Three Conservative Bros Presents…2010 Year in Review
December 29, 2010 by Johnny M
Miss USA waves 2010 good-bye
The year is nearly over – time to review what’s happened in 2010 while we look forward to a superb 2011. I’ve picked a few posts we’ve done each month this year…some were more enlightening, some were more argumentative, and some were just more entertaining. We took all of December off, but look forward to getting back at posting more in 2011. Thanks for visiting the site this year, and wish y’all a Happy, Blessed, and Prosperous New Year.
Scott Brown shocks the nation by winning Ted Kennedy’s seat in Massachusetts.
Dissecting peculiar articles by Pat Buchanan.
Full recap of the State of the Union Address.
The ridiculousness of Obama’s national budget.
A post on Dont Ask, Dont Tell with subsequent debate and links to past posts from 2009.
One of our most popular searches is for ‘Conservatives are Bad People’ thanks to this post.
Remember when all that was covered was Health Care? That was fun.
An excellent look and debate about decriminalizing medical marijuana.
Two part story on media bias and liberal definitions: Part 1 and Part 2
Reviewing the recently passed Health Care Bill. Personally, I just enjoyed picking out photos of famous doctors.
Sean Penn is still a raging idiot.
The war between Radical Islam and…South Park?
Arizona decides to take illegal immigration reform into their own hands sparking a heated national debate.
The Republican response to the immigration debate.
More on the media presentation on illegal immigration.
Craziness in American schools.
Writing about Chris Christie before he became thrust into the national spotlight.
A deeper look at the Israel vs Palestine never-ending war.
America can be absurd.
Two Thumbs? Wal-Mart USA tee? Sweet Bandana? This guy.
American can be absurd, part deux.
Dont get caught in the hype of liberal race baiting.
Obama hedges his Ground Zero mosque opinions as the political winds blow.
Two conservatives of varying degrees offering differing way to look at this summer’s mosque debate.
Values or Elections. Tea Party costs Republicans a Senate seat.
NPR fires Juan Williams with dubious reasoning.
Technically posted in October our 5-part, 50 reason series on events that shaped the first two years of the Obama administration written for the Mid-terms: