Martin O’Malley has a Race and Police problem.

Reading Time: < 1 minute Martin O’Malley is in a tough spot. On one hand, he is far (faaaaar) behind Hillary Clinton. On the other hand, he doesn’t have the Progressive support (or revolutionary zeal) that Bernie Sanders has. And, worst of all, he is getting partial blame for the death of Baltimore’s Freddie Gray. So much so that a group Read More

Out of Left field – Bernie Sanders wrote a very, very bizarre essay

Reading Time: < 1 minute Apparently Bernie Sanders had an affinity Feud. He wrote an essay about it. It’s quite explicit. Parents warn your children. The opening paragraphs: “A man goes home and masturbates his typical fantasy. A woman on her knees, a woman tied up, a woman abused. A woman enjoys intercourse with her man — as she fantasizes Read More

The Teflon Candidate? Jeb Bush does shady business. So what?

Reading Time: 2 minutes The Bush family are tied to shady business deals? Yawn. Yet a myriad of journalists are giving themselves carpal tunnel in an attempt pin something – anything – on Jeb Bush. So far, the good people at Business Insider have done a noble job. Here are a few questions they – and we – want answered: Read More

Rand Paul and the Party of None 

Reading Time: < 1 minute Controversial views place you in, well, controversy. See below…: “Rand Paul has now decided he wants to be a liberal Democrat — undercut necessary intelligence collection, weaken the police officers and our intelligence services.” – Bill Kristol “[A]n aide might want to remind Senator Paul which party’s nomination he is seeking” – WSJ Editorial Board Read More

Bernie Sanders: The Fringe Candidate that Could in 2016? 

Reading Time: < 1 minute Despite a New York Times article that only highlighted Sanders popularity with his generation, polls – and the Clinton camp – are starting to worrying that Sanders might win the nomination. Well, maybe not win – but at least split the Democratic vote. More so than Martin O’Malley anyway: “Insiders familiar with the Clinton campaign’s thinking described Read More

The Time Ted Cruz Wasn’t a Victim of Media Bias — But an Actual Hypocrite

Reading Time: 2 minutes After touring the damage caused by recent Texas flood, Cruz called for federal government help: “The federal government’s role, once the Governor declares a disaster area and makes a request, I am confident that the Texas congressional delegation, Sen. Cornyn and I, and the members of Congress both Republicans and Democrats will stand united as Read More

Will Jeb Bush be the figurehead of Super PAC violations?

Reading Time: < 1 minute 2016 is setting a new precedent when it comes to coordination between candidates and their Super PACs. So far, the mindset has been, ‘it’s illegal, yes, but necessary. Why? Because every other candidate is doing it.’ (See Hillary Clinton’s stance on Citizen United and continued coordination with Super PACs). However, watchdog groups see Jeb Bush as Read More

Marco Rubio vs the LGBT Crusades and Crusaders

Reading Time: < 1 minute For Marco Rubio, the increased tolerance of LGBT lifestyles is not tolerance at all. It’s the opposite — it’s the downfall of Christianity.: “After they are done going after individuals, the next step is to argue that the teachings of mainstream Christianity, the catechism of the Catholic Church, is hate speech and there’s a real Read More

Come one, come all to Barbara Bush’s Birthday Bash…if you have the cash

Reading Time: < 1 minute Cover fee? Just a slim $5,000 “It won’t be just any party but also a fund-raiser for the Barbara Bush Foundation for Family Literacy. Co-hosting the June 8 event are two of the former first lady’s children: presumptive 2016 Republican presidential candidate Jeb Bush and his sister, Doro Bush Koch. The siblings are listed as “honorary event co-chairs.’” Read More

Scott Walker’s Way with Words

Reading Time: < 1 minute Dear 2016 candidates, Be weary of off-the-cuff remarks over the next 18 months. Why? See Scott Walker’s eloquent explanation of mandatory ultrasounds below: “The thing about that, the media tried to make that sound like that was a crazy idea,” Walker said. “Most people I talk to, whether they’re pro-life or not, I find people Read More