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Wednesday, March 16, 2016 -- Obama's Supremely Bad Nominee, Everything Is At Stake, Results, Going Forward

Obama's Supremely Bad Nominee

At the White House this morning, President Obama announced his nominee for the Supreme Court -- Judge Merrick Garland of the Circuit Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia.

The media are dutifully attempting to spin Garland as a "centrist" or a "consensus choice." Consider this headline from the Los Angeles Times: "...

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Tuesday, March 15, 2016 -- Survival Tuesday, All Eyes On Ohio, Hillary's Hits, House Uses The G-Word

Survival Tuesday

Voters are going to the polls today in five states: Florida, Illinois, Missouri, North Carolina and Ohio. For Democrats, 691 delegates are at stake. For Republicans, 358 delegates are up for grabs.

Some pundits have taken to calling today's round of voting "Survival Tuesday" because Republicans are entering the first round of "winner-take-all" contests,...

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Monday, March 14, 2016 -- The Left Attacks, Double Standards, A Few Truths, A Brief Reminder

The Left Attacks

Of all the counterproductive things that have happened in the campaign this year, perhaps the most troubling took place Friday night. A left-wing mob organized by MoveOn.org, activists from the Black Lives Matter and Occupy Wall Street movements, and a dozen other radical groups, sent thousands of people into the streets of Chicago and inside an arena where Donald Trump was scheduled to speak. Bill...

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Friday, March 11, 2016 -- Debate Recap, Islam & Hate, Iran Attacked U.S. Dam, Government Gone Wild

Debate Recap

Last night's Republican debate thankfully had a lot less vitriol and a good discussion of the issues. There were clear policy differences, but the exchanges avoided the schoolyard taunts that have dominated previous debates.

Perhaps the best example of the new-found civility came when Donald Trump tried to explain that while he was pro-Israel, he would, nevertheless, maintain a...

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Thursday, March 10, 2016 -- Debate Night, Open Borders, Palestinian Terrorist Kills U.S. Veteran, Reagan & Blue Collar Workers

Debate Night

Tune in tonight for the twelfth Republican presidential primary debate. Tonight's debate will take place in Miami, Florida, and will be broadcast live on CNN at 8:30 p.m. ET.

You can also watch the debate live online at CNN.com.

Democrats Demand Open Borders


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Wednesday, March 9, 2016 -- Results, Betrayed, Angst & Discontent, Kudos To Buzz

The Results: Democrats

Bernie Sanders stunned the pundits and proved the pollsters wrong yesterday. The last poll before the Michigan primary gave Hillary Clinton a whopping 27-point lead. But Sanders' voters ignored the polls and gave him a 50% to 48% victory over Hillary. One commentator said the Michigan polling was "among the greatest polling errors in primary history."

But Mrs. Clinton had some...

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Tuesday, March 8, 2016 -- Four More Today, The Left Unites, Abortion Extremism, Elites Purge Faith

Four More Today

Republican voters in Hawaii, Idaho, Michigan and Mississippi are going to the polls today to cast their ballots in the presidential primaries. Democrats are voting today in Michigan and Mississippi.

Michigan is the biggest prize at stake for both parties. Most polls show Donald Trump holding double-digit leads over his nearest competitor, although one poll did find John Kasich narrowly...

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Monday, March 7, 2016 -- Weekend Results, Clinton's Extremism, GOP Shattering, Goodbye Nancy

Weekend Results: Democrats

Democrats went to the polls over the weekend in Kansas, Louisiana, Maine and Nebraska. Bernie Sanders won three states, while Hillary Clinton won only Louisiana.

But Clinton's crushing win in the Bayou State (71% to 23%) offset her losses elsewhere. Clinton and Sanders essentially split the delegates up for grabs -- 64 for Sanders and 62 for Clinton. In the race for the...

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Friday, March 4, 2016 -- 11th Debate, Donald Dumps CPAC, Romney Fallout

The 11th Debate

Last night's debate was somewhat more substantive and not quite as childish as the previous debates, although it had its low moments, too. The one positive takeaway from the night was that everyone, including Donald Trump, reiterated their pledge to support the nominee of the Republican Party. That is a good thing.

The main target at the debate was the front-runner. Sometimes it can be strategic for candidates...

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Thursday, March 3, 2016 -- Debate Night, Mitt Gets Tough, Servergate Immunity, Terrorists Streaming In

Debate Night

Tune in tonight for the eleventh Republican presidential primary debate. We're down to the "final four" -- Donald Trump, Ted Cruz, Marco Rubio and John Kasich.

Tonight's debate will take place in Detroit, Michigan, and will be broadcast live on Fox News at 9:00 p.m. ET. You can also watch the debate live online at FoxNews.com...

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