All posts tagged "Republicans"

  • 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...

  • Politics
    Recap of the Republican Fox News Debate

    (Jim Clark) – What can we conclude about the first GOP presidential candidate mega-debate (24 million viewers according to Nielsen). There is a consensus that Carly Fiorina won the “happy hour” debate among the 7 candidates with lower poll numbers. As far as the 10 candidate main event, it depends on who you ask. Respected...

  • Politics
    Who really has cut spending?

    (Thomas Mitchell) – Among the GOP candidates for president who have been governors of states, who has the...

  • Politics
    Meet Me at Macy’s

    (Rich Galen, Mullings.com) – When the Hillary Clinton Private/Secret Email Server Scandal first broke into the open last March my friend Paul Begala said: “Voters do not give a… They do not even give a… Find me one persuadable voter who agrees with HRC on the issues but will vote against her because...

  • Politics
    Ratings changes in 6 House races

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

  • Politics
    SandRINOval is “Fioreous” over Tax Repeal Referendum

    (Chuck Muth, Citizen Outreach) – Nevada Gov. Brian “America’s Worst Governor” Sandoval’s initials ain’t B.S. for nuthin’. Indeed, if anyone needs further proof of what a liberal, card-carrying RINO (Republican in Name Only) this guy is, gets a load of what he said about our efforts to repeal his largest tax increase in...

  • Politics
    Republican presidential debate recap

    (Rick Manning, NetRightDaily.com) – And they’re off. The Republican presidential campaign is off and running with the first...

  • Politics
    The Trump Card

    (Robert Romano) – It had all of the makings of a classic gotcha moment. At the start...

  • 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
    GOP Presidential Debate: Who will make the first stunning impact on the people?

    (Jim Clark) – If you are reading this in the Bonanza print edition, it is August 6, 2015 and the first national debate among the ten best polling Republican candidates for president of the United States will be televised on Fox News at 6:00 PM local time tonight. That will include Donald Trump, former Florida...

  • Politics
    Roll Call: House Democrats going Good Cop, Bad Cop against GOP

    (Eli Yokley, Roll Call) – House Democrats met Wednesday to review an ambitious new plan to target Republicans...

  • Politics
    Republicans fight back against HUD rule to redraw your neighborhood

    (Robert Romano, NetRightDaily.com) – In July 2015, the Obama administration via the Department of Housing and Urban Development...

  • 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,...

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