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Can Conservative Ryan Accept Liberal Trump?

Can Conservative Ryan Accept Liberal Trump?

Ryan told Tapper, “…as a conservative, I want to see a verification that our conservative principles will be championed, will be run on, will be represented, and will be brought to the public in the country in a way that’s appealing for us to be successful.”

Will He Use Trumped-up Colorado Lies as Excuse for Third-Party Run?

Will He Use Trumped-up Colorado Lies as Excuse for Third-Party Run?

Colorado is getting falsely smeared by Trump’s lies repeated by a lazy and ignorant media. “They (the party establishment) took the votes away from the people in Colorado” he raves. Is Trump laying the groundwork for claiming that GOP “unfairness” is driving him to a third-party run if he doesn’t have the majority of delegate votes by the Cleveland convention?

Poll: 64% Supreme Court Vacancy Important Factor in Voting

Poll: 64% Supreme Court Vacancy Important Factor in Voting

Today, Family Research Council (FRC) released the results of a commissioned national survey conducted by WPA Opinion Research showing that 64 percent of likely voters agree the Supreme Court will be “an important factor in determining who you vote for in November’s elections.” 71% of Republican voters and 63% of Democratic voters rank the Supreme Court as an important factor.

Insert Miracle Here

Insert Miracle Here

One of my sons is an engineer. While in college he had a t-shirt he was fond of and I must admit, it was pretty good. It went something like this: A student is standing in front of huge blackboard full of math calculations looking very pleased with himself. The problem is very long, full of symbols, numbers…everything you can imagine that makes no sense to the average person and right in the middle of all of it was this: (Insert Miracle Here) Standing next to the very proud student is the professor who is not quite so convinced.

The Disappearing Governors

The Disappearing Governors

That’s an amazing revelation because just one year ago all the smart betting was that the next president would be a Republican governor.

And why not? The governors were supposed to be the GOP’s talent pool.