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Oct. 10, 2016


Although you wouldn't believe it reading the commentaries from the Democrat side, but Donald Trump wiped the floor with Bill and Hillary Clinton. A couple of one liners are vying for historic status among the great debates: She should be in jail, or You lie, that's the big difference between Abe Lincoln and you. Clearly the media are never going to concede defeat, and neither are the Clintonites. CNN claims a 57 to 34 score. The 'fact checking' obsession has reached the point of absurdity: they are now fact checking figures of speech! Frank Luntz Says Trump really wowed his focus group: ‘First Time There’s Been Any Genuine Movement'. The media are sticking to 'scienticfic' polling. If they were truly scientific, the outcome would not have been instantaneous. This is clearly an argument from authority. The narrative is a repetition from the first debate, which they also refused to concede. Unlike in true debating contests there are no objective standards here. Given that, the voters will give their final judgement on November 8.

Oct. 9, 2016


Oct 9, 2016 2nd Presidential Debate, Trump Vs Hillary. 

Oct. 5, 2016


Last night's VP debate was very effective. Hillary Clinton is an accomplished liar to the point of pathology. Her running mate seems to lack that capacity, unbeknownst exposing the absurd constructs team Clinton has built to attack her opponent. The Kaine debating style just enhances Hillary's screeching tones. Unlike Donald Trump, his VP refused to be drawn into a defensive posture. Instead he flipped the narrative highlighting the hypocrisies and absurdities, while explaining the superior Trump program. Far from irrelevant, this VP Debate drew a sharp contrast between the two choices voters are facing on November 8. On a more flippant note, Kaine gender-neutered himself as Hillary's "right hand person". Use of the word "man" is now officially a micro aggression. 

Oct. 4, 2016


Oct. 4, 2016 Infowars LIVE FEED: Pence Vs Kaine, VP Debate.

Oct. 3, 2016


The New York Times executive editor said during a visit to Harvard in September that he would risk jail to publish Donald Trump’s tax returns. He made good on his word Saturday night when the Times published Trump tax documents from 1995, which show the Republican presidential nominee claimed losses of $916 million that year — enough to avoid paying federal income taxes for as many as 18 years afterward (More)

Oct. 2, 2016


Hillary will play this as news about Trump brought by the NYT, but in actual fact it is NYT acting as the propaganda arm of Team Clinton. The Trump campaign issued a statement (source). How NYT got the document is unclear. The Trump campaign says the document was obtained illegally. But leading Trumpists claim it was fed to NYT by the Trump campaign itself. In that light the comments by Chris Christie are starting to make sense. Bo Snerdley senses the trap.

Oct. 1, 2016


The conspiracy theories that came out of the first debate are plentiful. Some have been debunked, others have been partly answered, but not explained. Only one has been confirmed: that Trump's audio wasn't working properly, like he said. A reason was not provided by the Debate Commission. It's kind of staggering, given that 100 million people were expected to tune in. The least you would expect was technical perfection. If the audio was sabotaged, we will never get to hear about it. The mysterious man taking away Hillary's notes is Brady Williamson, a Democrat handler and negotiator with the commission. A new theory has emerged, that Hillary must have had some text devise installed within her lectern. The footage is rather persuasive. Hillary is seen making a scrolling gesture. 

Sep. 29, 2016


In a series of three campaign events post debate, Republican presidential nominee Donald J. Trump rolled out a new campaign theme highlighting his populist nationalism and contrasting that with Hillary Clinton’s elitist globalism. (...) “Hillary Clinton is an insider fighting for her donors and her insiders,” Trump said, but “mostly fighting for herself. I am an outsider fighting for you. We’re fighting together. We’re fighting together.” From there, he launched his new campaign theme: “Everything you need to know about Hillary Clinton can be understood with this simple phrase: Follow The Money.” “Follow The Money,” a reference back to investigators who look for motive in a certain wrongdoing by someone, is what several Trump aides tell Breitbart News going to be a huge new focus of the campaign. Trump is going to, since Monday night’s debate at Hofstra University an hour away from here on Long Island leading up to the next debate in St. Louis, they say, highlight the contrast of how Hillary Clinton stands up for special interests so as to enrich herself while he stands up for ordinary American workers. The populist pitch has been common throughout his campaign, but aides say to expect a reinvigorated triple down version of it in the coming weeks. Trump is fighting for the everyman, while Clinton is fighting for herself, they say will be the message. (...) 

Sep. 28, 2016


More fall out of the first Trump vs Clinton debate. The Democrats simply have to lie and cheat, or they would never, ever come to power. They do so for example by "negotiated rigging", meaning that it is part of the conditions: the moderator is tasked with making it easier on the Democrat candidate. A mysterious man was seen removing notes from Hillary's lectern immediately upon the conclusion of the debate. But wait, there's more. 
Last night’s first Presidential Debate of the 2016 election cycle between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump was 100% rigged to sabotage the Republican Presidential nominee. We can say that with definitive certainty. How? Well, we told you exactly what was going to go down at the debate 28 days ago, step by step. Almost tactic by tactic. True Pundit, on August 30, published Confessions of a Former Hillary Clinton Campaign Operative, which unveiled the MSM’s script for the debate strategy to minimize Trump via debate moderator. The fix was in weeks ago. (...) Lester Holt did exactly what True Pundit predicted he would do a month ago via intelligence received from a former Clinton campaign guru (More). 

Sep. 27, 2016


Hillary won the debate for the media, the establishment, the experts and the insiders. Trump won the debate where it matters, in the yes of the voters. Scott Adams, the cartoonist of Dilbert, has this interesting perspective:
Trump and Clinton debated each other for the first time last night. Here’s how I score the night.  Clinton won on points. She had more command of the details and the cleaner answers. Trump did a lot of interrupting and he was defensive. If this were a college debate competition, Clinton would be declared the winner. I call that victory on the 2D chess board. But voters don’t care about facts and debating style. They care about how they feel. So let’s talk about that. For starters, Trump and Clinton both seemed “presidential” enough. That mattered more for Trump. We haven’t seen him off the teleprompter lately. So Trump passed that test by being sufficiently serious. (...) By tomorrow, no one will remember what either of them said during the debate. But we will remember how they made us feel. Clinton won the debate last night. And while she was doing it, Trump won the election. He had one thing to accomplish – being less scary – and he did it. (More)

Sep. 26, 2016


2016 LIVE HQ Donald Trump & Hillary Clinton 1st Presidential Debate.

RSBN will be LIVE from Hofstra University in Hempstead, NY for the first Presidential debate of 2016 between Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton. Coverage starts live at 6:00 PM ET. Watch the LIVE stream or the replay. Bw, Gennifer Flowers will not be attending the debate. In the meantime the Democrats have disseminated the narrative that Trump is such a liar that the moderator is required to go beyond the call of duty and double as her fact checker. Like Mike Lauer, Lester Holt's career is dog's breakfast if he doesn't play moderator, judge, jury and executioner tonight. Apparently Hillary can't hope to win the debate without stacking the deck. Sad really. If you are of the snow flake generation please take the following trigger warning into consideration!


Sep 26, 2016 RSBN "pregame" broadcast for the first Presidential debate of 2016 between Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton.

Sep. 7, 2016


Clinton and Trump's first head to head is not in a debate but in a forum, moderated by liberal hack and Clinton Foundation donor, Matt Lauer. The candidates will not even be sharing a stage. 

On Wednesday, Sept. 7, NBC News and MSNBC — along with the Iraq and Afghanistan Veterans of America — will host the the Commander-in-Chief Forum in New York City. It will be a one-hour forum where Clinton and Trump will answer questions about national security, military affairs and veterans issues in front of an audience mainly made up of members of the military. The two candidates will not be on the stage at the same time, but will instead go back to back. (Source)

Aug. 31, 2016


Donald Trump and Mexican President Pena Nieto Hold Press Conference.

Donald Trump surprised friend and foe today by accepting an invitation from the Mexican President Pena Nieto to come and discuss the issues from up close. It was Trump's first diplomatic coup.   

Aug. 13, 2016



Aug 10, 2016 Donald Trump says President Obama Founded ISIS, Ft Lauderdale, FL.

Democrats, and assorted RINOs ripped into Trump this week about his seemingly casually made remark that "Obama founded ISIS and Hillary is the co-founder". It's debatable who founded ISIS, the Iraqi resistance to US occupation + Sadamists, or their leader Al Baghdadi, the successor of Al Zarqawi? But the case could also very well be made that the terror group only metastasized into the full scale battle force it is today that could occupy a territory the size of France, after Obama created a power vacuum. Trump's claim is not outrageous and it certainly isn't irrational. In the previous posting we saw furthermore that the Obama/Neocon strategy in Syria is so contradictory that the actual target in Syria isn't ISIS at all, but Assad and his allies, the Russians and the Iranians. The situation on the ground reflects that strategic schizophrenia. Meet the 'moderate Syrian rebels' that Clinton and her aide, General John Allen have been arming and training, egged on by John McCain, the Neocon community and the British. Here's the entire Live Blog on the subject of the FSA (since re-labeled Syria Democratic Forces (SDF)). So yes, Obama founded ISIS and Hillary is the co-founder. NEW! Dedicated Live Blog

Aug. 10, 2016


August 08, 2016 - Michael Morell, former number two at the CIA on "CBS This Morning".

