Let's be blunt. This will be the substance of tonight's debate as seen by me. Martin O'Malley: "Please please notice me, I'm an actual alternative to Hillary who was born after Peter Paul and Mary was formed who does't have a theme song written before the invention of the video game." So if you really … Continue reading What to Watch for in tonight’s Democratic Debate? Absolutely Nothing we know what will be said
The questions that have been asked so far in this debate, illustrate why the American people don’t trust the media. This is not a cage match. And if you look at the questions, Donald Trump, are you a comic book villain? Ben Carson, can you do the math? John Kasich, can you insult two people … Continue reading The #Unexpectedly Chronicles MSM Spends Friday Proving Ted Cruz Right
By John Ruberry We are now firmly within the Screeching Age of political discourse. Last month at the leftist NetRoots convention, Black Lives Matters activists shouted down two Democratic presidential candidates, former Maryland governor Martin O'Malley and Vermont senator Bernie Sanders, as they tried to speak to an audience that was already sympathetic to the … Continue reading #BlackLivesMatter: Welcome to the Screeching Age of political discussion
After reading this post at hotair Yes, Martin O’Malley stood in front of the Netroots Nations crowd and dared to say “all lives matter.” He compounded the error to an infinite degree by including, “white lives matter.” In retrospect, I’m rather shocked that he got out of there with all of his skin intact. The … Continue reading Would #netrootsnation tell us which lives don’t matter?
By John Ruberry The world was poised to stop nearly two hours ago when Hillary Clinton was supposed to announce on social media that she is running for president again. Perhaps she is trying to emulate Barack Obama's well-known tardiness. Now I am hearing the announcement will coming later this afternoon. The plan after that, or so … Continue reading Does Hillary prefer Chicago’s Palmer House over Iowa?