The Other McCain

"One should either write ruthlessly what one believes to be the truth, or else shut up." — Arthur Koestler

Tancredo Rejects the GOoP

by Smitty Tom Tancredo offers the kind of leadership the GOoP needs: The Boehner budget deal is the last straw, and enough is enough. I cannot any longer defend this transparently dishonest charade called the Republican Party. What I will do instead is join the largest political group in the nation, unaffiliated Independents. In Colorado, […]

Santorum Says Immigration ‘Flooding This Country’ With Low-Wage Workers

Allan Wall calls attention to an exchange in Wednesday’s “undercard” debate in which Rick Santorum discussed the economic impact of immigration on America’s working class: [W]e have the lowest labor participation rate in 50 years and we also have the slowest growth in wages in the history of our country, any 20-year period. In fact, the […]

Rubio Knocks Out Jeb Bush in Debate

  The general consensus, and also my own personal opinion, is that Marco Rubio was the big winner of Wednesday’s Republican presidential debate on CNBC. Polls have shown Rubio stuck in the second tier behind the two “outsider” candidates who are the current front-runners, Donald Trump and Ben Carson. Rubio is young, smart and articulate, […]

What Winding Webbs Woyalty Weaves

by Smitty Jim Webb has never quite added up for me. Fellow IFNAG, political opportunist who beat George Allen, both for Senate in 2006, and for Most Boring Senator From Virginia, is supposedly about to feel something about an independent run. The only motive I can figure out for this quixotic effort is to make […]

‘Carly Cut His Balls Off’?

Certainly, many Fox News viewers must have been shocked Wednesday night by Rich Lowry’s comments to Megyn Kelly: “Look Trump attacks everyone but she’s become a much bigger target. And I think part of what’s going on here is that last debate. Let’s be honest, Carly cut his balls off with the precision of a […]

It’s Almost As Though The Whole Thing Were Orchestrated

by Smitty I’m not saying that it’s all deliberate, but. . . But it was Fiorina who stole the show. Excluded from the first debate last month, she finally had an opportunity to introduce herself to potential primary voters outside of Iowa and New Hampshire. Her performance was so impressive she didn’t even bother to […]

The $10 Answer: Phyllis Schlafly

When the Republican presidential candidates were asked in Wednesday’s CNN debate which woman they would choose to replace Alexander Hamilton on the $10 bill, I was disappointed with their answers. Ben Carson said his mother, Mike Huckabee said his wife and Jeb Bush named Margaret Thatcher, while Marco Rubio, Ted Cruz and Donald Trump seemed […]

Did Trump Feel Like He Was A Black Woman While Having Military Feelings?

by Smitty This blog is not clear whether an opportunity for modern emotional politics is being missed or not: the Republican presidential candidate and multibillionaire business tycoon said in a forthcoming book that he still “always felt that I was in the military” because he attended a military boarding school and “dealt with those people.” […]

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