Democrat candidates

Women, the White House, and Halitosis

Daniel Oliver, The American Spectator

Elizabeth “Feathers” Warren used to be in favor of charter schools, but that position is not a winning position for anyone seeking the endorsement, money, and votes of members of the teachers’ unions. Warren caved like a teepee in a rain squall. Meanwhile, back at the ranch, under the hateful, racist Donald Trump, black unemployment is at its lowest level ever. If that’s the product of racial discrimination, we might be forgiven for wanting more of it. In a tight election, every factor makes a difference. Republicans should be happy Democrats are so woke. Transgendered mixed-race ex-convict cyclopic vegan Rosicrucians tend not to win elections, whether or not they have halitosis. And 2020 is not likely to be an exception.

2020 Election: Will It Be Disruptor Trump vs. Disruptor Bernie?

Politicians like Joe Biden and Mitt Romney haven’t figured out the American people are hungry for change, and if Republicans won’t join President Trump in delivering it from the Right, then there are plenty of radical Democrats prepared to join Bernie Sanders to deliver it from the Left.

Violate Your Oath And Turn On American Citizens At Your Legal Peril, Gun-Grabbers

Kurt Schlichter, Townhall

This is about the other consequences of abandoning one’s oath. It is about the consequences that would come when the rule of law returns and justice demands to be done. Because there will be an accounting before the law for anyone who swore to defend the Constitution and then willingly does the opposite.  As you know, if you are law enforcement or military, you have a non-delegable duty to assess every order you receive and to refuse unlawful ones. And the Constitution is unequivocal that busting into a house to disarm peaceful Americans is a no-go. What your oath requires you to do – or to refuse to do – in that scenario is clear.

Why don't Democratic also-rans quit the race?

Byron York, Washington Examiner

Why are the Democrat candidates polling below 2 percent still in the race? Each has his or her reasons, but perhaps some are cherishing the hope, however farfetched, that they might become the next Mike Huckabee or Rick Santorum. There are reasons why today's Democratic field remains so large. The candidates in the top tiers are quite reasonably expecting some sort of re-sorting in coming months. And the candidates at the very bottom are looking to improve their lot before the inevitable surrender. It could take quite a while before many are convinced to give up.

Sen. Ben Sasse: Why are #NeverHillary and #NeverTrump the Only Choices?

Senator Ben Sasse, a principled limited government constitutional conservative if there ever was one, asks why are Americans faced with the choice of #NeverHillary or #NeverTrump. Sasse says there is room – indeed an appetite – for an alternative candidate. What say you?

Where are Other GOP Senate Candidates on Immigration and National Security?

Scott Brown is hammering his Democratic opponent on immigration and national security, and surging, while other Republican Senate candidates are running on their resumes, avoiding immigration and national security, and lagging.