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Hillary’s CRAZY EYE Loses Its Mind In Lake Worth FLA

Barry Soetoro WATCH HILLARY’S EYEBALL LOSE ITS MIND AND GO COMPLETELY INSANE IN LAKE WORTH, FL (10-26-2016) HILLARY CLINTON HAS PARKINSON’S DISEASE SINCE AT LEAST 2005, WHEN HER PUBLIC RECORD OF FALLING DOWN BEGAN. HILLARY HAS DEMENTIA AND BRAIN DAMAGE. HILLARY’S MENTAL ILLNESS IS OBVIOUS FROM THE LUNATIC BEHAVIOR OF HER EYEBALLS. THIS FOOTAGE IS

Clinton outspends Trump five to one — and it doesn’t seem to Help Her

Kathryn Blackhurst, The Election Year That Ads Didn’t Matter. Even though Hilary Clinton is outspending Donald Trump in the TV ad war by a massive five-to-one margin, the home stretch of the general presidential election season finds the two candidates practically neck-and-neck. The Democratic presidential nominee’s campaign has blasted the airwaves with approximately $96.4 million. The Republican nominee has spent just $17.3 million

Liberal bias paints GOP convention as ‘disunified,’ ‘chaotic’ despite overwhelming unity so far

Kathryn Blackhurst, Behind the Media Spin of the RNC. “Rancor Reigns as Bitterly Divided Republicans Begin Their Convention.” “Chaos erupts on GOP convention floor after voice vote shuts down Never Trump forces.” “Convention drama: Trump campaign stops rules rebellion.” “First Read: Day One Debacle for Team Trump.” These are just a few of the headlines

The Myth of Hillary’s Inevitability

Eddie Zipperer, Presumptive Democratic nominee has a long track record of blowing leads. I’m outside in my hammock drinking a Sam Adams Summer Ale and listening to Jimmy Buffett on the radio. The sun on my skin and the sweat on my brow is screaming to me that November is a long way off. Somebody

Clinton’s Rigging Brigade at the State Department

Ashley Pratte, Officials circling the wagon to protect Hillary tenure from transparency. After a less-than-desirable watchdog report, the State Department is doing everything in its power to protect Hillary Clinton from further damaging email releases. The recently released report from the State Department Inspector General showed that Clinton violated the Federal Records Act and put

Liberal Unrest and disarray threaten DNC’s chance at a unified convention

Ashley Pratte, To read the mainstream media, Republicans are supposed to be the fractured party, one fraught with mudslinging and a brutal primary season that leaves the eventual nominee battered and bruised. But this go-round, it’s the Democratic Party that has gotten down and dirty. The GOP has all but crowned its nominee for the

Trump poised to romp in Tuesday’s primary, but organization will be key to winning delegates

Brendan Kirby, Polizette  The retooled Donald Trump campaign is playing catch-up in the fight for Pennsylvania’s delegates, most of whom will be elected directly by congressional district, with no indication on the ballot of whom those delegates support. Jan Ting, a Temple University law professor who is running for delegate in the 7th Congressional District

Voters nationwide find political process ‘rigged’ as populist candidates surge #VoteTrump

Ashley Pratte, Polizette  The Year Americans Woke Up. In an election year when two populist candidates on both sides of the political spectrum have risen to popularity by railing against the political Establishment, voters everywhere feel as though their voices are being ignored. You hear it everywhere — talk of disenfranchisement, charges that the “will

Trump Getting Outplayed: GOP front-runner faces obstacles in quest for delegates

Ashley Pratte, Even though the baseball season has just begun, “inside baseball” within state GOP conventions has been underway for months. So far, Sen. Ted Cruz is hitting home runs while Donald Trump is striking out. The Trump campaign is suffering major blows in the delegate hunt even after hiring a veteran convention manager and delegate

NY: Make It Here, You Can Make It Anywhere #TeamTrump

Ashley Pratte, Hillary can put the race away with big Empire State win; Trump can’t lose. New York is a critical state for both Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump. Both the GOP and the Democratic front-runner call the Empire State their home and to lose there could seriously damage their prospects. The two Teflon candidates have

Trump: An Outsider in an Insider’s Game

Ashley Pratte, State by state, delegates threaten GOP front-runner’s path to nomination. While there is indeed some backroom gamesmanship going on with the selection of GOP delegates, the Donald Trump campaign is suffering losses because of its own inability to function within the rules set by state parties regarding delegate selection. Trump leads his rivals