The mess in Syria is suddenly brought to the fore during the US Presidential campaign when 50 Republicans of the neocon faction turned against Donald Trump. It now appears they had been groomed for months by the Democratic party to become Globalists4Hillary, replete with an official website: "Republican elected officials, bold-faced names from the George W. Bush administration, CEOs of Fortune 500 companies (...) signed an open letter rejecting Trump’s qualifications to serve as commander in chief.

The mindset of these people was recently illustrated by Former CIA deputy director Michael Morell, who supports Hillary Clinton and insists that Donald Trump is an "agent" of Russian President Vladimir Putin. He said that Russians and Iranians in Syria should be killed covertly to pay the price for killing Americans in Iraq. In other words, rather than pursuing along the lines of strategic national interests, this man is on a personal vendetta. Rather than combating the scourge and the scum of Sunni Islamism -- ISIS -- he'd go after their enemies -- Russians, Iranians and Assad, arming and training damned terrorists. So now you know how the Obama/Clinton regime created ISIS!

Last Friday Morell became the latest neocon to join the Hillary bandwagon with a NYT Op-Ed titled "I Ran the C.I.A. Now I'm Endorsing Hillary Clinton" in which he not only praised Hillary but slammed Donald Trump (...) What Morell, who sought to portray himself as bipartisan, did not say, is that he was an active participant in painting the Benghazi attacks as caused by YouTube video. (...)  What he also forgot to mention is that in 2013, he left the CIA to join a DC consultancy group with strong links to Hillary Clinton. Beacon Global Strategies, Morell's employer, is a ten-person firm whose co-founders include Philippe Reines, a senior counselor to Hillary Clinton when she ran the State Department. Reines is still her spokesman (...) will also likely be part of the Clinton spin machine. But what he most certainly did not mention is that when it comes to the pinnacle of neocons (for Hillary), none matches Mr. Morell.  (More)

Robert Spencer of Jihad Watch recently discussed the open letter from 50 Republican national security officials, who declared, “None of us will vote for Donald Trump.” “It’s really astonishing when you think about Hillary Clinton’s sorry record as secretary of state, in Benghazi, and everything else. The world on fire, the creation of ISIS, all these things can be laid at the feet of Obama and Hillary Clinton,” said Spencer. He said: These military leaders, who are indeed chop-blocking Donald Trump, are obviously part of a foreign-policy establishment that has failed, and knows that it has failed, and knows how threatened it is by the candidacy of Donald Trump, and is trying to protect its hold on power. But it’s really, incredibly, almost intellectually bankrupt for them to be going after Trump in defense of such a pitiable record. Spencer agreed with Bannon that these officials denouncing Trump are the same people who have attacked critics of radical Islam, including himself, Frank Gaffney, and Pamela Geller, over the years. “These are the same ones who made sure that I was removed as an FBI trainer and a trainer of the military,” Spencer recalled (...) 

9 Aug. 2016


Another faction that is repudiating Trump are the scourged earthers of NeverTrump. They are now running an independent candidate, a Globalist pur sang: ex CIA, ex Goldman Sachs and ex UN. He can't win, but he can spoil. The net effect would be the coronation of the Crooked Hillary. Which is why we know this isn't about "Constitutional principles". With Hillary these are certainly not in good hands. So either these people are stupid (which they are not) or they have another agenda, along the same lines as Globalists4Hillary. 

Aug. 5, 2016


Aug 5, 2016 The establishment will stop at nothing to get in their preferred candidate. We've seen them rig the nomination, the media coverage, and in a new move they are even retroactively rigging polls!

UPDATE: Rigged polls, trolls and eeyores on the social media, paid Democrat sock puppets spreading astroturf, media in the tank with fake controversies and accusations made up from scratch. It's all very reminiscent of the previous Obama campaigns. This is war, peeps, civil war without actual weapons. And just like in real wars, anything goes. The aim to power justifies dishonest means. A word of caution to Trumpkins: don't let this get to you. It's standard tactics made to demoralize you. Just reload and fire back both barrels!

  • A recent presidential poll done on Bravo's "Watch What Happens Live" found that viewers of the show strongly prefer Donald Trump to Hillary Clinton. Viewers of "Watch What Happens Live," hosted by Andy Cohen, were encouraged to text in their presidential choice. The results of the survey found that 65 percent respondents favored Donald Trump and only 35 percent favored Hillary Clinton. The results of the poll shocked Cohen (...) was also told by his producers that this poll received more responses than any other poll ever done on "Watch What Happens Live." What makes the results of this poll even more surprising is that the demographics of Bravo viewers are far different than the average stereotype of Donald Trump supporters. Most of the viewers of Bravo, which is known for its "Real Housewives" series and other reality TV shows, are women and homosexuals.

  • The Reuters news agency, which conducts frequent election polls, pulled two questionable tricks last week that appeared to be aimed at improving the results for Democrat presidential candidate Hillary Clinton. The ramifications of these tricks have been fairly noteworthy. Consider the poll results from July 25, for instance. Trump initially garnered a support rating of 40.3 percent versus Clinton’s 37.2 percent. After the “Neither” option was removed, the numbers changed to 38.4 and 40.9 percent, respectively, thus putting the Democrat candidate in the lead. Thankfully, these poll results have no relevance in the real world, where the billionaire candidate continues to build momentum and sell out venue after venue. All these potentially fraudulent results do is give desperate liberals the delusional belief that their candidate has this election in the bag, when in reality, the White House is still up for grabs. (...)

Aug. 3, 2016


Laura Ingraham highlights an aspect we tend to forget when we see Republicans attacking the candidate and siding with the Democrats. They come in 5 types: 1. the NeverTrump cruzaders who hate Trump on personal grounds, mostly rooted in Christian morality. 2. Self righteous RINOs who act shocked at Trump's in your face way of confronting PC, lies and smears; they still don't get this is the only way to fight a dirty information war. That would be the John McCains. 3. The Paul Ryans in the GOP: principled libertarians who can't get their heads around the fact that free trade and open borders are not a value in themselves; the defense of rights and liberty requires borders and a jurisdiction. The 4th category are the Neo Cons, like Kagan. They were Democrats to begin with; they are merely going home. And then there are the donors. Any moral rejection of Trump or appeals to principles in favor of Hillary, proves these people are full of it: the morals and principles of Hillary are in the gutter. Maybe it has something to do with power (or class, or envy most likely).

July 27, 2016


Jul 27, 2016 Donald Trump Presser in Doral, Florida at Trump National Doral.

Trump showed his great genius today once more. The Democrat Party is imploding at their convention. Hillary's candidacy is overshadowed by the Wikileaks email dump, over 20,000 documents allegedly obtained by the Russians by hacking into the DNC email system. (More) While all this is going on, Donald Trump gave a presser in Florida. There 'tongue in cheek' 
he called on the Russians to also help find Hillary's 30,000 missing emails. The DNC and the pundits in the media erupted in outrage that this amounted to "conspiracy with a foreign power", "treason", "sedition", a "danger to national security", etc. As a result of this broohaha now everyone knows Hillary deleted 30,000 emails from her private server in the bathroom of an assistant while she was Secretary of State. But wait, there's more. Far from being treason, the Russians under a treaty agreed with Bill Clinton are obliged to assist in retrieving criminal evidence. But wait, it gets even better.  

July 16, 2016


July 16, 2016: LIVE STREAM Donald Trump Announces Mike Pence as Vice Presidential Candidate.

Donald J. Trump will be announcing Indiana Governor Mike Pence as his Vice Presidential Candidate for the November 2016 Election in New York City at the New York Hilton Midtown. 

July 15, 2016


Indiana Gov. Mike Pence would bring constitutional fidelity, conservative credentials, traditional faith, foreign policy, Washington know-how, and a calm, steady, Midwestern demeanor to a national ticket with Donald Trump, boosting the New York businessman with several types of voters that may prove to be the key to building an electoral coalition that could propel Trump into the White House. (...) Mike Pence would bring at least six positive values to a Trump-Pence ticket. (More)

June 24, 2016


Jun 24, 2016 FULL: Donald Trump historic News Conference after Brexit.  

US presidential candidate Donald Trump delivers official news conference at Turnberry Golf Course.

June 13, 2016


On the Monday morning after the Orlando massacre Donald Trump gave his first interview prior to a speech in New Hampshire on national security with the theme, "the days of deadly ignorance will end". Hillary Clinton on the orders of Obama, to date has refused to say Islamic terrorism. Apparently even she understands we can no longer afford evading proper identification. But Democrats like Harry Reid are still pointing at "guns" as the root of  shootings and terror. 

June 13, 2016 Full replay of Donald Trump's speech in Manchester, NH on national security. (At 11:00)

June 11, 2016


(...) A report written by the Russian Foreign Intelligence Service says that there is an active plot to eliminate Donald Trump, and thereby his threat to the status quo. According to this report. . . found in the possession of the 5 Saudi Arabian nationals detained by Lebanon’s intelligence services this past Monday after their private jet was forced to land by Federation Aerospace Forces was a “heavily encrypted” laptop computer device. Upon Lebanon’s General Directorate of General Security (GDGS) seizing of this laptop device, this report continues, they requested assistance from the SVR in “defeating” its encryption, which was immediately granted. Once this laptop was in the possession of the SVR, this report notes, it was flown to Moscow where computer security analysts were able to unlock its “secret information”, of which the most “startling/confusing” was a document listing the entire travel itinerary and private security plans of Donald Trump for the month of October. (More)

June 1, 2016


May 31, 2016 GOP Donald Trump press conference on the issue of fund raising for Veterans Groups. Starts at 21:00. 

