All posts tagged "Presidential Elections"

  • Politics
    Is “Preference” for Trump same thing as “Support” for Trump?

    (Rich Galen) – Here’s what’s terrific about the holiday season this year. Because Christmas Eve fell on...

  • 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...

  • 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...

  • Politics
    The Politics of Nostalgia

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

  • 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...

  • Politics
    The Sky is Falling!

    (Rich Galen, Mullings.com) – Here’s a pretty accurate representation of the way many Republicans currently view the race...

  • Politics
    Walker readies himself as the candidate of the mainstream Conservative Movement

    (Stephen Hayes, The Weekly Standard) – When Scott Walker formalizes his presidential run Monday with a long-anticipated announcement, he will have at his side a seasoned veteran of Republican politics and an architect of the modern conservative movement. THE WEEKLY STANDARD has learned that Walker is expected to name Michael Grebe as campaign...

  • Opinion
    State of the Race

    (Rich Galen, Mullings.com) – We’re getting closer to all the horses having made their way to the track for the 2016 Presidential derby. Two on the GOP side – Governors Scott Walker of Wisconsin and John Kasich of Ohio are not quite announced. One Democrat side, strangers here in Our Nation’s Capital have...

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