The Only Way to Stop Hillary Clinton for 07/01/2016

What is most probable in 2016 and more obvious each day is that with Donald Trump as the Republican nominee, Hillary Clinton will be the next president of the...

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We Must Rethink Guns for 06/24/2016

How many children were gunned down in Newtown, CT? Then there was Aurora, CO, where a gunman went into a theater and began shooting the place up. In Orlando,...

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Why Does an American Become a Terrorist? for 06/17/2016

Superficially, I am sure there are lots of answers for why an American citizen might decide to affiliate with ISIS and become a terrorist. But I think deep down,...

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It’s Me! I’m Here. Come See Me in Denver.

Ladies and gentlemen, boys and girls, I’m back!!! I’m back for a special purpose. I’ve intentionally wanted to stay a way a while just to let Leon stretch his...

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Let the Games Begin for 06/10/2016

The three major political parties have their candidates now for the general election. The ad war is starting in earnest. The most qualified of the three candidates is a...

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Hell in 140 Characters or Less for 06/03/2016

In January of 2007, I joined a new web service that had all sorts of technical problems. It was called Twitter. In 140 characters or less, I could share...

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Rape Culture Goes Potty for 05/27/2016

Marshall University, like many other universities, takes "rape culture" seriously. What is rape culture? According to Marshall University on its website, "Rape Culture is an environment in which rape...

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The Surrender of Principle for 05/20/2016

This past week, a group of conservatives were invited to meet Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg in California. Facebook scrambled to do damage control over a story that suggested conservatives...

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The Unfolding Disaster for 05/13/2016

In Nebraska Tuesday night, with only Donald Trump still running for the Republican nomination, 40 percent of Nebraska's Republican voters voted against him. In the last two weeks, Donald...

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Republicans, Apologize to Bill Clinton for 05/06/2016

Upon arrival in Washington, DC in January of 1993, Bill and Hillary Clinton found themselves in a never-ending independent counsel investigation. The investigation began over a land deal that...

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The Only Way to Stop Hillary Clinton for 07/01/2016

What is most probable in 2016 and more obvious each day is that with Donald Trump as the Republican nominee, Hillary Clinton will be the next president of the United States. There is too much on the line for us to let that happen. The Supreme Court decisions in the past two weeks prove it. But to stop Hillary Clinton from becoming President, Republicans must stop Donald Trump from becoming the Republican nominee. Trump as the nominee makes it vastly more likely that Hillary Clinton will become president.

No amount of calls for rallying to Trump’s banner will help him. The Republican Party is already the smaller of the two major political parties. Even if all the Republicans who oppose him — myself included —should suddenly support him, it would not be enough. His negatives are over 70 percent. He hovers around 30 percent in the polls. His fundraising is anemic. He is prone to gaffes of extraordinary size. He has no campaign apparatus to turn people out in November and his campaign surrogates have no compelling message to convert the undecided to supporters.

In the past 24 public opinion polls, Trump has lost all but one. For those who say variants of, “everybody said he’d lose in the primaries and look what happened,” they should be reminded that those of us, myself included, who did say that chose to ignore the polling in the primaries. The polling was right in the primaries. The polling is right headed into the general election as well.

Updated: Fri Jul 01, 2016

We Must Rethink Guns for 06/24/2016

How many children were gunned down in Newtown, CT? Then there was Aurora, CO, where a gunman went into a theater and began shooting the place up. In Orlando, FL, two weeks ago, roughly 50 people were murdered. All of these shootings are overshadowed by…

It’s Me! I’m Here. Come See Me in Denver.

Ladies and gentlemen, boys and girls, I’m back!!! I’m back for a special purpose. I’ve intentionally wanted to stay a way a while just to let Leon stretch his legs. I cannot tell you how proud I am of him and the team at RedState. They have established their own identity and the site continues to grow despite the claims of the Trumpkins. But here’s | Read More »

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Let the Games Begin for 06/10/2016

The three major political parties have their candidates now for the general election. The ad war is starting in earnest. The most qualified of the three candidates is a two term Republican governor of New Mexico whose running mate is the former Republi…

Hell in 140 Characters or Less for 06/03/2016

In January of 2007, I joined a new web service that had all sorts of technical problems. It was called Twitter. In 140 characters or less, I could share thoughts and eventually pictures about my day, the news or whatever struck my fancy. I could, in 14…

Rape Culture Goes Potty for 05/27/2016

Marshall University, like many other universities, takes “rape culture” seriously. What is rape culture? According to Marshall University on its website, “Rape Culture is an environment in which rape is prevalent and in which sexual violence against wo…

The Surrender of Principle for 05/20/2016

This past week, a group of conservatives were invited to meet Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg in California. Facebook scrambled to do damage control over a story that suggested conservatives were being censored on Facebook. The specific allegation, made b…

The Unfolding Disaster for 05/13/2016

In Nebraska Tuesday night, with only Donald Trump still running for the Republican nomination, 40 percent of Nebraska’s Republican voters voted against him. In the last two weeks, Donald Trump has publicly declared that he does not need the Republican …