Hanging On To Victimhood: Higher Education and the Gender Card
The Left is incredibly bipolar when it comes to discussing gender. They are fixated on it, obviously, but the moment you mention it, they recoil in horror and wonder aloud why you are so obsessed with the subject. It must be very exhausting for them. On Democratic debate day, October 13th, chart-loving Vox published a chart-filled article entitled “For the first time ever, more American women | Read More »
Are all the women at the DNC paving the way for Hillary?
It comes from an anonymous source for the DailyMail, so take this with a grain of salt… Speaking on the condition that she isn’t identified, she told Daily Mail Online that the party is in the tank for Clinton, and the women who run the organization decided it ‘early on.’ The committeewoman is supporting one of Hillary’s rivals for the Democratic nomination, and said she spoke | Read More »
My Take on the First Democratic Debate
I am thankful that the happenings in Las Vegas usually stay there, especially after tonight’s Democratic debate. The debate was everything you would think it would be. There was much discussion about the horrors of climate change, the horrors of pay inequality, the horrors of gun ownership, the horrors of wealth, the horrors of paying for higher education, and the like. For the group that | Read More »
Hillary Clinton believes “Big Government” is defunding the slaughter of children. #DemDebate
In an interesting exchange, Hillary Clinton said that Republicans are against big government except in the case of going after Planned Parenthood. Let’s take a brief moment and break down that claim, shall we? What are Republicans* going after Planned Parenthood for? The killing of children and the sale of their body parts. This selling of body parts is documented by the Center for Medical | Read More »
Hillary says women candidates shouldn’t get special treatment
This is yet another issue Hillary has flipflopped on. Democratic front-runner Hillary Clinton says Republican rival Carly Fiorina should not be judged any differently just because she is the only woman candidate in the Republican presidential race. “I’m always in favor of women running,” she told TIME in an exclusive interview. “But people need to hold women’s policies up to light and determine what their | Read More »
Hillary Clinton is Easier For Republicans to Beat Than Joe Biden
A new Fox News poll is out. It shows what I think most people are beginning to conclude. If the election were held today, Republicans have a better chance of beating Hillary Clinton than they do beating Joe Biden. In fact, it is pretty striking. if prez election was today: Carson 50-Clinton 39; Trump 45-Clinton 40; Bush 44-Clinton 40; Fiorina 42-Clinton 39 (new @foxnewspoll) — | Read More »
Bernie Sanders: The Dangerous and Popular Off-Brand
The first Democratic debate takes place Tuesday night, and Jim Webb, Lincoln Chafee, Martin O’Malley, Bernie Sanders, and Hillary Clinton will take the stage. The relatively small number of candidates, compared to the huge Republican pool, are all playing second to Hillary’s frontrunner status. My apologies to Webb, Chafee, and O’Malley, though, because plenty of people can’t even match their face with their last name. | Read More »
Philip Bump is a Hack. Clinton’s email was at risk.
Philip Bump, Washington Post reporter, is ready to criticize or talk down every candidate for President not named Hillary Clinton. But her, he’s ready to stick up for. He claims that “our technical ignorance” is hurting her. Sorry, I’m not technically ignorant. I’ve personally set up email servers from scratch. And Hillary Clinton was negligent in keeping her email on servers far below the appropriate | Read More »
Hillary Clinton? Still Not Inevitable
Are you exhausted yet? It’s only October of 2015. We still have more than a year until the general election, and between now and then, much will happen. If you would have asked most of us a year ago, we would have anticipated things to be quite different right now. The GOP race is unexpected both in who inhabits the frontrunner’s space and which candidates | Read More »
The Trans-Pacific Partnership Will Expand Freedom And Reward Excellence.
President Barack Obama has taken some valuable time off from wrecking the Middle East and fomenting cultural civil war within our nation. He has gotten bored enough with community organizing to actually accomplish something that could be in the long term best interests of The United States of America. That would be a free trade agreement known as The Trans-Pacific Partnership. I generally like free | Read More »
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, Pivot to Asia
, The Donald
, trade agreements
, Trans-Pacific Partnership
Hillary flip flops on ObamaTrade and it doesn’t matter
Yesteday, Hillary Clinton announced that she opposed the Trans Pacific Partnership: Hillary Clinton announced her opposition Wednesday to the Pacific Rim trade deal, breaking with President Obama in another move to the left for her presidential campaign. The front-runner for the Democratic nomination gave Obama a heads-up of her opposition before announcing she’d oppose the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) in an interview with PBS “NewsHour” host | Read More »
Trey Gowdy to Elijah Cummings: so, hey, Sidney Blumenthal profited from the Libyan civil war?
Trey Gowdy sent a remarkably savage letter to Elijah Cummings, and Rep. Cummings deserved every letter of it.
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Technology Shall Be the Death of Hillary
As many people keep saying, “Drip. Drip. Drip.” WASHINGTON – A Connecticut company, which backed up Hillary Clinton‘s emails at the request of a Colorado firm, apparently surprised her aides by storing the emails on a “cloud” storage system designed to optimize data recovery. The firm, Datto Inc., said Wednesday that it turned over the contents of its storage to the FBI on Tuesday. The FBI | Read More »
Hillary Clinton slaps Barack Obama in the face over TPP.
Hillary Clinton doesn’t really care about TPP. She does, however, care about making Joe Biden look like a fringe candidate.
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Putin’s Growing Influence in the Middle East
On today’s edition of Coffee and Markets, Brad Jackson is joined by Rob Tracinski to discuss the rise of Vladimir Putin in the Middle East, then Kevin Burgess talks about the need for more accountability from NFL refs, and Matt Lewis discusses the race for Speaker and the 2016 Democrat field.
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