Democratic Strategist Says Trump Will Beat Hillary

Interesting that Dim strategists are already predicting a Trump win over Hildabeast this early.  I’m not surprised.  Every Dim I have met this last year hates Hillary for the same reasons conservatives do. In the general election Trump will shred Hillary.  She sucks on the campaign trail with vapid speeches and a lackluster presence on a public stage.  Trump is the opposite.  He will cream her. Everyone that opines about Hillary’s inevitability ignores that a skinny no name lawyer from Illinois blew her out of the water in 2008 despite her being touted as the “smartest and most experienced woman … Continue reading

California Looks to Cover Illegal Immigrants Under Obamacare

From the Daily Signal: In an unprecedented move, California legislators look to extend Obamacare health coverage to the state’s estimated 2.6 millionillegal immigrant population. If passed and signed into law, California would be the first state in the nation to request illegal immigrants be covered through a state exchange, the Los Angeles Times reported. It is against the law for California to allow illegal immigrants to enroll in Covered California, the state’s Obamacare health insurance exchange, Sally C. Pipes, president and CEO of the pro-free-market Pacific Research Institute, told The Daily Signal in an emailed response. “The law does not … Continue reading

The GOP’s Missing Motivation

From the American Thinker by Layne D. Hansen: It has been claimed by others that no matter who wins the Republican nomination in 2016, the GOP will never be the same (see also here). This is likely true. How can the party go back to stuffy old white men who are out of touch with the modern American voter? Furthermore, if this proves true, I argue it is a good thing. The Republican Party has been in a political and ideological rut and there has not been a distinguishable leader of the party since Ronald Reagan left office. To illustrate, here’s … Continue reading

Cruz-Kasich recriminations typify everything hapless about the Stop Trump movement

From the Washington Post: THE BIG IDEA: Each party’s nominating contest has entered the dénouement phase, even if many conservative and liberal activists cannot yet recognize it. One race is ending with a bang; the other, with a whimper. First, the Republicans… A majority of Republicans do not want Donald Trump to be their party’s standard bearer, but the continuing failure to coalesce around an alternative makes him increasingly likely to prevail at the convention in Cleveland. The Kasich-Cruz deal to divide up spheres of influence did not just fall apart. It has backfired. For all intents and purposes, both … Continue reading

Carly Fiorina slams Ted Cruz

Here’s a little nugget on YouTube I found regarding Fiorina’s opinion of Cruz just a few short months ago before she dropped out of the race: A recap: Over the weekend, Cruz’ campaign announced an alliance with John Kasich whereas the Kasich supporters were to be urged to vote for Cruz in Indiana.  In exchange the Cruz supporters in New Mexico and Oregon were urged to vote for Kasich.  This scheme was orchestrated to prevent Trump for reaching the 1237 delegates before the Republican Convention.  Unfortunately for Ted, by noon on Monday, Kasich stabbed Cruz in the back and urged … Continue reading

Funny Friday – April 29, 2016

A blonde walks into the police department looking for a job. The captain says they can’t just turn her away, and orders to desk officer to ask her a few questions as if doing an interview. Not having any idea what to ask her to disqualify her application, the officer asks, “What’s 2+2?” “Ummm… 4!” the blonde says. Dang, the officer thinks, so tries a harder one: “What’s the square root of 100?” “Ummm… 10!” the blonde says. “Good!” the officer says, deciding to switch from math to history. “OK, who killed Abraham Lincoln?” “Ummm… I don’t know,” she admits. … Continue reading

A Wider Ideological Gap Between More and Less Educated Adults

A Wider Ideological Gap Between More and Less Educated Adults PEW just released a detailed study for those statistics-minded individuals that is both interesting and frightening.  While I am not a proponent of polls, serious statistical studies do tend to highlight information.  Some may not like PEW but I believe if we pay attention, we will see patterns developing and have something to focus on as our country moves into the future. How people utilize that information is equally important and necessary for future change and consideration.   Their study listed three areas of significant interest concerning liberal vs conservatism … Continue reading

As Obama And Baghdad Bob Earnest Lie

about the economy, the REAL Obama economy is exposed below. Now for you Liberals out there, the bad stuff, e.g., Federal Debt, has up arrows and the good stuff, e.g., Labor Force Participation, has down arrows. Thus up is bad and down is bad the way things are in the Obomination’s economy. In a NORMAL vibrant growing economy (unlike Barry’s flaccid economy), the up arrows would be down (good) and the down arrows would be up (good). http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2016-04-28/obama-admits-couldnt-convince-americans-recovery-bashes-big-short List of Obama’s Failed Green Energy/Solar Companies and Taxpayer Losses http://usapolitics.thoughts.com/posts/list-of-failed-obama-green-energy-solar-companies-in-the-billions

Now For The Freak Show

File this one under: “Know your enemy.” From the NY Obama Times: “Two months ago, across an assembly-room table in a factory in Jacksonville, Fla., President Barack Obama was talking to me about the problem of political capital. His efforts to rebuild the U.S. economy from the 2008 financial crisis were being hit from left, right and center. And yet, by his own assessment, those efforts were vastly underappreciated. “I actually compare our economic performance to how, historically, countries that have wrenching financial crises perform,” he said. “By that measure, we probably managed this better than any large economy on … Continue reading

Another Historic First For Obama

and since his election was sooooo historic, the Left can revel in another first. EXCERPT:  “The rate of real economic growth is the single greatest determinate of both America’s strength as a nation and the well-being of the American people. On Thursday the Commerce Department announced that the US economy expanded at the slowest pace in two years. GDP growth rose at an anemic 0.5% rate after a paltry 1.4% fourth quarter advance. Ronald Reagan brought annual real GDP growth of 3.5%. Barack Obama will be lucky to average a 1.55% GDP growth rate. This ranks Obama as the fourth worst presidency … Continue reading

Sorry Ted: I’d Rather Not Fight, But It’s Time That I Switched

The Cruz campaign sticker on my right hand margin came down today. I still love yah, Ted. I think your approach was really what we needed, and your freshly-minted pretend-VP, Carly, made a wonderful speech about taking the country back and restoring the Constitution. But it’s over. Last night, you were mathematically eliminated from winning the nomination outright. You and Trump are in my home state today campaigning for the Indiana delegates, and the polls I’ve seen say that you will lose that one, too. I suspect they’re right. Normally, I would be ok with a knock-down-drag-out fight right up … Continue reading

FLASH! Trump Chooses His VEEP and

it is General James “Mad Dog” Mattis! Who better to run the illegals and so-called “refugees” out of America? “I don’t lose any sleep at night over the potential for failure. I cannot even spell the word.” Mad Dog Mattis “You cannot allow any of your people to avoid the brutal facts. If they start living in a dream world, it’s going to be bad.” Mad Dog Mattis Okay, wishful thinking on the Gunny’s part. We can hope can’t we?