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The Twelfth GOP Debate: Civil, Substantive,But Underwhelming

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The latest GOP debate was held in the University of Miami in Miami Fla. and in spite of what the pendants said about it being so great I thought it was the most civil of the debates with no mudslinging but underwhelming. Even Donald Trump remarked at one point that he couldn’t believe how civil it was this time. I ...

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When you’re so outta touch with your voting base, this happens…

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Love him or hate him, Donald Trump has listened to us average voters and is singing our tune. Whether he’s sincere, and possibly as frustrated as Washington, DC as the rest of us, remains to be seen. In the meantime, the RNC and GOP Establishment continue to stand around scratching their heads wondering how they’ve lost control. It’s really not ...

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Rubio rallies near empty in Florida

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Thought-provoking commentary is not necessary. Rubio rented out a football field for a rally in Florida and needed less than one endzone to hold his supporters. Rubio stadium event in Hialeah. Stands empty; crowd in one end zone. pic.twitter.com/9zj0xslwSA — Byron York (@ByronYork) March 9, 2016

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Mitt Romney: The GOP’s Fall Guy…

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What is Mitt Romney doing in the news cycle? And since when did he become a relevant topic to the 2016 presidential race? This election cycle just keeps getting weirder by the minute! When I started hearing the reports of Mitt’s opinion on Donald Trump a couple of days ago, I ignored it. Who cares what he thinks about Trump (or ...

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20,000 in Massachusetts Pull Their Heads Out Of Their Ass

It seems that a wave of sensibility has swept over the people of Massachusetts. Finally some people in that state have realized that the Democratic Party is the Party of lunacy. It seems that 20,000 Bay State Democrats have fled the party this winter, with thousands doing so to join the Republican ranks, according to the state’s top elections official. ...

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Why Do Republicans Go Out Of Their Way To Defeat Themselves? Mitt Attacks Donald, Leaves Hillary Untouched.

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Republicans still have plenty of time to defeat their own candidate for president, and Mitt Romney is the latest voice assuring a Democrat win in November. Recent articles demonstrate the unattraction of Hillary (on March 3, 2016 the NY Times reported “Hillary…Turnout Trouble”) and the support for Trump (on March 2, 2016 the AP reported “Trump Dominates With Huge Turnouts, ...

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The Republican Establishment Harms The Republican Cause

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Senate majority leader Mitch McConnell and speaker of the House Paul Ryan were all over Donald Trump on Tuesday for allegedly not adequately turning down an offer from David Duke, former KKK member, to endorse Trump’s candidacy for president. From what I’ve heard of the chronology of Duke’s offer and Trump’s non-acceptance of it, our two establishment Republican leaders were ...

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Five GOP Candidates: What Have We Learned?

The presidential field is narrowing. Not fast enough for some people. But we have seen a good bit of the candidates by now and can draw some conclusions about them and their supporters. Donald Trump has turned the race on its head by voicing what so many people are thinking, but perhaps are too intimidated to say out loud. His style is hyperbole. ...

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Trump Tizzy in Virginia Long Before Primary

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The Virginia Republican Party has discovered it’s one thing to issue a political “Do Not Resuscitate” order and quite another to get it to stick. Back in September the State Central Committee decided to require all voters in the March 1st GOP primary to sign a pledge that states: “My signature below indicates that I am a Republican.” The idea ...

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Libs Demanded A “Kennedy Seat” In The Senate, Think They’ll Accept A “Scalia Seat” On The S.C.?

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The two-faced liberal filth running our nation are without shame. When it was a Republican president nearing the end of his term they insisted that he not be allowed to fill an open seat on the Supreme Court, but when it’s Obama nearing his final days as president, they say it’s not only normal and proper to fill an open ...

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The US Senate Must Hold the Line

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With the passing of US Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia we stand at a very sober moment for our nation, a moment that finds the US Constitution – and the idea of constitutionality in general – in a very fragile state. With the make-up of the US Supreme Court existing on a razor’s edge between the conflicting ideologies of Progressivism ...

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The Ninth Republican Debate (Or Was This Just Another Jerry Springer Show?)

On Saturday night the ninth Republican debate was held at the Peace Center in Greenville South Carolina, but as the title implies it might as well have been a Jerry Springer show with all the barbs and mudslinging going on between the candidates. The stinging attacks and barbs between Donald Trump, Jeb Bush and Ted Cruz became so hostile I ...

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The invisible candidate

This year’s race for the GOP presidential nomination is the most interesting in recent memory. The grassroots cry for conservativism has been nearly swamped by a populist wave; Donald Trump’s savvy media manipulation captures a “YUGE” portion of media attention. Governors and experienced politicians have dropped out of the race early. More governors are likely to drop out in the weeks ahead. ...

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Imagine the chaos if Clinton’s super delegates win her the primary regardless of popular vote

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Woe the Democrat leadership if their plan to coronate the wicked witch of New York/Arkansas as queen is in controversy with popular vote. Bernie statistically tied the queen in Iowa and soundly crushed her in New Hampshire, so how is it that Clinton is leading Sanders in the count that matters – delegates. Back in August, I mentioned that Hillary ...

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