Doug Gamble

A former writer for Presidents Ronald Reagan and George H.W. Bush, Doug Gamble writes for various Republican politicians and corporate executives.

Most Recent Articles by Doug Gamble:

The Worst That Could Happen

Apr 23, 2013 — Doug Gamble

All during shootout number two with Boston bombing suspect number two on Friday night, I was hoping he would not be taken alive.  But the worst case scenario prevailed, and now that he has been captured the liberal coddling will begin.

It’s Déjà Vu All Over Again

Oct 20, 2012 — Doug Gamble

While some pundits see the November 6 presidential election as shaping up similarly to the President Jimmy Carter – Ronald Reagan matchup in 1980, I think it more closely resembles the election of 1992 between President George H.W. Bush and Bill Clinton.  President Barack Obama is becoming Bush.

A Letter to President Reagan

Mar 31, 2012 — Doug Gamble

Dear President Reagan,
If there are horses to ride where you are, or if you have wood to chop and brush to clear, I know you’re busy, so to quote the humorous way you began some of your speeches, “As Henry the Eighth said to his wives, ‘I won’t be keeping you long.’”

A Conservative Rap Song

May 13, 2011 — Doug Gamble

If any administration was going to invite to the White House a rapper whose lyrics have supported a cop killer and advocated the killing of President George W. Bush, it would be this one, as demonstrated by its hosting this week of rapper Common.  But why should rap “music” be the preserve of thugs who preach violence.  How about a conservative rap song, like this:

Had Bush Been President When Osama Was Killed

May 2, 2011 — Doug Gamble


Added to the certainty of death and taxes is the certainty that the mainstream media will give virtually all the credit for the death of Osama bin Laden to President Barack Obama.  As it’s shilling for Obama continues right up to the 2012 presidential election, one would eventually be led to believe it was Obama himself who burst into bin Laden’s compound and shot him.  But how differently the MSM would have played it if what happened Sunday had happened during the presidency of George W. Bush.  The coverage might look something like this:

If You’re Reading This You Might be Racist

Apr 28, 2011 — Doug Gamble

Whoopi Goldberg says that, yes, she is playing the race card.  MSNBC lunatic Ed Shultz says Republicans are a racist party.  PBS program host Tavis Smiley says the 2012 presidential election will be the most racist in history.  A pastor, Reverend Amos Brown, told Bill O’Reilly that Donald Trump is racist for urging President Obama to “get off the basketball court” and take care of business, because basketball is associated more with blacks than whites.

Colder Winter of Our Discontent

Apr 22, 2011 — Doug Gamble

Civil War documentarian Ken Burns has famously observed that, before the war when the country was divided, people would say, “The United States are. . . ” After the war when the country became as one, they said, “The United States is. . . ” I wonder how long it will be before Americans say, “The United States was. . . ”