Trump support drops 22.5 percent in two weeks
Image Credit: Shutterstock The new National Tracking poll conducted by Morning Consult finds Donald Trump’s level of support has dropped nine points or 22.5 percent in the last two weeks. Morning Consult’s poll released on October 20, 2015 found Trump’s support at 40 percent. The poll released today finds Trump’s support down to 31 percent. Even though Trumps level of support has dropped significantly for two | Read More »
There’s One Mideast Actor who can Stop Putin, and it Isn’t the United States
The bizarre and as-yet-unexplained crash of Metrojet Flight 9268 has highlighted a possible gaping hole in much of the American commentary about Russia’s war-by-proxy with American in Syria. American commentators are understandably focused on how President Obama will react to Putin’s every move in Syria, but it seems fairly obvious that Putin is (justifiably) completely unconcerned about Obama, who he is treating as basically a | Read More »
Sally Kohn’s 10,000 dead/injured children lie
Last week, noxious leftwing gasbag, Sally Kohn, authored a “opinion” piece for CNN titled: We regulate toys, so why not guns? I put “opinion” in scare quotes because opinion implies there is a factual basis underlying an opinion, otherwise the technical term is “fantasy.” In Kohn’s world, firearms are not regulated. This will come as a huge surprise to anyone who has bought one, tried to | Read More »
Mike O’Rielly looks for less government, even when it’s unpopular
Everyone who travels regularly knows the pain of trying to get good Internet in a hotel or event. Hotel wireless is an overpriced hassle that filters connections and throttles speeds. But with near-ubiquitous LTE these days, just using your own connection seems like the way to go. Hotels who liked selling that overpriced hassle decided to start blocking those connections, and FCC responded with fines. | Read More »
The New York Times Attacks Religion and Avoids Even Writing the Word “Islam”
“It is a good thing Christians do not blow themselves up to kill others or the New York Times would be in a world of hurt. ”According to Michael Corkery and Jessica Silver-Greenberg, there is a growing movement in the United States to use religious arbitration to make holy scripture binding on legal proceedings. The case they use to build sympathy for their claim that | Read More »
Do We Have to Take Rachel Dolezal Back?
I mean it. Are we, as a race, under any sort of obligation to allow Rachel Dolezal back in now that she’s admitted she actually is white, but just identifies as black? “You’re not black,” host Jeannie Mai said to Dolezal, who is white. “You weren’t born black, so when you say you are black, it makes it hard for people to understand where you’re | Read More »
“The View,” Carly Fiorina, And Why Feminists Still Fail
Liberal women universally consider themselves to be feminists, by which they mean that they are allegedly supportive of females. But in the same way that the NAACP is the National Association for the Advancement of (Liberal) Colored People, liberal feminists really only support females when they are liberal. These hypocrites sit on their liberal media thrones, telling tales of woe and suffering inflicted on our | Read More »
Houston, Vote NO Today on Proposition 1
Houston, TX voters will today go to the polls to decide a simple question: should men be able to use the women’s bathroom? The BLT&G community would have you believe the issue is more complicated than that, but that is it in a nutshell. Proposition 1 is being pushed by an aggressive lobby that is perfectly happy for deviants, criminals, liars, the mentally ill, and | Read More »
If You’re In Kentucky, Go Vote for Matt Bevin Today
Folks, it is time. Today is the day to go put a Republican in Kentucky’s Governor’s mansion. I’m told late polling has Bevin up, but by less than one percent. It is going to be extremely close and every vote counts. The Republican Governor’s Association came through and flooded the zone, Bevin stepped up his game hard at the end, and the Kentucky GOP has | Read More »
We Regulate Toys And Guns, So Why Not Sally Kohn?
Ten thousand children are killed every single year by our completely unregulated gun industry that has fewer safety measures in place than the window blinds market!!!- A thing CNN tried to make you believe Oh isn’t the media fun? But unbiased though. But fun! Let’s talk about that. Well use an example about gun control. Here is an awesome correction that was added to a | Read More »
Who Called Hillary “A Fraud”? A Feminist.
Some feminists can’t walk around without a gender crutch enabling their every step. Then there are those such as Christina Sommers and Camille Paglia, both controversial “dissident feminists” in their own way, whose eye-rolling at groupthink makes me cheer. I may not agree with everything they say, but often, they fiercely and vocally battle the wallowing that is modern-day feminism. Camille shared her thoughts on | Read More »
Hillary Clinton Embraces Obama’s Immigration Policy and Contempt for Congress
By embracing President Obama’s executive actions on immigration, Hillary Clinton has made a significant choice, not only on immigration but more broadly with regard to the Congressional GOP, that she may live to regret: the choice to destroy what remains of the Clinton legacy of moderation, “triangulation” and bipartisan compromise, and to promise the voters four more years of the current Washington status quo. One | Read More »
Erdogan wins back a majority in new Turkish elections
Back in June, President Recep Tayyip Erdogan of Turkey got slapped with a loss. He was looking to amend the Turkish Constitution to empower the Presidency, the office he now holds. But his crypto-Islamist party lost the majority it had held since November 2002. That crushed his dreams of becoming dictator, er, I mean, a strong President. However the opposition could not come together to | Read More »
RedState scoops the Wall Street Journal over young people evading Obamacare.
The Wall Street Journal says something about Obamacare in 2015 that RedState said in 2013.
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