Posts Tagged: GOP

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The coming Armageddon – Donald Trump may be the match, but the GOP set the kindling…

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Absent a political earthquake, Donald Trump will be the GOP’s nominee for President of the United States. It is possible that he won’t, but the odds are long. His nomination will set the nation on a disastrous course that is only partly – and a small part at that – of his making. When Donald… Read more »

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A Donald Trump presidency will be the death of the Republican party. Good riddance!

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It looks like Donald Trump may run the table towards Cleveland, or close to it. Although it may end up being a two man race after the SEC Primary – John Kasich doesn’t count and Ben Carson is irrelevant – it may end up being too late to matter.  So why would Donald Trump be… Read more »

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Hillary and the Left: political adversaries are the real enemies (Guest Post)

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Remember learning about Venn diagrams in elementary school? Venn diagrams are the diagrams with intersecting circles. The circles represent different sets of things and the area where they intersect with each other shows where the different things are logically connected. During Tuesday’s Democratic presidential primary debate between Hillary Clinton, Bernie Sanders and three other guys… Read more »

The Obama refugee policy: metastasizing jihad in a community near you (Guest Post)

The Obama refugee policy: metastasizing jihad in a community near you (Guest Post)

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  The images of refugees from war torn Syria flooding European streets are evidence of just the latest human tragedy to come out of the Middle East–a place where human tragedy at the hands of despots and zealots seems to be part of the very geographical fabric. Natural human instinct is to want to help… Read more »

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GOP debates: Common Sense Changes to Limit Self-inflicted Wounds (Guest Post)

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In January 2015, the GOP announced it would hold 9 presidential primary debates from August 2015 to March 2016. Since then, 16 candidates have officially declared they are running to be the 2016 Republican standard bearer. Yet the GOP has decided to limit their initial presidential debate to only the candidates polling in the top… Read more »

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When Will Republicans Stop Treating the Press Like they’re Journalists? Hillary Gets It.

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Over the Independence Day weekend the Bob Family was visiting Grandma and Grandpa Bob for a few days. One piece of good timing that came of it was that I got to see on Fox News cuts of Megyn Kelly’s recent interview with Mitt Romney (The Bob household “Cut the cord” over a year ago)…. Read more »

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Barack Obama will go down in history as the most successful president since Abraham Lincoln…

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The eight year reign of Barack Obama will go down as the most important in American history since Abraham Lincoln. Lincoln led the United States at the single most important decision point in its history. At stake was no less than the question of whether the country would continue as a single nation or would… Read more »

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Why I’m beginning to disagree with Sarah Palin about the impeachment of Barack Obama

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I love Sarah Palin, but I’m beginning to disagree with her on impeachment. Article II, Section 4 of the Constitution says the following about impeachment: The President, Vice President and all civil Officers of the United States, shall be removed from Office on Impeachment for, and Conviction of, Treason, Bribery, or other high Crimes and… Read more »

Should All Political Parties Embrace Liberal Values? The Left Seems To Think So. (Guest Post)

Should All Political Parties Embrace Liberal Values? The Left Seems To Think So. (Guest Post)

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The concept that the whims of public opinion, the fads of the moment, or the opinions of an ideological opponent should fundamentally alter what a particular political party stands for has always seemed rather odd to me. It is an argument I see trotted out in articles from Left leaning sites on a regular basis…. Read more »