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 ...

If you’re in one of these denominations that ‘blessed’ an abortion clinic, you might want to reconsider

Listen, I am not into bashing other people’s Christian denominations.  In fact, no church outside of heaven is perfect, including the denomination I attend.  But if you are a member of one of these denominations, you might want to ask some hard questions of their leadership, like “what are you going to do about this?” A United Methodist pastor, Rev. Laura Young, held a prayer | Read More »

A selection of green left policy ideas from NumbersUSA’s Roy Beck

The websites founded by the late Andrew Breitbart (who used to go on Univision and support “immigration reform”) have been giving voice to Roy Beck of NumbersUSA. I write today to remind you that this is a desperate move, one that shows how difficult it is to find actual conservative voices to support their agenda. Roy Beck is no conservative, and he’s no ally of | Read More »

Anti-Gun Leftists Hate Ben Carson For Exposing Them

Yesterday on twitter, my buddy Sean Davis exposed just how badly these guys have been boxed in by Ben Carson. After a week of leftists throwing F-bombs at Ben Carson for his comments on Nazi confiscation of guns owns by Jews, Sean asked some of them a simple question: was Hitler wrong. You will probably not actually be amazed that they did not want to | Read More »

Bush campaign uses campaign aide to troll Trump

Over the weekend, the Joe Lieberman-Jon Huntsman “we don’t believe in nothing” group, No Labels” held a candidate convention in New Hampshire. The nonprofit No Labels group held an event in New Hampshire on Monday that featured a number of candidates running for president under one label or another, including real estate mogul Donald Trump, New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie (R), Ohio Gov. John Kasich (R), Sen. Bernie | Read More »

Democrat debate structured prevent conflict between candidates

I think candidate debates hosted by the media stink. When hosted by television news anchors the focus is on creating a headline, not enlightening the voters. One only has to look at the egregious actions of the Fox News buffoons playing “let’s you and him fight” …Could you please address Governor Bush across the stage here… …Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX) 100%, your | Read More »

Paul Ryan Stars as John Boehner’s Weak Sister

This is getting pathetic. All the smart thinking people want Rep. Paul Ryan (R-WI) 55% to run for Speaker while he is thus far going full Sherman opposing a run. If the man does not want to run that strongly, it seems silly to push him to do something he does not want to do. But along the way, he is coming | Read More »

The Democratic Debate: Prepare for an Orgy of Unicorn Farts and Pixie Dust

Tonight, the Democrats will have their first Presidential primary debate, although “debate” is something of a misnomer. “Debate” implies that there will be a substantive disagreement in which candidates have different ideas about the direction of the country. However, if you listen to the Democrats talk and check the “issues” section of their campaign websites, you will find that the only real disagreement they have | Read More »

$100 Million From the Chamber of Commerce to Buy a New GOP

The Chamber of Commerce is purportedly pledging $100 million to defeat conservatives in 2016, or as is being reported, defeating conservatives who might cause heartburn for poor little Rep. Paul Ryan (R-WI) 55% who apparently cannot stand up to those 40 yapping conservatives. It is actually a sad statement of leadership from Rep. Paul Ryan (R-WI) 55% that while | 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 »








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