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Donald Trump, fake news and the US Constitution

In my commentary yesterday covering Donald Trump’s first press conference since last summer, I briefly mentioned his headline-grabbing bullying of a CNN reporter. You may recall that Trump accused CNN of being a “fake news” organization after lumping together a…

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Stephen Bannon, Trump Pravda, and the death of a free press

Allow me to take you back to June, 2013. It was a time of great frustration in our nation’s capitol as the Washington Elite, led by Sen. Lindsey Graham and Sen. Chuck Schumer, grappled with an issue that Graham called…

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Dumping Trump is imperative

After watching Trump tank in the polls and after getting this news, it’s apparent that Trump is a disaster waiting to happen. When Hugh Hewitt, the most loyal GOP establishment talk show host on radio, said that Trump was a disaster waiting to happen, people noticed. (I’m surprised that Sean Hannity hasn’t ripped Hugh for […]

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The price of supporting Trump

Thus far, politicians endorsing Donald Trump haven’t paid a price. It isn’t a stretch to think it might hurt them in the future. Sen. Ben Sasse, (R-NE), is a rising star in the Republican Party. He’s a freshman who isn’t afraid to criticize Mr. Trump or other politicians. This weekend, Sen. Sasse criticized Trump, saying […]

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Ingraham, Trump vs. the Establishment

Laura Ingraham has apparently named herself the determiner of who is the GOP establishment and who is part of a populist movement of, by and for the people. In one of her articles, she throws the kitchen sink at the GOP establishment. (I won’t supply the link because I don’t want to drive traffic to […]

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Pro-Trump whiners whining

Donald Trump has used one of the central tenets of reality TV to jump into the lead in the race to be the GOP presidential nominee. That’s fine. All’s fair with tactics as long as they aren’t illegal. The old saying that “politics ain’t beanbag” is still true. What’s funny is that Trump’s supporters are […]

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Video Friday

Let’s start with Bill Whittle on Putin (Hint: he’s not a friend of freedom)   And Andrew Klavan explains income redistribution   Simplified a bit, he doesn’t account for the huge overhead involved but, he is correct. Bill Whittle again on Robin Williams and 20 other very important people who died that day.   A few […]

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Exposing Nancy Pelosi’s latest whopper

Over the past few years, we’ve seen the Democratic Party crank up their smear machine. This week, Nancy Pelosi said something stunning. Here’s what she said: PELOSI: I asked a Republican friend why his party remains so opposed to extending the lifelines to struggling families and hungry children. This colleague’s response was telling in its […]

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Democrats have ‘boogeyman fever’

I’ve written this post and this post about Al Franken’s fundraising appeals. Mostly, Franken’s fundraising appeals have been long on Karl Rove, the Koch brothers, the TEA Party and Citizens United. In other words, they’re a collection of the Democrats’ favorite boogeymen. This morning, I got an email from Jorge Bonilla who is running against […]

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Conservative Comedy 12/20/13

This is the last edition of Conservative Comedy before a certain holiday. So before we begin, I would like to offer the following: Please accept with no obligation, implied or implicit, my best wishes for an environmentally conscious, socially responsible, low stress, non-addictive, gender neutral, celebration of the winter solstice holiday, practiced within the most enjoyable traditions of the religious persuasion of your choice, or secular practices of your choice, with respect for the religious/secular persuasions and/or traditions of others, or their choice not to practice religious or secular traditions at all. May you have a fiscally successful, personally fulfilling, and medically uncomplicated recognition of the onset of the generally accepted calendar year 2014, but not without due respect for the calendars of choice of other cultures whose contributions to society have helped to make America great (not to imply that America is necessarily greater than any other country), and without regard to the race, creed, color, age, physical ability, religious faith, political belief, sexual preferences, or gender identity of the wishee. To celebrate this non-specific time of the year, in addition to our regular fare covering politics, I am including some bonus videos to get you in the seasonal mood. […]

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Hannity can’t grasp concept of divided government

Throughout Sean Hannity’s interview with Paul Ryan, it was painfully obvious that Mr. Hannity didn’t grasp the concept that divided government means one or both sides hate the deals they strike. Here’s the video of Hannity’s interview: Watch the latest video at video.foxnews.com Throughout the interview, Hannity kept complaining that conservatives don’t like this deal […] . . . → Read More: Hannity can’t grasp concept of divided government

Conservative Comedy 5/24/13

It’s Memorial Day weekend in America. Obama is still the President; Benghazi is still a cover-up; the IRS is still being used by the Administration to take out his political enemies; and the Department of Justice is still doing all it can to destroy the Constitution. But hey, it’s Friday! Let’s laugh! As we do every week, we are proud to bring you the latest from Jodi Miller and Newsbusted, along with the Conservative Comic at Hope n’ Change.  But just like Obama voters waiting in line for a free cell phone, we wanted more. And we found it in Steven Crowder (we featured his Jesus vs Muhammad video a few days ago). Steven is a stand up comic, a FoxNews Contributor, and a social/political commentator. As he tells his viewers: “Liberalism is a disease… Meet the cure.” This week, we take a satirical look at the Benghazi, IRS, and AP scandals, Obamacare, the New York City decision to allow illegals to vote, Randi Rhodes, Twinkies, and a popuri of other current events.   Have a great weekend!       . . . → Read More: Conservative Comedy 5/24/13 . . . → Read More: Conservative Comedy 5/24/13