Mitt Romney won handily in the Arizona GOP primary and by a slim margin over Rick Santorum in Michigan. Many contests ensue, and Hawaii on March 13th could be exciting. Published February 29 2012
The 2012 Academy Awards featured drugged-out screwups admiring each other while the world around them burned. Hollywood is the nation of Narcissista. Published February 27 2012
Arizona has been ground zero for politics this week, but beyond the candidates there is so much more going on. Published February 23 2012
After the GOP debate, Newt Gingrich showed up at a club in Scottsdale, Arizona, for a unique event by a group called "Politics on the Rocks." His appearance was brief and successful. Published February 23 2012
The CNN GOP Debate from Arizona was a solid ending before the next round of voting. The candidates all did well, and even the moderator was decent. This was a very substantive final debate. Published February 23 2012
At the Mesa Hilton a few hours before the debate, I met and chatted with Ron Paul. As expected, he was polite and gracious. Published February 22 2012
Several hours before the Arizona GOP debate, former Governor Mitt Romney held a rousing rally at a school in Chandler. He ignored his primary rivals and lambasted President Obama. Published February 22 2012
The entire political world has descended on Arizona for the GOP Debate and the ensuing primary. Senator Rick Santorum lit up the crowd at an evening event in Phoenix. Published February 22 2012
Terrorist plotter Khalifi is being described in the liberal media only as a "Moroccan." Identifying his religion is proving complex as the media impersonate ostriches. Published February 20 2012
Now that Whitney Houston has been laid to rest, the question will be whether she died in vain. Will Hollywood celebrities learn anything from her death? Published February 19 2012
This is not about Media Matters and David Brock. Daily Caller's Tucker Carlson libeled me with a hidden message in his column. Published February 17 2012
Barack Obama cannot run for reelection on his failed record. His only choice is to take those on his enemies list and verbally carpet-bomb them. Conservative Republicans everywhere should prepare for his rage. Published February 15 2012
In no particular order, Valentine's Day, Iran, and Hollywood celebrities should all cease to exist. Published February 14 2012
The death of pop idol and actress Whitney Houston at age 48 was expected, but still very sad. She will be missed. Published February 11 2012
Mitt Romney won the CPAC vote and the Maine Caucus. Rick Santorum hung tough, Newt Gingrich struggled, and Ron Paul supporters declared him the Vice King of Maine for not winning again. Published February 11 2012
As I prepare for a business trip to Hawaii, I have sent my itinerary to President Obama's staff. Mr. President, please do not visit the island while I am there. For that week, go somewhere else. Published February 10 2012
The rumors are false and have to stop. I now have proof that none of the GOP presidential contenders are partying in Las Vegas nightclubs. They really are campaigning. Published February 9 2012
Rick Santorum won the Colorado, Missouri, and Minnesota contests while Mitt Romney won the Nevada Caucus a few days earlier. Meanwhile, I was competing in the Las Vegas Cocktail Waitress Caucus. Published February 8 2012
On the day Ronald Reagan would have turned 101, it is troubling to see those claiming his mantle repeatedly violating his eleventh commandment. "Thou shalt speak ill of no other Republican." Published February 7 2012
Tom Coughlin and Eli Manning won the Super Bowl for the second time in five years, defeating Bill Bellichick, Tom Brady, and the Evil Empire of Football. Super Bowl XLVI (46) was a thriller. Published February 5 2012
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