Entries by Paul R. Hollrah

A Democratic Death Wish

On Wednesday, December 2, 2015, two Muslim terrorists, Syed Rizwan Farook and his wife,  Tashfeen Malik, walked into an afternoon Christmas party at the Inland Regional Center in San Bernardino, California, and opened fire on the assembled guests.  Fourteen innocent people were killed and 22 injured.  Two of the injured remain in critical condition. Then, […]

On the Horns of a Dilemma

Yes, Democrats find themselves on the horns of a dilemma.  After shielding a patently ineligible and thoroughly incompetent usurper from public scrutiny for the past eight years, they would love to unmask the two remaining Republican presidential candidates who, like Barack Obama, are ineligible to serve as president… i.e. Ted Cruz and Marco Rubio.  However, […]

The End of European Civilization?

Having visited Austria and Germany just months ago, and recalling the indescribable beauty of that part of the world and the cheerful, hard-working people who live there, it is hard to visualize the dark fate that awaits them in the weeks, months, and years ahead.  An October 26 article by Leo Hohmann for WorldNetDaily, describes […]

Trump Has It Right

The fight for global dominion by the greatest evil in history, the radical forces of Islam, has been going on for more than 1200 years.  In 732 AD the Muslim Army, moving to occupy Paris, was defeated by Charles Martell at the Battle of Tours.  Muslims retreated to their own part of the world for […]

Loretta Lynch Must Go

On Thursday, Dec. 5, 2015, Attorney General Loretta Lynch threw down the gauntlet in a speech before the Muslim Advocate’s 10th Anniversary dinner in Arlington, Virginia.  Speaking just one day after Muslim terrorists, Sayed Rizwan Farook and his Saudi wife, Tashfeen Malik, murdered fourteen innocent people in an unprovoked terror attack on the Inland Regional Center […]

The Red Guards of Mizzou

During the months of May and June 1966, the Communist Central Committee of the Peoples Republic of China formed cadres of radical students called the Red Guards. In a document titled the “Sixteen Articles,” outlining the role that university students would be asked to play in the Cultural Revolution, the students were ordered to attack […]

Reversing the Muslim Tide

In the days following the horrific slaughter of innocent men, women, and children by radical Islamists in Paris, small groups of Syrian refugees have been  detained in unlikely ports of entry throughout the western hemisphere.  Eleven Syrian refugees, traveling with fake passports, were detained in Paraguay; 5 Syrians, traveling with stolen Greek passports, were arrested […]

Obama Must Go

As one who had never felt as though George H.W. Bush was a man of presidential caliber and, if nominated and elected, would be a one-term president, I was more than happy to serve as deputy campaign manager in the presidential exploratory committee of former White House Chief of Staff, former Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld, […]

Republican Civil Wars

An August 1, 2015 article in the Rasmussen Reports asked the question, “Is the GOP on the Brink of Civil War?”  As evidence of what appears to be an impending “civil war,” the author points to a floor speech by Senator Ted Cruz (R-TX) in which he accused Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY) of lying.  […]

Amending the U.S. Constitution by Fiat

While attending a recent GOP meeting in our rural eastern Oklahoma county, I was shocked to discover that we have a substantial number of normally common-sense Republicans who, while quite passionate in their political views, still appear not to understand the constitutional requirements to serve as president of the United States. As a final item […]

A letter to the U.S. Congress

The Hon. James M. Inhofe 205 Russell Senate Office Bldg. Washington, DC 20510 The Hon. James Lankford 316 Hart Senate Office Bldg. Washington, DC 20510 The Hon. Markwayne Mullin 1113 Longworth House Office Bldg. Washington, DC 20515 Gentlemen: As a concerned constituent, I would like to express my concern over the apparent unconcern of the […]