Normal Americans are always puzzled as to why anyone would have an issue with a state law that requires voters to prove they are who they say they are.
Denmark. Home of the Dutch and poster child for Bernie Sanders' vision for America. For the better part of what seems like forever the grumpy socialist has been explaining how giving free everything will work. Denmark.
I'm sure by now dear reader that you have figured out the question is indeed a trick. A hoax if you will. An illusion, a ploy. A wee bit of chicanery. Because (wait for it) There is no difference. Their policies may be different however the candidates and their acolytes are identical.
The purpose of Bernie Sanders in this campaign isn't to run for President. It's to provide muse for us conservatives and use him as a teaching utility to show the idiocy behind Marxism. When he does an interview, he never dissapoints.
The ultimate goal for Cruz is a Fair Tax and an abolishment of the IRS, but because we're dealing with Leftists in both parties, people that depend on the crony connection for their very existence, he has to take baby steps, such as starting with a simple Flat Tax.
Stick with me as I explain why the Dim party is dead for an entire generation, approximately three glorious decades to come.
Not only is Trump not a Conservative, he's worse; he's an admitted NY Lib whom lacks any sense of moral values, no compunction to right those he's wronged, simply because in his mind getting away with it validates his beliefs.
Erick Erickson has outed The Conservative Majority Fund as someone we shouldn't give money to. This is part of a bigger story of groups sinking their fangs into a campaign and bleeding it dry.
Academia is a breeding ground for anti-capitalism and anti-Americanism, so it's nice to see when an academic can help a small business. In this case, the academic actually has knowledge in biochemistry, and was willing to help a small brewery solve a costly problem. In the end, the economy benefited.
Over the past year, I thought many of the comments and posts by Trump supporters and other liberals were by paid trolls. I joked about it, but it turns out to be a real thing. The mystery of how liberalism can survive on the internet has been explained.
This seems to be a good sign and demonstrates the effects of the ongoing conservative wave sweeping the country. I'd say I can't wait to send him back to Arizona, but he grew roots in DC.
Marco Rubio stabbed conservatives, who voted for him during his Senate run, in the back, and then twisted the knife when he failed to drop out of the presidential election earlier. Why is he still endearing to some conservatives?
This is the first day of our launch. This is sort of a beta launch, so bear with us.