Categories

A sample text widget

Etiam pulvinar consectetur dolor sed malesuada. Ut convallis euismod dolor nec pretium. Nunc ut tristique massa.

Nam sodales mi vitae dolor ullamcorper et vulputate enim accumsan. Morbi orci magna, tincidunt vitae molestie nec, molestie at mi. Nulla nulla lorem, suscipit in posuere in, interdum non magna.

Angry Warren vs. The Donald

Elizabeth Warren has been bitchy for a couple weeks. First, she was bitchy about President Trump’s cabinet picks. Now, she’s upset that President Trump is protecting Americans instead of welcoming in terrorists. This article highlights Sen. Warren’s part in “The Resistance.” The article starts by saying “Facing a crowd of protesters at Logan International Airport […]

Continue reading Angry Warren vs. The Donald

. . . → Read More: Angry Warren vs. The Donald

Sen. Schumer’s obstructionism

If there was ever a doubt about whether Senate Democrats would be obstructionists, this article should shout ‘Democratic obstructionism’. President Trump announced today that he’ll announce his SCOTUS nominee next week sometime. Democrats are feeling bitter that Republicans give Merrick Garland, President Obama’s pick to replace Antonin Scalia, a committee hearing. It isn’t surprising to […]

Continue reading Sen. Schumer’s obstructionism

. . . → Read More: Sen. Schumer’s obstructionism

Evaluating the Obama coalition

The topic that didn’t get discussed often enough after the election is the viability of the so-called Obama Coalition. John Judis and Ruy Teixeira wrote a book titled “The Emerging Democratic Majority” that was based on the belief that demographics pointed to a permanent Democratic majority. Part of the description for their book says “In […]

Continue reading Evaluating the Obama coalition

. . . → Read More: Evaluating the Obama coalition

California dimwits attack Trump

House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi, (D-SF), and Sen. Kamala Harris, (D-Calif.), attacked Donald Trump after Rep. John Lewis said that Mr. Trump wasn’t the legitimate president. Here’s what these California dimwits tweeted: After saying that Mr. Trump wasn’t the legitimate president-elect, Rep. Lewis said “I think the Russians participated in helping this man get elected. […]

Continue reading California dimwits attack Trump

. . . → Read More: California dimwits attack Trump

Ellison’s DNC campaign

Keith Ellison is hoping to turn his support of Bernie Sanders, then Hillary Clinton, into a winning message in his bid to become the next chairman of the Democratic National Committee (DNC). At this point, outsiders think Rep. Ellison is the leader to succeed Debbie Wasserman-Schultz as the full-time chair of the DNC. Whether DNC […]

Continue reading Ellison’s DNC campaign

. . . → Read More: Ellison’s DNC campaign

Dishonest Paul Krugman

Paul Krugman’s latest column is proof positive that he’s exceptionally dishonest. In his opening paragraph, Krugman wrote “If James Comey, the F.B.I. director, hadn’t tipped the scales in the campaign’s final days with that grotesquely misleading letter, right now an incoming Clinton administration would be celebrating some very good news. Because health reform, President Obama’s […]

Continue reading Dishonest Paul Krugman

. . . → Read More: Dishonest Paul Krugman

Why the media missed the Story of the Year

Salena Zito’s article turns the spotlight on the MSM, aka the Agenda Media, to highlight why the media got this election badly wrong. Early in the article, Salena wrote about the NY Times, saying “Take The New York Times’ public editor’s laudable call for more diversity in the newsroom. ‘The executive editor, Dean Baquet, is […]

Continue reading Why the media missed the Story of the Year

. . . → Read More: Why the media missed the Story of the Year

E.J. Dionne on drugs?

After reading just a couple paragraphs of E.J. Dionne’s latest humorfest, it’s difficult to take the left seriously anymore. I can’t say that Mr. Dionne’s opinions are representative of the left’s worldview. Unfortunately, I can’t say that they aren’t commonplace, either. For instance, Dionne wrote that “It is this spirit that began to take hold […]

Continue reading E.J. Dionne on drugs?

. . . → Read More: E.J. Dionne on drugs?

