Peggy Ryan


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Peggy Ryan is an IT specialist. Currently she is an author and political commentator. She’s been widely published on multiple conservative Internet sites. Peggy Ryan can be reached at [email protected]

Most Recent Articles by Peggy Ryan:

The Enemy Within

Aug 24, 2017 — Peggy Ryan

In a recent interview, Sean Hannity asked Newt Gingrich about Senate majority leader, Mitch McConnell’s inability to lead, the Senate’s failure to pass an Obamacare repeal.  Newt danced around McConnell’s role, its “we” he said, the President’s not a bystander, he shares the blame. 

After a few moments of castigating the President for Congress’s failures, Gingrich said we have to be effective, look at the long game.  We have a couple of weak Republicans so we need to add to our majority in 2018 to make up for them, get to 56 or 58 seats.


Yes, There Is STILL a Coup in America

Dec 16, 2016 — Peggy Ryan

I wrote a piece for American Thinker, Yes, There Is a Coup On in America to call attention to the fact that our government, media, and Washington establishment is attempting a coup d’etat right before our eyes. I pointed out that per 18 USC Ch. 101, Hillary, Clinton, even without an indictment, was legally disqualified to run for President after her mishandling of classified information. I called out the FBI and Department of Justice (DOJ) as accessories after the fact when they used their positions to cover her crimes and enable her to avoid prosecution, called out the corporate media complex that shielded Hillary from her crimes and served as her attack dog. This cabal openly defied our government, broke our laws, ignored regulations to make Hillary Clinton the Democrat nominee and it was all done in the open for all to see.


60 Shameful Minutes

Nov 17, 2016 — Peggy Ryan

Leslie Stahl of 60 Minutes scored the first post-election interview with the President-Elect, Donald Trump.  I tuned in as did millions of other Americans to share Trump’s historical victory.  I didn’t know what to expect but started the evening with a sense of excitement to share Trump’s accomplishment.  But my enthusiasm was soon dampened.

From the opening, Ms. Stahl was cool towards Trump and by the end of the interview she’d progressed to rude, petulant, and disrespectful.  Throughout the interview she had an air of superiority, the snobby rich wife enduring a conversation with a commoner.


When the People No Longer Matter

Nov 8, 2016 — Peggy Ryan

Eric Bolling subbed for O’Reilly last week so I tuned in (can’t take Bloviating Bill).  At the end of the show, Eric gets O’Reilly on the phone.  Bill’s saying Hillary’s crimes might not be enough,to stop her, yada yada.  But then Eric asks O’Reilly about Trump’s massive crowds, tens of thousands of screaming fans, thousands more outside who can’t get in, passionate, energized, motivated.  Isn’t that a good sign for Trump?

“Yeah, yeah”, O’Reilly says.  “Trump’s supporters are rabid but that doesn’t really mean anything.”


America’s “Come to Jesus” Moment

Nov 4, 2016 — Peggy Ryan

I’m hearing all the theories on why FBI Director, James Comey, reopened the investigation on Hilary Clinton’s illegal email server.  Rush Limbaugh floated the idea it’s a head fake, that Comey will come out a day or two before the election and announce there’s no there-there.  Now I know Hillary’s bunch is the gang that can’t shoot straight but I can’t imagine a misfire of this magnitude.  Hillary’s poll numbers are plummeting and the media’s having trouble keeping a straight face with their “She’s winning in a landslide” meme or even just “She’s winning” so I find it hard to believe this was the plan. 

Others are saying it’s a rank and file mutiny, that the agents couldn’t take the fallout from Comey’s betrayal.  Might have been a factor but if this were the sole impetus for reopening the case, wouldn’t it have happened sooner?  I mean they all knew at the time that Comey sold them out, what took so long?


Donald Trump’s New York Values

Oct 15, 2016 — Peggy Ryan

Remember the Republican primaries, the slew of vicious attacks on Donald Trump, the endless slander? Like Ted Cruz on that debate stage, arrogant, all puffed up and slamming Donald Trump for his “New York values”.  Trump shot back reminding Cruz of the New York values witnessed on 911, said he found Cruz’s remarks offensive to all New Yorkers.

But most of us knew what Cruz meant.  New Yorkers are world renowned for being tough, tenacious, and worldly.  Most city dwellers would rather face an armed mugger in a dark alley than a pissed-off New York cab driver.  So if we knew what Cruz was saying and at least on a subconscious level agreed, why didn’t the attack bring Trump down?

