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Why Are Democrats Unhinged – Maybe Even Insane?

Have we lost our God-given abilities to understand what we see, hear, and identify for what it “really” is? If we were in medical class studying genitalia and the professor points to a photo of a penis and explains it is a vagina, shouldn’t we immediately arrange for psychological help? What else could this person ever say to convince us ...

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Four Weeks from Oblivion, GOP Congress Slumbers On

The session of Congress that occurs after the just–completed election and the swearing in of the new Congress in January is called a lame duck session. It will last four weeks. These are the last weeks Republicans will be in control of both houses of Congress and the White House. This was supposed to be a golden age of conservative ...

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Mitch McConnell: How to Win Without Doing Anything

The best summary of the 2018 midterm elections came from National Review, that hotbed of Never Trumpism. David French wrote, “Republicans solidified their theoretical advantages in the [Senate].” “Theoretical” being the operative word. With Curator of the Senate Mitch McConnell in charge of any conservative changes in the status quo were always only “theoretical.” That’s why the big winner of ...

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Nov. 6th Is the Day Conservatives Go On Strike

Republican incumbents are getting nervous as election day approaches. And for good reason. The political party of the left, Democrats, has energized its base while the country club conservatives in the GOP have euthanized theirs. Evidently, the strategy is to rely on muscle memory to get conservatives to the polls, because the so-called accomplishments certainly won’t. Confirming Supreme Court justices ...

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Did Shady Political Fixer Elliott Broidy Hoodwink the GOP & Trump?

We have the best government that money can buy. – Mark Twain In 2016, the Trump campaign vowed to purge Washington from entrenched influencers.  Later, President Trump reinforced this agenda by proclaiming that his administration would “drain the swamp”.  Despite efforts to accomplish this almost aspirational goal, Washington cronies disguised as Trump loyalists emerged, claiming to have ties to the ...

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Mitch McConnell Is Just a Clerk at Heart

Curator of the Senate Mitch McConnell has decided to re-define his role in public life. McConnell is moving away from characterizing himself as a conservative legislative titan. According to an obsequious profile in The Weekly Standard (a Never–Trumper hotbed), McConnell has found his true calling. The curator believes the best use of his talents is to serve as the Human ...

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GOP Avoids Becoming Piñata Through No Fault of Its Own

The stubborn intransigence of the Partido Demócrata de los Estados Unidos may have just cost it the 2018 midterm election. I’ll admit I’m in awe of the influence a large group of entitled, ungrateful and anti–American illegals has over Demócratas, but this time the slavish devotion leftist politicians have to these invaders backfired. (Which brings to mind a related point. ...

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Fallout: The Nuclear Bomb That Was Dropped on Alabama

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So, there it is. Doug Jones wins the Senate seat in Alabama. What Went Wrong: Republicans backed Roy Moore in the wrong way. By denying the accusations, we looked like the deniers, because we were. The fact of the matter is the accusations are credible. As hard as it is to hear that, it is just true. Between multiple women ...

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Politicians Do Not Have Solutions

The well of the American political imagination has run dry. There is not a single novel proposal being seriously pushed by any elected official in regards to any of the exigent crises which face the nation. Old, tired ideas that obviously had no merit the first time they were proposed and implemented, elsewise the issues they were designed to settle ...

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Donald Trump Ushers In A New Era of Populism

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Election night confirmed a long-held suspicion. This whole electoral cycle has been a lesson in humility for pundits overconfident in the reliability of data forecasting, broadcast from the Twilight Zone. That said, the profundity of it is staggering, even for skeptics like myself. This was not a runaway victory for Trump. Yet, because the forecasts were so very wrong, it ...

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The Trump-Ryan Feud and Intraparty Loyalty

The fast-eroding relationship between Speaker of the House Paul Ryan (R-WI) and Donald Trump is about as friendly as the one which existed between Soviet Russia and Nazi Germany. Many have been quick to descry Ryan, who has seemingly gone through more positions on Trump than a ballerina, and other party members for disavowing the nominee so close to an ...

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Should individual conscience or party loyalty rule at the voting booth?

Do individuals have the unequivocal right to express their opinion through the voting booth or do competing loyalties bind them to the interests of political and social organizations? In a pre-2016 America, rabid individualism seemingly would have led most citizens to assert their self-sovereignty by exercising conscience in the voting booth, but amidst the other disruptions to “politics as usual” ...

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

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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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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