Trump: Women Like Me Because I Protect Them
Despite a Gallup poll that came out on Friday indicating 7 out of 10 women have an unfavorable view of Trump, the candidate himself sees it differently. This is not shocking, because as we know, Trump’s proclamations and the truth don’t necessarily go together. The past few weeks and months have more than shown how Trump himself, and his campaign, feel about, react to, and categorize | Read More »
Walker Endorsed Cruz, But It Should Have Been The Other Way Around
Today Governor Scott Walker endorsed Ted Cruz for president. I have a huge amount of respect for Walker, and believe he made the best decision to endorse Cruz, the only one left in the Republican field that any conservative should be supporting. But it should have been the other way around. The roles should be reversed, and Walker should be receiving endorsements. I believe governors make the | Read More »
Planned Parenthood Launches $20 Million Fight Against GOP
Cecile Richards, Head of Planned Parenthood, has announced a counter-attack against her pro-life opponents. The impact that the videos from The Center for Medical Progress have had upon her bloodthirsty organization originally appeared to be minimal. Not because the videos didn’t contain gruesome footage which deeply affected most of us, but because our reaction seemed to have barely registered with Cecile, her colleagues, and their allies. This | Read More »
The GOP Undercard Debates Are For Losers, Right?
If you watched the last GOP debate on October 28, the bad taste you were left with probably still lingers in your mouth. Your frustration is not aimed at the candidates so much as at CNBC’s “moderators”, or at the Chairman of the Republican National Committee himself, Reince Priebus. This GOP debate season has been chaotic and exhausting, and there are still eight scheduled events left, | Read More »
Ben Carson: The “Good Guy” Who Isn’t Presidential
The Right regularly decries emotionalism, but is often guilty of it, too. Falling for the cult of personality is not just a phenomenon on the Left. It is seen among conservatives, and is, quite obviously, making an appearance this election cycle. In this round, on the crowded stage of GOP candidates, the “good guy” is none other than Dr. Ben Carson. He has an incredibly | Read More »
What is Happening to Carly Fiorina?
It feels like we’ve been in this campaign cycle for a while already, does it not? Still, the general election is more than a year away. One thing that has been somewhat consistent is the outsider advantage, which seems to be the flavor of the early 2016 season. Hillary has had to deal with The Bern, and while Sanders is not new to the political | Read More »
GOP Reagan Debate: Rapid Reax
Wanted to jot down a few thoughts immediately following the Reagan Debate tonight. I thought it was a helpful debate, and made a few things clear: 1) Newt Gingrich was the best man onstage tonight, and would likely be on any given night. He is brilliant at getting to the heart of a political issue, and bringing it home ideologically. He would make a great adviser for any | Read More »
Obama is Still the Very Best Candidate the Democrats Have in 2012
I wrote this blog post for all of the critics out there who are still trying to claim that the GOP Candidates for 2012 are weak or soft. The picture above is just the beginning of how weak and soft Obama is. If Obama’s Current Job Approval Polling Numbers from Rasmussen’s Presidential Daily Tracking Poll of 38% of Americans Polled “Strongly Disapprove, giving Obama a | Read More »
The Plot Thickens.
It’s no secret that there are no clear GOP front runners appearing on the scene, and the remaining potential heavies are waiting on the side. It’s also no secret that the DeMarxist press would love to give America the impression that the Republican Party is hopelessly fragmented. Sprinkle that with a liberal (cough) dose (this is sounding worse by the second) of Obama the Unbeatable. | Read More »