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Outrage Disparity: How Much Will the Media let the Left Get Away With?

Every election comes with heavy doses of mudslinging, backbiting, and dirty laundry pilferage. This election is no different. We’ve seen it the heaviest with Trump and all the trumped up charges about his supposed bigotry and cherry picked stories about his less than spectacular business ventures. But there’s something about the disparity between the ways … Continue reading “Outrage Disparity: How Much Will the Media let the Left Get Away With?”

The Strange Death of Antonin Scalia

As most people know, U.S. Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia died recently in Texas on the morning of February 13, 2016. His death has set off a political firestorm that has only begun to burn in the already heated environment of Washington, D.C. As the tie-breaking conservative voter on the court, Scalia often enabled 5-4 … Continue reading “The Strange Death of Antonin Scalia”

If Trump Is the GOP Nominee, Who Will Be His VP?

With the GOP nomination race in full swing, and a winnowing list of candidates, Donald Trump has by far taken the lead in terms of popular support and delegates. Some GOP insiders are saying it appears all but certain that he’ll capture the nomination at the party’s convention in Cleveland in July. Whether or not … Continue reading “If Trump Is the GOP Nominee, Who Will Be His VP?”

Scalia’s Replacement Could Be an Obamaist Or A Conservative Mentioned In This Article

Obviously, most of the readers of this article prefer that a conservative replace conservative icon Antonin Scalia as the next Supreme Court justice. When you look at the list of conservatives who are on the shortlist of prospective nominees by a Republican president, you can see why the Republican majority in the U.S. Senate should … Continue reading “Scalia’s Replacement Could Be an Obamaist Or A Conservative Mentioned In This Article”

The Psychological Methods of Donald Trump

Over the last four or five months, spectators of the Republican presidential nomination race have watched with awe, joy or disgust as Donald Trump has gone from media curiosity to the frontrunner’s position, with double-digit leads over his competitors in many states. In fact, at this point, some party insiders have begun to whisper that … Continue reading “The Psychological Methods of Donald Trump”

Prediction Wizard Says Trump has a 99% Chance of Being the Next President

Get your noise-makers and party poppers ready Trump supporters… Apparently we can now tell you with absolute certainty that Donald Trump will be the next President of the United States! Well maybe not just yet, but even many liberals are conceding. It’s an exciting time to be a Republican folks. We have watched Obama for … Continue reading “Prediction Wizard Says Trump has a 99% Chance of Being the Next President”

Feeling the Bern: Does Bernie Sanders Have a Shot at the Democratic Nomination?

Since the beginning of his presidential campaign in 2015, Bernie Sanders, the junior senator from Vermont and the only self-identified political independent in the U.S. Senate, has traveled along a remarkable trajectory; he’s gone from being a far-left, long-shot candidate with scant public support to a media darling and frontrunner in at least one national … Continue reading “Feeling the Bern: Does Bernie Sanders Have a Shot at the Democratic Nomination?”

The Outlook For The 2016 U.S. Senate Elections Part II

This article is Part II of a 2-part series analyzing the 34 U.S. Senate elections in November, 2016. Currently, the Republicans control the Senate with 54 seats to 44 for the Democrats and two held by Democratic-leaning independents Bernie Sanders (Vt.) and Angus King (Maine). The 2016 Senate elections are particularly important because there is … Continue reading “The Outlook For The 2016 U.S. Senate Elections Part II”

The Politics of Hollywood: Liberal, Conservative, or Somewhere in Between?

To those who know Hollywood, the political leanings of its stars and studio heads are often not all that mysterious, as fundraisers and endorsements quickly reveal which side of the fence famous thespians and executives lie on. Every now and then, however, an actor or a renegade player comes out of left field with a … Continue reading “The Politics of Hollywood: Liberal, Conservative, or Somewhere in Between?”

The Outlook For The 2016 U.S. Senate Elections Part I

The stunning and tragic news about the sudden death of U.S. Supreme Court Judge Antonin Scalia was a stark reminder about the importance of the U.S. Senate. During the first two years of the Obama Administration, there were 58 to 60 Democrats in the Senate, including two independents who caucused with the Democrats — Bernie … Continue reading “The Outlook For The 2016 U.S. Senate Elections Part I”