Let’s call it like we see it: this has been an awful, no-good, terrible week for Hillary Clinton and her campaign. Everything that could have gone wrong has done so. First of all, Mr. Trump found a little bit of discipline; actually, Kellyanne Conway found it for him. Second, the issue of Hillary’s health has flared up in a big way. Third, a tightening of … Continue reading Can Trump Win?
Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) said on Sunday the percentage of popular support that each candidate needs to participate in the presidential debates for the general election is “probably too high,” The Hill reports. Sen. Sanders famously challenged Hillary Clinton for the Democratic nomination, and formally endorsed Clinton after he ended his campaign shortly before the Democratic National Convention in July. Libertarian nominee Gary Johnson and … Continue reading Sanders: 15 Percent Polling Average for Debate Inclusion Is ‘Probably Too High’
In this unprecedented election, the Democratic and Republican nominees do not sit well with the majority of Americans. For the most part, those that refuse to look outside the two-party system have to go to extremes and single issues to justify voting for either Clinton or Trump. One issue that most have decided to take to, in order to justify their support for Trump, is … Continue reading You Shouldn’t Vote for Donald Trump Because of the Supreme Court.
Now that we’ve made it past the conventions and polls are bouncing up and down (mainly up for Clinton and down for Trump), I want to take a look at the groups that voters seem to be moving into. New surveys come out daily that show vast dissatisfaction with the state of the race. According to recent CNN, CBS, and NBC polls, only 34% of … Continue reading The Homestretch
Three weeks ago, Hillary Clinton appeared poised to break a massive lead on Donald Trump. Mr. Trump did not receive the initial favorable bounce so customary of presidential candidates during their party’s conventions. But my oh my how that all changed, and not because the American people have swallowed the cyanide-laced Kool Aid and learned to love Donald Trump — in fact, far from so. Another catastrophic scandal … Continue reading Hillary Clinton: The Weakest Presidential Candidate in History
When we make politics our god, we corrupt what we stand for. When we make politics our god, we forget who is truly in charge. When we make politics our god, we fail to remember the strength, sovereignty, and almighty power of the true Savior. Ironically, we, the Republican party, often attempt to make politics our god so that freedom of religion can flourish — … Continue reading The Case Against Making Politicians ‘gods’
So, you’re repulsed by the idea of Trump or Clinton becoming president? I have good news for you, so is everybody else. I also have bad news for you, most people repulsed by them will still vote for one of them. Why? Because our country cannot wrap its head around a third choice. But have no fear, the end of the two party system is … Continue reading Declare Your Independence from the Two-Party System
Less than an hour after FBI Director James Comey announced to no one’s astonishment that Hillary Clinton would not face charges for illegally forwarding classified intelligence dossiers through her private e-mail, I finally decided to acknowledge a wise truth about the Clintons as well as their friend, associate, and current “opponent” in the race for the White House, Donald Trump, and long-established politicians in Washington. The Clintons … Continue reading Clinton Privilege Alive and Well in the Aftermath of the FBI’s Failed E-mail Investigation