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A Wasted Vote

One of the arguments of peer pressure is, “Don’t waste your vote.” The reasoning is that voting for A helps B win, so you cannot, in good conscience, vote your conscience. You must go along with the crowd in order … Continue reading

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Flushing the Parasites

Patterico nails it. Therein, he makes the case that Cruz should win the primary outright, or at least be in the lead by the time he hits the convention. He raises a good point about the uncertainty involved in a … Continue reading

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He Who Cannot Be Bought

If the threat is to the Constitution itself, then those who place it front and center are the natural targets. This is an existential political crisis. It is not about who gets paid, who gets to the feeding trough, who … Continue reading

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Sarah Palin’s Credibility, R.I.P

Sarah Palin has been quiet for some time, quiet as in uninvolved in politics. When she showed up recently, it was to endorse Donald Trump. That itself, though a foolish choice, was one I and others chalked up to differences … Continue reading

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Accepting Less to Win

Why is it that those who pontificate about political races think that conservatives cannot win, when a good third (more or less) of the country identifies as such? Note that this is more than the percent which identifies as liberal. … Continue reading

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Fraticide

It disheartens me to see conservatives downing arguably the most conservative candidate in the presidential race, but I have started to grasp that not all who claim friendship are friends. At least some part of the GOP is so angry … Continue reading

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