Katy Grimes and Megan Barth

Articles by Katy Grimes
Articles by Megan Barth
Katy Grimes is an investigative journalist, Senior Correspondent with the Flash Report, Reaganbabe.com, and Senior Media Fellow with Energy and Environmental Institute. A longtime political analyst, she has written for The Sacramento Union, The Washington Examiner, Watchdog.org, The Pacific Research Institute’s CalWatchdog, The San Francisco Examiner, The Business Journal, E&E Legal, The Sacramento Bee, Legal Insurrection, Canada Free Press, and Laura Ingraham’s LifeZette, and can be heard regularly on many talk radio shows each week.Megan Barth is the founder and proprietor of Reaganbabe.com, Co-Chair of the Media Equality Project, and a nationally recognized political commentator. She is a weekly cohost for WAR-The Wayne Allyn Root Show out of Las Vegas, NV and has appeared on Headline News CNN, NewsMax TV, One America News Network, The Blaze Radio, Lars Larson, Bill Cunningham, and has regular weekly appearances on nationally syndicated radio shows. Her op-eds have been published in Canada Free Press, The Hill, American Thinker and the Daily Caller. For interviews or speaking engagements, please contact [email protected]

Most Recent Articles by Katy Grimes and Megan Barth:

California burns: The “new normal” thanks to Obama Era Environmental Regulations

Aug 6, 2018 — Katy Grimes and Megan Barth

California burns: The new normal thanks to Obama Era Environmental Regulations,
“Hotter, drier, longer forest fires we are witnessing today have nothing to do with ‘dangerous manmade climate change. They have a lot to do with idiotic forest mismanagement policies and practices.”—Paul Driessen, Senior Policy Advisor, CFACT

This past week, the New York Times reported on California’s wildfires stating that “Since 2012, according to state emergency management officials, there has not been a month without a wildfire burning—a stark contrast to previous decades, when fire officials saw the fall and winter as a time to plan and regroup,”

What’s the significance of 2012?



Jan 6, 2017 — Katy Grimes and Megan Barth

As Chicanas and Chicanos of Aztlán, we are a nationalist movement of Indigenous Gente that lay claim to the land that is ours by birthright. As a nationalist movement we seek to free our people from the exploitation of an oppressive society that occupies our land. Thus, the principle of nationalism serves to preserve the cultural traditions of La Familia de La Raza and promotes our identity as a Chicana/Chicano Gente. M.E.CH.A

Immediately following the November election, California Governor Jerry Brown appointed U.S. Rep. Xavier Becerra (D) to replace State Attorney General Kamala Harris, who won election to the U.S. Senate seat vacated by the retiring Sen. Barbara Boxer.

Many wonder why Xavier Becerra was chosen by Brown. But all anyone has to do is peek into the radical California Legislature, and fanatical Gov. Jerry Brown, to see the trend of militant Marxist, Socialist, Jesuit, Liberation Theology, Latino activism on the increase.

Feminists: The Misandrists of Marxism

Oct 21, 2016 — Katy Grimes and Megan Barth

A Feminine Manifesto By Megan Barth and Katy Grimes

“To call a man an animal is to flatter him; he’s a machine, a walking dildo.” ~Valerie Solanas,, American radical feminist, best known for writing the SCUM Manifesto

Radical feminism is an oppressive and rather brutal ideology that has vast cultural implications. With a goal of control, radical feminism focuses on destroying traditional relationships using shaming, violence and misrepresentation of facts. And there is nothing feminine about radical feminism or feminists. Celebrating your birthday naked while on a toilet in a public restroom?  How lady like.

Women have the power to forge unbreakable family and community ties—or they can use their power for destructive purposes. Women have the power to be encouraging, nurturing, positive and productive; or harmful, lethal and cancerous.


Jun 11, 2016 — Katy Grimes and Megan Barth

Why would politicians want to change a system that’s totally rigged in order to keep them in power?  That’s what they’re doing, folks.  Why would politicians want to change a system that’s made them and their friends very, very wealthy?  I beat a rigged system, by winning with overwhelming support.  The only way you could have done it. Landslides all over the country, with every demographic on track to win 37 primary caucus victories in a field that began with 17 very talented people.

After years of disappointment, there’s one thing we all have learned. We can’t fix the rigged system by relying on—and I mean this so, so strongly—the very people who rigged it. And they rigged it. And do not ever think anything differently.  We can’t solve our problems by counting on the politicians who created our problems.Donald J. Trump

A National Review By, For and Of the Few

William F. Buckley, the Founder of National Review, once said, “I would rather be governed by the first 2000 people in the Manhattan phone book than the entire faculty of Harvard.”  The American people continue to uprise against the elitist deal makers in Washington DC—many Harvard alums who have given us $19 trillion dollars in debt, with no end to the spending in sight.

