COLUMNS




  • A Friendly Slapdown of My Fellow Conservative Pundits May 25, 2017

    By Erik Rush

    In light of the lack of willingness demonstrated by GOP lawmakers in holding former President Obama accountable during his presidency and their eagerness to join the political left in sabotaging President Donald Trump since his inauguration, many conservatives have cited the imperative for keeping our own house in order, as it were, holding ...

  • Time to Push Back on Islamists in U.S. May 19, 2017

    Or, Time to put Islamists (back) in their place
    By Erik Rush

    When one considers some of the conventions currently being advanced with religious zeal by the political left, it's pretty easy to assess them as being manifestly insane. The notion that individuals from other nations who arrive here illegally somehow have a right to remain ...

  • Expose the Left’s Double Standard May 11, 2017

    By Erik Rush

    Many Americans, particularly politically-engaged conservatives, are experiencing a certain frustration at the mock outrage and incendiary rhetoric being employed by those on the left who oppose President Donald Trump, his policies, and efforts on the part of conservatives in government to advance those policies. This frustration has its roots in the hypocrisy of ...

  • Is a Communications ‘Radar Detector’ For Consumers In Order? April 26, 2017

    by Erik Rush

    In recent weeks, Americans have been treated to high-profile news stories concerning the administration of former president Barack Obama having conducted clandestine surveillance on the campaign of Donald Trump during the 2016 election cycle, the "unmasking" of innocent private citizens subsequent to this, as well as dedicated Obama operatives who remain in government ...

  • Is Trump a ‘Transcendent’ President? April 20, 2017

    By Erik Rush

    Those conservatives, and particularly prominent conservative pundits, who have insisted upon second-guessing President Donald Trump's recent decisions to unleash our military toward the objective of reestablishing America's preeminence on the world stage utterly sicken me. It's been well-established that Mr. Trump is not an ideological conservative, but it escapes me why even an ...

  • Is Being Pro-America Really Racism? February 25, 2017

    By Erik Rush

    The current controversy over the immigration policies of President Donald Trump prompted me to engage in some rather deep thinking and introspection vis-à-vis the issue of immigration. In context, of course this means illegal immigration and border control, and the effects thereof in recent decades, which obviously played a significant part in Mr. ...

  • Prosecute Soros for Sedition February 3, 2017

    By Erik Rush

    The recent protests against President Donald Trump and his policies pertaining to Muslim émigrés present a valuable object lesson regarding contrived popular misrepresentations of First Amendment liberties. Here, we are able to see examples of individuals and organizations engaging in seditious behavior that is commonly tolerated due to fallacious construals of the First ...

  • Let’s Hit Lefty Celebrities Where it Hurts January 27, 2017

    By Erik Rush

    It is an indisputably good thing that President Donald Trump's White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer held an emergency briefing last Saturday wherein he slammed the press for their “deliberately false reporting” of the previous day’s inauguration. Citing photographs that were "intentionally framed in a way to minimize the enormous support ...

  • Trump Spanks the Press: Get Used to it, Girlie-Boys January 19, 2017

    By Erik Rush

    Ever since President-Elect Donald Trump reacted to press allegations concerning lurid sex acts and Russia hacking the November election by collectively bending the Washington press corps over and doing the predictable thing (figuratively speaking ...

  • Far Left Celebs: Enemies of the Republic January 12, 2017

    By Erik Rush

    In an ongoing campaign to undermine President-Elect Donald Trump, entertainment industry progressives continue to demonstrate that they are not only manifestly subversive, but clear cases of arrested mental and emotional development whose so-called rights and reason should not be considered for one nanosecond with regard to crafting public policy.

    Once again, Hollywood celebrities have ...

  • Obama Swan Song Epitomizes The Left’s Character January 7, 2017

    By Erik Rush

    Earlier this week, my WND colleague Jesse Lee Peterson penned a thorough enumeration of actions taken by Barack Hussein Obama since the November general election to do as much damage to the nation (as we understand it) as well ...

  • ‘Fundamental Transformation’ Was Fundamentally Evil January 1, 2017

    By Erik Rush

    While substituting for radio talk-show host Glenn Beck last week, Milwaukee County, Wisconsin, Sheriff David Clarke pointed to the manifestly unsuitable presidential candidate that was Barack Hussein Obama in 2008 and compared the reaction of Obama detractors to his election with ...

  • Imperious Progressives: Shameless Sore Losers December 22, 2016

    By Erik Rush

    There’s very little that epitomizes the subversive deportment of powerful progressives – as well as their elitist, narcissistic perspective – more than Barack Hussein Obama’s description of the Electoral College as “a vestige” and “a carryover from an earlier vision of how our federal government was ...

  • Obama’s Last Licks: What We Can Expect November 24, 2016

    By Erik Rush

    Now that America’s dalliance with her celebrated First Black President is nearing an end, there are those who are breathing a collective sigh of relief that we will no longer be subjected to his treasonous and dangerous antics. This may be premature however, but I’ll ...

  • The Left’s Moronic, Infantile Response to the Election November 18, 2016

    by Erik Rush

    One of the most important take-aways from the recent election which resulted in real estate mogul Donald Trump becoming President-Elect did not coalesce until after Trump was declared the winner. While the election cycle certainly gave rise to more than its share of subterfuge and illegal shenanigans (they don’t sound quite so threatening ...

  • Comey: The Right Thing for the Wrong Reason? November 3, 2016

    UNITED STATES v. BARACK HUSSEIN OBAMA, HILLARY RODHAM CLINTON, et. al.

    The defendants stand accused of violating Section 1 of the Federal Criminal Code, which provides: “Whoever, owing allegiance to the United States, levies war against them or adheres to their enemies, giving them aid and comfort within the United ...

  • Time to Choose: Representative Government or Thugocracy? October 27, 2016

    I feel strongly that the Supreme Court needs to stand on the side of the American people, not on the side of the powerful corporations and the wealthy. For me, that means that we need a Supreme Court that will stand up on behalf of women's rights, on behalf of the rights of the LGBT ...

  • Trump Missing Danger of Real Election Rigging October 20, 2016

    Over the last week, members of the establishment press have seethed with mock outrage over accusations by Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump and his running mate Gov. Mike Pence (R-IN) that the upcoming general election is being “rigged by the national media.” Since the two began making these claims, ...

  • Are Voters Too Stupid to Save Themselves? October 13, 2016

    America will be hearing quite a bit less from me regarding the imperative of defeating Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Rodham Clinton than they heard in 2008 regarding the imperative of defeating Barack Hussein Obama. There are two chief reasons for this: One is that in light of my having broken the story nationally pertaining to ...

  • Springsteen and Soros and Blacks – Oh, My! September 29, 2016

    In a recent interview with Rolling Stone magazine, marginally talented loudmouth rock icon Bruce Springsteen excoriated Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump, calling him a “moron” and accusing Trump of offering “simple answers to very complex problems.”

    Statements like this in the context of addressing political issues always make me laugh, ...

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