Sanders can easily win the Democrat nomination if he is willing to utter just ONE single word…..
Bernie Sanders will likely win the Iowa caucus, and then head on to a wipe-out of Hillary Clinton in New Hampshire. The Clinton campaign seems resigned to these losses, but points to her expected “firewall” in the South Carolina, and then the SEC primaries, where her overwhelming support, about 80%, among black voters should provide the margins of victory. So what’s Bernie to do? Despite | Read More »
DISQUS seems to be taking a little longer than usual. Reload?
In 2000, George W. Bush won the state of Florida, and thus the presidency by a mere total of 537 votes. And the nation was thankfully, and gratefully spared from the unthinkable, nay…incomprehensible scenario of having Al Gore in the Oval Office on 9/11. Therefore, we see yet again that every vote does indeed count. It is more than conceivable that at least 537 people | Read More »
About those “New York values”…….the two words I wish Ted Cruz would have said
One of the more interesting exchanges in last night’s debate occurred between Trump and Cruz. Cruz has recently called out The Donald for his “New York values,” even suggesting that Trump should stop playing “Born in the USA” at his rallies, and instead use “New York, N.Y.” Now, every sentient person in the country knows exactly what Cruz meant, but Mario Bartiromo asked him to | Read More »
Carly: Time to show the boys how to “man up.” End your campaign, and ask others to do likewise. Be a hero!!
Dear Carly……..I’ve enjoyed, (and even supported with a small donation), your campaign since it began. There were a lot of positives at the start. Obviously, you were the only female in a very large group. You had a solid, strong, message, which you continuously delivered clearly and concisely. You’re pretty much an outsider, and we need lots more of those to help take back our | Read More »
Before it disappears into a well deserved oblivion, the New York Daily News tries one last “hail mary” to seem relevant
Blast from the past; department of… Back in the “good old days” when NYC was a total mess, an unmitigated disaster (a condition which current mayor Bill deBlasio is working hard to replicate), the city finally, in 1975 admitted it was flat broke. John Lindsay’s “Fun City” wasn’t a fun place to be for a day, let alone live in or try to run a | Read More »
So now we’re supposed to believe that Trump is too stupid to know what a “blind trust” is?
The Donald, according to polls, has been making some headway against Ted Cruz by feigning a benign concern that perhaps good ole Ted isn’t a “natural born” American, and therefore isn’t eligible to be President. Trump, natch, says that he doesn’t really give this much credence, but since he expects that Democrats will raise the issue, he’s just giving his good pal and running buddy | Read More »
Caption this picture of Hillary after she got her latest poll numbers…..
Still staying on message, “Presidente” cerveza is brewed in the Dominican Republic. BTW, if I want to win Colorado, I’d be drinking Coors…
Is Bernie Sanders in fact actually running a brilliant, near perfect campaign?
It’s quite possible that conservatives will soon owe Bernie Sanders a huge apology. And when future political historians study the 2016 election, Sanders’ campaign may well be regarded as one of the smartest ever in decades. A few weeks ago, during the Democrat debate, when Sanders ducked the opportunity to criticize Clinton about the ever growing email scandal, saying that he was tired of hearing | Read More »
An open letter to Charles Woods: Go ahead, sir, take the lie detector test, live, on air, WITHOUT Hillary
Charles Woods, the father of former Navy SEAL Tyrone Woods, who was killed in the Benghazi attack, recently challenged Hillary Clinton to a lie detector test, to prove or disprove whether or not she did in fact tell the family members of the four dead Americans that the YouTube video was responsible for inciting the attack on the Benghazi compound. Of course, the Clinton campaign | Read More »