Mark Levin’s new book, Plunder and Deceit, takes aim at the familiar catalog of destructive Obama Administration policies but with a new twist: He focuses, specifically, on how they harm children and the next generation.
One easy way to tell what kind of Speaker Kevin McCarthy or Congressman Dan Webster — or any new aspirant — would be is to ask them a simple question: Would you call an immediate, on the record, vote on repealing the special exemption Congress granted itself from ObamaCare?
The last fundraising report indicates that the Sanders-Clinton match has all the hallmarks of the Obama-Clinton race of 2008 with Hillary making all the same mistakes now that she did then:
• As her momentum has slows, so has Hillary’s fund raising. In the winter — second quarter — she raised $48 million but in the third quarter, this past summer, she raised only $28 million.
Published on TheHill.com on September 29, 2015
The conventional wisdom in Washington is wrong as usual. It says that Republicans need to look for a centrist Speaker who will be willing and able to cut deals with the president to show how the GOP is capable of governing.
The latest NBC/WSJ poll, conducted from September 20-24, has Hillary only slightly ahead of Bernie Sanders in the national sample of registered Democratic voters. Hillary polls at 42%, Sanders at 35%, and Biden at 17%. With Sanders a bare seven points behind the former Secretary of State, her candidacy is in a state of grave peril.
John Boehner needed resigning.
His leadership has consisted of acting as an intermediary in the ongoing surrender negotiations of the conservatives we elected to Congress and the president we were trying to circumscribe. If Donald Trump wrote a book on the Art of the Deal, Boehner could write one on the Art of the Sellout.
Both Tim Pawlenty, in 2011, and Scott Walker, in 2015, began their campaigns with high expectations based on their records as governor. Tim of Minnesota and Scott of Wisconsin. But, before the actual election year dawned, they both found themselves on the outside of the nominating process looking in. Pawlenty had to drop out and Walker will likely have to do so soon.
The sight of a woman like Carly Fiorina — like that of an African-American like Dr. Ben Carson — vying for the Republican nomination for president is enough to make all our pulses beat faster. It is, after all, only by breaking the Democrats’ condominium over blacks, Latinos, single women, gays, and young voters that Republicans can at avoid ultimate extinction.
I couldn’t believe my eyes or ears when Ben Carson was asked about what his response would have been had he been president on 9/11. I couldn’t believe his answer. He said that a better response than sending troops to Afghanistan to hunt down al Qaeda would have been to make an all-out effort to achieve energy independence!
The most recent poll to chronicle Hillary Clinton’s collapse — this one by the Washington Post/ABC News — shows that there is no difference between her vote share among men and among women. No gender gap.
Hillary gets the support of 42% of Democratic Primary male voters and an identical percentage among female voters in the national survey.