The Donald Trump Rule: ‘Flip-Flopping’ to the Right Position Can Be a Very Good Thing
We hear the charge leveled all the time: “Flip-flopper.” When someone fundamentally changes their position on an issue. We are naturally left to wonder if the move is genuine. Are they are saying what they think – or what they think we want to hear? Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump has rocketed to to the top of the sixteen-candidate heap – in large part because | Read More »
Missing in Action: Where is Rand Paul?
My single biggest surprise this election season is the failure of Sen. Rand Paul (R-KY) 86% to do much of anything. He has loyal support, a unique message, a foundation laid by his father, a cheery disposition, and a really crummy campaign team. Put it to you this way: Ben Carson has out raised Sen. Rand Paul (R-KY) 86%. | Read More »
The GOP’s solid state base.
State races have been very, very good for the GOP. Alas, that can change in a heartbeat.
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Planned Parenthood Knows Babies Are Priceless
Babies are priceless. Even the CEO of Planned Parenthood knows that. Her own math tells her that she must admit that which she denies.
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The F-35 May Need To Be Permanently Grounded
The DoD Acquisition Community has spoken on the F-35 Joint Strike Fighter. According to a recent NRO article they have concluded the following: “The F-35 program is a mess; it is unaffordable and will not be able to fulfill its mission.” I work in DoD acquisition and find that to be a heavily freighted commentary that oversimplifies the situation at hand. An unaffordable program is | Read More »
Maybe we could’ve done this a bit better?
Let’s say I were a liberal Republican Senate Majority Leader. I have two major concerns before me: Nothing I really want can get done with conservatives on one side of me and Democrats to the other. There are three issues to take care of. The first has to do with highway funds and the special money that gets set aside in pet projects for all | Read More »
Close to Home
Last week, a man with a history of mental health issues opened fire in a theater in Lafayette, Louisiana. Two women were killed, several more were injured, and he took his own life when he saw there was no way out. It appears as though he had planned to escape, using a car he left near the scene, and it is likely more attacks may | Read More »
Chris Christie and Donald Trump Will Be At the RedState Gathering
Chris Christie is going to be at the RedState Gathering now. He will be the first of the Presidential speakers at the Gathering, only preceded by Governor Nathan Deal who will welcome attendees to Georgia. I’m very honored Governor Christie will be there. He was a late entrant into Campaign 2016 and we’ve worked with his campaign to make the schedule work. Also, on Saturday | Read More »