One day after the 2012 Democratic Convention, President Obama unveils his groundbreaking new "Fairness Initiative." Published April 29 2012
Despite being completely neutral in the GOP primary, my journey toward Governor Mitt Romney happened at a comfortable pace that has me proud to back him. Published April 27 2012
While Governor Mitt Romney has plenty of good choices to be his Vice Presidential choice, one name is better than the rest. Published April 25 2012
The 2012 GOP primaries are now over. It is time for the rank and file to close ranks and line up single file. This is the official TYGRRRR EXPRESS endorsement of Mitt Romney for President. Published April 25 2012
Many candidates all across America are running for election to various offices in the Election 2012 cycle. Here is my first list of official endorsements. Published April 24 2012
The Obama campaign has now decided to add me to the President's "follows" list. They are now officially monitoring me. Conservatives everywhere, take heed. Published April 23 2012
As a protest against Radical Islam, every American on July 22nd should burn a copy of the Curren. Those objecting should know what they are talking about before speaking. Burn the Curren now! Published April 19 2012
The Secret Service agents recently caught in Colombia with prostitutes should be fired. Yet many people calling for this were the same ones who gave President Bill Clinton a free pass. Published April 18 2012
As hardworking Superwoman Ann Romney celebrates her 63rd birthday, there is a specific reason Hilary Rosen despises her that goes beyond mere politics. Published April 17 2012
In an attempt to restore trust and erase the cynicism of politics, President Obama has announced a groundbreaking new program. Published April 16 2012
From April 14th through the 28th, the Norcal Tea Party will be holding rallies throughout the state. The Rise Up Bus Tour has begun, and several people including me are on the bus chronicling the tour. Published April 15 2012
With his healthcare law under siege, President Obama railed against activist judges. He demanded all court reversals be reversed again, starting with Brown vs. Board of Education. Published April 13 2012
The Ron Paul movement has some supporters who traffic in anti-Semitism. Does this reflect the overall movement? Is it fair to judge the movement by its worst elements? Published April 12 2012
Senator Rick Santorum exited the presidential race with the same dignity and class that he entered and ran his campaign. He remains a strong choice for Vice President. Published April 11 2012
Ron Paul makes many Jews uncomfortable. They think he is an anti-Semite. Is this fair? Answering this question could benefit him, supporters, and critics. Published April 9 2012
Ron Paul recently held a rally at UCLA, where between 6,000 and 10,000 people attended. Yet those events fail to translate into victory at the ballot box. Why? Published April 6 2012
Despite being far behind in the presidential race, Ron Paul spoke at UCLA. Several thousand people showed up in a scene that made Beatlemania seem tame. Published April 5 2012
Baseball season is now upon us. The problem with this is that it means that baseball season is now upon us. Published April 5 2012
From Wisconsin to the Potomac, there was little suspense as Governor Mitt Romney easily won all three presidential primary contests to move closer to the nomination. Published April 3 2012
A joint press conference with the leaders of Mexico and Canada turned ugly when President Obama attacked the U.S. Supreme Court as "unelected" for even considering striking down Obamacare as unconstitutional.— Published April 2 2012
Eric Golub is a politically conservative Jewish blogger, author, public speaker, and comedian. His book trilogy is “Ideological Bigotry,” “Ideological Violence,” and “Ideological Idiocy.”
He is Brooklyn born, Long Island raised, and has lived in Los Angeles since 1990. He ...Read More
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