Category: Election

2015: The Year Congress Surrendered?

2015: The Year Congress Surrendered?

2015 may go down as the year that Congress gave up some of its most important legislative powers. Or, at least, the year it was confirmed that Congress’ powers are not what they used to be.

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Donald Trump (Photo credit: Michael Vadon)

Dealing With The Don

A businessman once told me that in business, when things are not working, sometimes you have to “throw a brick through the window.” Sometimes shock is the only thing that will shake up an entrenched status quo. A brick smashing through glass might be the only thing that will get attention.

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Donald Trump Laconia Rally, Laconia, NH by Michael Vadon July 16 2015

Americans are Starved for Straight Talk and Honesty

If you’ve ever wondered why Donald Trump has surged so incredibly in the public eye lately, it has less to do with The Donald than it has to do with the feeble excuse for Republican “leadership” we languish under in this country.

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On Display: The Kind of Leadership America Must Have

On Display: The Kind of Leadership America Must Have

Today in Washington D.C., we saw the kind of intelligence, commitment, and leadership that America MUST have if we are to survive. At a rally organized by Concerned Women for America against the Iran nuclear deal, 2016 presidential candidate and Senator Ted Cruz (R-TX) was speaking when a Leftist CODEPINK activist tried to hijack the event.

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Trump Just Might Scare GOP Into Pushing for Limited Govt

Trump Just Might Scare GOP Into Pushing for Limited Govt

If the Republicans in Congress and by inference the Republican establishment as a whole gets the public rooting for them to win again, it will do wonders to restore faith in our system of government and those who are stewards over it.

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GOP: Dissing the Conservative Base a Bad Idea

GOP: Dissing the Conservative Base a Bad Idea

Fed up with the establishment Republicans in Washington, D.C. selling out to President Barack Obama on issues like funding his executive amnesty? If so, you are likely part of a growing number of Americans who are growing increasingly frustrated with the ineptitude of Republicans to lead their own party with policies their conservative political base actually supports.

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Donald Trump (Photo credit: Gage Skidmore)

GOP Establishment Made Trump Lead Possible

Donald Trump is leading in at least one poll for the Republican Party nomination for President. What is The Donald’s secret? An unwavering commitment to an issue, and a willingness to not play by the well-scripted political rules on the right.

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A Cruz-Walker GOP Ticket?

A Cruz-Walker GOP Ticket?

The Tea Party News Network has an interesting article on a survey done by Breitbart in June of 55,000 participants which found Ted Cruz and Scott Walker coming out on top for the #1 and #2 spots, with Rand Paul and Ben Carson coming up third and fourth.

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Rubio: Let’s Forever Concede to Liberal Tyranny

Rubio: Let’s Forever Concede to Liberal Tyranny

Not that I would have seriously considered supporting Marco “Amnesty” Rubio for president anyway, but this definitely closes the door for any real conservative.

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The Unstoppable Ted Cruz

The Unstoppable Ted Cruz

Senator Ted Cruz completely annihilated Katie Couric during her extended interview with the presidential hopeful. It was amateur hour for Ms. Couric who was so utterly outclassed that she looked like she wanted to hide under the table.

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