I’m sitting down on Election night with nothing to write for the following day. It’s a very strange feeling when I usually have so much to say. Heck, I have to make an effort to even attempt to get my podcasts under 20 minutes because I drone on so at times.
When I write an article, I struggle just to keep it under 750 words, most of time.
But now, as I sit here, staring at a computer screen, I have little to nothing to say. I have a myriad of thoughts and emotions, but nothing worth sharing as they are all just what ifs. What will we do if… What will they do if… What will Biden do if… What will Trump do if…, etc. read more
So this is what spineless Deep State Republicans do with their spare time. They make an insanely inane commercial and post it on Twitter knowing full well that regardless how factually inaccurate it is, the Twitter “fact-checkers” will never pull it down.
Try not to laugh as you read and then watch the commercial. But be mindful that this just demonstrates that it really is Trump and his supporters against the entire Washington establishment, both democrat and Republican – that as they accuse Trump, it is they who are so desperate to retain their power that they’ll make up anything – any lie – to thwart a second term of the man who wishes to drain the swamp in which they reside. read more
Although it is often overused by we on the right – I’m grateful to be an American. It sounds cheesy and jingoistic, but that doesn’t make it any less true, particularly when you study American history and what our forefathers had to go through to achieve it – that they weren’t just “privileged” white guys.
I wish I could travel back in time, not to change things, but to thank the founders for what they did – thank them for their foresight. Assure them that they did the right thing – that they didn’t sacrifice everything for nothing. That hundreds of years later at least some of us are still talking about it, still quoting them and trying to live their ideal.
I would assure them that all the crap they had to endure was not in vain – that they made a profound difference – and not just for us, but for the entire world. If it wasn’t for them, Earth would be even more awash in anarchy, despotism and dictatorships.
Our founders knew this all too well. They lived under a monarchy. The King and Parliament said – and you did. It was that simple. And they, England, could pretty much demand anything and the colonies were expected to comply. read more
Have you ever given a speech or even just been talking to someone, and all the sudden become tongue-tied? So much so that you end up mixing two words together or even two phrases? Well, in my opinion, that’s what Republican Florida gubernatorial candidate Ron DeSantis did, when he uttered the now infamous, “Monkey This Up.” It’s obvious, to me at least, that he combined “monkey around” and “muck this up,” but you be the judge whether or not he is a white nationalist, racist, colonialist, or just a guy who got tongue-tied.
from the Blaze:
GOP nominee Ron DeSantis said ‘monkey this up’ and the left went berserk. You already know why. read more
Perhaps I spent too much time on social media as Tuesday’s California primary results rolled in, but I was stunned by the negative reaction of the state’s most conservative voters. Some backers of gubernatorial candidate Travis Allen — a rabble-rousing Orange County Assemblyman who built his campaign around his support for the president — seemed reluctant to rally around John Cox, a San Diego-area businessman who had secured a boisterous endorsement from Donald Trump.
If Republicans are serious about rebuilding their brand in California, they need to recognize reality and make some important distinctions. Cox’s strong second-place showing in the state’s top-two primary system, whereby the top two vote-getters advance to general election regardless of party, is good news for the GOP and conservatives for various reasons. The president — no doubt urged to endorse Cox by Republican members of Congress — understood the importance of having an adult with some cross-party appeal as Republican standard-bearer as we head toward November. read more
In Unexpected Snub, California Democrats Refuse To Endorse Feinstein For Reelection
In a stunning – if not altogether unexpected – blow to long-time California Senator Dianne Feinstein, the top Democrat on the Senate Judiciary Committee, the California state Democratic Party opted not to endorse their own senior senator as she prepares to start campaigning to defend her seat in the 2018 midterms.
Delegates to the state party convention instead favored progressive state Senate leader Kevin de León, over Feinstein by a 54% to 37% margin, according to results, which were announced early Sunday. And while neither candidate reached the 60% threshold required to receive the party endorsement outright for 2018, de Leon’s camp claimed it as a profound victory. read more
What would these three say of the state of Virginia today? One writer suggest the Commonwealth just bequeath Arlington and Alexandria to Washington D.C.
from the American Spectator:
Well, we learned one thing on Election Day: Virginia is for louts. This should not stand. It cannot stand. We have a reform proposal. Don’t know why we didn’t think of it earlier.
In 1985, when we moved from our Indiana home to our nation’s capital area, Virginia was our logical destination: a low tax, right to work land of freedom abutting Democrat statism and big government to the north and east. But that was then. Three plus decades later, the swamps of DC have spilled over all of our habitat in northern Virginia. In these conditions, government has mushroomed and poisoned the commonwealth, and the corresponding demographic boom of like-minded actors and their servitors has altered the indigenous character of what was once a swell Southern state. The end result we saw on Tuesday: a state whose voting habits are now more akin to California’s than to the Virginia of our forefathers. Demography is destiny? That’s what they’d like you to think. read more
What a shocker. Hillary wants to dump the Electoral College because she won the popular vote. Frankly, with the recent revelations about all the election fraud, I’m not convinced she did that.
from the Blaze:
Hillary Clinton kicks off her book tour of her memoir of the 2016 presidential campaign titled, “What Happened,” at the Barnes & Noble in Union Square on Tuesday in New York. Clinton said she believes the Electoral College should be eliminated. (Timothy A. Clary/AFP/Getty Images)
Host Anderson Cooper noted that Clinton refers to the “godforsaken Electoral College” in her new memoir about the election, titled, “What Happened.” read more
In case you haven’t noticed, the left is in full panic mode. They are rapidly losing what was thought not long ago to be an iron grip on American politics and culture. But Heir Obama has squandered their historic pre-eminence, preferring to concentrate only on his legacy. I suppose we should thank him for this.
Americans have what seems to be a penchant for concentrating only on presidential elections. Maybe because it’s easy. We have two, maybe up to four choices for the office, and that’s it. It requires almost no effort on the part of the electorate to decide between two candidates. read more