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  • Republican field
    Why a year away is too late to decide to run for president
    The field is weak with few prepared to become president.Both political parties are guilty of having failed to properly prepare a slate of candidates for president. They have both missed the mark on timeliness. What is this so?Think about what a...
  • Meg Whitman
    Can any Republican candidate beat Hillary?
    Let’s assume that Hillary Clinton declares her intentions to campaign for President, and that her party gives to her the nomination. What that means are these things:Hillary has decided that she can win.Hillary has decided that being...
  •  Is the Keystone XL pipeline going to be a positive or a negative win?
    Is the Keystone XL pipeline going to be a positive or a negative win?
    The Senate passed its bill in favor of building the Keystone pipeline with a vote of 62 to 36 in approval. Included in that vote were nine Democrats who joined 53 Republicans in passing the bill. The passage now sends the measure back to the House...
  • Jeb Bush
    Here's why Jeb Bush will be the Republican nominee in 2016
    In less than two years, the United States will hold an election to determine the 45th president in the nation's history. While it's almost a forgone conclusion that Hillary Clinton will represent the Democratic party, the field appears to...
  • Louie Gohmert on abortion
    GOP Rep. thinks a rape exception for abortion is a bad thing, blames women
    A Republican backed anti-abortion bill was expected to pass with ease through the House of Representatives, but things didn't go as planned. After many Republican women balked and voted against it, the bill fell apart and put a divide in the...
  • Plethora of candidates
    GOP: The unelectable party
    How can you say that the GOP is unelectable when they control both chambers of Congress? Understanding American voters is a complex challenge that involves some creative analysis that is sometimes substantiated with data, but not always. Analysis...
  •  Cure by tweaking may be resolve for Keystone XL pipeline infection or obsession
    Cure by tweaking may be resolve for Keystone XL pipeline infection or obsession
    The battle rages on, tit for tat, argument to argument and rulings to laws. In a recent article entitled, “Senate rejects effort to ban Keystone XL-pipeline exports” by DINA CAPPIELLO (Associated Press), it stats that the Republican...
  • Dusty Rhodes
    Pro wrestling promo perfectly shows the difference between Democrats and the GOP
    Sometimes it takes a unique form of entertainment to explain what is going on around the world. Following the most recent State of the Union address, it was evident that some explaining was needed.The two main political parties in the United...
  • Speaker John Boehner
    Speaker John Boehner may be guilty of treason
    Just when one believes Republican Speaker of the House John Boehner couldn't possibly go any lower he proves all of his critics wrong by stooping so low his actions may bring charges of treason. Why? Follow me.On Jan. 21 it was announced that...
  • Ted Cruz
    Is this what America voted for: Red-faced Congress
    It is going to take more than a small group of Republican women to straighten out this Congress. Actually, it is too late. American voters too another risky gamble by installing a “red” Congress and now they are getting a two-prong...
  • GOP frontrunners Romney and Bush met together to discuss 2016
    Romney Bush meeting leads to no solutions, both still intent on running in 2016
    In what must have been a very awkward meeting, Mitt Romney and Jeb Bush,who are considering running for the Republican presidential nomination in 2016, got together on Thursday, Jan. 22, 2015 in Salt Lake City, Utah. The former Florida governor...
  • DEMS are smart, but REPS might be smarter in 2016
    DEMS are smart, but REPS might be smarter in 2016
    Agree with your adversary quickly seems to be the tone of most conservative Republicans of late as they have finagled their way to “owning” congress with majorities in both chambers and undoubtedly, as far as the White House in 2016---...
  • John Boehner.jpg
    Republicans Deliberately Alienate Latino Voters
    Under Speaker John Boehner's leadership, the House of Representatives has voted to overturn each and every one of President Obama's executive actions on immigration, and this puts millions of immigrants – men, women, and even...
  • Trump will likely seek GOP nomination this fall
    Trump: Was Benghazi the result of incompetence or something more sinister?
    Let's not even speculate about whether or not Donald Trump will seek the GOP presidential nomination this fall. It's obvious he intends to run or he would not have been at the 2015 Tea Party Convention in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina...
  • Ben Carson receives standing ovation at Tea Party convention
    Doctor Ben Carson to Tea Party audience: “I believe in right and wrong”
    In the age of “I'm okay, you're okay, anything goes,” it was refreshing to hear Doctor Ben Carson state that he believes there is right and wrong in this world, and not everything can be placed in a gray area. He began his...