POLLIWOG (Tadpole): the early stage of an animal that will eventually become a frog, hoping to be kissed by a princess, turning into a prince! POLIBLOG (Political Blog): the early stage of a center-right political blog that may eventually become a full blown blog of the center-right. Join in if you find any merit in the comments. If you are on the left and disagree, feel free to straighten me out! Who knows, with effort from all of us this blog may turn into a prince!

Location: San Diego, California, United States

Friday, September 30, 2005


Victor Davis Hanson documents what he calls a loss of dignity and hypocrisy - what I call corruption which thrives in a complete non-accountability environment established by our elite university administrations and professors.

Read his most interesting "expose".

Monday, September 26, 2005


Read this from POWER LINE and recognize the REAL problem we face is not hurricanes or the federal, state or local governments, but the Main Stream Media and their minions in government.


David Limbaugh analyzes this General Honore comment on the MSM questions playing "gotcha" with Katrina while Rita was raging, and applies them quite appropriately to the Democratic Party for the last 5 years.

When will they realize the Country comes before the Democratic Party!

Monday, September 19, 2005


Mark Steyn gives his views of the hearings on John Roberts appointment to be Chief Justice of the Supreme Court. If you appreciate constructive sarcasm and a rapier wit, a must read. Note the last sentence playing off Joe Bidens baseball expertise!

Tuesday, September 06, 2005

Commentary on New Orleans

"Welfare culture is bad not just because, as in Europe, it's bankrupting the state, but because it enfeebles the citizenry, it erodes self-reliance and resourcefulness."

Thanks to Mark Steyn for these words of wisdom. He continues:

"New Orleans is a party town in the middle of a welfare swamp and, like many parties, it doesn't look so good when someone puts the lights up. I'll always be grateful to a burg that gave us Louis Armstrong and Louis Prima, and I'll always love Satch's great record of Do You Know What it Means to Miss New Orleans? But, after this last week, I'm not sure I would."