Donald Trump Blasts Iconic Conservative Newspaper for Standing Against Him!

The National Review took a hard stand against Donald Trump’s liberal policies this week and now they’re facing his wrath. On Friday the GOP frontrunner countered by arguing that the National Review was a “dying paper” whose circulation was “way down.” “The National Review is a dying dying paper. It’s circulation is way down. Not very many people read him anymore. People don’t even think about The National Review. I guess they want to get a little publicity. But that’s a dying paper. I got to Read more […]

Ohio Governor Calls Trump “Prince of Darkness”!

Ohio Governor and GOP presidential candidate John Kasich (R-OH) recently called Donald Trump the “Prince of Darkness”! That would have been bad enough but Kasich didn’t stop there… he then doubled-down and called himself the “Prince of Light”! I think first of all, I have the experience and I’ve had success and I’ve been a reformer all lot my life. You can’t come from the [inaudible] rocks as you know Hugh, and not be a reformer, and I have a message – look, we have a lot of candidates Read more […]

Ted Cruz Kicks Liberals to the Curb with ‘Apology’ for his ‘New York Values’ Comment

During Thursday night’s Republican debate, there was a contentious exchange between Ted Cruz and Donald Trump, in which Cruz accused Trump of holding “New York values.” Bristling at such an accurate accusation, Trump used 9/11 as a shield. Trump’s acolytes applauded, and Twitter erupted with 9/11 dedication memes–because we all know Ted Cruz hates the victims and heroes who died on 9/11. Trump’s shamefully obvious dodge was apparent to some–people with brain matter. But the world is cruel, and Read more […]

Alleged Conservatives with IQs Praise Trump’s Nauseating 9/11 Non-Answer; Say it Damaged Ted Cruz

There were a lot of punches and jabs during the Republican debate Thursday: Rubio hit Cruz with an avalanche of BS accusations in a single statement, knowing full well Cruz could never respond to even one of them in the time allotted, and Trump and Cruz duked it out over citizenship. But there was one moment that made me sick to my stomach. Not because of content, per se, but because of the reaction and applause it garnered from the audience and pundits. Moderator Maria Bartiromo asked Cruz about Read more […]

Joe Biden says Trump Presidency is a Real Possibility!

As folks in both parties and in the media fret about the possibility of a Donald Trump presidency, Vice President Joe Biden seems to think that the likelihood of Trump winning the White House isn’t as remote as some of the pundits believe. While Biden openly admits that he hopes that it doesn’t happen, he acts as though he wouldn’t be surprised if it does. “Yes, I think it’s possible… I hope that if that were to occur — I hope it doesn’t because I have fundamentally different views Read more […]

Ted Cruz is Eligible for the Presidency, Part 1

How can you tell when a candidate has Washington–as well as his opponents–wholly terrified? When it’s only January, and a candidate is as bloody as Ted Cruz. It’s a 10-on-1 prison yard fight out there, and everyone’s out to get their shiv in. This isn’t only coming from the left either. In fact, the primary thrust of the blade is coming from the Republicans. Donald Trump spearheaded the Cruz Birther movement, and others have since piled on. John McCain said it should be looked into, attorneys Read more […]

Will 2016 Mark the Death of Two-Party Politics?

Yay! After much searching, I finally stumbled on a reason for rejoicing in the 2016 election—it might mark the death of two-party politics. Most of us thought we would never see this day. We thought upending the two-party system would take a charismatic third-party candidate with cross-over appeal to sweep the middle voters off their feet. But it turns out there is another way for the GOP-DNC hydra to be conquered: it can commit suicide. More and more, the 2016 election year is looking like Read more […]

Why Does Breitbart Continue to Push Trump When He’s Not a Conservative? Answer…

“Politics are very much like war. We may even have to use poison gas at times.” – Winston Churchill As one of few remaining anti-establishment websites with strong traffic, Breitbart has become the de facto leader of conservative news online. While sites like The Daily Caller, National Review, Hot Air, Town Hall, and The Washington Examiner slowly transform into mouthpieces for establishment politicians, Breitbart has remained a stalwart anti-establishment voice. Due to their aggressive push to Read more […]

Ben Carson and Donald Trump: The Accidental Bully and the Oscar Wilde Gentleman

The GOP has a reputation for being filled with a bunch of great big old meanies. In the past few days, Donald Trump and Ben Carson have been both accidentally and intentionally feeding that reputation. Let’s begin with poor Ben Carson who, in an apparent attempt to create rapport with a group of fifth-graders, encouraged them to point out the worst student in their class. Carson has long told a story about how he himself was the worst student in fifth grade, but this attempt to relate that Read more […]

Former New Mexico Governor is Running for President

Former Governor of New Mexico, Gary Johnson, (R-NM) just announced his plan to run for President as the Libertarian Party nominee in November. He was on Neil Cavuto’s Fox Business show to announce his candidacy and to explain why he was running. Over at Reason.com, Nick Gillespie dives into candidate Johnson and explains where he stands on several hot-button topics. Watch the latest video at video.foxbusiness.com On Banning Sharia Law: “Under sharia law women are not afforded the same Read more […]

Are Americans Too Stupid for Democracy to Work?

A new study out of Cornell University indicates that Americans are too stupid for democracy to work: The research, led by David Dunning, a psychologist at Cornell University, shows that incompetent people are inherently unable to judge the competence of other people, or the quality of those people’s ideas. For example, if people lack expertise on tax reform, it is very difficult for them to identify the candidates who are actual experts. They simply lack the mental tools needed to make meaningful Read more […]

Jeb Bush Campaign Strikes at Marco Rubio in Iowa

Jeb Bush’s (R-FL) surrogates in Iowa have taken an odd course in the campaign and have chosen to run adds attacking Marco Rubio (R-FL) in Iowa instead of focusing their fire on frontrunners Donald Trump and Ted Cruz (R-TX). The latest ad out from the controversial Jeb Bush Super PAC, Right to Rise, is hitting Rubio for his failure to attend meetings, briefings and votes as Senator. The ad is obviously well crafted (and heavily funded), but how effective will this be as a tool for the Read more […]