The episode of the epic Trump presser is very informative. The general understanding in medialand is that Trump has really put his foot in the doodoo this time. Their premise is that the successful billionaire somehow tried to appropriate part of the 6 million dollars he raised for the vets. And that it is their duty to question those in power. Trump only started sending out checks to the vets after THEIR heroic intervention! Really? Hillary Clinton hasn't given a presser in months. Meanwhile "email gate" is raging and the Clinton Foundation is donating barely two percent of the proceeds! These hypocrites in the media still believe they have the power they once had! After months of dealing with Trump and the insurgent electorate they still haven't been able to work out that they no longer control the narrative. Trump is not made by the media. This means he is inoculated against media constructed controversies. The remark "So this is how it's gonna be?" from the press corps symbolizes the new, humble position of the media. The press corps'd better get used to it! 

May 29, 2016


Roger Stone feels compelled to warn Trump supporters about a questionable outfit that is masquerading as a Trump Super PAC. The organization, called Great America PAC, has received attention in World Net Daily and the New York Times for the same reasons. Stone connects Ed Rollins, whose day job is working for Teneo, with the organization. Teneo is the company that Huma Abedin worked for simultaneous to her employment under Hillary Clinton in the State Department. Stone says, “Teneo is the Clinton-connected lobbying firm run by Bill Clinton’s former running buddy and chief of staff, Doug Band. Bill Clinton has made millions out of Teneo.” He says, “I think Rollins is a saboteur, there was a fellow named Dean on Fox Business News this morning, he’s their new finance chairman. He neglected to tell us that as Ben Carson’s finance chairman he spent $4.2 million to raise $5.5 million.” Stone tells folks if they want to help Donald Trump one option is to go to the official Trump website and where they will find a link. (More)

May 26, 2016


Donald Trump reached the number of delegates needed to clinch the Republican nomination for president Thursday, completing an unlikely rise that has upended the political landscape and set the stage for a bitter fall campaign. Trump was put over the top in the Associated Press delegate count by a small number of the party's unbound delegates who told the AP they would support him at the national convention in July. Among them is Oklahoma GOP chairwoman Pam Pollard. (...) It takes 1,237 delegates to win the Republican nomination. Trump has reached 1,238. With 303 delegates at stake in five state primaries on June 7, Trump will easily pad his total, avoiding a contested convention in Cleveland. (...) (Source)


Never Trumpers come in two varieties. On the one one hand we have the GOPe Bushies and Mittens, progressive globalists parading as "Conservatives". On the other hand we find the "true Conservatives", often Cruzaders or Cruz supporters, Libertarians who gladly use the strong arm of the Government in the social issues which they derive from religion. Glenn Beck and author Brad Thor are representatives of the latter. Not only are these self appointed knights of morality amazingly inconsistent in their often cited principles. Beck's blind support for Ted Cruz was so uncritical, he simply chose to ignore Cruz junior's and senior's roles in the Seven Mountains Dominionism Cult that saw Ted at the head of a theocracy! (Source) Beck and Thor have become psychological and emotional basket cases. Case in point, on Wednesday’s broadcast of The Glenn Beck Radio Program they discussed their fear that Donald Trump would cause irreparable harm to the United States, democracy, and capitalism. Brad posed the rhetorical question: 
"If Congress won’t remove him from office, what patriot will step up and do that if, if, he oversteps his mandate as president, his constitutional-granted authority as president.. (...) I think Trump is an extinction-level event, potentially, for our Republic — for democracy."
It's insane! The inconsistencies are staggering. On the one hand Trump is an "authoritarian" and a "caudillo", while at the same time he's so soft on principles he'll compromise away each and every Constitutional and God given American right. Yeah, that's why his chief slogan is "Make America Great Again". These feckless non conceptual morons fail to check the context. Would the man of their fantasies be able to run a company like Trump's successfully and still earn the respect and devotion of his family and countless employees? It's time these two checked out and moved to Canada, because the alternative is Hillary Clinton or worse...that's the reality of the question. 

May 18, 2016


Today, amid continued concerns over whether Donald Trump is a “true” conservative, the presumptive GOP nominee released a list of his potential Supreme Court nominees. The list of eleven includes several noted conservatives who, one can’t help but hope, may start to bring around the #NeverTrump folks. Via The Hill: Donald Trump on Wednesday released a list of 11 potential Supreme Court nominees he would appoint as president in a move meant to assuage concerns over his conservative chops. The list includes a handful of judges typically found on conservative wishlists, including appellate judges Diane Sykes and William Pryor, two names previously floated by Trump as model jurists. But it doesn’t include high-profile lawmakers such as Sens. Ted Cruz (Texas) or Mike Lee (Utah), who have been mentioned as potential appointees. (...)   The list also includes Utah’s Thomas Lee, the brother of Sen. Lee, Michigan’s Raymond Kethledge and Joan Larsen, Minnesota’s David Stras, Iowa’s Steven Colloton, Colorado’s Allison Eid and Missouri’s Raymond Gruender. The release of the list comes as Trump seeks to unify Republicans around his White House bid. Trump is now the only Republican running for president, and the party has begun to rally around him. (More)

May 15, 2016


Conservative purists are making themselves increasingly irrelevant. Often they are confusing political philosophy with religion, make the rejection of Trump a matter of conscience. Conservatism is also not the same as being downright bigoted or reactionary. While NeverTrumpers have entrenched themselves in a third party bid, the rest of the Republican Party are uniting behind the nominee. 
Republican activists chose party unity over “never Trump” resistance Saturday, with party leaders in one state after another pressuring their members to fall in line behind the presumptive nominee — and even punishing those who refused. Eleven states held annual Republican conventions or party leadership meetings Saturday, offering a platform for those who still object to Donald Trump as their party’s standard-bearer a prime opportunity to make mischief. But at almost every turn, they slammed into state leaders who closed ranks around a candidate who many once said they’d never support. what clashes there were appeared to be over personal disputes — from tension between Sasse and senior Nebraska Sen. Deb Fischer to jockeying between different factions of Trump supporters in Nevada to a squabble over a gay marriage plank in the Texas platform. The meetings were far more akin to the delegate battles in elections past, when delegate selection competitions had little to do with picking the party’s nominee and were driven largely by local power struggles.  

May 14, 2016


Mitt Romney, the GOP’s 2012 nominee, is among those courting prospects for a possible third-party bid to keep Donald Trump from the White House, according to a Washington Post report. Among those prospects are Sen. Ben Sasse (R-Neb.), one of Trump’s most vocal Republican critics, and Ohio Gov. John Kasich, who suspended his presidential campaign in early May. Kasich’s chief strategist John Weaver said the governor isn’t interested in running an an independent. A Sasse spokesman declined to comment. But it’s not looking to good for a late in the game third-party bid, according to the report. Deadlines have passed to get on the ballot in big states like Texas, though organizers argue a legal challenge there would be successful.

May 13, 2016


Mexican officials are pursuing a counteroffensive to Trump’s incendiary rhetoric, reaching out to U.S. business leaders, looking at ways to better use social media, and even encouraging qualified Mexicans to get U.S. citizenship. But they’re also trying to stay sensitive about taking more high-profile steps, such as running TV ads in an already overheated presidential race that promote Mexico as a friendly, vibrant neighbor and not a cesspool of criminals. "We think that right now, in this phase where there is an electoral process going on, something that we should really do is stay out of it. An advertising campaign at this particular moment could just add confusion," José Paulo Carreño King, Mexico's new undersecretary for North America, said in an interview with POLITICO. (Source)

May 11, 2016


Around a dozen members of a right-wing Indian Hindu group lit a ritual fire and chanted mantras Wednesday asking the Hindu gods to help Trump win the U.S. presidential election. While Trump has dominated the Republican primary race to decide the party’s candidate for the November election, his calls for temporarily banning Muslims from America and cracking down on terrorist groups abroad have earned him some fans in India. “The whole world is screaming against Islamic terrorism, and even India is not safe from it,” said Vishnu Gupta, founder of the Hindu Sena nationalist group. “Only Donald Trump can save humanity.” Members of the group gathered on a blanket spread out in a New Delhi protest park along with a collection of statues depicting gods including Shiva and Hanuman — as well as photos of a smiling Trump. Above them hung a banner declaring support for Trump “because he is hope for humanity against Islamic terror.” The group chanted Sanskrit prayers asking the gods to favor Trump in the election, and threw offerings such as seeds, grass and ghee — or clarified butter — into a small ritual fire. (Source)

May 10, 2016


With the Republican presidential nomination locked up, Donald Trump has already started cutting “secret deals” to surround himself with familiar faces, we’re told. And Confidenti@l has learned that one of those faces belongs to former Mayor Rudy Giuliani. “A secret deal has been struck by Donald Trump, and Rudy Giuliani would be head of Homeland Security,” according to a GOP insider. There’s no doubt that Trump could use a secretary of Homeland Security who can at least tell a skyscraper from a Slurpee machine. A couple of weeks ago, while campaigning in Buffalo, the bloviating billionaire recalled watching rescue workers “down at 7/11” after the World Trade Center was destroyed on Sept 11, 2001. (MoreUpdate May 11, 2016: it transpired Trump may want Giuliani to head a commission to investigate the source of Islamic violence. 

