Myra Adams is a media producer, writer and political observer, who served on the McCain Ad Council during the 2008 McCain campaign, and on the 2004 Bush campaign creative team. Her writing credits include National Review, Washington Examiner, PJ Media, The Daily Beast, World Net Daily, The Daily Caller, BizPac Review and Liberty Unyielding. Follow @MyraKAdams on Twitter. Contact Myra: [email protected]


    Marco Rubio Has the ‘Big Mo.’ Is He the One the Establishment Has Been Waiting For?

    Today, when I asked a respected GOP national campaign strategist (name asked to be withheld) about Marco Rubio emerging as the real winner in Iowa (albeit in third place) he said, “The establishment has been waiting for someone to make a move and now Rubio has made it.” The good news and the truth is, unlike Trump and Cruz, Rubio does not scare people. Therefore | Read More »

    Myra Adams: Run, Bloomberg, Run! He would make Trump a better candidate and help elect a Republican president

    Re-posted from Immediately upon hearing that former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg, the billionaire CEO, was toying with launching an independent presidential bid, my thoughts turned to the 1992 presidential election. That was the last time a third-party campaign was self-funded by a billionaire businessman, a man named Ross Perot, who dramatically impacted the final election results. Could Bloomberg become 2016’s version of Ross | Read More »

    Myra Adams: Why Showtime’s ‘The Circus’ Could Impact The Presidential Election

    RE-POSTED FROM NATIONAL REVIEW The first of its kind, a real-time political reality show about the 2016 presidential campaign, premiered last night on Showtime. It is aptly named: “The Circus: Inside the Greatest Political Show on Earth.” And its main characters could have sprung from the mind of a Hollywood scriptwriter. The show’s weekly airing places us by their side as they run a brutal | Read More »

    Myra Adams: A Trump/Kasich Ticket?

    RE-POSTED FROM NATIONAL REVIEW ONLINE If Donald Trump manages to win the Republican presidential nomination (and this is becoming less of an “if” with each passing day), then he must select a vice-presidential running mate. Surely it will be tough for The Donald to share the national ticket with anyone, but at least he will still be on top. With this decision potentially on the | Read More »

    Myra Adams: The Three Time-Bomb Issues Ignored By All Presidential Candidates

    Re-posted from The 2016 presidential campaign has morphed into an enthralling reality show with colorful and entertaining candidates that defy the imagination of a Hollywood scriptwriter. Acknowledging the campaign’s inherent entertainment value, Showtime, the premium cable channel, has ordered a new “real-time” weekly documentary series aptly named, “The Circus: Inside the Greatest Political Show on Earth” – scheduled to premiere Jan. 17 at 8 p.m. | Read More »

    Myra Adams: Why Hillary Could Be Indicted Before Feb. 1 Iowa Caucus

    Re-posted from If FBI Director James Comey recommends (or has already recommended) that he seek a grand jury indictment against former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton for her handling of classified material, Comey’s boss, Attorney General Loretta Lynch, must grant approval in order for him to proceed. It is likely that a Justice Department decision on this entire investigation will be announced before presidential | Read More »

    God’s Gift to Mankind: The Only Christmas Gift That Matters

    Re-posted from National Review Trigger Warning: If you are offended by the real meaning of Christmas, stop reading now. For those who have chosen to continue, let’s begin by examining the origins of the word “Christmas.” It derives from two Old English words, Cristes maesse, “the mass of Christ.” Diving deeper: “Mass,” obviously related to the name of the Catholic eucharistic liturgy, derives ultimately from | Read More »

    Myra Adams: Will 2016 channel 1968 as a year that changed history?

    Re-posted from National Review When one considers all the national and global crises that dominated the 2015 headlines, 2016 has the potential to be one of those landmark years that could change history. In my lifetime, 1968 falls into that category. I vividly remember that at age 13, I tried to process the urban riots and the assassinations of Martin Luther King Jr. and Robert | Read More »

    ‘Depraved Lovers in Commando Gear Kill 14 in San Bernardino’ – a new headline low for the Daily Beast

     Although this lead story headline reads like satire from The Onion, is it how editors of the popular left-leaning website the Daily Beast describe the San Bernardino shooters, Syed Farook and his wife, Tashfeen Malik. In a classic case of political correctness gone amok, there is no mention of their widely reported “devout” Muslim faith or the male lover’s recent romantic trip to the Middle | Read More »

    Why Florida Shines as 2016’s Most Influential State

    Re-posted from National Review Pop quiz: Can you name this state? In American history, the major political parties have never nominated a presidential or vice presidential candidate from this state. Since 1976 every Republican presidential candidate who has won this state’s primary election has gone on to win his party’s nomination. Starting with the 1996 presidential election, the candidate from the party that won the | Read More »