Much of the chaos we see in America today is designed to stop President Trump from dismantling the federal system of rampant waste, dishonesty, and bullying. The largest “swamp” he must drain is the embedded federal bureaucracy.
Election Night Report: Donald Trump is keeping it tight in swing states, prepare for an all-night nail biter
The pre-election narrative was practically a coronation for the new queen Crooked Hillary, the only problem being the vote totals aren’t turning out that way.
Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump are in close races in two key battleground states, according to new CNN/ORC polls. In Pennsylvania, Clinton is favored by 45 percent of likely voters while Trump is backed by 44 percent, according to the poll. In Colorado, Trump is favored by 42 percent of likely voters in the new poll and Clinton is backed by 41 percent.
That the entire political system is rigged to favor Clinton is self-evident, but now Trump confidant Roger Stone has published a column in DC’s political journal The Hill documenting how elections can be rigged and the evidence that some actually have been rigged.
The Washington Examiner has selected 13 key counties to watch in eight target states with 114 electoral votes that have been seriously contested in recent elections. Each county has the potential to indicate who will carry these states.
As a succession of establishment Republican names, such as Gov. Chris Christie, Sen. Bob Corker, Sen. John Thune and Gov. John Kasich, have surfaced as potential VP nominees, and been knocked-down by conservatives, one conservative darkhorse -- Pennsylvania's Rick Santorum keeps popping back up. Click here to vote in our final pre-convention VP poll.
Republicans may not be committing political hyperbole this year when they say their presidential candidate can win Pennsylvania, experts say. And it all comes down to tweaking the margins in existing red counties rather than flipping traditionally blue counties.
What Trump is demanding is that the referees call the game in the middle of the fourth quarter; we disagree and think the teams should play until the delegates vote and the clock runs out at the Republican National Convention in Cleveland.
"Republican" Rep. Charles Dent (PA-15) made clear in an interview with CNN he doesn’t want a Republican-controlled Congress – he wants a bipartisan governing majority that will keep spending, and maintain its power by engaging in lies and show votes. It is time conservatives ran a real Republican against Charles Dent, one who will fight for conservative principles, such as reining in the spending, deficit and debt that are destroying our economy, and most importantly, committing to vote for a Republican for Speaker.
A Pennsylvania Christian bridal shop owner who refused to provide wedding gowns to a lesbian couple because of her religious beliefs was bullied by the lesbians on Facebook, where their post about the shop owner’s refusal to serve them went viral.
While the Senate looks to be breaking in one direction, gubernatorial mansions across the country appear poised to swap parties. Republicans have a batch of vulnerable governors, but none are as embattled as those in Pennsylvania, Maine, and Florida.
The tide of revolt rising across the nation has now swept a conservative (Scott Wagner) to a write-in victory in an obscure Penn. state Senate race with 48% of the vote. This can easily mean the elections of 2014 are going to be a big deal.
Long-time incumbent PA state Rep. Glen Grell, R-87, is being challenged by pizza delivery man, Chris Nelson. Nelson’s platform leans on the principles spelled out in Mark Levin’s “The Liberty Amendments: Restoring the American Republic.”
Establishment Republicans out in the states talk a good game, but when it comes to actually letting the market work – especially the health care and health insurance markets – they often end-up with the same kind of policies that Obama and the Democrats on Capitol Hill have adopted.
The GOP plans to make Obamacare a campaign issue in '14; the House plans two anti-OCare votes Fri. But in the states, the Medicaid expansion, worth billions, has proved attractive to nearly a dozen GOP governors.