FOX NEWS SHOW: DONALD TRUMP – ‘THE DISRUPTER’ ON SATURDAY, APRIL 9
I received a press release from FOX News Channel about a special Donald Trump Show called “The Disrupter” airing this weekend. Now THAT sounds interesting. FOX News Channel (FNC) will present a one-hour special entitled, “FOX News Reporting: Donald Trump — The Disrupter” on Saturday, April 9th at 8PM/ET. Anchored by FNC’s Bret Baier, the program will take a detailed look at how Republican presidential | Read More »
FOX BUSINESS NETWORK’S STOSSEL WILL HOST PART TWO OF LIBERTARIAN PRESIDENTIAL FORUM ON FRIDAY, APRIL 8
For RedStaters who are interested in Libertarian presidential candidates: FOX Business Network’s (FBN) John Stossel will host part two of the Libertarian Forum with the three leading candidates: New Mexico Governor Gary Johnson, technology entrepreneur John McAfee, and Libertarian Republic founder Austin Petersen. The Forum will air Friday, April 8 at 9PM/ET on Stossel’s show and will feature questions from Fox personalities Bill O’Reilly, Eric | Read More »
Myra Adams:The REAL White House Battle: GOP vs. George Soros and Haim Saban
What a country! Only in America could two virtually unknown foreign-born billionaires by the names of George Soros and Haim Saban wield enough power to practically ensure that the next president of the United States will be a Democrat. No wonder average Americans feel the system is rigged. Why should we even bother having a presidential election when the outcome is predetermined by two puppet | Read More »
Myra Adams: Easter Touches You No Matter Your Faith
Re-posted from National Review While the secular world is focused on chocolate Easter bunnies, colorful baskets, and marshmallow eggs, it is easy to forget that, in Jerusalem about 2,000 years ago, the first Easter Sunday changed the course of human history. Regardless of whether you believe that an itinerant rabbi named Jesus of Nazareth was crucified on Friday and resurrected on Sunday, He has touched | Read More »
Myra Adams: The REAL reason Rubio crashed and burned
Re-posted from Washington Examiner on March 18, 2016 This week there have been many post-mortems attempting to discern why Marco Rubio’s presidential campaign crashed and burned. But this post-mortem is different and somewhat harsh because Rubio’s failure as a presidential candidate was avoidable and predictable from my perspective as a Florida voter. Avoidable, because from day one he had no business running for president. Predictable, because | Read More »
Myra Adams: Do We Have to Blow Up the Republican Party in Order to Save It?
What I thought was going to be an extremely boring Saturday night attending the Republican Party of Broward County, Florida’s annual Lincoln Day Dinner, turned into an evening of surprises, upheaval, scolding, turmoil, and change. Let me explain. This pricey annual event with tickets starting at over $200, is the main fundraiser for the Broward County, GOP. In attendance were about 200 hard-core Republican activists. | Read More »
Myra Adams: Can Any Republican Candidate Win 270 Electoral Votes in November?
Theoretically, the vicious, comedic and often embarrassing Republican presidential nomination contest could come to an end on March 15 if Donald Trump wins the Ohio and Florida winner-take-all primaries. (At this writing, RCP poll averages have him ahead in both.) A Trump victory in these two mega-swing states means that he will be virtually unstoppable in his quest to win the nomination. That is when | Read More »
Myra Adams’ Interview with Roger Stone – Why Stone is the Man to Watch in a Trump vs. Clinton Race
Author’s Note: Roger Stones’ quotes in this piece are a result of a personal meeting I had with him on Monday, February 22 in Ft. Lauderdale, Florida, email exchanges throughout all of last week, and a phone conversation on Saturday, February 27. It has become apparent that Roger Stone, a “former” longtime political adviser to Donald Trump, Republican operative, veteran of eight presidential campaigns, author, | Read More »
Myra Adams: How will Hillary’s FBI case be impacted if Attorney General Loretta Lynch is nominated to the Supreme Court?
Will President Obama nominate Attorney General Loretta Lynch to the Supreme Court? Will Hillary Clinton be indicted? The answers to these questions could soon intersect and become a real-time political drama impacting the highest office and court in the land. Let’s start with the first question. Attorney General Loretta Lynch appears on every shortlist of President Obama’s Supreme Court nominees. It has also | Read More »
Myra Adams: The Last Three Presidents Lost the New Hampshire Primary but Won South Carolina
“The people of Iowa pick corn; the people of New Hampshire pick presidents.” This oft-quoted quip about the importance of the New Hampshire primary is usually attributed to former New Hampshire governor John Sununu. The quote stems from Vice President George H. W. Bush’s victory in the 1988 New Hampshire primary after he lost the Iowa caucus to Kansas senator Bob Dole. Now, 28 years | Read More »