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The Reality TV Show President

I have never followed or cared about reality TV. It was obvious early on that it was scripted and edited. You don’t get good video by accident. You don’t get good audio by accident. Mikes must be placed. Light must … Continue reading

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Steve Deace on Roy Moore

Steve Deace NAILS it. He lays the groundwork for what I’ve been saying and feeling all along. If Moore is guilty, then let justice be done. However, I don’t convict on the basis of accusations. I wait for evidence to … Continue reading

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An Impossible Standard of Purity

If my previous post about how the national GOP is conspiring to destroy the candidacy of Roy Moore wasn’t explicit enough, let me break it down a little bit further to the strategy level. The idea here, by holding up … Continue reading

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Political Assassination

This is how it’s done, folks: when a Republican defies the liberal GOP leadership, first you have the president and the Senate leader support his opponent. When that fails, then you partner with liberal newspapers to create/play up rumors from … Continue reading

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Why the GOP is not a National Party

In short, because Republicans are afraid of their own principles. They claim things to get elected, and when the voters give them the world — the Senate, the House, and the Presidency, still, they can do nothing. Ben Shapiro lays … Continue reading

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Now I Am Free

This weekend, I left the Republican party. I have been in the party since the days of Reagan and I have seen it make good decisions and bad decisions, but I have never seen the level of political skulduggery exhibited … Continue reading

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The Worst Has Arrived

I was genuinely surprised by the election results, because I thought that distaste for Trump was high. It was, but not in the way I expected. The man got less votes overall than McCain in 2008 and Romney in 2012; … Continue reading

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