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Is the so-called "conservative" National Review's special edition magazine titled "Against Trump" attracting even more voters into Trump's camp?
Mr. Pinko is just one of many who are furious that inside-the beltway-New York media types at NRO would deign to tell American voters who NOT to vote for.
Tonight he vents about it.
Will Trump dominate round 1? How about Hillary? Tonight is the Iowa Caucus...
NOTES FROM THE GREAT AWAKENING: Yes friends, it’s a time in our culture when we find out what the future holds, where we are heading, what are our values and whether our study and conclusions concerning current events holds water. What am I talking about? IOWA DONALD & HILLARY of COURSE!!!
It seems certain that something fundamental has changed given this 2016 Prez race is like nothing we’ve ever experienced….but what is it? What’s different? Some claim the race is one of populism, or popular passions. Or the triumph of bigotry. Yet it seems to me something much bigger is going on here. Americans by t6he millions seem to be rising up to challenge a few things that have bedeviled us for decades, and taken the strut from our steps.
First is the maddening and ever more common lying, bait and switching politicians dotting our once great land like flies collecting in our national window sill. Second, AMERICans are deeply alarmed at an increasing number of policies which not only on their faces make no logical sense, but seem to be drawing us into ever deepening waters and overwhelming peril. As bad as these two may be, the third is perhaps worse. The sense we have fundamentally lost our country, handing it over to a progressive, immoral, and increasingly treason group of Elites. The cover these use is Political Correctness, but their impact is devastating.
Voters are supporting Donald because they feel if we do not right the ship we are heading into a full fledged hurricane and certain death of who we used to be.
A Newly sworn in police chief in Farrel, Pennsylvania said that he planned to make a public apology on Monday after he was caught using the N-word during a book drive fundraiser.
WICU reported that the email was discovered just days after Thomas Burke was sworn by the City of Farrell as the new police chief last Monday. He is scheduled to begin the job in January.
“Good morning,” the email begins. “Please click and review. Even $1.00 will be greatly appreciated. Them [Town of] Sharon n****s gotta learn how to read.”
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September 17, 2015
While Donald Trump may be stealing the headlines, Bernie Sanders is on fire in the Democratic Party, gaining ground and momentum against the party’s frontrunner, Hillary Clinton. With his own brand of regular-guy populism, and straight talk about income inequality, Sanders is drawing record sized crowds in an effort to build a movement to catapult him into the White House and force needed change.
This week, we explore the potential impact of the populism surrounding Sanders’ campaign on the growing movement to pass the We the People Amendment with author, historian, and journalist Paul Street.
We have the show break and the show opener mixed together today.
So you'll get some populism and some eco news.
Then we'll move into news and comment with Phoenie Loco responding to the Women's hour discussion on sex workers rights.
What are these issues and what is behind them?
Climate change, it is now shoved in our faces.
NGOs, are they really what they say they are?
Republicans, Democrats, and the new populism.
Critical issues are what we need to be focusing on. It is time to leave those behind who have not seen the ball since the kickoff.
The listing and the shuffling of Presidential candidates are great theater. We all figured Republicans to dance and change stage positions. Far more fascinating has been the quick and deep Elizabeth Warren-ization of Democrat hers-to-lose nominee Hillary Clinton.
Pardon the parochialism, but Sen. Warren is hot stuff...and he's ours in Massachusetts. Well, my favorite ex-hick became a Harvard Law professor (likewise her non-hick husband) and wealthy. Yet, she emerged as a major voice for the new populism. She's even more outspoken than Sen. Bernie Sanders.(I-VT).
Having had to tell supporters, worshipers and the media that she definitely won't run for POTUS, Warren is still in the raxe — as the touchstone for liberals, progressives, and well, sensible folk.
I'll hit on how Hillary as cannibalized Warren's policy, to good effect. After all, it's her one chance to sway lefties and indies who have been indifferent at best to her candidacy.. Meanwhile, poor Republicans run hither and yon putting o the varioua costumes of different troupes of right-wingers.
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