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Trump trounces traitor Kasich for 3rd time in 6 months

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GOPe budget deal snatches defeat from the jaws of victory

Yesterday I posted an article about how Reince Priebus threatened Ted Cruz, John Kasich and Jeb Bush, saying that if they continued to refuse giving their endorsement to Donald Trump, he would rig the primaries against them if they decide…

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Lord Priebus to Conservatives: This is not the party you’re looking for

The political corruption within the GOP establishment is on full display now that Donald Trump has been welcomed as a member of the club. In an interview on CBS’s Face the Nation, Reince Priebus, whose name sounds a lot like…

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Conservative Comedy Friday – 4/22/16

In the words of John McCain, “Allahu Akbar It’s Friday!” And of course that means it’s time for some conservative comedy. As I do every Friday, I bring you some of the best conservative political and religious comedy, jokes, and…

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Conservative Comedy Friday – 4/15/16

In the words of John McCain, “Allahu Akbar It’s Friday!” And of course that means it’s time for some conservative comedy. As I do every Friday, I bring you some of the best conservative political and religious comedy, jokes, and…

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Dismantling Kasich’s electability argument

According to Jonah Goldberg, John Kasich is “the thing that wouldn’t leave.” Tuesday night, his campaign manager sang the same tired song that Gov. Kasich’s been singing for a month — that he’s the only candidate that can defeat Hillary this fall. Coming from a candidate that’s won a single primary in 32 attempts, you’d […]

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Can a whiner defeat Hillary?

If, God forbid, the general election pits Hillary against The Donald, the most important factor might be whether Hillary is better at playing the victim card or whether Trump is better at playing the whiner. At this point, it’s anyone’s guess on who wins that match-up. What isn’t open for debate is whether Trump’s demographic […]

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Conservative Comedy Friday – 4/1/16

In the words of John McCain, “Allahu Akbar It’s Friday!” And of course that means it’s time for some conservative comedy. As I do every Friday, I bring you some of the best conservative political and religious comedy, jokes, and…

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John Kasich Enshrined In The G.O.P. Hall of Shame

Over the years, I’ve written quite a bit on the squishiness of RINOs within the Republican party, even going as far as giving many of them a place on the Gutless On Principles (GOP) Hall of Shame. Enshrinees earn this…

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GOP establishment plan to hijack convention gaining steam

A few weeks ago I wrote about Mitt Romney’s sudden involvement in the Republican presidential primaries, and how I saw this as an effort to clear the way for him to become the nominee through a brokered or contested convention.…

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Mitt Romney’s plan for a brokered convention continues

A few days ago I commented on Mitt Romney’s television event where he went on the record with a list of grievances he has against Donald Trump, and how he believed that Trump would be the worst possible candidate to…

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Both political parties fractured, but unified on energy

There is no shortage of news stories touting the splits within each party. But when it comes to energy issues, each party is already unified—though in different ways. Generally speaking, the Democrats want more government involvement—more government-led investment and federal…

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Cruzin’

Embed from Getty Images So, I wasn’t going to write about politics today, but I will anyway, sort of. If you haven’t heard Ted Cruz rolled, Trump stalled, and Rubio crashed, and Kasich is doing about  as well as the Post Office. Here’s a bit from Powerline: Ted Cruz and Donald Trump split the four […]

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Mitt Romney begins his quest for GOP nomination

Mitt Romney, who lost the Republican nomination to John McCain in 2008 and lost the general election to Barack Obama in 2012, spoke before a television audience yesterday to let America know what he thinks of Donald Trump as a…

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Conservative Comedy 1/8/16

It’s Conservative Comedy time at the Strident Conservative where I bring you some of the best conservative political and religious comedy, jokes, and satire on the internet, sure to provide a good laugh to begin your weekend. Barack Obama took…

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Tonight’s worst moments

One of the worst moments from the FBN-Wall St. Journal GOP Debate came when Carly Fiorina interrupted Rand Paul to highlight President Reagan’s walking away from negotiations in Reykjavik “when it was time to quit talking.” Listen to the reaction to Mr. Trump: That’s a two-fer. First, Carly highlighted her substantive differences with Sen. Paul […]

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Message for John Kasich and other Politicians: Growth and Opportunity Are Compassionate, not Welfare Dependency

At the risk of oversimplifying, there are two types of statists. The first type is generally insincere and simply views bigger government and increased dependency as a strategy to obtain and preserve political power. Most inside-the-beltway leftists in Washington are in this category. The second type genuinely cares about the less fortunate but makes the […]

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Deciphering TWS’s unscientific poll

After reading Daniel Halper’s article, it’s clear that there isn’t a clear Republican frontrunner. Still, the unscientific poll is helpful. Here’s the results of TWS’ unscientific poll: Scott Walker–mentioned on 44% of the ballots as either first, second or third choice; first choice on 18%. Thus, 44/18. Ted Cruz–35/16. Ben Carson–26/10. Mitt Romney–24/12. Bobby Jindal–20/3. […]

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Hillary and the illusion of winning

Hillary and Jeb Bush need each other politically. Hillary can’t win the 2016 presidential campaign if Jeb isn’t the GOP nominee. She could defeat Mitt Romney or Chris Christie, too, but the only people taking them seriously work at East Coast newspapers. Wes Pruden’s column hits on a point that the DC media hasn’t written […]

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Jeb Bush vs. conservatives

After watching this video, it’s clear that Jeb Bush doesn’t have a clue about conservatism: This post shows that Paige Lavender, a reporter/commentator for Huffington Post, is utterly clueless. Before we get into Jeb Bush’s statements, here’s what Ms. Lavender said: PAIGE LAVENDER: We’ve seen in the last 2 election cycles that the Republican primary […]

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