government regulation

Silence of the Lambs

Silence of the Lambs

  This drawing is in response to the McCain-Feingold Campaign Finance Reform Act. What a lovely title. It almost makes you feel like they’ve done something to make politicians less corrupt. What they’ve really done is tell you who you can support and how much you can give them. Don’t be fooled by the tripe […]

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Alinsky, Social Justice and a Cultural Revolution

…The old saw goes: “If you repeat a lie often enough, people begin to take it as truth”. Like the raucous caw of a crow, the populist mantra silences the voice of reason…


Editorial Cartoonist Portrays Ted Cruz as a Clown

…While some members of congress and the conservative media are taking a stand, where is the conservative art community on this issue? You wouldn’t know outside of Ramirez’s and Branco’scartoons because very few are giving a cultural approach a second thought on our side. Nobody with any mass influence, anyway. ..

The Liberty Amendments, A Summary

…The Liberty Amendments, by Mark Levin….a summary of its contents… for to do nothing at this point in our history, would be sheer folly…..

Is The American Dream a Farce? by Mark Taylor

For Immediate Release: New Book Questions “Is the American Dream a Farce?” Savannah, GA – September 26, 2012 Cover illustration provided by Frances Byrd. Concerned about the negative impact of our nation’s $16 trillion national debt, runaway government spending and governmental overreach into our private lives, eighteen-year-old Mark Taylor has written a book called Is […]

Atlas Shrugged in 2011?

I received the following article in an email from a close friend today. It is telling and frightening at the same time. I recently reread the book in preparation for a series of paintings paralleling current events and those in the novel. Ayn Rand Was Right: Wealthy Are on Strike Against Obama by Wayne Allyn […]

“There ain’t no such thing as a free lunch.”

… You really cannot blame the citizens in our entitlement culture who think that they can have their lunch and eat it too. After all, look at the example that their legislators are setting as they coast along on their own free-lunch wagon, creating whatever programs they desire, and then printing paper dollars out of […]

CPAC Artist: William Harris

I just want to take a quick moment to thank William for a couple of things. He has been one of the earliest partners in the Liberatchik project. Over the last two years of brainstorming and planning, William has been an invaluable source of ideas and insight. Thank you William, for the ideas and support […]

CPAC 2011 Artist: James Byrd

Jay is my patient half and is currently the only writer in our group. After fifteen years, he is still supportive of my quirky and manic ways. I just wanted to take a minute to say thanks and introduce him to you, so you would know who he is. I couldn’t have gotten so far […]

So You Want to Hang On to Those Earmarks? We’ll See About That!

This article is by a fellow blogger, C. Jeffery Small from Jeffery has recently updated and renamed his blog and can now be found at Small Thoughts for a Complex World Earlier today the online news site, Politico, reported that Jim DeMint was marshaling Republicans to get behind a plan to restrict earmarks from […]