How important is Colorado in this 2016 Presidential Race?
Colorado once was a reliable Republican state in Presidential elections. The state went Republican all but once, starting with the 1968 Nixon win, and ending with the 2004 Bush win. But having voted for Bill Clinton once, George Bush twice, and Barack Obama twice, while electing a roughly even mix of Congressional Republicans and Democrats, Colorado is now one of the swingiest states in the | Read More »
Marty Gleave shows the right way to resist the Obama BLM’s war on rural America
This post is going to make some folks uncomfortable, but this is how the founders expected our system of government to work. We have checks and balances, and at a hearing held by the Utah legislature’s Rural Caucus, Piute County Sheriff Marty Gleave took a stand both against Ammon Bundy-style militias, but also against the federal government’s war on rural America.
Here’s how the Metro can avoid getting fired by the DC region #WMATA
If I answered questions the way the DC subway authority answers public concerns, I’d be fired. So it shouldn’t surprise us that we’re seeing far less willingness to give funding, from the jurisdictions the authority serves. We’re on the verge of firing Metro. Here’s how they can fix it.
Connecting the Dots: Why is John Kasich still in the race?
Despite getting shut out in delegates last night, John Kasich hasn’t quit the race. Let’s look at why he’s staying in.
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Suddenly these Donald Trump supporters are the protestors! Whiners!
They tell me the Donald Trump movement is always the victim of angry, rude protests, and they’re the poor widdle victims. Trump is always pointing his stubby fingers, casting around blame. But now in Colorado, the Trump backers are lashing out, combining victimhood and nastiness in a way most pathetic.
Here’s how the Donald Trump Democrats would ruin the GOP
Ducking Donald Trump is attempting to realign the parties in the United States. He and his Trump Democrats are trying to remake the Republican Party, the party that freed the slaves, into a White Nationalist party. Here’s what happened in the Democrat party that helped to drive this potential realignment of our political party system in America, and how by this effort the GOP would | Read More »
Nikki Haley to take a strong action to protect life
It’s been coming for a while: South Carolina pro-lifers have been trying to pass a bill like Texas passed, banning abortion at the 5 month mark (after 19 weeks). The South Carolina Senate already passed the bill. The House votes tomorrow, a vote surely to be overshadowed by post-primary punditry. Then the buck stops at Nikki Haley’s desk.
Who’s really inciting violence at Donald Trump events?
Donald Trump and his defenders are claiming that his critics are the ones trying to incite violence around his campaign. Let’s check the record on that.
My advice for reporters and protestors visiting Donald Trump events
My advice for reporters and protestors visiting Donald Trump events is simple: You have a right to keep and bear arms. Use it. If Trump’s brownshirts know their targets are armed, they’ll get less handsy, fast. For those who want to carry a concealed weapon for personal protection, NRA offers classes on handgun safety, and NRA-ILA has detailed information on state gun laws, including which | Read More »
Ted Cruz is raising big bucks to win from an unexpected source
Americans, and not just Republicans, are beginning to realize that it’s time to unite behind Ted Cruz if we want to beat Donald Trump. There’s no guarantee Trump would lose a general election when a candidate like Hillary Clinton would face him, given that Clinton is just barely holding down a joke like Bernie Sanders. So Ted Cruz is starting to pull in the big | Read More »
Ted Cruz wins big endorsement ahead of today’s caucuses
Sam Slom, the only Republican in Hawaii’s 25-member Senate, had endorsed Ben Carson in the 2016 Presidential race. But with Ben Carson out, and Hawaii’s Republicans caucusing today, it was time to pick a new horse. Sam Slom has endorsed Ted Cruz for President.
Newt Gingrich unwittingly highlights another way to stop Donald Trump
There are headlines going around setting up that Newt Gingrich attacked Mitt Romney for his speech against Donald Trump, but his interview on Fox and Friends is raising an important point about the dynamics of a convention which has no first-ballot majority. And even if he didn’t realize this, he’s pointing out another way Trump might yet be stopped.
What do Donald Trump and Edward Snowden have in common?
What do Donald Trump and Edward Snowden have in common? Trump praises Vladimir Putin and wants to be friends with him. Snowden actually fled to Russia to work with Putin, giving him America’s secrets to work against us. They both love Putin’s regime more than the American system of government. You know who’s absolutely nailed Edward Snowden, in an unimpeachable way? Ted Cruz. The Senator | Read More »
One nation just abandoned joining the European Union
Its supporters like to think of the European Union as an indivisible union bound to rule all of Europe. But Switzerland is saying “Non, no, nein, na.” For 24 years the Swiss government has continuously kept an application alive to join the European Union, despite a referendum otherwise. But now it has finally been abandoned. Switzerland will remain independent.
Here are the Trump Democrats that Donald is using to win states
Donald Trump is riding a historical force that threatens to rewrite the party alignment in this country. The Democrats from Woodrow Wilson to Bill Clinton were socialistic, but in a nationalist way. They were socialists, yes, but they wanted to Take Care Of Our Own. Delivering on programs like the Tennessee Valley Authority had them owning the South for decades. The Democrats in the Internet | Read More »