May 9, 2016


May 9, 2016 Trump Insider: Paul Ryan Working For Hillary, Trying To Steal RNC Money.

Donald Trump campaign confidante Roger Stone warns that Speaker of the House Paul Ryan and RNC chairman Reince Priebus are planning to “extort” Trump at the RNC after Ryan refused to endorse the presumptive Republican nominee. During an interview with NBC’s Meet the Press on Sunday, Trump said that he would not rule out an attempt to remove Ryan from his role at the convention, vowing consequences if the former Wisconsin Congressman continued to withhold his support. After initially indicating that he was opposed to a Trump candidacy on several occasions, Reince Priebus appeared conciliatory after Trump’s success in Indiana, tweeting that it was time to “unite” the GOP behind an effort to defeat Hillary Clinton. However, according to Trump confidante Roger Stone, Ryan and Priebus are working on a plan to “extort Trump” at the RNC. Stone says the two are scheming to “thwart Trump control of the Republican National Committee,” and has vowed to “expose their outrageous plan.” (Source)

May 8, 2016


Although the GOPe have now capitulated and declared Donald Trump the presumptive nominee, Ted Cruz and his dupes (read the file!) are still working the phones and the emails, urging people to show up and vote for Cruz in the next primaries. Thanks to the efforts by the GOPe's #NeverTrump brigade led by various RINOs, Cuckservative media hosts like Mark Levin and Glenn Beck, and RedState etc., Cruz is now plotting the next coup effort, suppressing the Trump vote in the next primaries by spreading the rumor that it's no longer necessary to vote. It is! Trump is only the presumptive nominee until he gets the 1237 delegates required. What's more, Lyin' Ted has only suspended his campaign! This isn't over, folks!

May 6, 2016


If Byron York is right, what Paul Ryan expects from Donald Trump in order to support him, isn't a matter of policy differences, or about principles, or of morality for that matter. It's about form and style! It isn't about trade or foreign policy! Ryan wants the Trumpster to be -- wait for it -- more politically correct! But wait, it gets worse. Ryan is latching on to opposition lies, as for example the David Duke construct and the KKK canard. That makes Ryan an even worse demoralized RINO than John Boehner ever was! 

(...) Ryan doesn't expect Trump to convert to Ryanism. "I'm not saying he's got to support my policies," Ryan told Tapper. "You always have policy disagreements. Heck, Mitt Romney and I had policy disagreements. (...)  Ryan suggested he's looking for something bigger from Trump. He referred to the GOP's "principles" 16 times: "I think conservatives want to know, does [Trump] share our values and our principles on limited government, the proper role of the executive, adherence to the Constitution," Ryan said. I asked the person familiar with Ryan's thinking what that meant. If specific policy differences — entitlements, trade, etc. — are not violations of principle, then what was Ryan talking about? The person pointed to the times Ryan has felt the need to publicly rebuke Trump in the last several months. There was Trump's temporary Muslim ban proposal; his refusal in one interview to disavow David Duke and the Ku Klux Klan; and Trump's acceptance, or even encouragement, of violence at his campaign rallies. Those were the things that disturbed Ryan enough for him to speak out at the time, and those are the things that trouble Ryan enough to withhold support of Trump now. "We're talking about identity politics — that's what he was referencing," said the person familiar with Ryan's thinking. "Identity politics is what Paul was getting at. He spoke out against the Muslim ban, against allowing a culture of violence at some of these campaign events, against the Duke comments. He's just saying our party deserves a leader who is committed to unifying, not dividing, our party and our country. We've always said we would disagree on policy."

May 4, 2016


May 3, 2016 Trump candidacy shakes up political alignments.

The political spectrum is all shaken up. Entire parties have to re-evaluate their positions and the electorate is on the move. A tweet by Michael Reagan is testimony of the fact that things were already hugely out of whack. How can a Reagan Conservative be at home in a party of progressive globalists? And for that matter, how can principled Constitutionalists and Libertarians follow a theocratic, anti Christian globalist like Ted Cruz? (Source)
There are Trumpocrats and those who "feel the Bern" that might vote for Trump for his stance on political corruption, trade and foreign policy. On the other hand there's a contingent of neocons that might return to the Democrat party where they originally came from. Get this:
Steve Schmidt, a Republican campaign strategist, told MSNBC on the eve of the Indiana primary he believes there will be “a concerted and organized effort by the Hillary Clinton campaign to go after senior members of the Republican foreign policy establishment. Big names. I’m not trying to put a partisan imprint on David Petraeus. But names like Petraeus, retired General Odierno, Colin Powell, Brent Scowcroft. Men and women who served in senior positions, in national security positions, in Republican administrations. The Clinton campaign’s going to go after them. They’re going to go after them forcefully. And I think you look ahead now in the weeks to come… the candidate in the race most like George W. Bush and Dick Cheney from a foreign policy perspective is in fact Hillary Clinton, not the Republican nominee.” On April 28, a Suffolk University poll found that 19% of Republicans say they will support Hillary Clinton if Donald Trump wins the Republican nomination. That number was leavened, however, by 18% that said they would stay home and not vote if Trump wins the nomination. Politico predicts disaffected Republicans who do not vote will result in the GOP losing seats in both the House and the Senate. “Donald Trump is a weapon of mass Republican destruction. The door is open for Hillary Clinton to build a gigantic general election coalition by attracting nearly 20% of Republicans to her campaign,” writes Jason Easley. (More)

May 3, 2016


Lynne Patton: "The Trump Family That I Know", a Black Female Trump Executive Speaks.


April 29, 2016


April 29, 2016: Live stream of Donald Trump's keynote speech at the CAGOP. 

Donald Trump will hold a keynote speech at the California Republican Party Convention’s Kickoff Lunch Banquet in San Francisco, CA.


This was to be expected. The sex slur has been tried against Cruz too, but these smears didn't stick. This effort won't succeed either. 
EXCLUSIVE: Trump lawyer calls 'rape' lawsuit a HOAX and says there's no proof accuser exists as he claims her address and phone number are fakes and 'clearly there's some kind of collusion going on' 
  • Donald Trump's lawyer says there's no indication that a lawsuit plaintiff who claimed Trump raped her when she was 13 is a real person 
  • 'Based on our investigation, [there is] no evidence that the person who has made these allegations actually exists,' attorney Alan Garten told 
  • Garten cites 'false' address and phone number and says whoever wrote the lawsuit 'clearly has some legal background' 
  • The billionaire had already 'categorically' denied the legal claims, made by a 'Katie Johnson' in a bombshell $100 million lawsuit 
  • She claimed she was raped by the property tycoon in 1994 at billionaire pedophile Jeffrey Epstein 'sex parties' 
  • The suit alleges that the Republican presidential hopeful and Epstein treated her as a 'sex slave' over a four-month period 

April 28, 2016


Donald Trump will likely wind up winning the most primary votes of any GOP presidential candidate in modern history, the author of the influential Smart Politics blog told The Post on Wednesday. After convincing victories in Tuesday’s primaries in five East Coast states, Trump has roughly 10.1 million votes, about 200,000 more than Mitt Romney got during the entire 2012 primary campaign. And with the primaries ahead — including in populous states such as California, New Jersey and Indiana — the former “Apprentice” ­reality TV star should easily break the modern record of 10.8 million held by George W. Bush in 2000, according to blogger Eric Ostermeier, a political science professor at the University of Minnesota. “In an election cycle with a high Republican turnout, his numbers are rising, even more so now that there’s only three candidates” left in the GOP race, he said. The reasons include a combination of Trump’s celebrity, media exposure and higher-than-usual interest in his over-the-top candidacy, Ostermeier said. (More)

Democratic Strategist: Trump Will Beat Hillary Like ‘A Baby Seal’ 

Democratic strategist Dave “Mudcat” Saunders believes Donald Trump will beat Hillary Clinton like a “baby seal,” and that working class whites who haven’t already left the Democratic Party for cultural reasons will due so now for economic ones. “I know a ton of Democrats — male, female, black and white — here [in southern Virginia] who are going to vote for Trump. It’s all because of economic reasons. It’s because of his populist message,” Mudcat told The Daily Caller Wednesday.“Working class whites in the South have already departed the Democratic Party for cultural reasons. Well the working class whites in the North are now deserting the Democrats because of economic reasons,” Mudcat told TheDC. He added, “this is the new age of economic populism, man. This is about survival for a lot of people.” (More)

April 21, 2016


Mytheos Holt on The Federalist has cracked the enigma of Trump's success. He's found an answer to Liberals tapping into the popular culture to defeat Conservatives. Read it all in The Intellectual Case For Trump II: Trump Is The Culture Warrior We Need.
A candidate like Donald Trump should be impossible. A loud, unscripted, hard-edged reality show-style candidate with exceedingly flexible positions on many hot-button issues would be laughed out of contention for the Republican nomination in other years. A man whose serial gaffes and willingness to stick his thumb in the eye of the gatekeepers of good taste would be cooked before he stepped onto the debate stage. An utterly inexperienced politician, who describes our rights and privileges as particular to us as Americans rather than universal moral mandates, would be rejected by both parties at any other time in the modern era. But in Trump’s case, these supposedly disqualifying positions and attributes have proven to be the basis for unexpected success. Why? In part, it is because he corrects massive ideological failures by the Right, which have enabled unmitigated cultural overreach by the Left, eliminating the social and cultural basis that permits a Western liberal order to exist. (Source)

April 17, 2016


The logic of the establishment, closely followed by the Cruzaders is that political parties are private organizations with property rights. Be that as may, that logic is on par with the law. We must separate morality from legality: Apartheid was legal, slavery was legal, the holocaust was legal. But it wasn't good morality. That's one. Secondly, elections are a process of the people, not of party elites. Like the customer, the voter is always right. That principle has been removed here. This system is therefore corrupt. The USA may not be a democracy, it is certainly not an oligarchy. The insurrection continues.

