What’s Really Behind #NeverTrump

I predicted that Donald Trump was going to win the GOP nomination before the Iowa caucus. I even predicted that he might run the table. While he didn’t run the table as I overly enthusiastically suggested at one point, he came closer to running the table than he did to imploding as all the smarts […]

Anaxagoras; or, When Words No Longer Have Meaning, "Snow is White" Becomes Morbid Eccentricity

Anaxagoras, c. 510 – 428 BC, Pre-Socratic Greek philosopher

Anaxagoras, c. 510 – 428 BC, Pre-Socratic Greek philosopher

The lasting legacy of Justice Antonin Scalia will be his articulation as to the metastasis of semantics from the bibliographic tradition into the “interpretive jiggery-pokery” consistent with word salad. […]

Real Men for Trump

Many rightish critics of our current political state of affairs assert that modern mass democracy does not breed true statesmen, and some of these sincere rightish critics point to the success of Donald Trump as a case in point. (I say sincere rightish critics because globalist donor class shills masquerading as movement conservatives who are […]

Why Trump?

Why not Trump? Oh I know all the bad, I have heard the arguments from self-proclaimed conservatives. These same conservatives are willing to not vote at all, or throw their vote away on a third party candidate who has no chance of winning. Either strategy is a vote for Hillary Clinton plain and simple. These […]

Trump Spokesperson Criticizes Romney for Being ‘Pro-Adoption.’ Is She a Racial Separatist?

rcsprtsIn a CNN interview on Friday, controversial Donald Trump spokesperson Katrina Pierson criticized Mitt Romney — who recently expressed doubts that he will vote for Trump in the presidential election — for being […]

I Hope Ted “Steals” It From “The People”

When masses of American voters are no longer interested in the “abstractions” and “intricacies” of their Constitution, our last hope may well be working the system beneath all the shouts and threats.

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Is Donald Trump Being Robbed? No, He’s Just Being Whiny.

Trump hairTrump’s decisive win Tuesday in his home state of New York makes a contested GOP convention a bit less likely, but there’s still a solid chance that he won’t win a majority of […]

An Anti-Trump Tennessean’s Take on “New York Values”

Trump and George Wallace Political Cartoon

Trump and George Wallace Political Cartoon

“I lived in New York City in Manhattan all my life. My views are a little different than if I lived in Iowa.” — Donald Trump, Interview with NBC’s Meet the Press host Tim Russert, October 24, 1999.

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The Constitution Party’s Donald Trump Dilemma

The Constitution Party’s National Convention kicks off tomorrow in Salt Lake City, Utah. There the CP will chose its 2016 nominee for President. More interestingly to many observers of third part dynamics, however, is how the CP will handle the Trump phenomenon.

First some background on this year’s Convention for those who do not follow […]

Yes, Madeline "Murray" Rogero: Boys Have a Penis, Girls Have a Vagina

Madeline Murray Rogero

One of my favorite movie scenes is from the 1990 comedy Kindergarten Cop starring Arnold Schwarzenegger. His character, an undercover cop, makes an immediate fool of himself interrogating his new students about their former teacher. A five year old young man […]

Sessions, not Ryan, Would be the Sensible Pick of a Brokered Convention

I have long believed that there is a global power elite that manipulates the political process to its advantage. This strikes me as a “no duh” assertion. What separates me from some of my more conspiratorial brethren, is that I don’t believe this power elite is omnipotent. They cannot foresee or control for every contingency. […]

Cruz’s Path to Victory After Wisconsin

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The Wisconsin Republican presidential primary takes place today, and it is looking like Ted Cruz will come in first. He is leading in all the polls there, although the lead […]

The Potential and Dangers of Free Trade Agreements Through the Eyes of Heidi Cruz

CFR Dissent by Heidi Cruz

“Additional and Dissenting Views,” Heidi S. Cruz wrote (pp. 33-34)

“Additional and Dissenting Views,” Heidi S. Cruz wrote (pp. 33-34)

Conservatives and libertarians are renowned for desiring the greatest possible autonomy with respect to the free market. This phenomena, in fact, aided in igniting “the shot […]

Why the Michelle Fields Flap Matters

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Many of us agree that the Fourth Estate deserves to have its collective face smacked—but the literal manhandling of a woman is always a shameful barbarity.

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The “Lyin’ Ted” Lie and Its Purveyors… or The Real Jack Kerwick

The recent Jack Kerwick column dismissing Cruz’s challenge to the DC establishment is fascinating for its incoherence.

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Conservatives Dont Own The Republican Party

The conservative base of the Republican Party cannot understand how Donald Trump has ascended to being the leading candidate for presidential nominee despite all evidence showing he isn’t conservative. Because they can’t understand it they are angry which is making them blind to a disastrous political mistake they are making.

The foundation of conservatives inability […]

Trump Candidacy’s Legacy of Division Already Settling In

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As the primary season winds down, the chasm opening up in conservative ranks is more surprising and distressing than any refinement of the Right/Left distinction.

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Anti-Establishment Conservatives Should Support Trump Over Cruz

Now that the Republican primary is essentially down to Donald Trump and Sen. Ted Cruz, it’s time for conservatives to give some serious thought to the choice they now face. I believe it is fair to say that both Trump and Cruz are anti-Establishment candidates, and both have tapped into the anger of voters who […]

The 'Art' of the Heel: Contemptibly Dishonorable or Irresponsible Person

Trump hairI remember it well. I was wiping down the kitchen counters when I heard his announcement on TV.

“He’s not serious,” I said to myself. “We go through this every four years. […]

Cruz, Trump, and Dixie: What Pundits Don’t Get About the South

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Donald Trump’s triumphant march through the South comes as no surprise to anyone who understands the nature of the Hispanic presence in southern towns and the “poor white” tradition of voting for the local strongman.

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Enough With The Low Information Slur

When did “low information” become the new political slur de jour? People need to stop. Even Ted Cruz, who should know better, foolishly used it to describe Donald Trump’s supporters. Well guess what, Einsteins, low information likely describes 95% of the voting population compared to political hobbyists who argue about politics on FaceBook, Twitter, political […]

Would You Still Support Donald Trump if You Knew He’d Said These Things?

Trump mocking disabled journalist - YouTubeWhen Donald Trump entered the Republican presidential race, many feared his penchant for off-the-wall statements would sink his chances. So far, they have had little effect, […]

Is the Trump Card the Race Card? ALIPAC Draws Spades and Passes Me Clubs

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We’re supposed to be angry, but we’re supposed to come together and not vilify our likely standard-bearer… and so on. How about a dose of honesty?

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Trump, Rubio and the Future of the Republic

trmp-rbYesterday, I went to the polls and voted for Marco Rubio. Despite his lackluster performance in several primaries and his inexperienced attempt to take on Donald Trump, I felt, like many others, that […]

Most Offensive Moment in GOP Debate History

rbcrzThe simple fact is… these globalist media controlled circuses we shamelessly call “debates” are much more akin to a cat fight at the local tavern, after a couple liquored up street hookers get […]







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