And then there were 8. Finally, a little bit of discrimination from the part everybody likes to call racist. Tonight (Tuesday November 10th) at 9pm Eastern, Fox Business and the Wall Street Journal will host the 4th GOP Presidential Primary debate of this election season. The main event features Donald Trump, Ben Carson, Marco Rubio, Ted Cruz, Carly Fiorina, Jeb Bush, John Kasich and Rand Paul. The early “undercard” (read, losers who cannot win) event starts at 7pm Eastern and will
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What was easily my favorite part of last night’s GOP debate was the candidates railing against the debate moderators and the mainstream media in general. Indeed, there appears to be an increasingly popular backlash against liberal and establishment bias in the media. Trump’s rise is great evidence of this, as he even rails against Fox, going so far as to troll personalities and other candidates on social media. Rampant political correctness, war propaganda, partisanship and outright lies have rendered basically anything on
Donald Trump is dominating the news. Not because he came up with some kind of groundbreaking policy proposal, or said something really profound and awe inspiring, or even because anybody seriously expects him to become president of the United States. He’s dominating my news feeds because he is…. trolling Megyn Kelly on Twitter? Well, in all fairness to the media, it’s not entirely that. Not too many people would care that he was trolling Fox News personalities on Twitter, if he wasn’t
Jesse Benton and John Tate have been indicted on charges of violating campaign finance laws during Ron Paul’s 2012 presidential campaign. Benton, who is married to Paul’s granddaughter, was the chair of the campaign committee. Tate was the campaign manager. Both are now heading up America’s Liberty, a super PAC supporting Rand Paul’s 2016 bid for the White House. Also indicted was Dimitri Kesari, Deputy National Campaign Manager for the Ron Paul 2012 campaign. The Washington Post reports; The indictment charges the
As I hear it, Rand Paul has announced his candidacy for President of the United States. Not only that, but he’s in New Hampshire right now. I could get in the car and go see him if I wanted to, but I think I would rather watch Game of Thrones reruns in preparation for Sunday’s 5th season premier. There are other things I would rather do than go see Rand Paul. Like laundry, cleaning my bathroom, reading the inane ramblings of my
Fortyseven members of the US Senate recently signed an open letter to the government of Iran, reminding them that President Obama is not authorized to make legally binding obligations on behalf of the United States. Under the US Constitution, the Senate has to make that decision. Any nuclear deal struck between the Iranian government, and the executive branch here in the US will be subject to Senate approval, and the Republican led Senate is far from enthusiastic about any such deal.
“Politics in America today is identical to pro wrestling, and what I mean by that is, in front of the cameras and the public we all hate each other… Yet behind the scenes we’re all friends going out to dinner together” says Jesse Ventura. If anybody should know, it’s Jesse, since he’s been a governor, and a pro wrestler. So naturally, the answer to this problem, is to have a pro wrestler run for president…