The first collection of op-ed columns by award winning novelist, Rick Robinson, finds the conservative writer ranting on the political issues issues of the day. Using his 30 years in politics, Robinson offers unique and humorous insight into politics. He’s never at a loss for words or an opinion. His work can be found in the Daily Caller, One New England, NKY Magazine and numerous other national publications.
Robinson on “Hanoi Jane” Fonda being kicked off the QVC Shopping Network:
It is amusing that the woman who once declared that she wanted America to move to a socialist system is now whining that the country’s capitalist market is not working for her personally. She probably needs to rethink her outrage.
Robinson on the Occupy Wall Street Movement:
And, of course, what would a left-wing protest be without Michael Moore (other than several hundred pounds lighter). Moore showed up, and on cue, cried for the cameras … meaningless tears from a man that rolls around in his movie profits like a chunky Scrooge McDuck.
Robinson on visiting the Texas School Book Depository Museum at Dealy Plaza in Dallas Texas:
As I left I noticed that there was a sign on the front door of the museum warning patrons that guns were prohibited. If only Lee Harvey Oswald had used that door in 1963…
Robinson on a 12 Step program for political junkies:
Step 5 – Admit to God, to yourself and to another human being the exact nature of your wrongs
“Forgive me Father, for I have sinned. I pretended to be sick one Sunday when I stayed home to watch Meet the Press. I mean give me a break, Padre – Joe Biden was on. You never know what the hell he’s going to say on live television.” Two Hail Marys…three at the most.