The Republican presidential candidate who has done the most to attack Obysmalcare

One of the reasons that I have been more in favor of candidates like Scott Walker, Rick Perry and Carly Fiorina is that I look for candidates who have actually done something, as opposed to those who say that they are going to get something done, if only they are given the opportunity. Senators and …

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Some good news for Carly Fiorina But it is dramatically outweighed by the bad

From USAToday: Survey finds conservative Millennials favor Carly Fiorina By Collin Brennan, Christopher Newport University November 23, 2015 9:00 am Despite her falling poll numbers, businesswomen Carly Fiorina has one group of GOP voters in her corner. G2 Analytics, an analytics platform that allows users to give real-time feedback during live or recorded events, and the …

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The #DemocraticDebate The candidates argue over whom will surrender the fastest

From The New York Times: Rivals at Democratic Debate Attack Hillary Clinton By Amy Chozick and Jonathan Martin | November 14, 2015 Hillary Rodham Clinton, who had set out to use the second Democratic presidential debate to portray herself as the strongest potential commander in chief while France reeled from terror attacks, instead found herself …

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I got to see the doctor right away! And that's because I use the private health care system

For some unknown reason, I developed some significant pain in the pall of my right foot last Friday. I was simply toughing it out, when my darling bride (of 36 years, 5 months and 24 days) noticed it and insisted that I make an appointment to see the doctor. She’s a registered nurse, so I …

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The Great Debate The solution to most of our problems is simple, but none of the candidates have addressed it

From The Wall Street Journal: Republican Debate Analysis: A Pivot to Policy From Personality Elected officials get a chance to reassert themselves over anti-establishment campaigns By Janet Hook | November 11, 2015 12:01 a.m. ET Republican presidential candidates decided to try something different Tuesday in the latest nationally televised debate: focus on policy. After three …

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Who knew that the Speaker of the House in Kentucky was as stupid as Amanda Marcotte?

Yesterday’s election results bothered the lovely Miss Marcotte no end! These are not the only nuts: Tea Party governors and anti-LGBT statutes win when we stupidly stay home How did conservatives crush a popular anti-discrimination ordinance in Houston? Urban legends and low voter turnout By Amanda Marcotte | Wednesday, November 4, 2015 | 11:14 AM …

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Common sense and normality win in Houston

From the Pirate’s Cove: Houston Voters Say No To Houston LGBT Ordinance William Teach | November 4, 2015 – 7:26 am A win for common sense and rationality: (NY Times) A yearlong battle over gay and transgender rights that turned into a costly, ugly war of words between this city’s lesbian mayor and social conservatives …

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Ben Carson surges to the lead The obvious question: will it last?

From The Wall Street Journal: Ben Carson Vaults to Lead in Latest Journal/NBC Poll Retired neurosurgeon overtakes Donald Trump for lead among Republican presidential candidates By Patrick O’Connor | November 2, 2015 | 6:30 p.m. ET Retired neurosurgeon Ben Carson has overtaken businessman Donald Trump as the top pick of Republican primary voters to be …

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Donald Trump says that only Donald Trump should be allowed to run for President

At CNBC debate, Donald Trump denounces super PACs, rivals who rely on them October 28, 2015 A lot of Republicans at Wednesday night’s debate lobbed criticism at Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.), the self-described democratic socialist running for the Democratic presidential nomination. But it turns out that Donald Trump and Sanders have something in common: Neither …

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It’s just a shame that the people now have more of a voice! The patricians don't like the plebeians one little bit!

From Breitbart: Mitt Romney: Demise of Legacy Media Empowering Conservative ‘Insurgents,’ Preventing More ‘Collaborative Action’ By Tony Lee | October 20, 2015 Failed GOP presidential nominee Mitt Romney lamented that the demise of traditional media is empowering Republican “insurgents” and preventing establishment Republicans from compromising more with Democrats. As the Republican establishment is trying convince …

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