What Each Candidate Says About His/Her Own Campaign Logo
Well, with most of the candidates out there and a few we’ve never heard of, let’s examine the 2016 logos on the GOP side. We may, or may not, have asked each candidate for first person commentary on their own logos. Jeb Bush Hi!! My name is Jeb!! I don’t have a last name because I’m your buddy!! And millennials will like me because I | Read More »
, Ben Carson
, Bobby Jindal
, Carly Fiorina
, Donald Trump
, george pataki
, Jeb Bush
, Lindsey Graham
, Marco Rubio
, Mike Huckabee
, rick perry
, Rick Santorum
, Scott Walker
, Ted Cruz
Bob Corker gets a standing ‘o’ at Failure Theater
Republican foreign policy quisling guru Bob Corker knows how to play Failure Theater. Ever since the GOP regained control of the US Senate, Corker has been walking around in a palpable aura of Old Spice and arrogance that acts like pheremones on Senate interns and the foreign policy establishment. Corker was going to show those pesky conservative how to govern. By golly gosh, he’d show them | Read More »
“It’s nobody’s turn. It’s everybody’s test, and it’s wide open.”
Donald Trump is going to tell us something today. I expect an Exploratory Campaign and not a full announcement of a Presidential campaign. I could be wrong. And if Trump does announce, I’m not sure what role he fills in an already crowded field of experienced red meat throwers. My sense, and I’m sure he would disagree, is that Trump is more interested in going | Read More »
Ted Cruz Will Be At The RedState Gathering. Will You?
2016 Presidential candidate and Texas Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX) 100% is going to speak at the RedState Gathering. Are you going to be there? Cruz and Nikki Haley are the only two speakers to have been to every RedState Gathering. Both of them spoke in Atlanta for our first Gathering. The Senator joins a long list of 2016 Presidential candidates speaking at | Read More »
Richard Burr’s Advertising June Email Acquisition on National Security
This strikes me as rather funny. Sen. Richard Burr (R-NC) 41% wants you to sign a petition to “support a safer and more prosperous America!” At least that is what the graphic says. But look at the URL: https://action.burrforsenate.com/advertising-june-email-acquisition-national-security/ “Advertising June Email Acquisition” In other words, Sen. Richard Burr (R-NC) 41% isn’t really going to do anything with your | Read More »
In Defense of “Jeb!”
I come not to praise the candidate, but defend his logo. I’ve seen some hilarious analysis this morning that the reason for Jeb Bush’s logo “Jeb!” is to distance himself from his brother. If history began for you with the “hope and change” of 2008, you might think that, but you would be wrong. Jeb Bush has used that logo through out the greater part | Read More »
Russ Feingold used his outside candidate Super-PAC to …pay his once-and-future campaign staff?
Russ Feingold took the money given to him to give to other candidates and instead… gave it to his staffers. Some of whom are now working for his campaign.
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English teacher: why study Shakespeare? He’s a dead white guy
One of the bywords of the cultural revolution of the late 1960s when it his college campuses was “relevance.” Students, it was claimed, had the ability to decide what was “relevant” to them and to disregard the rest. What it boiled down to was two generations of history majors who never had to memorize dates and English majors who were never required to learn grammar. | Read More »
Christie parrots leftwing talking points to attack Ted Cruz
Just what we need. A squishy (or fluffy, depending upon how you view cellulite) northeast governor considering a run for the presidency visits Iowa and uses talking points lifted directly from progressive propaganda to attack Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX) 100%. New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie took aim at 2016 Republican presidential hopeful Sen. Ted Cruz (Texas) on Friday, accusing him and other lawmakers | Read More »
Resign yourself to not having Barack Obama to kick around very much anymore.
This is basically what happened: President Barack Obama wanted Congress to pass a variety of trade-related proposals, and he didn’t want to have to rely on Republican votes in order to see that happen. He lobbied his fellow Democrats in favor of trade, and he lobbied them hard. In the end, it wasn’t enough. On Friday, the president endured a stern censure from the very | Read More »
Democratic Party Now Literally Selling Hate
Democrats.org, the Democratic Party’s official website and email domain, sent the following email today suggesting Father’s Day gifts for your Democrat dad (assuming of course that you would do anything as gender-exclusive as celebrate Father’s Day): Here’s a description of that lovely item, which you can own for only $30: That’s right: it’s a coffee travel mug that advertises your seething hatred of the Tea | Read More »
The Left Can’t Handle An Inconvenient Truth
Identity politics is a prized possession in the Left’s arsenal until someone uses certain identities in a way in which the Left disapproves. They initially shout: “Be who you believe you are, and present yourself in the way you want!” Only, they’re lying. They don’t mean be free to be your (chosen) self. They really mean be free to be your (chosen) self only if | Read More »
How Rep. Scott Peters (D, CA-52) ALLEGEDLY got away with smearing Carl Demaio.
It is not PROVEN that Scott Peters connived in spreading filth and lies about his opponent in the 2014 election. Not PROVEN.
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George W Bush patiently explains the facts of life and war to his successor.
George W Bush patiently explained the other day that wars are only won when you have troops actually present. Will this administration start listening?
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TPP Fast Track is dead… or just sleeping
Via The Hill: Defying President Obama, House Democrats on Friday rallied to vote down legislation granting aid to workers displaced by trade, dealing a potentially fatal blow to the fast-track legislation that had been scheduled to hit the floor. An overwhelming majority of Democrats voted to sink the package in the 126-302 vote despite an impassioned plea from the president, which he delivered in person | Read More »