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Carly Fiorina could shake up a crowded 2016 GOP field

May change race that lacks prominent women with possible bid. With the 2016 GOP presidential race starting in earnest in the new year, there is a dearth of prominent women candidates. But a number of Republicans say that Carly Fiorina could change that. Mrs. Fiorina, the first woman to run a Fortune 50 company and […] Read More →

Allen West Rips Obama to Shreds for Race Baiting in Ferguson… His Post Is Going Viral [READ]

 Allen West just called out President Barack Obama for his hypocritical comments about the Ferguson race riots and the “rule of law.” West took to Facebook to make his remarks Monday night. He posted them shortly after the president made his initial comments about the Ferguson grand jury decision, despite having reportedly not watched the […] Read More →

Why Obama Can’t Lead on Ferguson

 The president has learned that the White House can sometimes be a treacherous perch from which to agitate for change. In March 2008, candidate Obama gave a raw, lengthy speech about his own experience as a black man in America. It was a political risk made necessary by a controversy over racially divisive statements by Obama’s former […] Read More →

A Republican Ticket Hillary Clinton May Fear

 At a Clinton loyalist meeting in New York City, Jeb Bush and Rob Portman’s names are in the air. Clinton confidant Harold Ickes didn’t have any news on what his audience most wanted to hear—Hillary Clinton’s presidential bid—so he turned to a classic political tactic, redirection. “I don’t know if there are things we don’t know about […] Read More →

A way for GOP to defuse immigration issue?

 Republicans in search of a way to oppose President Barack Obama’s moves on immigration without alienating the nation’s fast-growing population of Hispanic voters may find a playbook in Colorado. GOP Rep. Cory Gardner won election to the Senate in the midterms in a state where 14 percent of voters are Hispanic. His GOP colleague, Rep. […] Read More →

Ferguson—Michael Brown Got Justice

John Nantz,   Ferguson, Missouri is a litmus test. If you think Michael Brown, who happens to be black, was a victim of police brutality, you’re probably a racist. If you think the Grand Jury should indict officer Darren Wilson, who happens to be white, you’re most likely a racist and/or a Bolsheviki dupe. We all […] Read More →

How the Youth Vote Failed Democrats

 Democrats needed a big turnout from 18- to 29-year-olds in this month’s midterm elections. Spoiler alert: It didn’t happen.  But there were some interesting elements to the failure. So before we move on to 2016, here is a quick survey of 18- to 29-year-old voters in 2014. These tidbits rely on — notably fallible — exit […] Read More →

In rare rebuke, Democrats shun Pelosi ally and back rival for committee leadership

Noah Rothman,  Democrats are reportedly fuming over Nancy Pelosi’s decision to deny Rep. Tammy Duckworth (D-IL) a proxy vote in House elections for leadership posts and committee assignments. Duckworth, a heavily pregnant double amputee whose condition prevented her from traveling halfway across the country to cast her votes in person, nobly deferred to Pelosi’s decision. […] Read More →

Are New Ferguson Riots Inevitable?

 If I had family or friends anywhere near Ferguson, Missouri, I would offer two layers of advice. First would be the recommendation for a well-timed family trip out of town. Barring that, the other suggestion would be the immediate purchase of a gun. Not because I know for a fact that rioting will break out […] Read More →