later as COVID Surges, Remind Us… Why Was Mail-in Voting So Important?

The effort to shift from in-person voting to mail-in voting was never about protecting citizens from COVID-19. In April, Wisconsin conducted their primary elections with virtually no mail-in voting and over 400,000 folks voted in-person, and COVID-19 cases actually declined in the following weeks.

Weekend Conversation – Did Donald J. Trump Indeed ‘Make America Great Again?’

In this installment of Weekend Conversations, PF Whalen of The Blue State Conservative and Parker Beauregard of The Last Best Hope examine the level of success achieved by President Donald J. Trump in his effort to ‘Make America Great Again.’ At the time of our correspondence, the election results are still unclear, therefore the contents of this conversation can be considered as either a halftime analysis or a single-term evaluation.

In Defense of Big Pharma

It’s human nature to want to benefit financially from hard work, risk and innovation. There are thousands of scientists and corporate executives who are millionaires because they were responsible for the development of life-saving medicines. Not only should we congratulate them on their financial success, we should collectively shake their hands, and say, “Thank you, and may God bless you.”

It’s Time To Dramatically Increase the Penalty for Election Fraud

If we can’t trust an election’s results, how can we trust the government that election yields? This was a point that was frequently made during the Russia Hoax, and one that would have been justifiable if there had been any validity to their accusations. Any democracy needs to have faith in the integrity of their elections, and failure to achieve that trust will only sow increasing resentment and skepticism. Regardless of that fact, those who should care don’t, and choose instead to brush off the idea as if it was just dandruff on their overcoat; nothing to see here, folks.

Weekend Conversation – Thoughts on Election Week

In this installment of Weekend Conversations, PF Whalen of The Blue State Conservative and Parker Beauregard of The Last Best Hope explore the tumultuous week of the election. How are votes not counted immediately? How many votes are legitimate? What does this mean for the country? Parker and PF wade into the quagmire.

Presidential Uncertainty, a GOP Senate and General Observations of the Week

In spite of four years of the mainstream media accusing Trump of every form of bigotry imaginable, Trump saw his percentage of voters increase in every demographic but one – white men. Blacks, Hispanics, women, LGBTQ members, and so on; every other group saw an elevation in the percentage of Trump voters in 2020 compared to 2016, in spite of the fierce efforts to smear him. Remarkable.

The Mainstream Media’s COVID Cover-up Continues

The Left and their media can’t afford to have President Trump’s positions legitimized. If someone comes out and backs Trump’s COVID-19 plans, the media have to cover it up. They have to discredit them, even if that means winking and nodding to Joe Biden’s absurd claim that 44,000 scientists/doctors are “nobody.”

Goliath was a Chump Compared to What Trump has Fought Against

If Donald J. Trump wins reelection today, it will make David’s defeat of Goliath look like a foregone conclusion. “Goliath got his ass kicked,” said the Philistine, “big deal.” Never in American history has a presidential candidate faced such committed, sustained, and malicious opposition from such formidable opponents. One could credibly argue that a Trump victory would be nothing short of miraculous considering the headwinds against which our 45th President has struggled. Buster Douglas defeating Mike Tyson was ho-hum compared to Trump’s challenges. Harry Truman’s defeat of Thomas Dewey was a walk in the park.

Weekend Conversation – What Could We Expect from a Biden Administration?

In this installment of Weekend Conversations, PF Whalen of The Blue State Conservative and Parker Beauregard of The Last Best Hope explore the consequences of a Biden/Harris victory on Election Day and what effects a Biden Administration might have on our county.   PF: It’s a scary thought, frankly, but one that we have to confront, I suppose; and dependingContinue reading “Weekend Conversation – What Could We Expect from a Biden Administration?”

Philly on Fire, Barrett Confirmed and General Observations of the Week

I get the whole “Go to work in flip-flops and hang out by the office ping pong table at lunch” culture that Big Tech has going on. It must be a cool environment to work in, truly. But for those who missed it, Jack Dorsey was channeling his inner Jeff Spicoli during a televised Senate hearing that was watched by millions of people.

Trump is Trump, But Biden Wants You to Think He’s Someone Else

Joe Biden is the quintessential Washington D.C. swamp-dweller who is uncompromising in his craving for power . He wants you to think he’s someone else because he has a 47-year record with virtually no accomplishments to tout. He wants you to think he’s someone else because the real Joe Biden is not particularly electable. Don’t be fooled: we know who Joe Biden is, and he’s none of the things he’s pretending to be.

Weekend Conversation – What Do Four More Years of a Trump Presidency Mean?

In this installment of Weekend Conversations, PF Whalen of The Blue State Conservative and Parker Beauregard of The Last Best Hope explore the consequences of a second term for President Trump. What could be accomplished not only politically but culturally as well? Parker: The 2016 election might have prevented a permanent leftist takeover of theContinue reading “Weekend Conversation – What Do Four More Years of a Trump Presidency Mean?”

