Debbie Wasserman-Schultz – The Democrat Civil War’s Latest Victim

After spending much of the last week deriding Republicans’ squabbles during their national convention last week, Democrats now find themselves in disarray. The week got off to an inauspicious start and went straight downhill from there. It began with Clinton selecting Sen. Tim Kaine, a safe choice that re-enflamed the tensions between the centrist and…
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Leaked Emails Show Sanders Was Squashed by Democrat Party Machine

With a name like the “Democratic Party” you’d think they’d embrace the concepts of democracy. Instead, they’ve become experts at rigging the system to rain favor upon their chosen candidates and constituencies. It wasn’t exactly a secret that Bernie Sanders was on the wrong end of the Democrat Party machine. He wasn’t a woman or…
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Democrats’ Poisoning the Well With Sanders’ Supporters

Bernie Sanders isn’t just hanging around the Democratic primary because he has nothing better to do. He’s not even staying in the race to make a point. He’s in the race because he’s desperate to foment a revolution among the liberal wing of the Democrat Party. “I think we are perpetuating the political revolution by…
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Winners and Losers from Third Democrat Debate

The three Democrats running for president gathered on stage Saturday night for a debate that hardly anyone watched. As it turns out, more Americans would rather watch the eighty-second airing of Elf than tune in to watch a bunch of out-of-touch Democrats argue about global warming’s impact on terrorism on the Saturday before Christmas. So,…
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Democrats’ Decision to Protect Hillary by Limiting Debates is Coming Under Fire

Democrats desperately didn’t want things to turn out this way. It wasn’t that long ago that Hillary Clinton was the “chosen one,” the name brand, next-in-line candidate who would carry them to victory in 2016. The Democratic National Committee did everything they could to help her maintain her frontrunner status, not the least of which…
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Rick Perry’s Compelling History of Job Creation

Rick Perry has joined the long, and ever-growing list of candidates who have thrown their hat into the ring in the race for the White House. There will no doubt be gallons of ink splashed across newspaper pages discussing Perry’s “oops” moment from his 2012 campaign, when he was unable to remember the name the…
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Democrats’ Attempt at Introspection Turns Into Navel Gazing

Following the 2012 presidential elections Republicans knew they had a problem. We also weren’t exactly shy about trying to figure out what it was. “There’s no one reason we lost,” RNC Director Reince Preibus said following a months-long assessment of the party and its shortcomings. “Our message was weak; our grand game was insufficient; we…
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The Hypocrisy of Democrats Post-Midterm Posturing

Over the past two presidential election cycles the Republican Party has undergone a lot of intra-party strife. A landslide loss to an out-of-nowhere candidate named Barack Obama in 2008 and another crushing defeat in 2012 led to a lot of soul-searching turned navel-gazing. The defeats sparked a debate amongst Republicans who couldn’t figure out whether…
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Democrats: We Know Voters Agree With Us. They’re Just Not Voting.

Following the 2012 presidential elections the Republican Party made a concerted effort to figure out what went wrong. The Republican National Committee issued a damning assessment, saying the party is “marginalizing itself,” in no small part because young voters are “rolling their eyes at what the party represents,” because the party could reasonably be cast…
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The Public Isn’t Buying Democrats’ Economic Happy-Talk

Democratic National Committee Chairwoman Debbie Wasserman-Schultz did her best to ignore the polls and disregard recent election results in recent comments downplaying the importance of Obamacare in the coming midterms. “When I go home, and I’ll broaden it out to colleagues who I’ve spoken to, the Affordable Care Act is not the first thing that…
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