My last post went into why Barbara Lagoa is the safe pick, and smart pick, for Republicans. Many are pushing against her and other female candidates, since its pandering, and caters to the left's narrative. The same has been made against other minority nominees. I agree: pandering based on race/gender accepts the left's narrative, and … Continue reading Other Possible RBG Replacements
I suppose this is where most bloggers and pundits would say nice things, but I don’t feel a need to say nice things about evil people who are responsible for the legality of mass murder in the form of abortion. Good riddance, and it took too long. Senator McConnell has already said there will be … Continue reading RBGs replacement: Barbara Lagoa
(This was drafted in March, and put on hold for Corona-chan) 65, 65, 65, 66, 67, 67, 67, 67, 68, 68, 68, 68, 68, 69, 70, 70, 72, 76, 76, 78, 79, 83, 85, 85, 86. Those are the ages of 25 of the most senior Republican US Senators (in rank and in age) older … Continue reading Republican Senate: Who will lead?
See my RNC Predictions here, my super short post on the DNC here. Ill go over some of my RNC predictions later. Lets do another quick recap of the DNC: All online, no audience, pre recordedBoring, tired, mellowNarrative was to be calm adults in the room with broad support. United party even though we know … Continue reading RNC 2020 Recap
The convention will be best known for this clown act, directed by a YouTuber who hadn’t upgraded their skills since 2006. There is no point to discussing the DNC in length. As a convention, it completely missed the mark. What should have been a presentation to middle Americans and centrists nationwide ended up being a … Continue reading DNC 2020: A forgettable joke
Regardless of election results, there will be massive protests following the election, until shortly after inauguration. The unrest will be similar to ANTIFA/occupy, and occur not only in the same cities, but even more. They will be larger in scale than now, 2016, or post 2000/2004 elections. More Portland’s, Kenosha’s, and Minneapolis’s. On that note, … Continue reading Advice for November: leave the cities.
I am working on a separate post about why the DNC was a failure, and how they will lose, and what they could do to win. Before I state my predictions, let’s sum up the DNC: All online, no audience, pre recorded Boring, tired, mellowNarrative was to be calm adults in the room with broad … Continue reading RNC Predictions.
People have been saying for years that Texas will turn blue. Most Republicans refused to believe it, saying it would "never happen here," despite the world changing in front of their eyes. Well, now the future is here. In the last 20 years, the population has grown by 8 million people. Some of this is … Continue reading Texas Going Blue
Donald Trump finally responded to the COVID crisis via executive order. (See list of executive orders here) To that end, at least we know what his plan is going forward (which depends on his re-election, and we are now hostages). I’m not happy because: 1- we are now hostages; 2- the EO’s stand on tenuous … Continue reading Executive Powers
When California announced churches need to keep social distancing, and shut down, John MacArthur came out and said "no, we will remain open, hear me roar." What is interesting is that two years ago he held conferences about obeying police, civil authorities, and claimed the American Revolution was sinful disobedience against the will of God. … Continue reading John MacArthur is no hero