April 13, 2016


A tweet from Reince Priebus explains the GOP's establishment to a T. There is no wish to approach the election as a great opportunity to market the brand to the voters. In fact, this explains why they do not appreciate at all Trump's achievement of broadening the party base to Independents and blue color Democrats. The rules are purposely so obscure because the inner circle wants to isolate itself from outsiders. In short, this is exactly the kind of behavior you would expect from an elite, from a closed clique of old boys to who an outsider is the enemy. The GOP deserves everything it is going to get! It has separated itself from We The People. 

The Denver Post Editorial Board published a scathing rebuke of what transpired last week that had state GOP party elites dominating the process of selecting who would and would not be representing Colorado at the GOP convention this summer. Colorado Republicans were denied their chance to vote and as news of what took place spreads, people are both stunned and upset over the extent of just how far the Republican Establishment is willing to go to control the nomination outcome. An excerpt: 

Republicans made big mistake in abandoning presidential tally 

GOP leaders have never provided a satisfactory reason for forgoing a presidential preference poll, although party chairman Steve House suggested on radio at one point that too many Republicans would otherwise flock to their local caucus. Imagine that: party officials fearing that an interesting race might propel thousands of additional citizens to participate. But of course that might dilute the influence of elites and insiders. You can see why that could upset the faint-hearted. …the fact that the Republican leadership then took matters a step further and deprived even that narrow slice of voters a voice in one of the most competitive, consequential political nominations in memory – and perhaps in history – is mindboggling. 

April 11, 2016


Apr 11, 2016 Alex Jones compares the RNC to the Politburo! Politburo Removes Trump From Election (Source) (Full show)

Larry Lindsey has made a video as he’s driving home, disallowed from being a delegate to the Colorado Republican convention because he supports Donald Trump for president. He was warned by the Republican leadership that if he didn’t support Canadian Ted Cruz he’d be blacklisted. He couldn’t bring himself to believe the party he’s been a part of all his life could actually be so corrupt. He thought they must be bluffing. He knows now, as do we all, that the Republicans are serious about stifling the will of the American people. They are intent on silencing us, nullifying our wishes and our votes and stealing this election. (SourceUpdate: Trump Campaign Senior Policy Advisor Stephen Miller may be the brightest official inside of politics today. The former Jeff Sessions’ staffer joined the Trump campaign in January. Miller went on America’s Newsroom today to discuss the Colorado voter-less scam and the current state of the GOP race for president. This was another excellent interview by Stephen Miller. (Video)

April 10, 2016


The accusations from the Trump camp towards the GOP party apparatchiks is continuing. Roger Stone of StopTheSteal.ORG saying he'll disclose the hotel rooms of delegates that change their allegiance has been taken as a threat, but that's not what Roger Stone meant. 
"We’re going to have protests, demonstrations. We will disclose the hotels and the room numbers of those delegates who are directly involved in the steal," Stone said Monday in a discussion with Stefan Molyneux on Freedomain Radio, as he alleged that Trump's opponents planned to deny the democratic will of Republican primary voters. “They’re trying to steal it in two different ways. It is interesting to me that in every primary or caucus where Ted Cruz won, we have certified, proven, sworn evidence of massive voter fraud, which will later be presented to the credentials committee in Cleveland in an attempt to unseat delegates who were illegally elected," Stone claimed. The other way method of theft, Stone elaborated, is "the phenomena of the Trojan Horse delegates, where Trump has won a primary, let’s take Texas for example — or he’s won a share of the votes in a primary. Trump got 40 percent of the vote in Texas; he’s entitled to 40 percent of the delegates. There’s 100 delegates from Texas. That’s 40 delegates. And they are pledged by party rules to vote for Trump on the first ballot." "But the actual people in those delegate seats will be anti-Trump party hacks who will vote against Trump on procedural matters such as the seating of delegates or the rules under which this convention will be conducted," Stone said (...)

April 4, 2016 The Clintons' War on Women | Roger Stone and Stefan Molyneux.

April 9, 2016


The globalists are spreading a specific form of disinformation using guilt by association with the Kremlin, Putin or Russia to smear the opposition. In the tweet above we see the latest version applied against Donald Trump. Earlier this week similar propaganda was used against the organizers of the Dutch referendum that opposed the EU association treaty with Ukraine (source).This tweet is another ripe example. Expect to see more of this in the future. Trump has begun setting out his strategy for the Convention in June. He has hired expert Paul Manafort to assist him in the effort. The establishment is still working hard to steal the election by a brokered convention. Check here Stop The Steal: Show The GOP Establishment You Mean Business!


April 3, 2016


Apr 2, 2016 Trump: "They want to Keep Their Little Party Going…"

During a rally in Wisconsin Donald Trump comments on the distribution of delegates from the Louisiana Republican primary, where he won the popular vote, but was eventually assigned fewer delegates than GOP rival Ted Cruz. It is a "crooked system," Trump says. "I got thousands of more votes than Cruz -- thousands. I got fewer delegates than him. Think of it!" "They want to knock out the outsider, because they want to keep their little party going. And the reason our country owes --soon-- $21 trillion is --the reason we owe all of this money, is because of this system." (Source)
For clarity the Republican National Convention (RNC) launched in order to prepare the public for what to expect at a contested national convention. The website outlines party rules for delegates and the process that occurs if no GOP candidate reaches the threshold of 1,237 delegates. “ is a tool for voters to learn about convention delegates, rules, and how the overall process works in a simple, easy to understand format,” Reince Priebus, the RNC chairman, stated. (Source)
Our correspondent @KevinLoftus68 was at the Racine WI rally yesterday and sent us this close up of Mr. Trump signing caps and other memorabilia. 

Mar 31, 2016


Mar 30, 2016 Fox News host Greg Gutfeld about how Trump issue has affected network relationships.

The internecine war has got to stop! The parties are getting entrenched, the eye no longer on the ball: defeating the true enemies of Liberty in the Democrat party. A few final words on the ludicrous issue of Danielle Field's battery claim, that is diverting so much attention away from where it should be. Until there's word from the authorities, we will not bring the matter up any more on these pages. Keep the crap, folks! Stop the war and keep your eye on the prize! 

Mar 30, 2016


The insurgency of the grassroots against the establishment -- that is truly clueless about the cause of the insurrection -- continues unabated. 
Wisconsin businessman Paul Nehlen announced Tuesday that he is the tea party-allied candidate who is challenging House Speaker Paul D. Ryan in the Republican primary, saying he’s “had it” with the speaker betraying conservatives. Sources first confirmed to The Washington Times earlier this week that a wealthy businessman was mounting a primary challenge to Mr. Ryan in Wisconsin’s 1st Congressional District, but Mr. Nehlen did not reveal his identity until now. “Paul Ryan’s embrace of big government spending, his continued support of illegal immigration and imported workers, and his championing of the job-killing trade deal known as the Trans-Pacific Partnership betrays me, this district, and this nation,” he said.  (Source) 


Looks like the Michelle Fields story is going to be with us for some time to come. Twitchy reported the arrest of Lewandowski this morning, obviously false. It transpires that Michelle Field is somewhat of a serial hoaxer. She even managed to sabotage Allen West's political career. This woman is either a pathological liar, or a dangerous enemy agent. 

Mar 29, 2016


Since Corey Lewandowski was charged with battery this afternoon in the case of Michelle Fields, let's report this bomb shell. The shoe is on the other foot. Lewandowski was forced to defend Trump against the advances of Michelle Fields! Update: FIGURES. Prosecutor Who Filed Sham Charges Against Corey Lewandowski Is Part of Hillary’s Inner Circle


The rather pathetic effort by pundits and experts trying to make sense the people's insurgency is a reflection of the divide between the people and the ruling class. Point in case, an article on The Federalist exploring the psychology of Trumpism. Like ourselves the writer brings up the phenomenon of Stockholm Syndrome. Although the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorder has serious reservation about whether it actually exists, there is no mystery to the mental mechanism: having no access to free moral choice, the (mental of physical) captive accepts the morality of the hostage taker. It absolves them from resisting their predicament, which is obviously not without hazards. We have made an effort to explain the attitude of the ruling elites towards Islam and Muslims along these lines. Not so the Trump hater. Paul Bibeau at the DailyKos sees the support Trump has received from conservative women as evidence they suffer from Stockholm Syndrome. Otherwise, why would women support a guy who sexually harasses women? Right. The Left are oblivious of their own straw men. Women are slaves without free will...whatever. There's more. Judge for yourself. 

