Republican Voter News

Advantage: Bernie Sanders (and Donald Trump)

Quick note: My wife’s scans were great. Thanks for the prayers. I really do appreciate them. ——- The headlines in Vegas could write themselves after last night’s debate. Ouch. “Pocahantas went on the warpath against Bloomberg.” “Bloomberg takes a gamble in Vegas.” “Bloomberg stopped and frisked in Nevada.” “Snake eyes for Bloomberg” It was a…

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Humpty Dumpty Bloomberg

All of his billions and all of his paid surrogates could do no favors for Mike Bloomberg after last night’s debate. Wow. The only good debate moments for Bloomberg were when he shut up. He did not come across good. He did not come across prepared. He came across as arrogant and out of touch.…

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Dueling conservative endorsements in the race to replace Mark Meadows

In less than two weeks (March 3), Republicans in Rep. Mark Meadows’ district will go to the polls to select a GOP nominee to replace the retiring congressman. The race is generating a lot of drama, partly due to dueling endorsements.  Meadows has decided to endorse Lynda Bennett, a close friend of his wife whose…

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Bernie Still Thinks That MSNBC Doesn’t Like Him

Because he’s a socialist, Bernie Sanders is naturally obsessed with “fairness.” I’ve written before about how Sanders and his campaign love to complain about bias against them at MSNBC – the most left-leaning mainstream television news outlet. The campaign is at it again. Vanity Fair reports that Faiz Shakir, Sander’s campaign manager, is tired of…

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Bernie Is Now The Sole Frontrunner

New national polling shows that Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders is now the undisputed frontrunner in the Democratic national primary. A spate of new polls shows that Sanders now has approximately 30 percent of support from national Democrats with Joe Biden, Michael Bloomberg, and Elizabeth Warren vying for second place. Three polls released over the past…

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Loeffler Rolls while Collins Flounders

When Kelly Loeffler was appointed to the US Senate, there was a lot to be excited about. She had strong conservative positions, had been vetted by the most conservative Governor Georgia has ever had, was an outsider with incredible private sector success, and seemed set to elevate the electoral outlook of Georgia conservatives for years…

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Polygamists, Throuples, and the Un-defining of Marriage

One of the silliest things about the debate over so-called gay marriage was the persistent mischaracterization of it being an effort to “redefine” the institution. To redefine something, you have to actually advocate an alternative definition to the one currently embraced. Yet no matter how often conservatives, traditionalists, and Christians asked the LGBT lobby to…

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Is It Bloomberg Or Bernie Who Is Buying Election?

Perhaps alarmed at Michael Bloomberg’s rise in the polls, Bernie Sanders recently tweeted an accusation that the former New York mayor was trying to “buy the presidency” and should not be allowed to do so. Sanders is obviously aiming his ire at Bloomberg’s campaign, which is self-funded by his vast fortune, but is spending your…

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