“Debate” Performance Analysis- A Personal Take

    First, let me state up front that I disagreed with the manner in which the top candidates were chosen.  Simultaneous debates of 9 on one stage and 8 on another with identical questions would have been better.  But, we have to deal with the hand we were dealt.  Clearly, if there had to be a winner in the early debate/forum, Carly Fiorina was the victor. | Read More »

    Biden- Yes or No?

    NBC described it as a bombshell political story in the making.  The New York Times thinks they have the scoop via an article by Maureen Dowd.  ABC reports that according to a trusted Joe Biden adviser, the Vice President is “90% in.”  Largely unnoticed in most press coverage of the 2016 election is the fact that there exists a very vocal and adamant contingent of Democrats who | Read More »

    Taking On the Left’s Death Cult- Defunding Planned Parenthood

    To hear the Left speak, should Congress decide to federally defund Planned Parenthood- a $500 million per year venture- women’s health in the United States will seriously deteriorate.  This is the most hypocritical and ridiculous argument ever proposed in the non-existent “war on women” theme espoused by the abortion death cult.  Amid disgusting videos of Planned Parenthood laughingly discussing the disposition of fetal body parts, | Read More »

    With Friends Like These: Neera Tanden

    Neera Tanden’s connection to Hillary Clinton goes back to Bill’s White House days when she served as his associate director of domestic policy.  It was during this time that she, like so many others, forged a friendship with Hillary.  Tasked with health care reform, she became a trusted adviser to Hillary during her failed reform efforts in that area.  After that debacle, Hillary was pushed | Read More »

    The 2016 Gubernatorial Races: Where We Stand in August 2015- The Democrats

    Four Democratic Governors are either term limited or announced their retirements in 2016: Jack Markell in Delaware, Jay “Let’s Mishandle Ferguson” Nixon in Missouri, Pete “Oops- Single Payer Health Care is Harder Than I Thought” Shumlin in Vermont, and Earl Ray Tomblin in West Virginia.  Incumbent and eligible Democratic Governors are: Kate Brown in Oregon, Steve Bullock in Montana, Maggie Hassan in New Hampshire, and | Read More »

    2016 Gubernatorial Races: Where We Stand August 2015- The Republicans

    This is the first of a monthly series looking at the 2016 gubernatorial races.  The three 2015 races will be analyzed as Election day nears.  There are 12 races in 2016 where there are currently eight Democratic incumbents and four Republican incumbents.  Hence, there is a chance that the GOP can add to their already commanding advantage at this level of government.  First, let’s look | Read More »

    The Left’s Purge of History

    From 1479 to 1425 B.C., King Tuthmose III ruled Egypt and expanded its empire to the largest stretches in its history.  For twenty of those years, he was co-regent with his step-mother and aunt, Hatshepsut.  After assuming full control after her death and later in his rule, he ordered the destruction and defacement of monuments and tombs to his co-regent, aunt and step-mother in an | Read More »

    EXCLUSIVE: The Hillary Diaries- July 2015 edition

    Despite taking measures to secure her private server, this writer is in possession of Hillary Clinton’s personal diary.  Don’t ask me how I got it.  All I can say is that it involves someone from Great Britain (who likes Swedish girls) and an Ecuadorian embassy. July 4th:  Dear diary- Today I took part in a parade in NH.  Too bad those reporters had to stay | Read More »

    With Friends Like These: Cheryl Mills

    Mention any Clinton scandal and inevitably the name of Cheryl Mills will appear.  She was Bill Clinton’s deputy counsel in his years in the White House and is best known for defending the President in his impeachment hearing before the Senate. But there is a more sinister side to her White House tenure.  She forged a relationship with Hillary during this period and appears as | Read More »

    If Cosby, Why Not Clinton?

    This is not a new idea.  While the nation turns its back on comedian Bill Cosby, the post-White House career  of Bill Clinton soars.  Yet, what is the difference between the two scenarios?  As far as this writer can tell, Cosby used drugs; Clinton used his political prestige.  What it boils down to is that Clinton has a better damage control/public relations apparatus behind him. | Read More »