Author Archives: Rudy Cajka

About Rudy Cajka

Rudy Cajka is political activist and historian currently residing in Texas. He is an active member of the Denton County Republican Party and has written numerous articles on political and conservative topics for many years. He is a free market conservative and he devotes considerable time analyzing elections and current events. Rudy Cajka also has many other interests including financial analysis, investing and world travel among others and ocassionally the posts on this blog will reflect those interests.

Senator Whitehouse and his Idiotic Rant About Global Warming

    Senator Sheldon Whitehouse (D-RI) went to the floor of the Senate on Monday, May 20, 2013 and made an absolute fool of himself.  Shortly after the devastating and tragic tornado had struck Moore, OK, with its huge loss of … Continue reading

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The Real Meaning of the Benghazi Cover-Up

After many months of stories, investigations, obfuscations, liberal media biased reporting (and lack thereof) and political infighting, this week’s House of Representative’s hearings are finally starting to provide some solid information.  We have now heard from the top U.S. official … Continue reading

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Is it Time For Republicans to Give Up the Fight over the Fiscal Cliff?

In the 5 weeks since the re-election of Barack Obama as president there has been a astonishing resurgence in the president’s popularity among the American people.  Since election day, when Obama’s general popularity numbers were hovering around 50% in the … Continue reading

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Should the USA be Giving Foreign Aid to Islamic Enemy Nations?

What we have seen within the last two days in the Middle East is nothing short of an organized, massive uprising against the United States by radical Muslim nations.  This anti-American uprising occurring in Egypt, Libya, Yemen and other Muslim … Continue reading

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Is Obama Deliberately Trying to Weaken America?

  The most recent cover of Newsweek features an article entitled “Hit the Road, Barack – Why We Need a New President”.  Considering that Newsweek is an established member of the liberal mainstream media, it is a truly startling and … Continue reading

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Sen. Harry Reid (D-NV), the current majority leader of the U.S. Senate, has been quietly preparing to alter the Senate rules regarding filibusters.  Filibusters are normally used by opponents of a measure to talk that measure to death on the … Continue reading

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U.S. To Resume Giving Massive Foreign Aid to Egypt

The U.S. State Department announced today (3/23/2012) that the USA will resume its massive foreign aid giveaway of $1.5 Billion to Egypt.  Since Congress passed a law in December prohibiting funding unless the State Department certifies that Egypt is making … Continue reading

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Obama’s War on the Catholic Church

The Evils of ObamaCare Begin to Emerge This past week, President Obama decided to throw down the gauntlet and challenge the Catholic Church with a set of new regulations regarding what Catholic Institutions must provide to their employees.  Included in … Continue reading

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Governor Perry and the Republican Nomination

Is He Finished as a Candidate for President or Can He Come Back? Governor Perry announced his intention to run for the Republican nomination for president on Saturday, August 13, 2012 in Charleston, South Carolina.  His announcement was hailed as … Continue reading

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Illegal Aliens Collect Billions from the IRS Every Year

Nearly one half of all Americans pay no income tax at all each year.  Most of us have learned that fact recently through the extensive debt ceiling debate and the debate over just how much the “rich” should be paying … Continue reading

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