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Why This Berniecrat will be Voting for Gary Johnson in the General [STRATEGY GUIDE]

This Berner is Looking at Gary Johnson for the Long Game As I sit here in front of my computer at 1:22 a.m. Texas time, I try my hardest to feign surprise or shock over the results of the California primary. I hoped against hope that the guy who espo...
by Sofakingnews on Jun 8, 2016

Mombasa Governor and Senator Hassan Omar Root For Joint CORD Primaries

Governor Hassan Joho and two MPs have said they are ready to battle for CORD’s gubernatorial ticket. Nyali MP Awiti Bolo, who has expressed interest in the governor’s seat, said he wanted to face the two in a fair contest. And Senator Has...
by Jobs & Vacancies in Kenya on May 31, 2016

...And The Winner Is...

Ah, another group of primaries today.  I'd like to say, "May the best man win" but alas there is no best man.As I watch clips from the various candidates I wonder when they going to realize that in their attempts to oust The Donald they look wea...
by Dogwalk Musings on Mar 15, 2016

The collapse of the centre ground and Brexit

The timing of the referendum on Britain’s membership of the EU could not be better for those on the right and far right of the political spectrum. In the wake of a refugee crisis, which has seen public sympathy for the plight of the huge number...
by Socialist Unity on Feb 24, 2016

That point when you know that something has gone too far…

You know, extreme fashion like bell bottoms and clothes made from meat, a practical joke that pushed the limits of good taste, Boy George… That kind of too far. Sooooo, America? You have now and officially gone too far. Stop the stupidity. Now,...
by Trashy's World on Feb 24, 2016

Politics and Prune Juice Episode #9 – Scalia, New Hampshire, and Hillary’s Beating

The judicial showdown between the U.S. Senate and the White House is the focus of our ninth episode of Politics and Prune Juice. Host Matt Stevens discusses why Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY) must have lost or forgotten ... Read More...
by Prune Juice Media on Feb 18, 2016

I'd Vote For Who???

A friend sent me one of those questionnaires that often circulate around the web.  It was  about which Presidential candidate matched most closely my way of thinking.  I take them for fun on occasion but half heartedly because there ar...
by Dogwalk Musings on Feb 17, 2016

Bernie Sanders firing truth missiles at Clinton over the legacy of Henry Kissinger

The post Bernie Sanders firing truth missiles at Clinton over the legacy of Henry Kissinger appeared on Socialist Unity.
by Socialist Unity on Feb 13, 2016

Cruzin' For A Bruisin'

I've though for some time now that Ted Cruz is the modern day Elmer Gantry.  Full of high minded hypocrisy.  In other words he's not my "second choice" for President and definitely not my first.I thought the Iowa caucuses were more than eno...
by Dogwalk Musings on Feb 4, 2016

The Crude And The Corrupt

Sounds like a title for a good soap, doesn't it?  Well, truth is sometimes stranger than fiction and these two are proof positive.As I've said on many occasions I understand Trump's appeal as well as Hillary's lack of same.With Trump there's no...
by Dogwalk Musings on Jan 2, 2016

JFK WINS FIRST BALLOT NOMINATION

JFK WON PRESIDENTIAL NOMINATION 55 YEARS AGO TONIGHTLos Angeles, California (JFK+50) Fifty-five years ago tonight, July 13, 1960, Senator John F. Kennedy of Massachusetts was nominated on the first ballot at the Democratic National Convention he...
by JFK+50 on Jul 13, 2015

Dear Ted Cruz,

I was going to write you a short note to congratulate you (I guess) for becoming the first officially-announced candidate for president…in a primary season whose first election is still more than a year away, for a general election even … Con...
by Hey, it's Pat Ryan's blog! on Mar 30, 2015

Ted Cruz is running for President. Now that’s entertainment.

Ted Cruz announced he is running for President today. One of the sleaziest, most obnoxious, low-functioning members of Congress has chosen to waste everyone’s time by jetting around the country for the next year-and-a-half putting his ignorance on...
by That's Going Too Far! on Mar 23, 2015

The Beauty of Cochran's Win

Thad Cochran is old.  He looks old.  He's of the ilk of which I speak when I say it's time for them to retire.  Heck, he's four years older than me!  Time for new blood and fresh ideas.The people of Mississippi don't agree.  ...
by Dogwalk Musings on Jun 26, 2014

Eric Cantor Out as Majority Leader

A simply stunning outcome last night in Virginia.  A house majority leader loses in his party's primary.  Something that has never happened in the history of our country.  I personally thought that Cantor didn't take the race seriously...
by just a conservative girl on Jun 11, 2014

A Little Twat and a Whole Lot of Controversy - When Republicans Are Their Own Worst Enemies

Bob Fitzsimmons, Treasurer of the Republican Party of Virginia (RPV) used the word twat in a facebook discussion a few nights ago.  Twat in case you don't know is sometimes used as slang for the female vulva.  Now, I am not going to sit her...
by just a conservative girl on Feb 28, 2014

Is this the REAL Hillary Clinton? (Photos and Captions)

Will the mainstream media continue to do its assumed job in the 2016 presidential primaries and general election in relation to the vetting, or more accurately non-vetting, of Hillary Clinton? Or will it put aside it ideological mission to elect her...
by The Political Commentator on Oct 20, 2013

Is this the REAL Hillary Clinton?

Will the mainstream media continue to do its assumed job in the 2016 presidential primaries of the Democrat Party and in the general election concerning the vetting of Hillary Clinton? Or will it put aside it ideological mission to elect her preside...
by The Political Commentator on Oct 20, 2013

'Super primaries' behind 'village' free school proposal

Mary Seacole celebrated on a Jamaican stamp Another free school proposal is being pursued in the Queen's Park, Kensal, North Kensington area. This school, Seacole Primary Free  LINK, presumably named after the Jamaican nurse heroine of the...
by wembleymatters on Nov 27, 2012

Great mistakes in politics (No42) Rick Perry’s Oops moment

For all the talk of the 2012 US Presidential election being about ‘social media’, it actually demonstrated that live TV debates still mattered. Throughout the campaign the debates probably shaped the public’s perception of the candidates more t...


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