Hillary’s Wisconsin decision

It isn’t a secret that Hillary Clinton made a mistake by not campaigning in Wisconsin. People of all political persuasions have criticized her. IMO, those criticisms are justified … to a point. Let’s first stipulate that Hillary campaigning there would’ve helped. The question remaining is how much it would’ve helped. After spending this past weekend […]

Continue reading Hillary’s Wisconsin decision

. . . → Read More: Hillary’s Wisconsin decision

Trumka’s misguided hissy fit

Richard Trumka’s misguided hissy fit should be seen for what it is: the actions of a desperate man who’s losing control of the people who pay his exorbitant salary. When Trumka wrote “publicity stunts and Twitter rants are no substitute for a comprehensive, coherent economic strategy that invests in America and lifts up the voices […]

Continue reading Trumka’s misguided hissy fit

. . . → Read More: Trumka’s misguided hissy fit

Dishonest Hillary

Salena Zito’s latest column mocks Team Hillary’s barrage of excuses for why Mrs. Clinton lost to Donald Trump. Ms. Zito explains what she learned on “Amtrak’s famed Capitol Express, which connects Washington, DC, with a series of cities in the Midwest.” According to the article, “Audrey and Robert, a Virginia couple, were heading to Montana […]

Continue reading Dishonest Hillary

. . . → Read More: Dishonest Hillary

Hillary Clinton’s legacy: failure

When it comes to diagnosing why Hillary Clinton lost, Chip Englander, “a Chicago-based GOP consultant”, got it exactly right when he said the Clintons’ “intent to try to rewrite the history books is super obvious. The history books are not written by losers. She lost the election because she broke the law and didn’t bother […]

Continue reading Hillary Clinton’s legacy: failure

. . . → Read More: Hillary Clinton’s legacy: failure

Larry Lessig: Harvard prof, anarchist

If this article is right, then it’s right to call Harvard law professor Larry Lessig a liberal anarchist. According to the article, Prof. Lessig “is claiming 20 Republican members of the Electoral College are considering voting against President-elect Donald Trump.” Specifically, Prof. Lessig “announced earlier this month he would offer free legal assistance to electors […]

Continue reading Larry Lessig: Harvard prof, anarchist

. . . → Read More: Larry Lessig: Harvard prof, anarchist

Larry Lessig: Harvard prof, anarchist

If this article is right, then it’s right to call Harvard law professor Larry Lessig a liberal anarchist. According to the article, Prof. Lessig “is claiming 20 Republican members of the Electoral College are considering voting against President-elect Donald Trump.” Specifically, Prof. Lessig “announced earlier this month he would offer free legal assistance to electors […]

Continue reading Larry Lessig: Harvard prof, anarchist

. . . → Read More: Larry Lessig: Harvard prof, anarchist

Karen Finney, Clinton hack

According to Wikipedia, Karen Finney is a time-tested veteran of high profile campaigns. Among other tours of duty, “Finney served four years as the spokesperson and Director of Communications at the Democratic National Committee.” Later, “Finney joined Media Matters as a senior fellow and consultant” on November 25, 2014. Ms. Finney isn’t a centrist Democrat […]

Continue reading Karen Finney, Clinton hack

. . . → Read More: Karen Finney, Clinton hack

Pelosi calls for investigation

This morning, House Minority Leader For Life Nancy Pelosi issued this statement calling for a bipartisan investigation into the Russians allegedly interfering with our presidential election. True to Ms. Pelosi’s nature, her statement starts by saying “The U.S. intelligence community has determined that Russia interfered in U.S. elections. There must be no equivocation or ignoring […]

Continue reading Pelosi calls for investigation

. . . → Read More: Pelosi calls for investigation

Hillary’s problem: all money, no message

This Washington Times article reports that the “Clinton campaign, Democratic Party and pro-Clinton expenditure committees and PACs spent a record $1.2 billion, twice as much as the $600 million laid out by the Trump camp, Republicans and pro-Trump groups.” In his post, Jazz Shaw warns against drawing too many conclusions from this unusual election. I […]

Continue reading Hillary’s problem: all money, no message

. . . → Read More: Hillary’s problem: all money, no message

DAPL fundamentals

Kevin Cramer’s WSJ op-ed on the Dakota Access Pipeline (DAPL) is must reading if you want the truth about what’s happening in North Dakota. Predictably, what’s happening isn’t getting reported by the so-called MSM. In the opening paragraph of his op-ed, Rep. Cramer said “[a] little more than two weeks ago, during a confrontation between […]

Continue reading DAPL fundamentals

. . . → Read More: DAPL fundamentals

Democrats’ fundraising follies

It’s indisputable that 2 of the 3 biggest losers this election were Hillary Clinton and Nancy Pelosi. The DNC picked Mrs. Clinton essentially before their primaries or debates, mostly because they fell in love with her name ID and her fundraising ability. They also picked her out of fear of the Clintons’ retribution. After another […]

Continue reading Democrats’ fundraising follies

. . . → Read More: Democrats’ fundraising follies

Stein mouthpiece vs. Carlson

When Tucker Carlson interviewed David Cobb, Jill Stein’s campaign manager, about the Wisconsin recount, it quickly turned into a bad joke. Early in the interview, Cobb said that “most importantly, Tucker, what we’re seeing is voting systems that can’t be trusted. What we see is the use of technology that is highly problematic that have […]

Continue reading Stein mouthpiece vs. Carlson

. . . → Read More: Stein mouthpiece vs. Carlson