Andrea Tantaros Talks “The Establishment” With Rich Lowry And Then Says This
Andrea Tantaros has been on a tear lately. And not a good one. Her support for Donald Trump has turned her into a quasi-Ann Coulter without the flair. If she’s not making absurd comments about George P. Bush’s military service, she’s claiming men want to vote for Trump because they see it as a way to “get their masculinity back.” The irony is strong with | Read More »
A First-Timer’s Impression of the Iowa Caucuses
I had the pleasure of traveling to Iowa for the caucus and attending rallies for the newly ranked top three candidates. Admittedly, it was my first time attending this kind of an event, so I wasn’t quite sure what to expect, but what really struck me was how incredibly different they all felt. First was Marco Rubio’s rally in Cedar Rapids. It was in a | Read More »
Where Have All the Governors Gone?
Although the field of candidates this election cycle is not lacking in current and former governors, their performances have been anything but successful. After sixteen years of governors-turned-presidents, in the form of the Clinton and Bush administrations, members of Congress, specifically Senate, are once again topping the polls and leaving governors at the bottom. Governors have executive experience that others, like junior Senators or those | Read More »
RIP, the Bernie Sanders Campaign
There’s a reason that Bernie Sanders is stubbornly refusing to concede defeat in Iowa, even though the difference in delegates between winning by a couple hundred votes and losing by a could hundred votes is basically nothing; and that is because Bernie Sanders’ campaign is a dead man walking and he just doesn’t know it yet. Even if Bernie somehow manages to hold out until | Read More »
Bernie Sanders not done with Iowa yet?
Does Bernie Sanders maybe suspect that he was robbed of his Iowa win?
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GAME CHANGER! Scott Brown To Endorse Donald Trump
Tonight former Massachusetts Senator Scott Brown will endorse Donald Trump for president.
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Eight Takeaways From Iowa As New Hampshire Looms
There’s a lot to digest from a dramatic night in Iowa. Here are eight things to take away as we move on to New Hampshire next Tuesday: 1. Yuge Turnout: In my expectations post over at National Review, I said to look beyond the percentages for the vote totals to get a real sense of what Ted Cruz and Donald Trump in particular were doing: | Read More »
Donald Trump Credits His Own Craptacular Judgment For His Iowa Third Place Finish
Well, Donald Trump is back on Twitter and is trying desperately to spin his humiliating finish in Iowa into a glorious underdog victory. What is really a surprise is that Trump is crediting his own crappy strategic judgment for his defeat. Because I was told I could not do well in Iowa, I spent very little there – a fraction of Cruz & Rubio. Came | Read More »
Carson Campaign Cries Foul Because Rumor Of End Of Campaign Was Believeable
Ben Carson’s campaign is complaining of a “dirty trick” by the Ted Cruz campaign. A closer examination shows this is just a loser doing what losers do.
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Fact Checking Donald Trump’s Iowa Spending comments
Donald Trump broke 12 hours of post-Iowa silence on Twitter by claiming that “Because I was told I could not do well in Iowa, I spent very little there – a fraction of Cruz & Rubio. Came in a strong second. Great honor”. Is this claim true, that he spent very little there? Let’s check.
I love how Marco Rubio started his post-Caucus speech in Iowa
Marco Rubio’s speech after the Iowa caucuses was inspiring. Some call it a victory speech, and it was a victory over press bias, Right to Rise PAC, and the establishment that hates his guts. They wanted Trump, and Rubio greatly overperformed, as Bob Dole’s endorsee Trump greatly underperformed. Trump is full of racist hate. I’m enjoying reading Rubio’s optimism, for a change. Rubio’s New American | Read More »
A Message to the Voters of New Hampshire about John Kasich
Depending on how much you believe the mostly garbage polling coming out of New Hampshire, John Kasich is expected to do pretty well there one week from today. In the last week, polls have been released that show him getting anywhere between 8 and 17% of New Hampshire voters. So apparently some portion of you guys find Kasich to be a compelling candidate, and you | Read More »
Jeb Bush’s Right To Rise Super PAC Burned $15 Million In Iowa And What Did They Get?
If a fool and his money are soon parted, then Mike Murphy and Jeb Bush’s super PAC, Right To Rise, have acted as an enthusiastic facilitator of that process.
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