Here is the list of people who are so small morally that they put their hyperpartisan leftist extremism ahead of doing what is right for their country. This is a time when we are showing the world that in the United States, we have an orderly and peaceful transfer of power even when the transfer is to another political party.
The United States, through its self-governing citizens, have decided that they have had enough of their elite, globalist, one-world leadership, and have effectively thrown them out. They have replaced the current ‘big government will take care of you because we know best how to do that’ leaders who chose to act unilaterally, and unconstitutionally, with a nationalist-populist who intends to ‘break things’ in Washington, stop doing ‘business as usual’ and consider the needs of the people in his governance.
By Larry Kudlow
The wisdom on Wall Street is that Hillary Clinton is the safe choice. She’s the certainty candidate to Trump’s uncertainty. So when Jim Comey announced the reopening of the FBI’s Clinton investigation, stocks fell for nine days. And after he pulled back over the weekend, stocks rallied for over 300 points.
Is the market correct in viewing Hillary as the safe and certain choice? I don’t believe so.
With one week left until Americans go to the polls, Hillary Clinton’s once commanding national lead has slipped to just 3 points. Though Donald Trump is still far behind in the electoral count, his chances have vastly improved over the last week. After suffering a bloody October, where all of the business mogul’s positive momentum from September was undone, he has begun to climb again in the national polls, while Clinton falters following a series of damaging headlines — most notably the reopening of the FBI’s investigation into her private email server. Though Trump still trails in most of the battleground states — including North Carolina, Nevada, Arizona, and Colorado — he has regained the edge in the crucial swing states of Ohio and Florida, though only narrowly.
Trump and the Emasculated Voter
There’s only one way to protect the nation from Hillary Clinton, and that is to vote for Donald Trump.
Some conservatives have watched their evaluations of Donald Trump’s character drop so low in recent days that on this vital question they no longer see a choice between Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton. Accordingly, they are forced back onto politics and policy; and naturally, Mr. Trump wins in a walk. If conservatives who argue that Mr. Trump is worse than Mrs. Clinton had a case, it would be a relief to vote for Mrs. Clinton or for no one. But they don’t, and one is therefore forced for the good of the nation to vote for Mr. Trump.
This is an important essay about the state of our Republic. While I rarely say you must read something, I am saying it now. Essentially, the Republic established by America’s Founders no longer exists. Regardless of the election’s outcome, the republic established by America’s Founders is probably gone. But since the Democratic Party’s constituencies differ radically from their opponents’, and since the character of imperial governance depends inherently on the emperor, the election’s result will make a big difference in our lives.
AFTER THE REPUBLIC
Nominating Trump would be a disaster for the Republican Party.
In the interest of full disclosure, I support a candidate other than Donald Trump. However I have written this article, not for the benefit of the candidate I support, but because I love this country, and I believe in my heart that nominating Donald Trump will not be in the best interest of the Republican Party or of America. Donald Trump is not a political candidate, in the traditional sense. He is a cultural phenomenon. His appeal is his brashness, his rudeness, his over-the-top rhetoric, his bullying, his celebrity.
Continue reading “JUST SAY NO TO TRUMP!”
By Ben Shapiro
In Monday’s Iowa caucus, Senator Ted Cruz, R-Texas, the man most hated by the Republican establishment, came from behind to nab front-runner Donald Trump. Senator Marco Rubio, R-Fla., the supposed establishment favorite, came in just a point behind Trump. According to conventional wisdom, this should set up a battle royal among anti-establishment Cruz, anti-establishment Trump and establishment Rubio. If Rubio emerges victorious, the pundits explain, the establishment will have lived to fight another day, and put those rowdy conservative grass-roots anti-establishment types in their place.
This is nonsense.
Continue reading “THE ESTABLISHMENT IS DEAD”
By Thomas Sowell
Of all the many things said about Donald Trump, what was said by Roger Ailes, head of the Fox News Channel, said it all in just two words: “Grow up!”
It is amazing how many people have been oblivious to this middle-aged man’s spoiled brat behavior, his childish boastfulness about things he says he is going to do, and his petulant response to every criticism with ad hominem replies.
This is the conversation I imagine I might have heard (or something close to it) if I were a fly on the wall when Donald Trump had a meeting early this week with his campaign manager, Corey Lewandowski:
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