The Right

The Puzzle on the Right

June 16, 2017

How far do they go in supporting Trump. Is it a sinking ship???? How can an exit strategy evolve that can look like a “win” ?? A wedding planner is given a HUD post in NYC!!!!! What is going on??? Try to rescue the replacement for OBAMACARE Try to work on an equitable tax plan […]


Voters Using ’80s Technology to Sound Off to Congress

September 14, 2015

By George Hewes   Make no mistake about it; this is the political season of the outsiders. The voting public is fed up with establishment politics as usual and wants to tell their elected representatives about it. Instead of putting pen to paper or picking up a phone, they are increasingly hitting the “send” button […]


Five Reasons Joe Biden Will Lose If He Runs

August 25, 2015

By George Hewes With Hillary Clinton slowly sinking into the quicksand of her email server scandal, nervous Democrats are beginning to seriously explore alternatives to what is increasingly looking like a fatally flawed candidate. How else can one explain the buzz and trial balloons surrounding the hypothetical candidacy of Joe Biden? What a sad state […]


What Trump Is Teaching Republicans about Apologies

August 21, 2015

By George Hewes After the ratings-fantastic Fox News Republican presidential debate, Donald Trump’s enemies seized upon his comments about co-moderator Megyn Kelly as proof that he is coarse, sexist and unfit for office. What followed is what has become one of the liberal media’s favorite games: getting political figures to grovel and apologize for their […]


GOP Establishment Has Caused Trump’s Rise

August 10, 2015

By George Hewes The Republican Party should be firing on all cylinders right now. With much of the electorate suffering from Obama fatigue, Hillary Clinton can’t stop tripping over herself with scandals and looks increasingly like a fatally flawed candidate. Despite all these advantages, the GOP establishment is in panic mode because Donald Trump is […]


Liberalism Has U.S. on Life Support

May 31, 2015

By George Hewes For several decades now, as the U.S. enjoyed its superpower status and the highest standard of living in the world, a discussion was taking place in the halls of academia. Tenured professors ruminated how this country would be a better place if only we adopted the agenda of the hard left. By […]


The Case Against Jeb Bush for President

May 8, 2015

  By George HewesThe Republican Party is about to embark on the most interesting primary process it’s ever had, and the message from the party’s establishment is that the best candidate to go against Hillary Clinton is–wait for it–a centrist retread with a last name from a recent era that most of us would rather […]


Minority Report–and Anti-Christian Bigotry– Arrives in Indiana

April 9, 2015

  By George Hewes The 2002 Steven Spielberg film Minority Report showed us a highly advanced but worrisome future. Set in Washington, D.C., in the year 2054, the film portrayed a world of low crime, thanks largely to a controversial “PreCrime” police division. Relying on the visions of psychics known as “precogs,” the police would […]


In Email Scandal, Hillary Channels Tricky Dick

March 19, 2015

  By George Hewes The 90’s called. They want their Clinton scandals back. There is no way those liberal die-hards who proclaimed themselves “Ready for Hillary” were ready for what took place recently. While her supporters envisioned a Hillary Clinton campaign that would remind voters of the more positive elements of the Bill Clinton presidency, […]


Now Big Government Gobbles Up the Internet

March 5, 2015

By George Hewes After conquering the country’s healthcare problems with the smoothly efficient Affordable Care Act, the Obama administration decided it needed to “fix” something else. Let’s see, what area of American society is full of people freely expressing their ideas, conducting commerce, and doing it largely outside the death grip of the government? The […]