Dr. Gina Loudon

Articles by Dr. Gina Loudon

Bachus Primary: Biggest Congressional Race this Week

On Tuesday, Alabama voters will decide who will represent them in Alabama’s CD6 in a race that has serious national implications. SpencerBachus (R-AL) currently holds the seat and Andrew Breitbart led the way by repeatedly calling for his resignation over the congressional “insider trading” allegations which have since prompted an ethics

Popular State Senator to Challenge Rep. Bachus in Primary

Alabama State Senator Scott Beason (R-AL) announced his candidacy for Alabama’s 6th Congressional district late last week against 10-term incumbent, Spencer Bachus (R-AL). This comes on the heels of multiple accounts of corruption exposed initially in Peter Schweizer’s best selling

It Is Time to Fold up Congress' Spending Circus

We all know it is difficult to teach an old dog new tricks, but apparently it is even more difficult to teach an old politician new ideas. They are still rearranging furniture in their office in preparation for this session,

Why Are Most Artists Liberal?

Reality demonstrates that people act on their basest needs. Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs says that basic needs are things like food, shelter, safety, and security. If one progresses up the scale, needs like love, belonging, esteem, and respect become important.

Star Power: Palin Takes Hollywood … And the Culture

The liberal media relentlessly criticizes Sarah Palin for her ubiquitous media appearances from hard news punditry to pop culture appearances. The Fox News analyst is “going Hollywood” with her latest stint in reality TV, attendance at Bristol’s Dancing with the

Fear Factor: Sarah Palin and 2012

Recently, I attended the Conservatives for Palin, and I gained some insight I think conservatives want to consider moving forward. The group was not like any I have ever known. There were all kinds of people there–Christians, Jews, Hindus, women,

Think Obama and Palin Are a Lot Alike? Think Again

In a recent article by Robert Schmul on AOL Politics, he has hit conservatives below the belt in a way that he hopes will stick. If you can’t get the American population to get behind your socialist President, then just

About That 'Endowed by Their Creator' Omission, Mr. President…

As a Harvard-trained lawyer, are we really to believe that BHO II forgot the most famous line in the Preamble of the Declaration of Independence? There are only three options that explain why Obama omitted the words “by the Creator”

MSM Lies and Lies and Lies Some More About Arizona

Unfortunately, the mainstream media (MSM) in their coverage of Arizona isn’t telling the whole story. This battle has been portrayed as a racial issue, when in fact, it is not at all. As the originator of the BUYcott concept, I

From the 'National Circle News,' a Day In the (Future) Life

It is a dark day in the former United States. Vacant, lifeless poles, their cables clanging, where brilliant stars and stripes danced before. The children in straight, gray lines, heads hung low, the look of hope lost in their eyes.

About that Tim McVeigh Special on MSNBC Tonight…

I am really sorry that Rachel Maddow’s ratings have tanked and that Fox News is practically on the verge of owning MSNBC. There is a problem here, and I think I can help. Apparently, Maddow and her copycats at the

Get Ready To Shiver, MSM: Citizen-Journalists Are Watching You

The leftist elements of the mainstream media (MSM) could be content just to gloat because they got away with the biggest coup in political history. Instead, they are launching a full frontal assault on conservatism. The left must be very

Hey, Steve Jobs — Boycott Beck At Your Own Peril

The Politically Correct Boycott Corp is on the march again! If the show doesn’t fit within your political agenda, then just boycott it and try to “shut up dissent.” According to the Washington Post, around two hundred companies are now

In the Clash of Conservatives, Truth Is the Only Way Forward

A post entitled “Can Alinsky’s Tactics Work on the Right? Should They?” by Christian Hartsock in Big Journalism, along with local battles between ultra- conservatives and other conservatives over using Alinsky’s tactics to further the cause, brings to light that

Ask Not For Whom the Bell Tolls, MSM: It Tolls for Thee

With a whiff of nostalgia, I can imagine the old time journalist with the smell of coffee and cigarettes wafting through the click and clang of the typewriter. Fifty years ago, a “journalist” had the ring of a dispassionate, creative,