MSNBC Calls New Hampshire for Bernie Sanders, and for Republicans, the winner is ….
The polls are closed in New Hampshire. Well … mostly closed. But already MSNBC has called it for Bernie Sanders over Hillary Clinton. And for Republicans … Donald Trump. React accordingly. We await what will surely be one of the most … interesting victory speeches maybe in Republican Primary history.
Late Night Ahead? Look At These Crazy Long Lines In New Hampshire
The lines in New Hampshire are crazy. And it seems that some polling places will be staying open late to accommodate them. Polls Staying Open Late in N.H. Town Due to Long Lines https://t.co/Btu1TiHFSD — Massachusetts News (@Massachusetts00) February 10, 2016 And check out these two reports, one from CNN and one from MSNBC, both in the last 30 minutes. CNN: And MSNBC: Did you | Read More »
Decision Desk HQ New Hampshire Exit Polling Is Out And It’s Wild
So Decision Desk HQ (formerly the Ace of Spades Decision Desk) has released their exit polling data and if this holds up, it is great news for Donald Trump, very good news for John Kasich and bad news for Marco Rubio. As for Chris Christie, he can go home: Trump 36% Cruz 15% Kasich 15% Rubio 11% Bush 10% Christie 6% Fiorina 3.8% Carson 2.5% | Read More »
BREAKING. Supreme Court Halts Obama Climate Change Rule
The US Supreme Court has blocked an attempt by the Obama administration to destroy the US coal industry. It ensures this rule will not be enacted under Obama.
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New Hampshire Live Results Open Thread
Well, the polling places are closing and votes are pouring in. We have live, up to the minute results at Townhall, which you can see by clicking here. Open thread!
Early NH Reports: Massive Turnout, More Undeclared Dem Voters
The early reports from the ground in New Hampshire indicate a massive voter turnout, likely a record, particularly on the Republican side. According to exit polling data, undeclared voters (which make up the largest bloc of New Hampshire voters) were a higher percentage of the Democrat vote than the Republican vote, although the Republican vote is expected to be higher overall: It’s difficult to | Read More »
Senior Moment: Tech Illiterate Clinton Baffled And Alarmed By Common Tech Terms
The hip young party of hip young youngsters has two people still running for the nomination for President at an average age of 71 years. Of the two oldsters running, one of them today was baffled and alarmed when a hip young voter said his friend’s “selfie” went “viral.” “You went viral?” Mrs. Clinton said to the man’s friend. “That sounds like some kind of | Read More »
Will Hillary Supporters Engage in Some Operation Chaos Tonight?
Word on the ground in New Hampshire is that Team Hillary knows they are going to lose and lose big. The campaign is prepared to lose in NH and recover in SC, where Hillary is leading Bernie by a huge margin. Hillary has already turned her attention to the general election, and for good reason. In New Hampshire, non-aligned voters are allowed to show up | Read More »
The Trump Ground Game Is A huuuuge loser
The Donald’s lack of concern or ignorance about the basic technique of American politics surely contributed to Trump’s defeat by the excellent ground game of Sen. Ted Cruz’ campaign. Worse Trump’s failed Iowa effort, led by Chuck Laudner who ran Santorum’s 2012 Iowa ground game, was stronger than Trumps operation in New Hampshire.
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Women In Combat: Making A Virtue Of Weakness Gets People Killed
Assigning women to combat units is a profoundly bad idea that will result in a lot of people being killed for no real reason.
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Here Are 3 Things Every Employer* Should Know About The DOL’s Upcoming “Persuader Rules”
Next month, the Department of Labor is expected to release its “final” rule on the nearly five-year old scheme to require employers and their service providers (e.g., advisors, attorneys, consultants, survey companies, and even website developers) to report their financial arrangements, as well as the payments made and received. They’re known as the “persuader rules” and they will, very likely, affect every employer* in the U.S. | Read More »
Ben Carson is Open to Being Trump’s VP
At this point, it certainly seems like he might be more than open to it, in fact. Even though Trump once said that Carson was “incurably and pathologically diseased, kind of like a pedophile,” Trump has been transparently playing white knight for Carson on the ridiculous allegation that Cruz cost Carson any significant number of votes, and Carson seems to be willingly playing along. Here | Read More »
Watercooler 2/9/16 Open Thread: Independents Day, Election Results, Delegates and All Things NH
Welcome back to the Watercooler. I think everyone is thirsty for election results instead of polls and today’s the first Primary in the nation so this edition is dedicated to New Hampshire’s election day. Let the games begin! Independents Day Yes, today in Independents day, or as NH calls them, Undeclareds day. These people have decided not to affiliate with either Party and they make up about 44% | Read More »
FAIL. Marco Rubio Foils Attempted Troll By Alleged Homosexual
We’ve seen Ted Cruz confront at least two planned trolling efforts head on and come away with no damage. Now we see Marco Rubio can do the same.
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This is the Craziest Crime Anyone Has Ever been Accused of
I’ve seen a lot of crazy news stories involving criminals in my day – a list of stories that has been greatly expanded by following Florida Man on twitter. That having been said, this particular news story takes the cake. You will absolutely not believe what THIS Florida man was charged with: Bail set for Jupiter man accused of throwing gator into Wendy’s Let’s just | Read More »