Michelle Lancaster

'Pay to Play' at the Harris County Texas Republican Party

'Pay to Play' at the Harris County Texas Republican Party

I recently read an article by Ed Hubbard on Big Jolly Politics and was surprised that, as the country is on the brink of losing freedoms with out of control spending and the “most important” Presidential election ever, Harris County Texas Republicans now must

The Racism of Daily Kos for GOP Candidate Mia B. Love

I was recently informed about a piece by Daily Kos promoting racism versus Republican candidate Mia B. Love.  I’ve had the pleasure of meeting Mia in person at CPAC and welcome her campaign to bring conservative values to Utah’s newly

Last Minute Patriotic Christmas Gift Ideas

I’ve been blessed this year — blessed with my family, my health, my friends, and with you! So, with a few days left until Christmas Day, I wanted to share my favorite books of the year… just in time for

In Honor of My Dad on Veteran's Day

In 1954, on the anniversary of the ending of World War I, President Dwight D. Eisenhower proclaimed November 11, Veteran’s Day, so that we would pay special tribute to our military heroes. As we take time this year to honor

Happy Anniversary Smart Girl Politics!

Time flies when you’re having fun and boy, have we been having fun! This week is the third anniversary for SGP Action and I’ve been a loud and proud member of Smart Girl Politics (SGP) since December 2008. Back then,

The Occupiers Are Part of Obama's Plan

Do you think President 0bama is correct in believing the Occupy Wall Street and other “occupy” protests happening across our country are just like those of the Tea Party? Photo via bluebird of bitterness Think again. Still unconvinced of the

Class Warfare and President Obama

Peace is hard. But class warfare isn’t. And it’s happening now right before our eyes. The All American Blogger writes: The president outlined a tax increase he’s calling the Buffett Rule, or something silly, which loots more from the rich,

Texas on Fire: Perry Skips Forum to Do His Job

As many of us are relaxing with family and friends on this Labor Day, my fellow Texas in the Bastrop area are fleeing huge wildfires. 97% of Texas is under a drought warning so while it feels nice outside from

30 Things You Must Do BEFORE a Hurricane: Come On Irene!

Yes, whenever I hear news on Hurricane Irene, I sing Come On Eileen in my head. The song will probably have more airplay in the coming weeks since the 80s. Parodies are certainly being worked on as I type. Watch.

UPDATE: Houston National Cemetery Censorship

Finally. We are days away from justice. The hearing for Arleen Ocasio, Director of the Houston National Cemetery, who has been censoring freedom of speech and freedom of prayer is this Monday, 8/22. As you may remember, Ms. Ocasio has

Texas Congressman Goes Undercover at Houston National Cemetery

The result? Confirmation that the Director of the Houston National Cemetery is censoring freedom of speech and freedom of religion at the funerals of our veterans. As you may remember, my previous article entitled God Bless Our Military … Just

Houston National Cemetery's Declaration of Independence

Yesterday, I had the honor of attending the Religious Freedom Rally at the Houston National Cemetery with my husband Steve. At this event, a coalition of Houston area pastors, representing a variety of ethnic and religious denominations, stood alongside several

God Bless Our Military? Not At The Houston National Cemetery.

Yes, you read that right. As I sat today and listened to the Michael Berry Show today, I overheard a story that has left me disgusted. Seems the Houston National Cemetery Director has ruled that grieving families cannot use the

My Review of 'The Undefeated': Game On.

I was fortunate enough to view a film screening of the unrated version of “The Undefeated” – the Sarah Palin documentary – by Stephen K. Bannon this past weekend while attending this year’s Right Online conference in Minneapolis, MN. The

Obama and Texas Wildfires: Big Hat, No Cattle

When I hear this famous Texas saying, I immediately think of President Obama and how he feels about Texas. All talk. No action. Then again, the action of denying Texas federal disaster aid for wildfires raging over million acres speaks