Biden is Hidin’, Toobin is Lubin’, and General Observations of the Week

Topic #1: Prior to Thursday’s debate performance, Joe Biden was virtually invisible throughout the week, with his campaign staff calling daily “lids” on the media even as the scandal involving his son Hunter’s nefarious involvement in international business dealings continued to evolve. Thoughts and Observations: The Hunter Biden scandal is no joke, and that isContinue reading “Biden is Hidin’, Toobin is Lubin’, and General Observations of the Week”

What the Toobin Scandal Really Exposes

The media’s indifference to the Jeffery Toobin scandal is just one more example of their aversion to the truth. Engaging in self-abuse while one interacts with their colleagues during a Zoom meeting is repulsive, regardless of whether or not one’s laptop’s camera is functioning, and regardless of how boring that meeting might be.

Turned Off and Tuned Out – Hollywood and Pro Sports Viewership Plummet

This article was first published by American Thinker. Americans are fed up with millionaire actors and athletes preaching to us about how bad our country is, and evidence for that disgust is everywhere we look.  We see bumper stickers slamming Hollywood, Facebook posts ripping the NFL and NBA, and most significantly we’re seeing epic declinesContinue reading “Turned Off and Tuned Out – Hollywood and Pro Sports Viewership Plummet”

Weekend Conversation – Trump’s Foreign Policy

In this installment of Weekend Conversations, PF Whalen of The Blue State Conservative and Parker Beauregard of The Last Best Hope examine the approach to Foreign Policy by President Trump and his administration. One of the big questions prior to the 2016 election was this – if elected, how will Donald J. Trump handle foreign affairs? Will he beContinue reading “Weekend Conversation – Trump’s Foreign Policy”

Social Media Censorship, Justice ACB, and General Observations of the Week

Topic #1: Both Twitter and Facebook engaged in outrageous censorship of users sharing a New York Post story. The story examined emails to/from Hunter Biden regarding Joe Biden’s meeting with Ukrainian officials and the potential relationship to Hunter’s windfalls from the energy company Burisma. Thoughts and Observations: This week we saw confirmation hearings for theContinue reading “Social Media Censorship, Justice ACB, and General Observations of the Week”

The VP Debate, Taylor Swift, and General Observations of the Week

Topic #1: Last week it was announced that President Trump had tested positive for COVID-19, and he was admitted to Walter Reed Medical Center on Friday, 10/2. This week, he went back to the White House, and his doctors have announced that they “fully anticipate the president’s safe return to public engagements” today, Saturday 10/10.Continue reading “The VP Debate, Taylor Swift, and General Observations of the Week”

Our Great, But Imperfect Leaders

This article was first published by American Thinker. America has been blessed with some of the most dynamic and impressive leaders in world history: George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, Abraham Lincoln and Martin Luther King, to name a few.  But none of them were perfect people.  Criticism of many of our past leaders has increased dramaticallyContinue reading “Our Great, But Imperfect Leaders”

Weekend Conversations: The Nomination of Amy Coney Barrett

n this installment of Weekend Conversations, PF Whalen of The Blue State Conservative and Parker Beauregard of The Last Best Hope share their thoughts on the recent nomination of Amy Coney Barrett to the Supreme Court and delve into the pending battles of the confirmation process.

President Positive, the Debate, and General Observations of the Week

Topic #1: It was announced early Friday that President Trump and First Lady Melania Trump have both tested positive for COVID-19. Thoughts and Observations: With the amount of people that the president and First Lady interact with, this news was probably inevitable. Godspeed Mr. President and First Lady… get well soon. The reaction from mostContinue reading “President Positive, the Debate, and General Observations of the Week”

Top 10 Misconceptions of Conservatives

The Top 10 for October 2020 #10 – All conservative men drive pick-up trucks adorned with Gadsden flags, are devout believers in their faith, have little patience for anyone that doesn’t love America, and own enough firearms and ammunition to arm a small platoon. Some of us drive SUVs. #9 – Conservatives don’t like LGBTQContinue reading “Top 10 Misconceptions of Conservatives”

Her Name Was Dajore Wilson… Say Her Name!

Dajore Wilson was a beautiful, eight-year old girl from Chicago who died on Labor Day after multiple gunshots were fired into the car in which she was traveling, along with her parents and an adult, family friend.  All three of the adults were injured, but survived, and fortunately Dajore’s twin brother was not present inContinue reading “Her Name Was Dajore Wilson… Say Her Name!”