It’s because most Americans actually like New Yorkers even if they don’t share all their values.  New York’s a city that respects real-world diversity not the political staging of Democrats, thrives on people’s ability to merge lifestyles, personalities, and political views into a robust, successful, metropolis.


Trump’s Galt-Right Movement

Sep 2, 2016 — Peggy Ryan

Ayn Rand’s classic novel, Atlas Shrugged, opens with the question “Who is John Galt?” It’s a question often repeated amid an ongoing quest to discover the answer.

John Galt is a man who opts out of a failed society, who rejects a nation near collapse, an eroding economy, escalating crime, and an authoritarian government for a better life. Galt then recruits society’s producers, smart, inventive people, the best of the best. They gather in a secret community, Galt’s Gulch, and set to work to rebuild what they’ve lost.

In Hillary Clinton’s “alt-right” speech, I see shades of Rand’s dystopian society, feelings over thoughts, words over action. Hillary went for the jugular of feelings with the most divisive, insulting, and damaging words in the Democrat lexicon. It’s frightening to realize her hate speech will reach a segment of voters because that’s not who Donald Trump is, not who his supporters are. We are not “alt-right”.


Hillary’s Inconvenient Truth

Jul 14, 2016 — Peggy Ryan

Well thank God, FBI Director, James Comey came out and indicted Hillary Clinton. Even though it’s not his job, Comey threw the book at her, leveled charges, found her guilty, and by way of political damage, sentenced her.

Yeah, yeah, I know, Comey didn’t technically indict Hillary and he passed on prosecutorial follow-up but per dictionary.com, the definition of indict is: to charge with an offense or crime; accuse of wrongdoing; castigate; criticize: Well Comey certainly charged Hillary with offenses and crimes, clearly accused her of wrongdoing, and boy, did he ever castigate her.


Another Republican Debate - YAY!

Nov 9, 2015 — Peggy Ryan

No, seriously, I love these debates. First of all, they’re entertaining. A comedy writer couldn’t come up with better lines than these moderators. But more than that, each debate offers insights into the candidate’s political views, personal finances, juvenile records, and sex life. Who could ask for anything more?

My favorite brawl so far is the third debate, the one with all the hullabaloo about bias journalists (like that’s news). It starts out slow, stump speeches and empty rhetoric. There’s a couple of false starts like when John Harwood asks Trump if he’s running a comic book version of a presidential campaign. I take a deep breath and wait for Trump to go nuclear but he fizzles out.


Elvis, Trump, and Rock & Roll

Oct 7, 2015 — Peggy Ryan

Rock & roll (R&R) exploded onto the music scene in the 50s and ignited a cultural revolution.  New sounds with irresistible rhythms swept teenagers up in a whirlwind of passion.  But parents of those excited teens weren’t so enamored with the new hip.  In fact, they went from parental coaxing, to stern warnings, to banning the music altogether.  But Rock & Roll was here to stay.


Trump’s Secret - He’s One of Us

Sep 4, 2015 — Peggy Ryan

I’m told that in supporting Donald Trump, I’m advocating for a civil war within the Republican party.  Let me be clear, I’m not trying to start a civil war, I’m simply joining a revolution.  I’m taking up arms (in my case a pen) for the conservative cause against the ruling class of Washington insiders, the UniParty (Democrats and Republicans), the media, and activist courts. 

The GOP establishment (GOPe) started the war.  A preview was the 2010 Delaware Senate Primary.  Christine O’Donnell, the Tea Party candidate won the primary but the GOP didn’t approve of the people’s choice.  They openly worked to defeat O’Donnell in the general.  They helped elect a Democrat to the Senate seat.


There’s a New Sheriff in Town

Aug 10, 2015 — Peggy Ryan

Republicans and their Democrat allies (henceforth referred to as Republicrats) have collectively thrown their hands up in the air, how can Donald Trump be the frontrunner?  Especially after the GOP establishment (GOPe)  has fired every weapon in their arsenal at him.  Is he Superman, some comic hero who’s invincible?

No, Republicrats, he’s just a guy who’s learned how to handle back-stabbing, control freaks such as yourselves.  He’s not an “eye for an eye” guy, he’s more an ‘eye, tongue, nose, ear’  for an eye guy.  He’s our kind of guy.