All posts tagged "GOP"

  • Opinion
    5 Reasons serious TV debates are impossible

    The forum precludes rational discussion (David Bier & Daniel Bier, FEE) – If you’re looking for a sober...

  • Politics
    Roll Call: Post-CNN Debate Thoughts

    (Stuart Rothenberg, Roll Call) – Given there are still four and one-half months until the Iowa caucuses, why...

  • Politics
    Will the GOP establishment support Trump if he gets the nomination?

    (Robert Romano, NetRightDaily.com) – “I doubt I’d support Donald. I doubt I’d support the Democrat. I think I’d support getting someone good on the ballot as a third party candidate.” That was Weekly Standard editor Bill Kristol in an email to CNN Money, threatening to vote for a third party candidate should Donald...

  • Politics
    GOP candidates rise above gotcha formula

    (Rick Manning, NetRightDaily.com) – I hated the CNN debate format. Structured like a giant mud-wrestling match, CNN moderator,...

  • Politics
    GOP Debate: Fiorina’s breakout performance at Trump’s expense

    (Emily Cahn, Simone Pathé & Eli Yokley, Roll Call) – After bullying his way through the first Republican...

  • Opinion
    How Conservatives can “takeover” the GOP

    (Chuck Muth, Citizen Outreach) – After reading this weekend’s columns by Richard Viguerie and Phyllis Schlafly on starting the conservative “Takeover” of the Republican Party at the precinct level, a number of you have asked how to go about becoming a member of the Central Committee and doing just that. But before getting...

  • Opinion
    Possible Pyrrhic Victories

    (Rich Galen, Mullings.com) – Two recent developments might lead to the dreaded unintended consequences: Pyrrhic victories. A Pyrrhic victory is defined by Wikipedia as a win that comes as such a high price that is tantamount to defeat. Pyrrhic victory number one. CNN has decided to change the rules as to which GOP...

  • Politics
    The rise of the non-politician

    (Robert Romano, NetRightDaily.com) – Donald Trump. Ben Carson. Carly Fiorina. What do these three Republican presidential contenders have...

  • Opinion
    Propaganda Prince unleashed to attack Conservative “Cuckoos”

    (Chuck Muth, Citizen Outreach) – Early on in the World War II classic film, Patton, we’re shown the scene of a just-concluded battle with Arabs stripping U.S. soldiers of their clothing and valuables. A pair of jeeps carrying American military personnel roll up to survey the carnage.  As the officers review the battlefield and...

  • Politics
    Clark: The history of Nevada caucus and the Basque Fry

    (Jim Clark) – The first pre-caucus “Basque Fry” of this century, an Iowa-type presidential candidate gathering, was held at a ranch in Gardnerville last weekend. It was organized by Nevada Attorney General Adam Laxalt and Senator James Settelmeyer who created the sponsor, Morning in Nevada political action committee. The event was advertised on the radio,...

  • Politics
    Gingrich: 75% – The Most Important Number in American Politics

    (Newt Gingrich) – This past weekend political shows once again tried to come to grips with the rise...

  • Politics
    Roll Call: Republicans spending early to boost chances to keep Senate

    (Emily Cahn, Roll Call) – As Republicans look to defend their newfound Senate majority in 2016, early television...

  • Opinion
    Conservatives must take a stand in support of innovation

    (Chuck Muth, Citizen Outreach) – In today’s economic climate, America’s small businesses are under attack. Not only must they comply with onerous government regulations, but they increasingly face lawsuits filed by patent trolls, who work with trial lawyers to target innovators with claims of infringement on dubious grounds. Rather than create new products...

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