Bernie Sanders isn't the sharpest knife in the drawer, but he makes up for it with comedic idiocy. This is a topic that really exposes how clueless and subservient Marxists are.
In this first installment of a series, I'll focus on a few general principles. I want to lay out the groundwork for an in-depth study of the fundamental differences between the Left and the Right in modern American politics. Future installments will address more specific issues.
Obama is attempting to turn the Democrat party completely Marxist, and promote it in all 50 states. I'm excited about this, because it will kill Marxism even more.
Right now, there is a major story in my hometown of Sacramento regarding the Oroville Dam. If anyone wants to see controlled panic, this is a perfect example of California's Marxist politics and its byproduct of ignoring infrastructure.
For the Left, everything that matters is at stake, and therefore anything and everything they can think of to do is justified in the pursuit of power. That approach, that sentiment, that belief can only be based in religion.
The new year is upon us and the status quo is begrudgingly bidding us a pathetic farewell.
Does Donald Trump have a mandate? On the one hand I would say “who the hell knows” since every election someone claims mandate! On the other hand when the minority party is swept into office isn’t it the voters saying “we want to go in another direction”? Isn’t that a mandate? Any road, Hillary’s stunning loss forced the democrats, the media and Don Lemon to search for excuses. Fake news, Russia and the popular vote are all the rage with the popular vote sounding the most sexy.
It was fun and games when Obama and the Democrats were making fun of Mitt Romney's position on Russia. Now they're cleaning to a black helicopter-esque conspiracy that Russia threw the election to Trump. Oh sweet irony.
Every time I hear some RINO Congressman or Senator gaze into the camera with dead eyes and a Manchurian smirk and say "the American people want us to come together and get things done", I flip my lid. For the millionth time, we don't want things to get done; we want things to get UNDONE!
"Demomocrats are forced to be loved, not understood" squawked a democrat from Iowa. Or was that Oscar Wilde? Perhaps I should ask Donald Trump but this isn’t about him. It’s about the horrible barnicle on the USS Deplorable captained by her retchedness Hillary Clinton. Donald Trump may not have been the ideal candidate but compared to Hillary he’s Mother Theresa with a Bad tan.
I saw Johnathan Hoenig on Cavuto's show on FBN melt down over the Carrier deal in Indiana. He called it crony capitalism and said it's the same thing Hussein Obama did with Solyndra. He has no idea what he's talking about.
In recent years, conservatives have been far too willing to allow the Left -- and its media lackeys -- to define every debate in its own carefully-crafted terms. The miserable broken wreck of Obamacare -- and the question of what the new Republican administration should seek to do about it -- is a perfect opportunity for us on the Right to recover the initiative and define the debate in our own terms.
I'm looking forward to seeing what President Trump will do with a majority in the House and Senate, and I pray I'm wrong about him being liberal.
Hillary done got herself in a pickle thanks to hackers and ongoing investigations, but I don't see it swinging the election. Trump supporters and Hillary supporters won't budge, and too many people have voted.
I always thought Huma might take the fall and get thrown under the bus. It seems like she may have known it as well and tried to hide some get-out-of-being-dead-free emails on a degenerate's device.
The ongoing back-and-forth with Trump supporters has been pretty consistent. This is a summary of how that conversation started, up to present day.
The left has abandoned so-called climate change as an issue in this election. Here's why.
2016 is done. It's time to move on and work on taking the Republican Party back from the Marxists. I know it seems bleak, but we can do this from the ground up. The structure of the Republican Party makes this possible.
How did the most unlikable candidate end up running circles around the GOP nominee? The trifecta of social media, traditional media, and crossover votes were the recipe to hand Donald over to the Democrats.
Donald snuck in a good zinger, but the conservative platform had no representation.