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Democrat Party Civil War Starting Soon

Democrat Party Civil War

I’m starting to see among some Democrats the introspection and critiquing one would expect from a political party that has taken an almost decade-long electoral drubbing.   Some of the Democrat party’s deep-thinkers that have decades of liberal credentials are finally stepping up to the plate and saying that their …

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Biased Media Gets What it Deserves in Trump White House

White House Press Corp

I am finding it very amusing to see the various press organizations whining about lack of access to President elect Trump and how his Chief of Staff has indicated that there will be changes in the White House press corps. Organizations like CNN, MSNBC, Reuters, AP and others are freaking …

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A Few First Thoughts About a Trump Presidency

Trump Victory 2016

There are a few things that immediately come to mind about what we can expect to see from President Trump. First and foremost is the Supreme Court. Kudos to the Senate Republican majority leader Mitch McConnnel for holding off the nominee of President Obama for replacement of Justice Scalia. We …

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Voting For A Blowhard Or A Crook

Washington Post columnist Eugene Robinson recently wrote that Republican leaders should put country before party and not support Donald Trump. I wonder where he gets such audacity. He is about as far left as political commentators go and is clearly going to vote for Hillary Clinton. How does one say …

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Trump and the Judge:  Liberal Media Bias At Work

Donald Trump

Liberal media doesn’t report judge’s political activism related to his Mexican heritage or his association with the law group that supports illegal immigrants.    I’ve said it before: you can’t trust the media. They are not on your side. They are on their side. Like many liberals, they think they …

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Dem Debate: A Hillary Win Because No One Threw Punches

During the very boring liberal lovefest of the first Democratic presidential debate there was very little that could be called surprising or shocking.  With CNN deciding to format the debate in a way in which there would be no direct conflicts between candidates there was little opportunity for fireworks. So …

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The GOP Debate and Who Seems to Be Doing Best

The first GOP Presidential Candidate debate on August 6, 2015 was held at the Cav’s Arena in Cleveland, Ohio.  Debate host Brett Bauer started with a doozy in asking a question about who would commit to not running as a third-party candidate. This question was obviously directed towards Donald Trump …

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