Here are four things I wish the other GOP candidates said to Donald Trump in last night’s debate:
In 1992, the first time a Clinton ran for a first term as president, the mantra was “The Economy, Stupid,” coined by James Carville. In 2016, the economy, a wheezing, foaming horse that’s been beat to death since 2008’s collapse, is under every candidate’s whip, but it’s not the mantra this time around. Donald Trump… [Read More]
During the 1980 presidential campaign, Reagan cultivated a following of disaffected Democrats, known as “Reagan Democrats.” The cross-over vote almost certainly helped Reagan crush Jimmy Carter at the polls. Now, Jeb Bush is developing his own cadre of “Bush Democrats” but this crop sports more than just blue politics—their attraction to Bush is because of… [Read More]
If San Francisco wants to be a sanctuary city, America should let them have it and wave goodbye as the last federal employee turns out the lights. Sen. Rand Paul wants to pass a law cutting off all funding for so-called “sanctuary cities,” and that’s an idea firmly grounded in moral, practical, and legal paradigms.
Rand Paul sells libertarian crack. The Kentucky Senator deals in a designer drug of anarchism so powerful that it flows equally well in the ruby red arteries of liberty-leaning Republicans, as well as the deep blue veins of liberal Democrats.
Republican power broker Eric Cantor was soundly defeated in Virginia’s GOP primary by bespectacled economics professor David Brat, a Tea-Party backed candidate who ran a shoestring campaign focusing Cantor’s support for illegal immigrant amnesty. Rep. Bratt now serves in Congress, proving the point that all politics is local, and reminding those in the beltway that Mr…. [Read More]
Thank you, Rand Paul, for sticking it to The Woman. The AP threw him “the question” on abortion Wednesday during his NH campaign swing, and Rand threw it right back.