Mar 24, 2016


Mischaël Modrikamen (born 22 February 1966) is a Belgian lawyer and politician. He is the co-founder and leader of the People's Party. He is the vice-president of the Alliance For Direct Democracy in Europe and the publisher of Le Peuple. His father Marcel Modrikamen, son of a Polish immigrant who fled anti-Semitism, was arrested by the Gestapo as a member of the Belgian Resistance during World War II. He became a political leader and trade unionist in Charleroi after the war. On 18 February 1991, Marcel Modrikamen was victim of a gun attack He died a few years later of his injuries. According to his son, his father discovered irregularities in the Gailly Institute, a Belgian hospital situated in the Walloon Region. This may have been the reason for the attack. (Wiki)
Latest information in the investigation of the Brussels attacks

Mar 22, 2016


March 21, 2016: Trump spoke at the AIPAC Policy Conference in Washington, DC.

Last night's speech at AIPAC was not what critics hoped it would be. Hostile NRO has this:
Donald Trump wasn’t supposed to have a good night at AIPAC. (...) Most ominous of all was the promise of a mass anti-Trump walkout during his speech, led by a group of rabbis disgusted with the real-estate mogul’s rhetoric and methods. But the walkout never materialized, at least not on the scale its organizers had hoped. Reporters could see a few empty seats here and there as Trump began his speech, but nothing remotely resembling a mass exodus. For the first time this cycle, Trump delivered a scripted speech with at least some foreign-policy specifics. Some of his off-script deviations got him into trouble: He said a peace deal was “something that we impose on Israel and Palestine,” a statement that both questioned Israel’s sovereignty and elevated the Palestinian territories to nation status. But most of his improvisations elicited laughter from the audience. He received raucous applause and several standing ovations from a crowd that had cheered Clinton less than eight hours before. He even outshone Ted Cruz, his chief rival for the Republican nomination, whose own speech received a rather tepid response. (Source)

Mar 21, 2016


Here's why Trump is on a roll. Above tweet is showing us how the establishment's Stop Trump PAC believes they can separate the voters from Trump: by insulting them and equating the middle class with cultist white trash. Actually, it's the Cruzaders that are the cultists. The ruling party doesn't even try to conceal its contempt of the source of their authority, We The People. Judge Jeanine explains why the ruling class, on the Left as well as on the Right, are part of the same system. Manufacturing and labor productivity are flat, proving Trump's point about jobs. Trump's policy adviser, Stephen Miller has more. Keep an eye on that man! Globalism has killed prosperity. Eric Erickson, who convened one the confabs against Trump tweets he doesn't give crap for the will of the people. This is straight up authoritiarianism, folks! Another has begun an enemies list Soviet style. It goes on and on.. Trump is reportedly to meet a number of establishment Republican this evening in Washington: Trump's ally Sen. Jeff Sessions is mediating. (Source)

Mar 20, 2016


The Republican coalition is in turmoil. Despite the fact that Trump has already achieved what the establishment so desperately wants -- broadening the base of the party with blue collar Democrats, Independents and the politically inactive -- a number of groups are hell bent on preventing a Trump candidacy. Forgetting who the real enemy is, the party is now resorting to kannibalism. The opposition against Trump is by no means monolithic. NYT has this: 
Republican leaders adamantly opposed to Donald J. Trump’s candidacy are preparing a 100-day campaign to deny him the presidential nomination, starting with an aggressive battle in Wisconsin’s April 5 primary and extending into the summer (...) Mr. Trump has seized a formidable advantage in the race, they say that an effort to block him would rely on an array of desperation measures, the political equivalent of guerrilla fighting. There is no longer room for error or delay, the anti-Trump forces say, and without a flawlessly executed plan of attack, he could well become unstoppable. But should that effort falter, leading conservatives are prepared to field an independent candidate in the general election, to defend Republican principles and offer traditional conservatives an alternative to Mr. Trump’s hard-edged populism. They described their plans in interviews after Mr. Trump’s victories last Tuesday in Florida and three other states.  (Source)

The Party establishment 

Some in the party establishment have warmed to Cruz, others to Kasich recoiling from the Cruzaders who they see as ideological purists. Mitt Romney attempted to bridge the divide by supporting Cruz in Utah warning that a vote for Kasich is a vote for Trump. But contempt for Cruz runs deep in Washington. Since the withdrawal of Rubio just one has endorsed Cruz.
Trump opponents convened a series of war councils last week to pinpoint his biggest vulnerabilities and consider whether to endorse one of his two remaining opponents, including a secret Dump Trump confab on Sea Island (scroll down to March 8). (Source)
The conservative Club for Growth, which has spent millions on ads attacking Trump, concluded it was still possible to avert Trump’s nomination. The group plans a comprehensive study of Trump supporters to sharpen a message aimed at driving them away from him. Central to this plan is stopping Trump in Wisconsin, the next major showdown after contests that Trump and Cruz are expected to split this week in Arizona and Utah. On Thursday, the Club for Growth sent a three-page memo to influential Republican donors promising to spend as much as $2 million in Wisconsin and arguing that “the only viable option to defeat Donald Trump is Ted Cruz.”
The names of a few well-known conservatives have been offered up in recent days as potential third-party standard-bearers, and William Kristol, editor of The Weekly Standard, has circulated a memo to the Neocons detailing the process by which an independent candidate could get on general-election ballots across the country. Among the recruits under discussion are Tom Coburn, a former Oklahoma senator who has told associates that he would be open to running.

Anyone but Trump Conservatives 

Rick Perry, the former Texas governor has been suggested as a possible third-party candidate at a meeting of conservative activists on Thursday in Washington (scroll down to March 16). For Republicans opposed to Trump under any circumstances, a third-party campaign offers a last refuge. Such a candidacy might gain support from high levels of the party: An independent could still get on ballots in dozens of states — or perhaps seek the nomination of the Libertarian Party, which is already on the ballot in most states and does not pick a candidate until late May. Perry’s name was raised among several options, but his associates said that while he has fielded inquiries, he remains committed to backing Cruz. Eric Erickson who convened the cabal described Perry as a consensus choice for an independent campaign: He would win Texas and at least obstruct Trump.
Some pushed for the group to come out for Cruz to rebut the perception that the stop-Trump campaign was an establishment plot. But the group failed to agree on an endorsement, instead pleading for Kasich and Cruz to avoid competing in states where one of them is favored.

Conservative purists, Cruzaders 

They agree with Trump voters that there is deep anger with the party establishment and speak of their "desire to give the country back to God’s people". They see Cruz as a steadfast leader who refuses to lower his standards and disregard his principles under any circumstance. Cruz is a redeemer, a apostolic, cult like figure who will hold on to Constitutional principles as dogma written in stone. "He will not break his word to save the republic from a certain doom", it is "why he is loved so dearly". The Cruz cultists are in a Nihilistic scourged earth mode and are ready to drink the cool aid. They are prepared to "tear the heart out of the GOP", no matter what. It’s Cruz Or Lose. The group has a strong religious component and is exclusive rather than inclusive.
For Cruz the Wisconsin primary as also seen as pivotal. Cruz’s campaign is dispatching additional staff members there and opening a Camp Cruz to house volunteers. The campaign will begin running ads there in the next few days, aiming to get a head start on Trump in the state.


An independent could still get on ballots in dozens of states — or perhaps seek the nomination of the Libertarian Party, which is already on the ballot in most states and does not pick a candidate until late May. Nicholas Sarwark, chairman of the national Libertarian Party’s executive body, said its convention in Orlando could be open to a late entrant. But several candidates are already pursuing the nomination, including Gary Johnson, the former New Mexico governor who was the party’s 2012 nominee.

This meme explains the contempt of the Ruling Party for the root of their authority, the Country Class, in other words, the voter. This campaign proves how huge the divide is, and how clueless the elites are! They still don't get it! Here they are insulting the middle class voters again, even confusing them with the Cruz cultists.

Mar 16, 2016


Three influential leaders of the conservative movement have summoned other top conservatives for a closed-door meeting Thursday in Washington, D.C., to talk about how to stop Donald Trump and, should he become the Republican nominee, how to run a third-party “true conservative” challenger in the fall. The organizers of the meeting include Bill Wichterman, who was President George W. Bush’s liaison to the conservative movement; Bob Fischer, a South Dakota businessman and longtime conservative convener; and Erick Erickson, the outspoken Trump opponent and conservative activist who founded (...) (Source)

Mar 12, 2016


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March 12, 2016 Donald Trump Rally in Dayton, OH.

Read all about the attacks on the Trump Rally in Chicago last night in "The Truth About the Chicago Riots".

