Presidents make recess appointments usually in the hundreds over their term. President Obama is special. He has made 32, less than 20 percent of his predecessors.
The Senate Republicans found a way to obstruct those appointments as they decide never to recess. One senator claps the gavel each day once to open and seconds later, once to close. Thus the Senate remains in session perpetually.
As an American, I choose candidates by their quality – not their color. I choose them by their competence – not their color. I choose them by their intelligence – not their color. These past six years have shown the worst of us. Ele ... continue reading »
The only way a Republican candidate can beat Hillary is if he/she actually uses the ammunition you pointed out.
Republican candidates tend to run “above the fray.” They try to run on their own merits and do not want to get “down and dirty.” Both John McCain and Mitt Romney refused to use the fact that Obama sat at the feet of “Reverend” Wright for 20 years, listening to the anti-American, anti-Semitic hateful sermons. They were afraid they would ... continue reading »
I am a 52-year-old disabled male and have not been a voter. I don’t understand or trust the running politicians. I did not even know what the tea party was until I read your book, “The Tea Party Manifesto.” This book opened my eyes, and I have already purchased two orders from your website and plan on many more as finances allow.
I feel very strongly about God and the Constitution and Bill of Rights. I feel they are being destroyed before our eyes and our country is being overtaken and our consti ... continue reading »
In your most recent article you state, “The presidency in 2016 is not beyond the reach of the GOP. It is just difficult to see who, among those moving toward the starting gate, can reach the requisite 270 electoral votes.”
Consider the chances of Rep. Peter King, R-N.Y.
He wins 60 percent of the vote in a district that votes Democratic in presidential elections, in one of the deepest blue states. He is capable of cheerfully and persuasively putting politically incorrect messages through in the left-leaning establishment ... continue reading »