I have heard Herman Cain speak on mulitple occasions now, and every time it gets better. One thing he has repeated, however, is the idea that when liberals try to answer a question, they are guilty of S.I.N. Tim [...]
Bank of Kev Productions was on a panel discussing how to get started in Hollywood. We discussed the panel, and a few other things relating to getting into show business:
Vikrant Reddy spoke with me about Right on Crime, which is “is the one-stop source for conservative ideas on criminal justice. RightOnCrime.com is a project of the Texas Public Policy Foundation, a research institute in Austin, TX committed to limited [...]
Yesterday I sat down with Andrew Ian Dodge to discuss his candidacy for Senator of Maine. But I lost the audio. He was cool enough to come back up and sit down for another one: Here’s his site. And ask [...]
The American Conservative Union has been taking heat for member Suhail Khan, a Muslim with ties to extremism, (and that’s putting it lightly.) The PJ Tatler has video of Khan at CPAC saying…wait for it…there is no Muslim Brotherhood in [...]
Americans United for Life is a “nonprofit, public-interest law and policy organization whose vision is a nation in which everyone is welcomed in life and protected in law.” Anna Franzenello is an attorney with the group. She talked with me [...]
If you are not familiar with the Pigford case, don’t feel bad. Not many are. But watch this interview and learn about it. It will blow your mind: Here’s Breitbart’s coverage of the story.
Richard Dreyfuss has started an initiative, aptly named The Dreyfuss Initiative, to bring civics back to the classroom. While I might not agree with his politics, I agree with his intent. Civics does need to return to our children’s backpacks. [...]
One of my favorite authors, David Horowitz, gave me the honor of interviewing him. We discussed how the radicalism and radicals of the 60s influence the current state of politics: And he signed my books, too.
Herman Cain came up to the 2011 CPAC Blogger’s Lounge to press the flesh and took a few questions. Da Tech Guy asked whether the overwhelming amount of Congressional freshman being business owners with little political background was a sign [...]
I was sitting at my laptop, working on the Christian Adams video below and getting a little perturbed with the syncing of the audio and the video when I through my ear buds onto my keyboard and noticed someone sitting [...]
When I was waiting to talk to Kansas Secretary of State Chris Kobach yesterday, another man approached and shook his hand. When I saw who it was, I knew I wanted to talk with him also. It was Christian Adams. [...]
No posts yesterday because I was en-route to the Conservative Political Action Conference. The All American Wife and I had a 6 am flight, which put us in on the ground in Washington, DC at about 9. We hopped on the [...]