Mar 11, 2016


Despite encouraging words by Republican chair Reince Priebus that the party will unite behind the front runner (source), and a very inspirational declaration earlier today by Dr Ben Carson in which he endorsed Donald Trump, the establishment was still scheming to parachute their "consensus" candidate and steal the vote from the people. The idea is that Kasich defeats Trump in Ohio and Rubio does the same in Florida, creating a situation that calls for a brokered convention.
The campaign for GOP presidential candidate Sen. Marco Rubio (R-Fla.) is now actively urging Ohio Republicans not to vote for him in the state's primary next week. Primary voters in Ohio should unite behind the state's governor, John Kasich, if they want to beat overall GOP front-runner Donald Trump, Rubio spokesman Alex Conant said Friday on CNN. His was an out-of-the-ordinary comment in an out-of-the-ordinary race that is leaving many Republicans struggling to come up with a plan to avoid Trump getting the nomination. Attempting to solve the current collective action problem among the non-Trump candidates, the Rubio camp has encouraged Florida Republicans who don't support Trump -- including those who prefer Kasich -- to vote for the senator. Then Rubio supporters in Ohio should vote for Kasich, Conant said. (Source)

Mar 11, 2016 GOP Presidential candidate Donald Trump held a special press conference in Palm Beach, FL to announce the endorsement of Dr. Ben Carson.

Mar 10, 2016


The GOP establishment are pushing a meme that Trump must be excluded since "he can't beat Hillary". They are basing this premise as on a single poll. Jim Hoft debunks the conventional wisdom.
Republican elites are very concerned this year that Donald Trump can not beat Hillary Clinton or Socialist Bernie Sanders in a general election. You hear the establishment types talk about it almost every day on the FOX News Channel. For his part, Donald Trump says he has not “even started” on hitting the Clintons. (...) Hillary’s lead dropped nearly 13 points in the first week of January via Real Clear Politics. Back in March 1980 the establishment the establishment said the same thing about Ronald Reagan. They said he could never defeat Jimmy Carter. He was too divisive.


Mar 9, 2016 Donald Trump Interview with CNN Anderson Cooper. Trump: I want to 'go for a knockout'. Part 2part 3part 4

The quote from the interview #IslamHatesUs is currently trending on Twitter.
Washington (CNN)Donald Trump likened the presidential race to a boxing match Wednesday -- saying that victories in next week's Ohio and Florida primaries would give him the knockout blow necessary to capture the GOP nomination. "It's like with the fighters," Trump told CNN's Anderson Cooper. "If you knock 'em out, nothing can happen." Trump said victories in Ohio and Florida would "pretty much" assure exits from Ohio Gov. John Kasich and Florida Sen. Marco Rubio. CNN/ORC Poll: Trump, Clinton leading in Florida, Ohio Recent polls have shown Trump leading in both of those states, which are set to vote Tuesday. "I think if I win those two, I think it's over," Trump said. He also offered rationale for his victory in the Michigan Republican primary, saying his economic message resonated with the state's voters. "Michigan has been stripped. You look at those empty factories all over the place, and nobody hits that message better than me," Trump said. 

Mar 8, 2016


Well pull up a chair and let ole Outlaw Morgan tell you why Trump will win.


Over the weekend 54 private jets arrived at Sea Island, Georgia for a top secret crony confab to Stop Trump and thwart the will of the people. The GOP establishment was joined by a great number of progressives from the world of politics and private industry. The establishment is confusing the US with their private club. A candidate for political office isn't required to be balloted by their secret cabal. Once we start accepting this principle we have replaced democracy with an oligarchy. (Source)

Mar 7, 2016


A word on the argument by purists that Trump is not a man of principles. Which by the way is not entirely true. Trump is very big on the principle of American exceptionalism, meaning that the USA -- itself a set of principles -- is a power for the good in the world. As Michael Lind's article makes plain the GOP consists of 4 strains that each preside over a particular policy domain: Neocons over matters of security and foreign policy, Theocons over social issues and Libertarians over economy (the Paleocons no longer dominate a particular domain). But this means that these domains are not fused into a single set of principles. The fundamentals for example of Neocons and Libertarians are partly irreconcilable. So much for principles.

Purism and politics are incompatible

But there is another issue, even more important. The way in which the philosophical purists are savaging Trump is proof how dangerous they are for Liberty itself, even though they preach it as set in stone. They leave no space at all for an unprincipled Pragmatist like Trump. But the nature of politics itself  is negotiation. The nature of Liberty itself is power sharing between people that do not necessarily agree. Politics and philosophical purity are by their nature incompatible. This was the reason why Ayn Rand refused to go into politics; she was furious when followers founded the Libertarian Party, which she continued to fight for the rest of her life. Politics is compromise. Only dictators have the power to enforce ideological purity.


The GOP: 4 traditions under one umbrella

The insurgency of the grassroots against the Ruling Party, whose interests no longer coincide with the interests of the Country Class is one way of explaining the current internecine brawl in the GOP. That a cultural divide is at work is proved by the fact that elsewhere in the Western world similar popular revolts are brewing. This is perfectly understandable, given that the globalist rulers are hell bent on imposing their agenda on the people, if necessary by authoritarian force. Michael Lind has an American approach to the infighting in the GOP from the point of view of the modern history of the party. Very interesting stuff for the students of political philosophy and the basic differences between Neocons, Paleocons, Theocons and Libertarians. Trump, as we have argued, can be summed up as a Pragmatic American Exceptionalist. Lind, a self identified Leftist, has another view that doesn't do justice to Trump's moral values:
The cultural left despises and vilifies working-class white men as privileged bigots, period. Neoliberal “New Democrats” focus on an audience of tech billionaires and Wall Street financiers. Conservatives praise the service of working-class men and women in uniform—but God forbid that the same heroic veterans should ask for a raise or a higher Social Security benefit or try to join a union or vote for paid family leave. Lacking any establishment advocates and sympathetic intellectuals, on left, right or center, many white working class Americans have therefore turned to demagogic outsiders like Trump. Where else are they to go?


In the meantime, the donors are pouring millions of $$$ in the Stop Trump campaign, which Trumpkins will feel as a personal attack on themselves, thereby further exacerbating the fury.


Mar 6, 2016


Mar 6, 2016 On FNS, Limbaugh Warns of ‘Utter Chaos’ if GOP Takes Nomination from Trump. Part 2

Rush Limbaugh analyses the present situation, the revolt of the Republican base against the establishment. By selecting Romney as the fixer of this problem, the establishment proves just how much out of touch they are. By his very person Romney is reminding the base how they got Obama 2 in the first place. The loser lecturing them how to vote is simply throwing oil on the flames. The establishment is still oblivious of the fact that they themselves are the target of this revolt. Judge Jeanine is acting as their representative. Watch this fury. 

Mar 5, 2016


There may be principled or other valid arguments against a person or his ideas. But hatred is a psychological phenomenon. It may be projection, or it may be caused by a serious attack on dogma, or a breach of deep seated morality. Most likely the latter is the case here. It can't be a coincidence that the most irrational attacks on Trump are coming from Glenn Beck and Mitt Romney, both Mormons. Jerry Fallwell Jr. may have endorsed Donald Trump, but a hatchet job on the Evangelical Christian Post speaks volumes. (Source) The Editors are making a point to state that they have never, ever "taken a position on a political candidate before today"; but they will gladly make an exception for the evil Trump. What follows is a litany of unspecific personal attacks amounting to character assassination:
We are making an exception because Trump is exceptionally bad and claims to speak for and represent the interests of evangelicals. (...) We the senior editors of The Christian Post encourage our readers to back away from Donald Trump. As the most popular evangelical news website in the United States and the world, we feel compelled by our moral responsibility to our readers to make clear that Donald Trump does not represent the interests of evangelicals and would be a dangerous leader for our country. Trump claims to be a Christian, yet says he has never asked for forgiveness. Trump has been surrounded by controversy for decades because of his untruthfulness, questionable business practices, reported association with organized crime, and abrupt changes in fundamental positions. Many of these controversies involve defrauding the working class and decisions that compromised American workers. (...)
A tweet by Mitt Romney adds to the rationalization of irrational hatred of the man who is unapologetically proud of his achievements and who wants to restore greatness to America. Pride is on a colission course with the first Christian social imperative that calls for humility. But now is not the time to be humble. It's a time to restore belief and pride in our principles and values.

Romney's falling hard for the PC nonsense, that we all know to be utter hogwash and just a method to control thought and speech. Which is why this attack will backfire hugely with the voters who are just sick and tired of this control by the establishment.

Mar 4, 2016


Dr. Michael Welner, one of America’s foremost forensic psychiatrists gives his fascinating take on Donald Trump, specifically about slurs about Narcissistic Personality Disorder and sociopathic dysfunctionality. These allegations are ludicrous for various reasons. Dr. Welner mentions a few. But Trump gave the proof himself during last night's GOP Debate. Donald Trump said he was changing his position on H-1B visas when he was confronted by his diverging statements on the issue (source) (Trump clarifies). It's not just dogmatists who are incapable of intellectual development. Psychopaths are unable to thresh out error and correct it because they have no moral standards. This problem is endemic in postmodernists, who have mentally removed their standards for moral reasons (social justice). Whatever Trump may be, he's no pomo or sociopath. These are simply attempts at character assassination. Dr. Welner's observations are well worth the time; his final rant is simply EPIC. Listen to the audio in the tweet!


The GOP establishment is basing their Stop Trump campaign on the notion that he can't win from Hillary. They are laboring on a fantasy based on some obscure CNN poll. Anyone with a grain of common sense understands this can't possibly be based on reality.



