Yesterday I posted a video clip of Sarah Palin and Wayne Allyn Root discussing The Donald’s bid to be the GOP’s candidate for President in 2016. Although I agreed with Palin and Root’s reasoning on Trump’s success in the polls, some of you took my post to mean I am behind Trump for President. […]
I think there is something in this video clip for all Threedonian tastes; Libertarian Wayne Allyn Root interviewed by Governor Sarah Palin gives a very astute analysis of why Donald Trump is resonating with voters. He even uses a Dallas Cowboys analogy to make his central point!
Berkeley Breathed has resurrected the Bloom County gang on his Facebook page. He’s lost none of the good natured snark that was the hallmark of his 1980s heyday. Follow him on Facebook for a daily fix.
— Stefan Becket (@stefanjbecket) August 18, 2015
If memory serves, the first three primaries are held in New Hampshire, Iowa and South Carolina. Typically a lot of campaign contributions are based on what happens in those three states. Now here’s the really amazing thing about our current information:
These are all NATIONAL POLLS!!!
Why? Why is the media obsessed with national […]
For reasons I will address in a later post, this first debate wasn’t too important relative to who will eventually garner the GOP’s slot on the 2016 Presidential ballot. The first primary is still 6 months out. I didn’t plan to watch it, but the wife was interested so I ended up seeing some, […]
The backlash against and hand-wringing about the atomic bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki in August of 1945 began shortly after cessation of hostilities. The debate got hot enough for Henry Stimson, FDR and Truman’s Secretary of War to write an explanation of the decision to drop the bombs in Harper’s Magazine. While I wholeheartedly […]
Difference between Republicans and Iranians chanting "Death to America"? Obama won't negotiate with Republicans.
— David Burge (@iowahawkblog) August 5, 2015