Is John Kasich The Most Formidable 2016 GOP Candidate You Don’t Know?
Authors Note: This piece was posted today on The Daily Beast. Unless you live in Ohio, or are a political junkie, chances are you have never heard of its Republican governor, John Kasich. But that will likely change after November’s mid-term election if Governor Kasich wins his reelection bid by a respectable margin – setting the chattering class off yapping about his increased 2016 presidential prospects. | Read More »
Ten Reasons Why The GOP Should Say No To Jeb
It has been widely reported power brokers are anxiously waiting for Jeb Bush, a former two-term governor from one of the nation’s most important swing states, to decide if he is going to run for the 2016 Republican presidential nomination. They wait because Bush is well-respected and presidential in stature. He has many positive attributes that would help the GOP attract Hispanic voters, so desperately | Read More »
Who Will Be the Anti-Hillary?
The mainstream media is very adept at highlighting the alleged rift in the Republican Party, but they turn a blind eye and a deaf ear towards a rift in the Democratic Party. Despite the apparent anointing of Hillary Clinton as the 2016 Democratic nominee for President, there are serious issues within that party. A Clinton candidacy will only make those problems more transparent as a | Read More »
Floaters & Sinkers: The Media, Casting & Breaking Bad’s Bryan Cranston
Original Post: Floaters & Sinkers: The Media, Casting & Breaking Bad’s Bryan Cranston Recently, we have seen a lot of leaks about who is going to play what role in upcoming expected blockbusters. We have seen Ben Affleck for Batman, Matt Damon as his sidekick Robin, Ryan Gosling in the upcoming “50 Shades of Grey,” and, the latest, Bryan Cranston playing Lex Luthor in the | Read More »
Sarah Palin in 2016 Presidential Race is no laughing matter
The presidential campaign of 2016 was launched as soon as the last light dimmed on the stage after Mitt Romney gave his concession speech, in losing his presidential bid to Barack Obama. With the new battle now warming up amongst the GOP hierarchy there are many Republican leaders who want to point the party leftward, away from Ronald Reagan and his heir apparent Sarah Palin. | Read More »