Mar 3, 2016 This Video Destroys Mitt Romney's Claims Against Trump. (Source

The GOP establishment brings the wrong message and uses the wrong messenger. Not only makes it look Cruz, Rubio and Kasich incapable; telling the people they are stupid is why they are so angry in the first place. This will exacerbate their fury. Obviously Romney is a loser and a hypocrite. And he may still run. We can speculate about this strange shot of his Facebook page. He may never have paid attention to it since 4 years ago, or it's testing the waters. Update: Romney has excluded running, but he has vowed to stop Trump with all other means at his disposal.

Mar 3, 2016


In the meantime it is becoming more apparent why we are hearing all these excuses from the establishment and their attacks on the front runner, Donald Trump. Excuses signal a negative, something they are unwilling to make public. The neocons are so dead set against Trump, they are threatening to vote for Hillary. That is odd. Because at the same time they are calling Trump "a Democrat in sheep's cloathing". That means that isn't the problem. Could it be personal? The answer may lie in this article:
In interviews with Politico, leading neocons (...) said Trump would be a disaster for U.S. foreign policy and vowed never to support him. So deep is their revulsion that several even say they could vote for Hillary Clinton over Trump in November. “Hillary is the lesser evil, by a large margin,” said Eliot Cohen, a former top State Department official under George W. Bush and a strategic theorist who argues for a muscular U.S. role abroad. Trump’s election would be “an unmitigated disaster for American foreign policy,” Cohen said, adding that “he has already damaged it considerably.” (...) 
Cohen helped to organize an open letter signed by several dozen GOP foreign policy insiders — many of whom are not considered neocons — that was published Wednesday night by the military blog War on the Rocks. “[W]e are unable to support a Party ticket with Mr. Trump at its head,” the letter declared. It cited everything from Trump’s “admiration for foreign dictators” to his “inexcusable” support for “the expansive use of torture.” The letter was signed by dozens of Republican foreign policy experts (...) “The only choice will be to vote for Hillary Clinton,” Kagan warned. “The party cannot be saved, but the country still can be.” In an interview, Kagan said his opposition to Trump “has nothing to do with foreign policy.” (Source)
Or perhaps it has! In what way does Trump differ from previous administrations -- both Republican and Democrat? Trump hasn't minced words on Islamic terrorism. The letter written by the neocons states the following:
His hateful, anti-Muslim rhetoric undercuts the seriousness of combatting Islamic radicalism by alienating partners in the Islamic world making significant contributions to the effort. Furthermore, it endangers the safety and Constitutionally guaranteed freedoms of American Muslims. (Source)
This is almost personal: "hateful, anti-Muslim rhetoric". This brings us to the 25 year old lie. A faulty doctrine was designed to allow the West to fight Islamic terrorism, while at the same time keep 'friendly relations' with allies and Muslims at home.
For the last 25 years the West has adopted the doctrine, that if we deny that terrorism is rooted in Islam, we can stop radicalization. And may even win Muslims for our side! After a quarter of a century of pursuing this doctrine, we have the manifestation of the Islamic State to show for it. Isn't it time to reject the lie that many world leaders actually have started to believe themselves? (Source)
Facts on the ground are making plain that this doctrine is not just wrong, it is counter productive. And Donald Trump has made clear he wants to sort this out before more Muslims are allowed into the country. It may very well be this stance, that has drawn the irk of the 'neocon community'. All about this doctrine on this Live Blog.


While we are waiting for the big, big Romney speech, according to a report by Reuters the Koch brothers will not use their $400 million political arsenal to try to block Republican front-runner Donald Trump's path to the presidential nomination, a spokesman told Reuters on Wednesday.
The decision by the billionaire industrialists is another setback to Republican establishment efforts to derail the New York real estate mogul's bid for the White House, and follows speculation the Kochs would soon launch a "Trump Intervention." (...) Three sources close to the Kochs said the brothers made the decision because they were concerned that spending millions of dollars attacking Trump would be money wasted, since they had not yet seen any attack on Trump stick. (Source)
There's more bad news for the establishment (which doesn't exist by the way, according to the establishment. The establishment says that's a conspiracy theory).
In his role as the donor class's darling, Marco Rubio has enjoyed support from the Republicans' media arm, Fox News. (...) But this alliance now seems to be over. According to three Fox sources, Fox chief Roger Ailes has told people he's lost confidence in Rubio's ability to win. (...) Ailes is now back to searching for a candidate the channel can rally behind. "He's thinking, What do we do about the whole damn thing?" one of the news executive's friends said. (Source)

Mar 2, 2016


Mitt Romney will give a speech on the state of the 2016 presidential race on Thursday, his office said. Romney is scheduled to address the Hinckley Institute of Politics Forum at the University of Utah in Salt Lake City on Thursday morning, according to an advisory sent to reporters. Utah holds its Republican caucuses on March 22, a day after the last scheduled debate in Salt Lake City announced last month. Romney has been outspoken in denouncing front-runner Donald Trump, calling on him to release his tax returns and questioning his fitness to be commander in chief. (Source)


In a presser after the victory on Super Tuesday (source), Donald Trump reached out to the establishment, asking Republicans to come together. He stressed the GOP is now a broader party than ever before and an effort is required to unite the groups that are voting for his Make America Great Again Movement. But they are irreconcilable, hiding behind the argument that "Hillary Clinton will destroy him even if she is campaigning from jail". The idea that only Rubio will be able to beat Hillary is based on this poll:
Top Republican donors are throwing money at the Donald Trump problem, The New York Times reported on Tuesday evening. In an effort to stop the GOP presidential frontrunner from seizing the party's nomination, several super-wealthy business leaders were among those said to be organizing support behind an anti-Trump super PAC @StopTrumpPAC. (...) The PAC is reportedly planning a "full-fledged campaign" against Trump, The Times reported. The PAC has formed an opposition-research wing and hired Tim Miller, the former communications director for past presidential hopeful Jeb Bush. Miller told The Times in a statement: 
A KKK sympathizer who screwed over regular people to enrich himself isn't going to win the White House. Donald's general election campaign will fail worse than Trump Mortgage and Trump Steaks did and Hillary Clinton will destroy him even if she is campaigning from jail. We will fight until the last delegate is counted to stop that from happening. (Source)
Unbelievable! The GOP establishment is firmly committed to suicide.
GLOBALIST INSIDER LARRY SUMMERS: “TRUMP IS A SERIOUS THREAT TO AMERICAN DEMOCRACY”. (Source) That is probably true. Trump means to take down what Cruz calls the Washington Cartel and what Codevilla coined, the Ruling Party consisting of elitist power sharing Democrats and their Republican satellites. The article by Summers shows that the tactics of the global elites, the Democrats and the GOP establishment are indistinguishable. Every distinction between them rests solely on chance.

Feb. 29, 2016


Interview with Oprah shot in 1988. Trump has held the same positions for a long time.

Trump About You. (Source)

Feb. 29, 2016


Feb 28, 2016 Breaking! Alex Jones reports on inside information out of the GOP. 

In a bitter fight for its life, establishment GOP leaders have decided to block Donald Trump’s nomination at all costs, even if it means losing the presidency to Hillary Clinton, says Roger Stone, co-author of the 2015 bestselling book “The Clintons’ War on Women,” and the recently published “Jeb! and the Bush Crime Family.” “The big fix is in,” Stone, a former adviser to Trump, told WND in an exclusive telephone interview Sunday. “Beware the ‘Big Steal,'” Stone warned. “The leaders of the GOP establishment plan to steal the nomination from Trump and to thwart the popular will, and they don’t care if they lose. Trump threatens all the establishment GOP leaders’ cozy deals. He’s a threat to the lobbying class. He’s a threat to the consultant class. He’s a threat to the globalists.” (Source)

Feb. 27, 2016


Koch Bros plan to Stop Trump -Roger Stone
Geplaatst door Alex Jones op vrijdag 26 februari 2016

Insiders who were at a recent meeting between the Koch Bros. and Marco Rubio leaked intel on how exactly they’re going to try and steal the election from Donald Trump, GOP strategist Roger Stone revealed. The Koch Bros. met with GOP millionaires and billionaires Thursday night to pool together over $75 million to stop Trump and are going to use Mitt Romney as ‘Plan B’ if Rubio fails to gain traction on Super Tuesday, according to moles who were inside the meeting. Stone revealed.

  • “$75 million to stop Trump and $25 million to Marco Rubio, but they gave Rubio a condition: he’s got to win the Florida primary or he’s out and Mitt Romney’s in.” “That’s the plan.”
  • “First they’ll ramp up an enormous, negative campaign on TV against Trump and they’re going to hit this phony Trump University issue.” 
  • “They claim to have personal dirt on Trump – I doubt that – and they are also going to try and delve into his business affairs, but if Rubio fails to grab the Florida primary, then Rubio’s out and Mitt Romney’s in.” 
  • “The plan is for Romney to file for the New Jersey, New York and California primaries in an all-out ditch effort to stop Donald Trump and you heard it here on” 
  • Additionally, Marco Rubio’s wife called Ted Cruz’s wife, Heidi, to desperately beg Cruz to exit the race and aid Rubio, but Heidi said no.
  • “The power structure’s desperate, the Rubio and Cruz teams are going back and forth but they can’t agree as to who will be the candidate.”
  • “I still believe Mitt Romney is totally dressed up, already made up, waiting in the wings… to step in as the last, best hope of the ‘stop Trump’ movement, and frankly I think Trump will bulldoze him as well.”