Republican Leaders Promote Banning Trump from Democratic Process

They are openly calling for banning Trump so that Republicans aren’t permitted to vote for him in the primaries. I plan to vote against him, but banning Trump is crazy and authoritarian.  If Donald Trump represents how Republican leaders have alienated their base, banning Trump will only worsen the problem. But they are calling for it anyway—publicly showing their arrogance and elitism. Pat Buchanan responds: “GOP Elites Plot to Purge Trump.” In the Cleveland debate, Donald Trump Read more […]

George Will Wrote Basic Truth So the St. Louis Post-Dispatch Libeled Him & Canceled His Column

Did George Will actually imply that women get socially rewarded for being raped (and thus imply they desire this status)? The editorial page editor for the St. Louis Post-Dispatch fish wrapper (the internet cannot bankrupt these scumbags soon enough!), Tony Messenger, explained why they were no longer publishing George Will, in part because of “a column published June 5, in which Mr. Will suggested that sexual assault victims on college campuses enjoy a privileged status, made the decision easier. Read more […]

Seniors on Fixed Income Suffer Deprivation So NYC Real Estate Can Enjoy a Boom.

The New York Times reports: The luxury market has been strong for some time, but it exploded in the first quarter, with prices jumping 45 percent to an average of $7.4 million from $5.1 million, according to data from the appraisal firm Miller Samuel. That is the largest year-over-year increase in six years. Driving the market has been a staggering lack of inventory. Just 174 new condominium units came to market in Manhattan in the first quarter, a 73 percent drop from the first quarter of 2013, Read more […]

George Will Goes On Record Opposing “Common Core”

I consider George Will an “establishment conservative” for the most part, but that doesn’t mean he fails to give us great analysis. Recently, he gave an interview to The Daily Caller and attacked Common Core. “Common Core is often called a state based, non-Washington organized enterprise. Well, sort of,” Will explained. “It’s driven in no small measure by funding and encouragement from the Department of Education, which should go away. It inevitably – inevitably – will drive curriculum.” “The Read more […]

Washington Times On Barack Obama, The Wall Street President

The story starts off giving far too much credit to the President: Despite his best efforts, the president who vowed to conquer Wall Street and revive opportunity for everyday Americans on Main Street has this to show for his first five years in office: U.S. stock markets are in record territory, posting 30 percent gains just last year, and Wall Street is home once again to the biggest concentration of billionaires on earth, while wages for the middle class have barely kept up with inflation. No Read more […]

George Will Explains Barack Obama’s Toxic Trickledown Economics

George Will’s column on Obama’s recent interview with Chris Matthews is good in all kinds of ways, but I think his remarks about Obama’s trickledown economics are especially important for people to grasp. I’ve been trying to explain how the economy works (to exploit the poor and middle class) for awhile now. Will summarizes one essential feature of it in way that is easy to understand. Obama’s speech denounced “trickle-down ideology” and deplored growth that “has flowed to a fortunate Read more […]

When Challenged Liberals Can Only Scream

You may have seen George Will calmly stated that Democrat apologist Donna Brazile, who is currently serving as Vice Chairwoman of the Democratic National Committee, is a racist for using the word “Chicago”: George Will: A subtext of all this is that we’re all racists. Can I ask you a question? What is the largest city in Illinois? Donna Brazile: Chicago. Will: You’re a racist. The guys over at MSNBC have said that when Republicans talk about Chicago, it’s a subtext for racism. If you want to Read more […]