Ronny Jackson

Key GOP Contests MSM Ignored On Super Tuesday

While Democrats battled over who is best to sell their radical agenda of amnesty for illegal aliens, gun confiscation, higher taxes, abortion up to and past the moment of birth and job-killing climate change regulations, the media largely ignored Super Tuesday’s important Republican primaries, including the GOP's Alabama Senate race and key congressional races in Texas and California.

Navy rear admiral vs. Tester

Charles Hurt, Washington Times

Mr. Tester supposedly heard completely unsubstantiated accusations that the doctor was a drunken partyer who once wrecked a Secret Service vehicle after a party. (Funny, I don’t remember the Montana farmer sliming his former colleague, Sen. Ted Kennedy.) Before confirming one word of the crazy allegations, Mr. Tester went directly to the media and aired it all. “Candy Man,” he called the rear admiral. And, in a flash, another political opponent annihilated. Now, Mr. Tester is the giant, pasty face of term limits. He is the embodiment of why people hate Washington politicians.