Howard Dean has a long résumé. He was the longest-serving governor in Vermont’s history. As a presidential candidate in 2004, he pioneered the online fundraising and organizing methods that later helped elect Barack Obama. He went on to serve as chairman of the Democratic National Committee. Despite his accomplishments, though, he is best known for […]
Rubio dog whistled; Trump air-horned.
If you've been watching the psychotic roll out of the Iowa caucuses or just any of the latest election news, you may have noticed that Hillary Clinton's campaign has been appropriately blasting Rachel Platten's "Fight Song" when she takes the stage. Show More Summary
Up until this week, pretty much everyone would have said that they liked Ben Carson, and that he was clearly a nice, decent man – regardless of whether they thought voting for him for President was a good idea or not. His response to...Show More Summary
Nothing illustrates the primary difference between Bernie Sanders and Hillary Clinton better than the following Huffington Post article by Brad Johnson titled On Eve of Caucuses, Clinton Rakes in Fracking Cash: Less than a week before...Show More Summary
Morning Must Reads: February 4
'When he got off Air Force One, I did shake his hand'
Well, why not? DeRay McKesson, who lived in Minneapolis before he became a full-time paid protester in Ferguson, Missouri when... The post Deray McKesson – Who Led Violent Protest Movement in Baltimore – Is Running for Mayor There appeared first on The Gateway Pundit.
Alexander Billet on Donald Trump and the Aesthetics of Fascism: The crisp, angular uniforms for party members cranked out by the thousands, the massive orchestrated rallies, the technologically innovative films of Leni Riefenstahl—these are all perfect examples of how fascism aestheticized politics to its own end. Show More Summary
INSTAVISION: I Talk With Amy Alkon: Campus Rape: Are the Accused Being Treated Unfairly?
Readers of the New York Times’ website late on the night of the Iowa caucus results were treated to a shifty bit of cognitive dissonance. “Cruz Wins in Iowa, Dealing Trump a Humbling Loss,” read the banner headline. Immediately below,...Show More Summary
Guest post by Patch Adams Barack Obama hid the Jesus symbol during his speech at Georgetown. But Obama allowed the... The post Obama Hid “Jesus” at Catholic University – But Allows “Allah” to Be Widely Displayed During Islamic Center Speech appeared first on The Gateway Pundit.
Apparently 27.6 percent of Iowa Republican caucus-goers -- 51,666 people -- think Senator Ted Cruz of Texas should be President of the United States. That made him the biggest winner coming out of Iowa, heading into the crucial New Hampshire primary. Heaven help us if Ted Cruz becomes President. Show More Summary
Alan Grayson got endorsed by a guy who wants to put Barack Obama on trial for TREASON against Gaia. The post You won’t believe which crazy person endorsed Alan Grayson yes that’s a lie. appeared first on RedState.
Sen. Marco Rubio’s rivals in the “establishment lane” of the Republican primary are not impressed with Sen. Marco Rubio’s third place finish in Iowa. “I listened to Marco’s speech last night. You would’ve thought he won,” Christie said in New Hampshire on Tuesday. Show More Summary
So much for the (slightly) more humble Donald Trump that we saw Monday night when he lost the Republican Iowa caucus vote to Ted Cruz, the darling of many conservatives who seems more like Charles Dickens’ Uriah Heep to many other voters. And if there was any semblance of the early election cycle bromance between [...]Show More Summary
If wunderkind Paul Ryan thought he was going to be able to reason with the House "Freedom" caucus on passing the budget, he was sorely mistaken. Here's a glimpse of how his Tuesday soda, beer, and all-things-snacky meeting went withShow More Summary
WHY ARE CORPORATIONS INCREASINGLY LEFTIST? Because the people who run them are. In the case of the oil industry, as Katherine Mangu-Ward of Reason noted a decade ago, in the 1990s, “environmental activists across the nation bought their own ties and started dealing with corporations as almost-equal partners in planet saving. Businesses in turn learned […]
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=coDDZHZfcfc By, Nadia Watson Last week, the Supreme Court finally agreed to hear the case on whether or not President Obama is within his legal right to declare millions of undocumented immigrants free to work in the U.S. Show More Summary
With voters seeking a fresh face, the 2012 Republican runner-up never had a chance.