Michelle’s Field of Dreams

Apr 1, 2016 — Katy Grimes and Megan Barth

If the people in the media cannot decide whether they are in the business of reporting news or manufacturing propaganda, it is all the more important that the public understand the difference, and choose their news sources accordingly.—Thomas Sowell

Megan Barth
“Trust but Verify” is a motto that I hold dear as a political analyst and writer.  For the record, I don’t consider myself a journalist, as I hold an outward bias towards the destructive policies, tactics, and rhetoric of Progressives.  My website is named Reaganbaby because I was inspired, at a young age, by the common sense conservatism and leadership of Ronald Reagan.  Therefore, I sacrifice my objectivity on the altar of supply side economics, free markets, fair trade and conservative principles—principles based in capitalism, smaller government and the spirit of the individual, rather than the group- think mentality of the collective.

As a conservative woman, and Trump supporter, I am now “black-listed” by conservatives in the media and equally vilified by those on the left. The vilification by leftist Alynskyites is expected, but the McCarthyism by fellow conservatives, employing Alinskyesque tactics, is surprising, disgusting, and welcomed.

Rockefeller Republicans Fear Losing Their Power More Than They Fear A Hillary Clinton Presidency

Mar 11, 2016 — Katy Grimes and Megan Barth

“A lot of the other candidates have gone out of their way to smack him (Trump) with a two-by-four and said some really nasty, vicious things.  I’ve sung his praises. He’s bold, he’s brash, and I think the support he’s gaining right now in the polls is because people are looking for someone willing to stand up to Washington.” ~Senator Ted Cruz

Several recent news articles reported a number of Washington D.C. Republicans have told Bret Baier at FOX News that they may vote for Hillary Clinton over Donald Trump.

Self-described “lifelong Reagan Republicans” are appalled and repulsed by him, dismayed that the Republican Party let his potential candidacy happen. They are simply projecting their own failures and fears onto the leading GOP candidate because they have failed conservatism and now they are fearful because they are vulnerable.  Their power is threatened.  These blue bloods are not fearful of socialism gaining ground in this country. They are not fearful of a Hillary Clinton presidency and losing the Supreme Court.  They are fearful of losing their power to a populist, a capitalist, who has the cajones to call their bluff, who knows who they are; and, they are fearful of their own electorate—who have been lied to, betrayed, and used as political capital by these “lifelong Reagan Republicans” for decades.  Yeah, these Americans are angry and they have every right to be.  This beltway betrayal and incompetent, power-hungry politicians on both sides of aisle, are the reasons why many Americans—democrats, republicans, independents, blue collar, middle class, evangelicals, and minorities are supporting Donald Trump.

Black Votes Matter to Hillary Clinton

Feb 26, 2016 — Katy Grimes and Megan Barth

If she were black, or gay, or poor, young liberals might be more inclined to vote for her. —Molly Roberts: senior at Harvard University and columnist for the Harvard Crimson.

She may be have been dead broke when she and Bill left the White House and Hillary may be gay, but she can’t seem to unite a fractured electorate—one that the DNC had naively assumed would immediately coalesce behind their golden oldie.  The millennials voted for hope and change in 2008, but Hillary represents neither. In fact, the only demographic that Hillary reigns champion is with the 65 and older crowd.  This crowd may be standing with her, but many are standing with the aid of a walker with tennis balls as wheels, donning their singed bras from the past.

Using Murder Victims and Police to Play Up the Race Card

Feb 11, 2016 — Katy Grimes and Megan Barth

“Hands up don’t shoot” was a lie. The phony “Black Lives Matter” movement exists solely as a tool for Democrats to fire up their base when they need votes.

Advocacy of violence against police, and Black racism are now considered hip.

Why else did Beyoncé Knowles release a music video right before her Super Bowl performance of the race-baiting song “Formation,” showing police officers harassing young black people, and “Stop shooting us” graffiti? During the Super Bowl performance, Beyoncé‘s dancers, dressed in Black Panther costumes, formed an X shape in tribute to radical black activist Malcolm X. Her dancers were seen giving the black power salute while holding up a sign reading, “Justice for Mario Woods.”


Jan 27, 2016 — Katy Grimes and Megan Barth

Betrayal is the only truth that sticks —Arthur Miller

The rise of Donald Trump and Ted Cruz are a direct reflection of the anger and pain of the electorate and the capitulation of conservative principles by the GOP. The electorate and conservatives are demanding change, and the GOP, for the sake of saving the grand old party, must change.It is necessary for the restoration of the party, conservatism, and our democratic republic—one which was founded by the people and for the people, and the people are angry because they have been betrayed by the beltway. The people don’t deserve the insults and they don’t deserve the blame. The GOP has no one else to blame but themselves.

First world feminists ignore third world rapists

Jan 21, 2016 — Katy Grimes and Megan Barth

There is a special place in hell for women who don’t help other women.—Madeleine Albright

Progressive feminists give us an insight into the twisted logic and rooted bigotry of feminism, their hypersensitivity to women-only issues, and a general loathing of men (unless these men are serial, sexual harassing, raping Democrats).  The political and pop-culture feminists who are leading the feminist movement today would rather sacrifice a few of their progressive patsies on the alter of Roe v. Wade abortion on demand than take a united stand against all sexual violence, harassment and rape.