Why is Donald Trump – decidedly NOT a movement conservative – being supported so strongly by principled, ideological movement conservatives? Think of it this way…
You’re a kid constantly being bullied by bigger kids in the schoolyard. You’re simply powerless to fight back. But along comes an even bigger bully who has what it takes to not only defend you but knock the other bullies around, as well.
For years now, conservatives have been bullied by the Republican Party establishment, liberals, the media, the Speech Police, race-hustlers, government bureaucrats and activist judges. And we keep getting our teeth kicked in. We simply haven’t had the money, connections or resources to fight back.
Now along comes Donald Trump.
Is he a bully? OK, sure. But he’s OUR bully.
Dr. Chuck Muth, PsD
Professor of Psephology (homeschooled)
Publisher / Irritator-in-Chief
P.S. As for Obama’s FBI director choosing not to indict Hillary Clinton, I think he actually did us a big favor.
Had he indicted her, she would have become a sympathetic Joan of Arc-like figure for her supporters. Big, bad Republicans beating up on a woman and all.
Instead, the Director Comey handed Republicans all the ammunition they need to prove to the electorate that she’s a serial liar who can’t be trusted with the keys to the White House
It won’t be just big, bad Republicans who will be calling her a liar in radio, TV and mail advertisements. It will be the FBI. Used correctly, that will be politically deadly.
- Jonah Goldberg: Trump-Gingrich Ticket Would Be Unstoppable
- Anti-Trump Forces Close to ‘Conscience’ Vote at Convention
- Jason Chaffetz: No Reason Comey Can’t Provide Info Behind Clinton Decision
- NYT’s Haberman: Clinton Let Things Simmer ‘Way Too Long’
- Grassley Blasts ‘Inconsistencies’ in FBI’s Hillary Probe
- Trump: De Blasio ‘Worst Mayor in the History of NYC’
- Trump on Newt Gingrich: ‘He’s Going to Be Involved’
- Trump: I Should Have Left Up Star Tweet
- Bobby Knight to Speak at RNC, Don King Invited
- Cruz Supporters Move to Get Him Convention Speaking Spot
- Trump, Republicans to Meet Thursday For ‘Frank Exchange’
- Bill Kristol: Never Trump Movement Not Dead
- Rush to Trump: Fly to Benghazi to Highlight Clinton’s Failures
- Trump Seeking Donations on Twitter
NATIONAL NEWS & VIEWS
- CASE CLOSED: Lynch shuts the door on Clinton email investigation
- Issa: Hillary a ‘Criminal Involved in a Criminal Enterprise’
- Giuliani: There’s No Doubt I Could Successfully Prosecute a Case Against Hillary Clinton
- $153 million in Bill and Hillary Clinton speaking fees, documented
- Trump stokes Gingrich VP chatter: ‘He gets it’
- Scott Walker: ‘If You Don’t Vote for Trump You’re Voting for Hillary’
- Donald Trump Campaign to Target 17 States in November Election
- McCarthy: Dems Broke ‘Number Of Rules’ During Sit-In, Discipline Pending
- Senate Dems block votes on immigration issues, including sanctuary cities
- Reid blames ‘bizarre’ GOP House for Zika fight
- AFL-CIO begins anti-Trump push in swing states
- Jorge Ramos admits Trump fight was pre-meditated
- Sessions: 91% of illegal youths handed over to illegal relatives
- Newt Gingrich Speaks at Donald Trump Rally in Cincinnati, OH
- Watch: Trump, Gingrich get up close in Facebook live event
- The most shocking details from Gretchen Carlson’s lawsuit against FOX News CEO Roger Ailes
- AILES SLAMS GRETCHEN ‘SEX’ SUIT…
- Trump: Knight to speak at convention, eyes Don King
- Mila Kunis: I’m an immigrant, and I won’t ‘blow this country up’
NEVADA NEWS & VIEWS
Nevada Sen. Dean Heller seems intent on continuing to dig what may be his own political grave.
The Republican who only barely won his U.S. Senate seat but one percentage point in 2012 had a spotty voting record that conservatives were decidedly not happy with. Yet they voted for him anyway because the Democrat alternative was considered so much worse.
But that isn’t stopping Heller from throwing this year’s GOP presidential nominee, Donald Trump, under the bus every chance he gets. Indeed, he did it again yesterday in an interview with Politico in which he referenced one of Trump’s known VP contestants, freshman Iowa Sen. Joni Ernst.
“I asked her today if I could vote for her and against Trump,” Heller deadpanned. “Because I’m for her.”
No, if he’s not for Trump, he’s for Hillary. It’s just that simple. And Nevada voters will remember that in 2018.
In other Nevada news…
RINO Nevada Gov. Brian “America’s Worst Governor” Sandoval is featured prominently in a new TV commercial on behalf of Democrat U.S. Senate candidate Catherine Cortez-Masto-Reid.
Aid and comfort. Nevada Republicans are SO lucky to have this guy in the governor’s office (not).
FAMOUS LAST WORDS
“I should also say that picking Gingrich could be a brilliant idea. Trump has said, admirably, that he wants someone who knows how Washington works. For good and for ill, Gingrich fits that bill. He understands the legislative process, knows everybody, and can navigate the vast ecosystem of lobbyists to his advantage. Gingrich may have mastered the language of taking on “the Washington elites,” but being one has been his job description for nearly 30 years.” – Conservative columnist Jonah Goldberg