DOMA: FINALLY Gone With the Wind

June 26th, 2013 will be a day that ALL in the LGBT community can look back on, and tell their kids and grandkids that The United States Supreme court ruled in their favor, and deemed The Defense of Marriage Act unconstitutional.  The ruling was 5-4.  DOMA denied federal benefits to same sex couples who were […]

Palin’s Third Party?

Saturday, Sarah Palin responded on Fox News to a question from Twitter: “Would you & Mark Levin be willing to build a “Freedom Party” if GOP continues to ignore conservatives?”  Tempting thought, isn’t it?  Given the regular thwarting of conservative ideas and disrespect of the Tea Party activists who delivered the House to the GOP in […]

Survive And Advance

Drama.  People frantically running around.  Last second comebacks.  Accusations of things being rigged. No, I’m not talking about the World Cup, I’m talking about the much lamented GOP #MSSen runoff election. Like the vast majority of people in FRN’s circle, I was rooting for Chris McDaniel to unseat Thad Cochran in this week’s race. Sadly, […]

Immigration Link Roll

There seems to be a new story breaking every hour on the current immigration debate in the U. S. Senate.  In an effort to keep up and allow our fellow Radicals to find information in one place, I’m starting a link roll of immigration articles from all sides of the debate.  If you find something […]

Are You a Radical?

Long Island, NY – Union bosses are accused of using threats and intimidation against contracted crews cleaning up after Hurricane Sandy. According to the Daily Caller: “Unionized local employees repeatedly harassed and intimidated non-union workers of a private disaster cleanup firm that won a government contract to restore Long Island, New York, in the wake of […]

Bring me Shrubberies

With the scandalpalooza rocking Washington DC and the nation, one of the excuses being trotted out by those on the left is “This is Bush’s fault. They started under him.” I’m going to concede that you are right.  “HA! You agree,  I win!”  Wrong.  “What?!?  You just said you agree?!”  Actually, I am conceding that […]

Green Screen Killed the Movie Star

When you go to the movies today, do you ever think about how movies used to be so much better?  Sure, the effects are far more elaborate nowadays, but what about the story they are supposed to tell? For the most part I blame the green screen and digital technology.  No more are there small […]

Casual Outrage

That cartoon provoked within me a very disheartening realization this morning, and I’m having a difficult time rebounding from it. Kind of funny, if you ask me.  A good political cartoon has the power to cut through some of the noise and make a quick, sharp point.  And cartoonists aren’t the only ones making noise […]