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Are “Electable” Candidates Actually Electable? Part II: Swing State Electability

Is “electability” a meaningless term? It is certainly an overused one, and overused words tend to lose their meaning even when they have something to tell us. In Part I, I looked at “electability” candidates in past Republican presidential primaries. But if we look at recent presidential, Senate and Governor’s races, we can get a better fix on what kinds of candidates win and lose | Read More »

Everything You Need To Know About The #DemDebate Summed Up In One GIF

Last night, MSNBC aired their last Democrat primary debate, and unlike the Republican debates, at this one the candidates did most of the talking. But only most of it. There was still plenty of love from the moderators, Chuck Todd and arch-liberal Rachel Maddow. But why listen to my summary when you can see what you need to know right here?   Yep. That’s just | Read More »

California Obamacare Maximum Leader Peter Lee denounces deviationist wreckers at UnitedHealth Group!

California Obamacare’s head lackey is upset that he runs an unprofitable Obamacare marketplace. That makes two of us.

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Tennessee Legislature Approves Article V Application

Thursday the Tennessee legislature became the first state in 2016 to approve an Article V application calling for a Convention of States to propose reform amendments to the Constitution that would reign in a run away federal government. Tennessee’s actions come weeks after Texas Gov. Greg Abbott unveiled his Texas Plan to convince state legislatures around the country to join in the state based effort | Read More »

The #BATF: Iowa Results, New Hampshire Forecast

Welcome back to the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Friends! Tonight, I’m joined by our own Caleb Howe, as well as Jeff Blehar of the Ace of Spades Decision Desk, Scott Lincicome of the Cato Institute, F. Bill McMorris of the Washington Free Beacon, and Kyle Foley of Outset Magazine to discuss this week’s Iowa caucuses, with a look forward to the New Hampshire primary. | Read More »

TRANSFORMATION: German University Head Proposes Mandatory Arabic Classes In All Schools

University President and “renowned” education expert Professor Thomas Strothotte made news this week when he told German newspaper Die Ziet that Germany should adopt “mandatory” Arabic language education for all students, starting at primary school, in order to “keep up” with the “new reality” in Europe following wave after wave of refugees. From The Daily Caller: “We would appreciate being a country of immigration and | Read More »

The Media is Still Doing Whatever Trump Wants Them to Do

It really is disgusting the extent to which the media has begun to panic about the idea that they won’t have Trump around as a Republican frontrunner to drive their ratings anymore. I’ve talked before at length here about the obsessive, symbiotic relationship the media has had with Trump, and how they are clearly dedicated to doing whatever they can to keeping him in the | Read More »

Ben Carson: Iowa Is Just Like Benghazi. Or Something

Ben Carson: Iowa Is Just Like Benghazi. Or Something

Ben Carson was on the radio today comparing the Ted Cruz campaign in Iowa to Hillary and Benghazi. ...

Ron Paul: That Ted Cruz Is Owned By Goldman Sachs, But Sanders Has A Libertarian Streak

On Varney & Company, looney Ron Paul claims Ted Cruz is owned by big banks but Bolshevik Bernie Sanders is, well, …

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This Even MORE Blistering Anti-Trump Ad Will Run In Papers Across New Hampshire Sunday

You will recall we gave you a preview last week of a blistering anti-Trump ad from Our Principles PAC that ran in Iowa papers ahead of the caucus. This Sunday, the same group is running another brutal ad all over New Hampshire, the next primary state. It hits Trump on multiple points, including his slams against veterans. Here is a portion of the ad. To | Read More »

Sarah Palin Has An Unhinged Rant. This Must Be A Day Ending In “Y”

Another day. Another rant from Sarah Palin that makes one think a lot less of her. Strike that. I’ve already reached the point where I can’t have a lower opinion of her than I currently have. It started with her using her nitwit daughter to attack Ted Cruz as Palin, herself, was preparing to endorse Donald Trump. Then she blamed Obama for her son having | Read More »

Donald Trump Cancels All New Hampshire Events Today

I don’t know if Donald Trump doesn’t understand how much the voters of Iowa and New Hampshire expect to have their pinky ring kissed, or whether he doesn’t care. In either event, he still appears to have learned very little from his loss in Iowa. He still isn’t moving any paid staff into state, and he made the decision last night to fly back home to | Read More »

Ownership Of “Assault Weapons” Is A Constitutional Right Says Appeals Court

In a stunning victory for the Constitution, the 4th Circuit says the Second Amendment is actually a right. The dissent will leave you breathless…

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Cosmopolitan Magazine is Literally Sad that Women in Texas are Having More Babies

There are times when I feel that this society is sick and beyond hope. One of those times is when I saw this tweet from Cosmopolitan Magazine, which expresses literal sadness over the fact that women in Texas are having more babies since Planned Parenthood was defunded:   Texas women are having more babies since Planned Parenthood was defunded 😕 https://t.co/KfVu4IQHFe pic.twitter.com/lkDuH6Tblz — Cosmopolitan (@Cosmopolitan) | Read More »

Unhinged Donald Trump In New Hampshire: ‘Tell Them To Go F*** Themselves’

Trump is losing it. His unhinged Twitter tirade was just the early stages of what is developing into a full-blown case of “Dude. Stop.” Listen to this total mess from an event last night in New Hampshire. What, dude? What are you saying? Trump says, basically, we’re going to bring business that used to be in New Hampshire but moved to Mexico back to New | Read More »

Watercooler 02/05/16 Open Thread: Cruv v. Rubio, Kelly File, Progrssives, and Genocide

Cruz v. Rubio Erick Erickson does a great job of comparing and contrasting  the two whom I hope will still be standing at the end of what is an exhausting process to select the GOP nominee.  I love Erick’s writing, take a minute and check it out here are few high points. Washington’s lobbyists think that Marco Rubio will not be a disruptive force to them. | Read More »

These two crazy graphs EXPLAIN why Hillary Clinton won’t be President!

In the 1990s ‘Hillary’ suddenly stopped being a name parents wanted to call their kids. …Tell the truth: you’re not shocked at all, are you?

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(VIDEO) Donald Trump Concedes Defeat In War of Words With Ted Cruz

After three days of scurrilous attacks, Trump suddenly says he likes Ted Cruz and there is not fight. What happened?

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Erickson Lays It On The Line

Occasionally with opinion pieces you kind of have to read between the lines of what the writer said to pull just a little more meaning from their words. That’s not the problem in a piece entitled Cruz vs Rubio by Erick Erickson at The Resurgent.

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Another Flat-Out Lie from John Kasich

John Kasich, who is well known as the biggest jerk in the Republican field, has released a video in which he attempts to portray himself as the nice, sunny guy running for President. This is laughable to anyone who has seen Kasich’s perpetually scowling face in any of the many debates he has participated in, or listened to his invective against conservatives or people who | Read More »

Sanders & Rubio Gain While 30% of Repubs ‘Would DEFINITELY NOT Support’ Trump in New Quinnipiac Poll

A new Quinnipiac national poll is out, one of the first since the Iowa caucus, and it shows that there is a wide swatch of Republicans who simply will not line up behind Trump. More importantly, it shows who might be able to corral the voters, as Marco Rubio starts closing the gap. Rubio also proves to be the most well-liked candidate, and the one | Read More »

The ABC/IJR debate lineup for Saturday.

ABC News will have seven people on the debate stage Saturday. They should have, really, only five.

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New Hampshire Poll Round-Up. Is Marco Rubio Actually Going To Win?

The polling situation in New Hampshire in context with what happened in Iowa could yield some interesting results.

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