Louisville, the Emmy’s and General Observations of the Week

Topic #1: Louisville erupted in riots after the decision by the Attorney General of Kentucky announced the decision to not charge any officers with an unlawful killing of Breonna Taylor. Thoughts and Observations: The misinformation being regurgitated by virtually everyone on the Left regarding this case is astounding. To set the record straight, here areContinue reading “Louisville, the Emmy’s and General Observations of the Week”

The Left Only Believes in #MeToo When It Is Politically Beneficial for Them

What started out as a legitimate cause, hell bent on holding sexual criminals accountable, has evolved into nothing more than a gang of political opportunists, cherry-picking which sexual predators are worthy of justice, and which ones need to be shielded from it.

California: The Golden State in Utter Decay

This article was first published by American Thinker. California is a mess; no secret there.  But the degree of decline that befalls it, and the quickness with which that decline is moving, seems to be largely ignored; particularly by Californians themselves.  The nation’s most populous state, and arguably its most naturally beautiful, is falling apartContinue reading “California: The Golden State in Utter Decay”

America Isn’t Racist & White Privilege Is a Myth, Just Like Bigfoot

This article was first published by The Western Journal. Image by Ryan McGuire from Pixabay There is a sinister strategy from our friends on the Left that has been around for decades, but is being more intensely applied today than ever before.  That strategy has a name, and its name is Identity Politics: keep AmericaContinue reading “America Isn’t Racist & White Privilege Is a Myth, Just Like Bigfoot”

Every Card is the Race Card, But They’re Not Playing with a Full Deck

This article was first published by American Thinker. Image by Bernd Hildebrandt from Pixabay A few days prior to delivering a speech during the opening night of the recent Republican National Convention, guest-speaker and former football star Herschel Walker ripped Democrats in a tweet for “playing the race card way too much,” at their ownContinue reading “Every Card is the Race Card, But They’re Not Playing with a Full Deck”

The Bizarre Taboo Against Describing Abortion

This article was first published by Human Events. Image by succo from Pixabay                 Graphic descriptions of factory farming are fine and dandy—but don’t you dare talk about killing the unborn. A common tactic deployed by opponents of certain issues is to graphically describe the impacts of that topic for their audience, thereby imparting imageryContinue reading “The Bizarre Taboo Against Describing Abortion”

If Trump Fails, So Does America – And That’s a Risk the Left Is Willing To Take

This article was first published by The Western Journal. Photo by Rishabh Sharma on Unsplash Left wing favoritism by our media has been around for decades, but the degree to which they openly show that favoritism is reaching new heights.  Distinguishing between the Democratic Party and the mainstream media is not only unnecessary nowadays; doingContinue reading “If Trump Fails, So Does America – And That’s a Risk the Left Is Willing To Take”

Delaware Indictments, the Sturgis Rally and General Observations of the Week

Topic #1: Two 21-year old women from Delaware – Olivia Winslow and Cameron Amy – were indicted Tuesday for second-degree robbery, second-degree assault, endangering the welfare of a child, third-degree assault, offensive touching and felony hate crime. The charges came after a video appeared showing them stealing a “MAGA” hat from a 7-year old boy.Continue reading “Delaware Indictments, the Sturgis Rally and General Observations of the Week”

Nancy Pelosi, Jacob Blake and General Observations of the Week

Topic #1: Nancy Pelosi got her haircut at a San Francisco salon (not a saloon) on Monday, and got caught on security video not wearing a mask; and, as it turned out, she was in violation of state and local laws. Pelosi has since claimed that she was “set up” and has actually hired aContinue reading “Nancy Pelosi, Jacob Blake and General Observations of the Week”

Wooly Rhinos and the Climate Change Cult

This article was first published by American Thinker Image by GraphicMama-team from Pixabay To begin, a statement: yes, climate change is genuine and human activity is having an impact on the phenomenon. The idea that climate change is a subject of “settled science,” however, is ridiculous, and the cockamamie solutions being put forth by theContinue reading “Wooly Rhinos and the Climate Change Cult”

Evidence Shows the Media Doesn’t Really Care About Evidence

This article was first published by American Thinker. Photo by Ashutosh Sonwani from Pexels Read an article from any mainstream media outlet regarding an even remotely controversial subject broached by President Trump, and it is likely to include the statement, “President Trump claimed, without evidence…”  Use of the phrase is so frequent, it is likely that writers atContinue reading “Evidence Shows the Media Doesn’t Really Care About Evidence”

Straight Outta Harrington Park, NJ – Here’s Cory Booker

This article was first published by American Thinker. Sen. Cory Booker (D-NJ) is at it again; injecting race into conversations in order to redirect focus from failed leftist policies.  In a recent tweet, President Trump suggested that a Joe Biden administration would oversee an expansion of unsafe, low-income housing in suburbia, with Booker leading theContinue reading “Straight Outta Harrington Park, NJ – Here’s Cory Booker”