Five Reasons to Think Everything Will Be Okay
At this time, plenty of people out in the Online Right have placed their faces firmly in their palms and have not stopped shaking their heads. The reason? The primary system, which has started well over a year away from the actual 2016 election has paved the way for Donald Trump to gain and maintain a quarter of the vote in virtually every poll in | Read More »
Number of Hillary Clinton E-Mails with Classified Information Reaches 60
When I last wrote about Hillary Clinton’s e-mail scandal, we knew that four of the e-mails found on her server had classified information. However, in the time since then, it has come to light that the real number of e-mails with classified information in them is a much larger number, a story apparently ignored by the media. The most recent tally available, current to the | Read More »
The Reformation, Reconciliation, and Revenge of Al Gore
If you ever had a doubt as to whether or not there was a just and loving God, consider, of all places, this BuzzFeed article. Supporters of Al Gore have begun a round of conversations among themselves and with the former vice president about his running for president in 2016, the latest sign that top Democrats have serious doubts that Hillary Clinton is a sure | Read More »
Heritage: Nearly 300 Cases of Voter Fraud Across America
The Left likes to shoot down the initiatives like Voter ID laws by claiming that there is little to no voter fraud in America. Conservatives know that they could not be further from the truth. Fortunately for us, the Heritage Foundation has been compiling a list of all the voter fraud cases around the country. As of right now, they have counted almost 300 of | Read More »
Chuck Schumer and the Litmus Tests of the Democratic Party
Go back to the second half of the second term of the Bush Administration. Really in 2005, but then after 2006, there was wide spread disagreement between the base of the party and President Bush on a host of issues. Bush’s appointment of Harriet Miers and immigration reform had begun it. But into 2007, the war effort was a subject of concern, TARP was a | Read More »
Are Wall Street’s Expectations for Twitter Too High?
On today’s edition of Coffee and Markets, Brad Jackson is joined by Francis Cianfrocca to discuss Wall Street expectations of Twitter, then Robert Tracinski looks at the sensitive history of Democratic presidents, and Josh Zerkle talks about Tom Brady and Russell Wilson.
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Missouri Democrats Name Their Annual Dinner After a KKK Member
The annual Democratic Party dinners across America have been named “Jefferson-Jackson” as the founders of what became the modern Democratic Party. Republicans have always named their dinners “Lincoln Dinners” after the first Republican President. Well, Democrats have a problem with political correctness now. Thomas Jefferson, author of the Declaration of Independence, and Andrew Jackson, hero of the Battle of New Orleans, both owned slaves. So | Read More »
What today’s Q-Poll showing Democrats losing in key states does and does not mean.
Today’s Q-Poll shows that Democrats need to start taking this election seriously. Thankfully, they probably won’t, although they’ll think that they have.
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GOP candidates to actually discuss education in August; Democrats are… meh, whatever.
We do should be doing four- or five-candidate panels on EVERYTHING, from education to foreign policy to social issues to, heck, what’s good on television these days.
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From the Mailbag: #LoveWins edition
So I got a great email today from the tolerant, loving, progressive left: From: thad rueter <email@example.com> Subject: You and what army? Date: June 26, 2015 at 1:31:49 PM EDT To: [Me] I got a giggle out of your call for civil disobedience because you and the other cavemen get the vapors about gay citizens having civil rights. Bring it Can’t you just feel the | Read More »
Oh, gee: the Democrats are ‘rebranding.’ AGAIN.
The Democrats are trying to rebrand. Because apparently they’re still convinced that there’s absolutely nothing wrong with their ideas.
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A quick guide to the what’s happening in the trade alphabet soup [Updated]
The abbreviations are flying fast and furious, and it can be hard to keep up. Here’s a guide to where we’re at.
For those not keeping score at home…
I just thought I’d take a moment and remind you guys how 2016 is shaping up. Right now, it’s 15-4. On the Republican side, we have Jeb Bush, Bobby Jindal, Chris Christie, Rick Perry, Mike Huckabee, and Scott Walker, all of whom are current or former governors. We also have Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX) 100%, Sen. Rand Paul (R-KY) 87%, [mc_name | Read More »
Perhaps that ‘Bush’ surname isn’t quite the ultimate political poison, after all.
The rehabilitation of George W Bush continues, to the displeasure of various and sundry folks.
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