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Jeb Bush


white-egg

“The U.S. Bureau of the Census has projected that America will have a ‘non-white’ majority by 2044.” (H/T: National Review) I don’t know any real white people. We are all shades of color, thus, “non-white.” White means Caucasian. That makes Hispanics “white” because they are Caucasian since their ancestors came from Spain. Jaime Gonzalez writes …

Jeb Bush

GOP presidential candidate Jeb Bush recently sat down with President Obama’s favorite little “journalist,” Steve Inskeep of NPR. The two met in Boston, where Bush was in the midst of campaigning, and of course the topic of conversation centered around… Donald Trump. Inskeep and Trump trotted out all of the anti-Trump tropes they could muster, …

gop_candidates_2016_debate

The GOP is getting nervous, very nervous. In fact, they have gotten to the point that the prevailing thought on the GOP race for the White House is that the establishment candidates MUST win in New Hampshire… or they’re done. Steve Kornacki: Right now the dynamic in New Hampshire is interesting. It is the second …

rand paul

Senator Rand Paul (R-KY) may not have won the GOP presidential debate in Las Vegas, but he may end up having had the most serious and important impact on the foreign policy debate. While most of the other candidates (and more than a few Democrats) seem to be agitating for a confrontation with Russia – …

Donald Trump and Jeb Bush

  LOL. No, it’s not what you think. While former Florida Governor, Jeb Bush (R-FL) did say that Trump was “kind of scary”, he wasn’t talking about being afraid of the man. He was talking about the ease in which Trump seems to handle and mold the media to his will. When asked about a …

Hillary Clinton

Hillary Clinton got some very bad news this week when the latest Quinipiac poll numbers were released. The prestigious and well-regarded Q-poll spent the last week questioning voters throughout Colorado about their presidential preferences, and what they found was that most folks in Colorado think Hillary Clinton is an untrustworthy liar and they’d far prefer …

Ted Cruz

Heritage Action is one of our nation’s premier conservative organizations, leading the fight against government excess and corruption. Over the years Heritage has been a consistent ally in the fight for truth, justice and small government, and they’ve also served as a brilliant resource for American voters looking for an accurate accounting of their politicians’ …

cruz_rubio

Democrats and the GOP Establishment have lost control of the political process. They can’t count on the mainstream media to do their bidding because of the rise of alternative media. There’s also the problem of conservative Republicans pushing back, not apologizing for their views, and not being able to control elections. As the Kentucky governor’s …

Donald Trump and Marco Rubio

Senator and presidential candidate Marco Rubio (R-FL) had some very tough words for his GOP presidential rival, Donald Trump. Rubio appeared on Fox News with Martha MacCallum this past Wednesday when he made an interesting argument about Donald Trump’s focus on illegal immigration. Rubio charged that Trump had only decided to be strongly against illegal …

John Kasich

Governor John Kasich (R-OH) may be among my least favorite GOP candidates for President, and a recent speech he gave in his hometown may show you why. Without naming names but quite obviously alluding to Donald Trump and Ben Carson (who are currently pulling in almost 50% of support from GOP voters), Kasich said, “Do …

Cut expenses

As Jeb Bush cuts salaries and slashes campaign staff, he, through his own actions, has provided us a teachable moment. Jeb’s progressive establishment beliefs of big government spending have run up against the reality of the private sector. It’s a fascinating juxtaposition between the world of government fantasy and that of the real. Jeb is …

Jeb Bush

Jeb Bush must be feeling the pressure out there on the campaign trail, because, speaking at an event in South Carolina over the weekend, he let his frustration show. While discussing the gridlock that has become ubiquitous on Capitol Hill, Bush argued that he plans on working with both sides to get things done. In …