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Elitism is the very core of liberalism.

Ivy Leaguers (not all but many) tend to consider themselves superior, particularly Ivy Leaguers who go on to careers in government. And right now our government is awash in Ivy Leaguers.

Elitism is the very core of liberalism.
posted on: Nov 20, 2014 | author: Paul Gleiser

On KFKX Fox51: At last a liberal reveals the truth.

If you work hard, pay your bills, pay your taxes, raise your kids, go to church and make prudent choices about your life, to Jonathan Gruber, and those in his circle, you are an unsophisticated rube.

On KFKX Fox51: At last a liberal reveals the truth.
posted on: Nov 18, 2014 | author: Paul Gleiser

NASA on the wane.

In 2010, President Obama promised that America would have a leadership role in space. Since then, he has effectively gutted NASA.

NASA on the wane.
posted on: Nov 13, 2014 | author: Paul Gleiser

Obama’s spot-on election analysis.

All of the soaring Obama speeches dating back to his keynote at the 2004 Democratic National Convention came crashing back to Earth on Election Day 2014.

Obama’s spot-on election analysis.
posted on: Nov 6, 2014 | author: Paul Gleiser
The messiah that wasn’t.

The messiah that wasn’t.

posted on: Oct 23, 2014 | author: Paul Gleiser

No cult of personality can effectively or justly govern any nation, let alone a republic of 50 sovereign states and 315 million people.

Centers for Dysfunction & Confusion

Centers for Dysfunction & Confusion

posted on: Oct 16, 2014 | author: Paul Gleiser

If you want to understand why distrust of government is so high, the story of Amber Vinson might shed some light.

On KFXK Fox 51: Mitt, come ready to fight or don’t come.

On KFXK Fox 51: Mitt, come ready to fight or don’t come.

posted on: Oct 14, 2014 | author: Paul Gleiser

According to a Des Moines Register poll, in a hypothetical matchup, Mitt Romney beats Hillary Clinton 44 – 43, making Romney the only Republican with better numbers than Clinton.

Let’s move on from same-sex marriage: Part Deux

Let’s move on from same-sex marriage: Part Deux

posted on: Oct 9, 2014 | author: Paul Gleiser

Further litigation of same-sex marriage right now takes up precious bandwidth that could be used on issues we can still win.

On KFXK Fox 51: Gay marriage. We lost. Let’s move on.

On KFXK Fox 51: Gay marriage. We lost. Let’s move on.

posted on: Oct 7, 2014 | author: Paul Gleiser

As strongly as I oppose gay marriage I oppose the idea of a President Hillary Clinton more.

For whatever his mistakes, Bush was fundamentally correct.

For whatever his mistakes, Bush was fundamentally correct.

posted on: Oct 2, 2014 | author: Paul Gleiser

Visit the Bush Library in Dallas and you will come to understand that President Bush saw 9/11 as a signal event in a growing and dangerous clash between civilizations.

Speeches neither win nor end wars.

Speeches neither win nor end wars.

posted on: Sep 25, 2014 | author: Paul Gleiser

Peddling a fantasy that the tide of war is receding can win an election. But unless the tide really does recede, the battle will eventually have to be joined.

The latest news from the “front.”

The latest news from the “front.”

posted on: Sep 18, 2014 | author: Paul Gleiser

If the goal of the War on Poverty was to significantly reduce the proportion of the population living below the poverty line, one would have to say that so far the war is a draw.

It’s the thankless jobs that matter most.

It’s the thankless jobs that matter most.

posted on: Sep 11, 2014 | author: Paul Gleiser

Being a good and effective parent to a small child is never-ending and to an astonishing degree thankless. The same is true for standing a never-ending watch in the defense of freedom.

On journalism, global warming and Al Gore.

On journalism, global warming and Al Gore.

posted on: Sep 4, 2014 | author: Paul Gleiser

London’s Daily Mail newspaper has served up some reporting on former vice president Al Gore that you likely won’t see here in America.

Free lunch.

Free lunch.

posted on: Aug 28, 2014 | author: Paul Gleiser

The majority of students in public schools in Texas – including those here in Tyler and Longview – get their lunches for free or at a greatly reduced price.

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