Every American Will Care if there’s a Trade War
This week, Donald Trump asked an interesting question about trade. “These dummies say, ‘Oh, that’s a trade war.’ Trade war? We’re losing $500 billion in trade with China. Who the hell cares if there’s a trade war?”
Here’s the Answer to Trump’s Ludicrous Question About His Organizational Ineptitude
It’s quite ironic that Donald Trump was at a CNN town hall event when he was asked about being spanked by Ted Cruz’s organization in Colorado. Anderson Cooper pointed out that the loss went against Trump’s narrative of being an “organizational genius” and called into question his leadership abilities.
Sick of Drudge. Started a Pro-Cruz Version. Wish Me Luck.
There was a time when I would go to the Drudge Report several times every day. I thought I could count on it for conservative news and a little bit of offbeat fodder. Perhaps I was naive. Maybe I was a little blind. Now that it’s a full-blown Trumpgasm initiator and has been for a while, I decided to change one of my sites into | Read More »
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Why Ted Cruz Will Win the Nomination in Spite of the ‘Establishment’
What is the “Establishment?” Everyone has their own definition, but apparently this year it refers to everyone who is against Ted Cruz, Donald Trump, or both. Whoever they are, we can assume that they’re the ones behind the ploy to nominate someone other than Cruz or Trump. When the nomination is finalized and the general election begins, we’ll need their help. Until then, it’s best | Read More »
Which is Worse, a Trump Nomination or Dissolving Rule 40B?
Under no circumstance would I want to see Donald Trump as the GOP nominee. Under no circumstance would I want to see a Trump nomination stopped by an open/contested/brokered convention that gave us a candidate other than Ted Cruz. It’s not just my support for Cruz that drives this feeling. If any other candidate went into the convention with eight or more states where they | Read More »
Trump’s Supporters Made Their Point. Now it’s Time to #RethinkTrump.
Back in September, I wrote that I’ll thank Donald Trump once he loses. I’ll add to that sentiment and thank his supporters for helping to both craft his points and for showing us all that the anger towards the Establishment on both sides of the aisle isn’t solely possessed by the conservative elite or the pundits. The semi-political and apolitical are just as angry as | Read More »
In One Awful Retweet, Donald Trump Demonstrates Why He Must NEVER Be President
The bombast is part of Donald Trump’s appeal. I get it. His supporters believe that he tells it like it is. They make whatever arguments they can muster to justify all of the immature and mean-spirited things that their chosen nominee does on a regular basis. With this latest Tweet, he demonstrates why every America-loving patriot should do everything within our power to prevent this | Read More »
California Could Decide the GOP Nominee
In 2008, California was part of the first Super Tuesday and helped to propel John McCain to the nomination. Then, in 2012, it was so late that I didn’t even vote. I assumed that the same thing would happen this year with California being on the last primary day, but I was wrong. This year, California may be the decisive blow to push Donald Trump | Read More »
National Review to Endorse Cruz. Red State Should as Well.
When I discovered Red State in 2012, I was enamored with it as the only major conservative site that didn’t seem to be bending over backwards to make Mitt Romney the nominee. It was refreshing to know that true conservatism wasn’t being pushed to the fringes and that the so-called “Establishment” didn’t have everyone in its clutches. National Review, though they didn’t endorse Mitt Romney | Read More »
No, Rubio and Kasich Shouldn’t Try to Block Trump in Their States Before Dropping Out
When Mitt Romney tested the waters last week in his anti-Trump speech to see if he still had enough support to steal the nomination, he recommended that Republican voters should cast their votes for whoever was closest to beating Donald Trump. This started a strange cascade of strategy recommendations and wishful thinking that concluded with the idea of John Kasich taking Ohio, Marco Rubio taking | Read More »