Unfavorable ratings, bimodality, competence, and realty

A recent article said, “Trump is viewed unfavorably by 67 percent of Americans overall.  Big whoop.  The authors would like you to believe that somehow translates into an element of undesirability or an inability to beat the opposition. WRONG! Ratings of unfavorability measure a candidate’s clarity, and are NOT indicative of their popularity or their […]

Trust and Competence: A quick analysis of the 2016 candidates

There’s only one competent candidate I trust:  Trump.  All other candidates have proven beyond any shadow of a doubt that they are either untrustworthy or incompetent:   UNTRUSTWORTHY::   Cruz: Liar, cheat, swindler, and complicit in election fraud   Clinton: Liar, possible murderer, and self-acknowledge felon (both gross negligence in handling classified information as well […]

Is Hillary Planning a Political Assassination?

In 2008, Hillary Clinton let slip a very serious line of thought with respect to the potential political assassination of then Senator Barack Obama: “My husband did not wrap up the nomination in 1992 until he won the California primary somewhere in the middle of June, right?  We all remember Bobby Kennedy was assassinated in […]

Did Ben Carson Lie About A West Point “Scholarship?”

Question:  Did Carson lie about being offered a “full scholarship” to West Point? Evidence (according to Politico): 1.  In his book, “Gifted Hands,” Carson describes a 1969 meeting with Gen. William Westmoreland — fresh off four years of directing the U.S. military strategy in Vietnam — that Carson said resulted in being offered a “full […]

The Problem with U.S. Birthright Citizenship

The concept of birthright citizenship was applicable back in 1776, when travel between countries was measured in months. It’s not applicable today, except for children whose parents are themselves are U.S. citizens or here under legal provisions and enrolled in the process to become U.S. citizens. The concept of “birthright citizenship” is it no longer […]

Net Neutrality: Obama vs Ted Cruz

I was originally opposed to Ted Cruz on this point, as it appeared he was railing against Net Neutrality. NOT TRUE. He’s railing against Obama’s very warped version of it. Put simply, Obama’s version of Net Neutrality isn’t Net Neutrality AT ALL. Here’s what Net Neutrality has looked for the last 30 years, since the […]