Good column on Trump. The media and Hillary are so scared at this moment. The jig is up. A real American who won’t be corrupted is about to shake up Washington. As a small business owner, I can’t wait. Thanks for the article.
I don’t know why, but I could always kind of see this in Cruz. I guess you could call it a hunch. There was just something about him I didn’t like, and this would have made it very hard for me to support him. However, I wish it had never gotten this ugly.
Ted Cruz’s fine speech (approved by Trump ahead of time, though they now complain about its contents) was a powerful call to return to conservative principles, and a stirring defense of liberty and conscience. It should have been praised from the house tops, but because it didn’t include three words, is now horrible and the man who delivered it now evil.
I could not be any prouder of that great man. He went way further in congratulating Trump than I could have, after the despicable lies and personal attacks on his family and faith. Ted is a FAR better man than I. I call him Ted Telemachus. I call him my new American hero ... continue reading »
How did the L.A. Times sink so low? Jamie Kirchick’s ludicrous piece in the Times only makes sense when read as Kirchick’s peculiar psychological projection.
Among liberals and progressives, psychological projection, i.e., attributing one’s own repressed thoughts to someone else, is rampant. It’s a defense that hides their inner feelings and impulses (e.g., endemic left-wing racism, sexism, class envy, bigotry and overall bitterness).
Why are Republicans so mealy mouthed when attacked by the media? If one of the talking heads asked me about Mrs. Trump’s “plagiarism,” I’d demand to know if they thought her speech was the most newsworthy thing at the Republican National Convention.
How about the speeches by the Milwaukee sheriff, or the three parents of children killed by illegal aliens, or the parent of the slain Benghazi hero? (I didn’t watch CNN, but I heard that cable channel cut away from the convention when the parents began to talk about their slain children.)