Posts Tagged ‘ Bill Clinton ’

Ted Cruz Hits The Big Apple (GMA Town Hall)

Ted Cruz Hits The Big Apple (GMA Town Hall)

I had the dubious honor of being invited to participate in Good Morning America’s first presidential town hall Monday morning, featuring Senator Cruz and his wife Heidi. Although I did not learn anything new, the experience did reaffirm some preexisting beliefs about both the news media-particularly, the way it frames narratives-as well as Ted...
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Election Night Returns

Election Night Returns

Update: Trump carries both Michigan and Mississippi. Tim Carney breaks down the delegate chase. Listen to coverage of the four crucial primary and caucus outcomes on Newsmax TV. Plus, some great interviews of political insiders by former 77-WABC host Steve Malzburg.
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Post-New Hampshire Analysis

    Even though the political obituaries of the Clinton dynasty are already being written, it should be noted that due to the undemocratic nature of the Democratic Party primary process she is still ahead of her socialist opponent, Senator Sanders. So don’t expect Hillary to obligingly accept another unexpected defeat at the hands...
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The Road To The White House

The Road To The White House

I realize my thoughts on the upcoming presidential race have not been expressed too often on this site-despite the Iowa Caucuses being less than 2 weeks away-but I have written an essay about how I think the next few months will unfold.
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Civil Rights Heroes

Civil Rights Heroes

For a party which purports to have the best interests of African-Americans at heart, and which lobbies tirelessly for their votes-when it’s convenient, it should be noted-the Democrats have a shocking lack of empathy for black Americans. At least, those in the working class who are seeking gainful employment while competing against millions of...
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The Elephant in the Room

  Unsurprisingly, the most important domestic issue of our time was completely ignored during last night’s Democratic presidential debate. Numbers USA and Roy Beck, as usual, did a great job highlighting the negative consequences of mass immigration, even if the pathetic moderators working for ABC News let the candidates skate on this subject. What...
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Make Way For Hillary

Make Way For Hillary

Although technically outside this website’s purview, I feel compelled to touch upon Hillary Clinton’s painfully uncomfortable press conference yesterday. You can watch it in its entirety courtesy of Fox News, but I would also suggest reading a surprisingly good analysis of the speech published, oddly enough, in the Los Angeles Times. What makes this event,...
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Personal and Public Ethics

Personal and Public Ethics

The resignation of John Kitzhaber should come as no surprise to those of us who’ve been monitoring the career of both he and his inamorata, whose recent past includes the disclosure of immigration fraud. A revelation that dovetailed perfectly with this particular couple’s militant open borders activism, including an ACLU-endorsed campaign to invest illegal...
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Michael Malice For The Hour

Although most of you are at least partially familiar with the work of Brooklyn author and Fox Business pundit Michael Malice, there’s always more to learn. Which is why I decided to sit down with him this week and pick his mind about topics ranging from the calculated inhumanity of the Kim Dynasty to...
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Inside The Mind Of A “Mad Man”

Inside The Mind Of A “Mad Man”

Update: Here’s a link to a somewhat more concise review I did for Goodreads.  One of the most common critiques of contemporary American society, and Western culture more broadly, is its purported enthrallment to the opiate of celebrity. The notion that ordinary Americans are so dumbfounded by popular entertainment that they can’t understand linear,...
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