During, and in the few days after CPAC 2015, I found myself engaged, again, in what it means to be a Conservative. I’ve been identified as one and I don’t hate it. But I don’t feel like it describes me. (More on that in a bit). What brought on the renewed discussion was the presence… Continue reading Schrodinger’s Other Cat
Take a moment to see how many people the writer's here at Freedom Cocktail were able to reach in 2014. Even the smallest voice can change the course of the future. We cannot allow ourselves to be silenced. Keep the conversation going and do no give in to politically correct social pressure. Truth should never… Continue reading Freedom Cocktail – Our annual report for 2014
The holidays have come and gone. College football has a new BCS champion. The NFL wildcard games lived up to their name and the Superbowl is just around the corner. 2014 is underway and this will be a huge year in terms of politics in our nation with the midterms elections set for November. Many… Continue reading ICYMI: Why we looked back while keeping eye on midterms
I like to imagine that a lot of people perform the cliché end-of-year introspection ritual. I like to imagine that people who take the time, genuinely enjoy the review of the good moments, and intend to do something to keep from repeating the not so good moments. I'll get around to my own, but I've spent… Continue reading Selling The News
Rand Paul said, "I'm not a Libertarian." Rand Paul said, "I'm a Libertarian Republican." Rand Paul said, "I'm a Constitutional Conservative." He said all these things on May 10, 2013 at a luncheon with several evangelical pastors in Cedar Rapids, Iowa. He made it rather clear he wasn't a Libertarian when he advised he was… Continue reading All or Nothing?