The case for Carly Fiorina

From Paul Mirengoff on Powerline: A case for Carly Fiorina Our friend Dave Begley has been running the rule over the Republican presidential field as it passes through Council Bluffs, Iowa and other venues not far from Omaha, Nebraska where Dave resides. We are proud to have featured his excellent reports on Power Line. Now, …

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Affirmative Action and the voting patterns of Asian and Jewish Americans

From The Economist, via Robert Stacey Stacy McCain: The model minority is losing patience Asian-Americans are the United States’ most successful minority, but they are complaining ever more vigorously about discrimination, especially in academia Oct 3rd 2015 | From the print edition Michael Wang, a young Californian, came second in his class of 1,002 students; …

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Two stories, and two points, from The Wall Street Journal.

The first story: Big Tax Cuts, and Deep Deficits, Seen in Donald Trump’s Plan By John D. McKinnon | September 29, 2015 @ 1452 EDT Donald Trump’s tax plan would cut taxes by far more than other presidential candidates’ proposals, but that also means it would deepen deficits by more – at least $10 trillion …

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The left are not happy with the fiscal cliff bill, either, and they have reason to not be happy

From : On the Left, Seeing Obama Giving Away Too Much, Again By Peter Baker | Published: January 1, 2013 WASHINGTON — For President Obama, the fiscal deal passed by Congress on Tuesday finally ends four years of debate with Republicans about raising tax rates on the wealthy. But it seemed to reopen a debate …

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Mitt Romney tells the truth

From Romney: GOP ‘Let People Down’ on Budget By Sara Murray CINCINNATI—Mitt Romney said Saturday that his party had fallen short on its fiscal promises even as he campaigned alongside a top Republican congressional leader. “We’re going to finally have to do something that Republicans have spoken about for a long time and for a …

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More Information On Artur Davis (Already Available For TBD Viewers)

For those of you who don’t know about Artur Davis, he was a Democrat member of the Congressional Black Caucus, and a Representative from the great state of Alabama. He lost his bid to become the Democrat Governor of Alabama, and this year, having moved from Alabama to Virginia, has also moved from Democrat to …

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MSNBC Spreads Its Socialist Lies

Who among you remembers when MSNBC was frothing at the mouth about the TEA Partier in Arizona who had the unmitigated gall to wear an “assault rifle” on his back out in the open, in a crowd? Do you remember how MSNBC was telling all ten of its viewers that was undeniable proof of the …

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Paul Ryan, Our Next Vice President

*The Editor declared this would be the case. It is so.   Just an hour ago, Mitt Romney announced Representative Paul Ryan as his running-mate. It was one of the wisest decisions Mitt Romney could make, as Paul Ryan is a bona fide TEA Party Commonsense Constitutional Conservative and already has a Budget blueprint that …

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