All posts tagged "Presidential Candidates"

  • Politics
    Trump missing the target on Super-PAC attack

    (Chuck Muth, Citizen Outreach) – At the recent Great Debate Debacle in Boulder, Colorado, GOP presidential front-runner Donald Trump launched an attack against so-called “super-PACs.”  Here’s what he said in a pair of tweets on the subject… “Re Super PAC scam: What the other candidates are doing is a disgrace. … All...

  • Opinion
    Galen: Third Term

    (Rich Galen, Mullings.com) – I spent the weekend on T. Boone Pickens’ ranch, Mesa Vista, with about two dozen really smart people talking about energy and transportation. As those of you who have ever sat in a meeting – or even had lunch – with me know, I have the attention span of...

  • Opinion
    Clark: Presidential candidates’ stands on issues

    (Jim Clark) – Stories such as Donald Trump’s town meeting being disrupted by protestors and Hillary Clinton’s marathon examination by the Congressional Benghazi Committee tend to dominate the political news, eclipsing the other candidates of both parties who are not deemed newsworthy on any given day. So what can we, voters, learn about where the candidates...

  • Opinion
    Weinberg: First Rule of Holes? Stop Digging!

    (Fred Weinberg) – The mainstream media has a love/hate relationship with Donald Trump and to a lesser extent Ben Carson. It lines up with the hardcore conservative wing of the GOP—it wants them dead, cold with a stake through their hearts. Financially, however, these guys bring eyeballs. Lots and lots of eyeballs which translate into...

  • Opinion
    Presidential candidates should state their position on federal lands

    (Chantal Lovell, NPRI) – As Presidential candidates make their way to Nevada, the economy will undoubtedly be among their talking points, and in the West, the future of the economy has much to do with land. The issue of land ownership is perhaps nowhere more important than in Nevada, which is overwhelmingly hogtied...

  • Politics
    Roll Call: Day One Pledges – What GOP Candidates Would Do

    (Eli Yokley, Roll Call) – Inauguration Day 2017 could be a busy one if you take the pledges from...

  • Politics
    Mitchell: Hillary still trying to gag opposition to her candidacy

    (Thomas Mitchell) – I don’t know about yours, but my vote is not for sale, despite what Hillary Clinton says. Today she revealed her plans to combat “secret” or “dark” money being spent on politics. She specifically wants to overturn by hook or by crook the Supreme Court ruling in Citizens United, which...

  • Politics
    Ratings changes in 6 House races

    (Nathan Gonzales, Roll Call) – The race for president will continue to dominate the 2016 landscape, with...

  • Politics
    Recap of “Hands Up, Don’t Scoot” Prez Debate

    (Chuck Muth, Citizen Outreach) – The first presidential debate lived up to its high expectations, but FOX News clearly decided to take an early swipe at Donald Trump right out of the box with its “Hands Up, Don’t Scoot” question. I think it backfired on them. Yes, the folks in the audience...

  • Politics
    That Creaking Sound

    (Rich Galen, Mullings.com) – Quinnipiac University is, it says on its webpage, “a private, coeducational university with 6,500 undergraduate and 2,500 graduate students.” It’s main campus is in Connecticut. But, while Quinnipiac University may have grown a reputation as being ranked as “one of the best universities by U.S. News & World Report,...

  • Politics
    The Politics of Nostalgia

    Why Does the Left Want to Take Us Backwards? (Steven Horwitz, FEE) – One of the more curious...

  • Politics
    Why we support Scott Walker

    (Ron Knecht & Geoffrey Lawrence) – With 15 major Republicans already declared – the best presidential field since Ronald Reagan ran for re-election – GOP voters should be able to tap a very strong candidate to lead their party next year.  Which one would best unify and represent them? Good cases certainly can...

  • Politics
    Trump Candidacy: Real and not a bad thing

    (Fred Weinberg) – I’m not nearly as put off by Donald Trump as are many people who identify themselves or their politics as Republican.  In fact, I think his presence is good for the process and good for America. I’m not prepared to endorse him at the moment, but it would appear...

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