What Happens When Multi-Millionaires Get Tired Of Losing Money

…well, first they pull away from the bad investment and then they start looking at ways to build their own platforms. The problem is we aren’t talking about a new tech innovation but the Democrat Party. The Gateway Pundit just posted a shocker headline yesterday by Joshua Caplan called “BROKE: New FEC Report Shows DNC Finished June $3.3 Million in Debt”. Under the leadership of former Obama official Tom Perez, a new FEC report reveals the DNC finished the month of June $3.3 million in debt. They’re broke. Just like their policies. While I would happily dance a jig New Orleans … Continue reading

Beware Conservatives-Electoral College Needs to Change or…

    Article II, Section 1 of the Constitution gives each state a number of electors equal to the combined total of its Senate membership (two for each state) and House of Representatives delegation (currently ranging from one to 52, depending on population). The 12th Amendment changed a portion and then the 23rd Amendment provided an additional three electors to the District of Columbia. The number of electoral votes per state thus currently ranges from three (for seven states and D.C.) to 54 for California, the most populous state. On the surface, citizens choose a presidential candidate as they so … Continue reading

Quote Of The Day — August 28, 2015

. “There is nothing which I dread so much as a division of the republic into two great parties, each arranged under its leader, and concerting measures in opposition to each other. This, in my humble apprehension, is to be dreaded as the greatest political evil under our Constitution.” John Adams, (October 30, 1735 — July 04, 1826), The Works Of John Adams, Second President Of The United States   ~ ~   Grouchy   ~ ~

UK Politics Sounds Familiar

From Fox News: Britain’s version of Tea Party rocks political system across the pond The UK Independence Party (UKIP), formed in 1993 opposing Britain’s entry into the European Union, failed to make an electoral dent for a long time. However UKIP has built up steam in recent years and is spearheading a seismic shift in the British political spectrum. In this year’s local elections – the British version of midterms — UKIP took a stunning 23 percent of the vote, up from the 3.1 percent they won in the 2010 national election. Their leader, Nigel Farage, is buoyed by their … Continue reading