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Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump speaks during a campaign rally Saturday, March 19, 2016, in Tucson, Ariz. (AP Photo/Ross D. Franklin)

Donald Trump Must Beware of Trojan Horse Delegates

A state party staffer from a large Northeastern state passed the entry codes for a conference call of five Republican chairmen from significant states this past Saturday. The topic on the table? Stopping Donald Trump. I had to listen in.

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Suddenly It’s 1964: How the Stop-Trump Drive Resembles the Past

Suddenly, it’s 1964. That’s the year the Republican Establishment ignored the prairie fire started by the conservative supporters of Barry Goldwater, who systematically grabbed control of the GOP by scoring in precinct meeting state caucuses, delegate conventions and ultimately the big California Primary.

MILFORD, NH - FEBRUARY 02:  Republican Presidential candidate Donald Trump speaks to the media before a campaign event at Hampshire Hills Athletic Club on February 2, 2016 in Milford, Iowa

What Donald Trump Must Do

The media’s new focus on Donald Trump’s “ground game” in New Hampshire is a classic case of general’s fighting the last war.

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Would a Brokered Convention Stop Donald Trump?

Will the GOP establishment steal the 2016 nomination from Donald Trump even if the magnate arrives in Cleveland with the most pledged delegates but short of the 50 percent he’d need to be nominated?

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Bill Cosby Stepped Up for Hillary Clinton

In the final days of the 2000 Senate race, Bill Cosby appeared with Hillary Clinton at an election eve rally in Buffalo, a working class town where a lot of the locals thought Hillary was kind of phony. Although he spent millions of dollars, Congressman Rick Lazio would lose the race, demonstrating how NOT to run against a woman.

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Why Trump Will Win

International businessman, entrepreneur, builder and reality TV star Donald J. Trump once again displayed his uncanny and unprecedented ability to both dominate the national dialogue and roil the political waters with his most recent proposal to temporarily halt Muslim immigration. Not surprisingly the mainstream media and the political establishment demonstrated their willingness to do anything necessary to smear Trump, distort his proposals and derail his candidacy.

Journalist Dan Rather speaks during A Conversation With Dan Rather on Day 3 of the 23rd Annual Hamptons International Film Festival on October 10, 2015 in East Hampton, New York.

Mapes, Rather and the Bush-TANG Documents

As the Rather/Mapes story broke and then burst into flames, former Texas Lt. Governor Ben Barnes piped up claiming George H.W. Bush had asked him in the early 1970s to wedge his son W into the Texas Air National Guard to avoid Vietnam. I had to remind people that Barnes, an LBJ protege, had been driven from public office in the Sharpestown scandal, a crooked real estate deal that rocked Texas politics in the 1970s.

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Why Donald Trump Is Right About Mexico: The Art of the Steal

The Mexican government itself provides some of the best evidence that Trump is exactly right when he says that Mexico intentionally sends a portion of their population across our borders illegally. In fact, they even publish a how-to guide for Mexicans seeking to illegally enter and remain in the United States.

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Kutler Busted Doctoring Nixon Tapes to Help John Dean

College professor Stanley Kutler, who filed the lawsuit which forced the release of Richard Nixon’s tapes and who published a book titled “Abuse of Power,” died last week. When the New York Times published an obituary of Kutler, who was 80, it chose to gloss over a serious breach of ethics which will always invalidate Kutler’s claim to being a historian and reveal him as a Nixon-hater and partisan.

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Hillary’s Problem With Women

With her Brooklyn campaign headquarters open, Hillary Clinton is running for president. However, Hillary’s imminent campaign will lack an agenda, platform or a vision for the country. This is by strategic choice.

It's Time for John Dean to Tell the Truth About Watergate

It's Time for John Dean to Tell the Truth About Watergate

This article originally appeared on Foxnews.com Saturday, August 9 marks the fortieth anniversary of President Richard Nixon’s resignation over the scandal known as Watergate. It’s hard to believe but 40 years after Nixon’s resignation the American public still does not

Spitzer Cover-up on AIG Continues

Spitzer Cover-up on AIG Continues

Talk about hypocrisy. According to the New York Times,former New York Governor and Attorney General Eliot Spitzer wants then Attorney General and now Governor Andrew Cuomo to release his emails in the Troopergate matter which Cuomo investigated. At the same time,

Energy Independence: Frack We Must

As the price of oil shoots through the roof because of political instability, and the inability of the Obama Administration to say yes to Canadian oil and thousands of jobs, we have to turn to other energy sources. Fortunately, there’s

A Plan to Reform the Electoral College

In 2000, when Al Gore out polled George W. Bush in the popular vote but was bested by Bush in the Electoral College to become President, it became clear we need Electoral College reform. In Adams vs.Jackson in 1824, Hayes

The Demographics of Trumpmania

I’m a Trump cheerleader. After 25 years as a lobbyist for Trump and Chairman of his 2000 Presidential Exploratory Committee, I like the man. I have studied mountains of polling conducted by the Trump casino interests studying the Trump brand

Why Trump Should Forgo Public Campaign Finance

If Donald Trump runs for President, he should forgo public finance and federal matching funds not just because, as a mega-wealthy billionaire, he can, but because doing so would allow him to spend in the early primary and caucus state’s

ACORN Arm Caught in Voter Fraud Again

Last year I wrote in Big Government about ACORN”S most successful criminal enterprise, the New York Working Families Party. Linked directly to voter fraud in New York State, ACORN quietly changed it’s name in the State and it’s chief political

A Republican Primary for Sen. Lugar?

He used to be known as “Richard Nixon’s favorite Mayor” when he was Mayor of Indianapolis and while the New York Times says he’s a “conservative” there is little in his record to indicate this. Indiana Senator Richard Lugar has

Why Larry Kudlow Must Run

The prospect of CNBC analyst Larry Kudlow seeking the Republican and Conservative Party nominations to oppose Sen. Chuck Schumer has become a cause among Tea Party folks, Conservatives, Republicans and many on Wall Street. Not since James L. Buckley won

Spitzer Lies About Black Socks In Boudoir

Never mind money laundering or violating the Mann Act. Never mind illegal campaign contributions and the subsequent lies about the true source of the money. Never mind using the New York State Police to spy on his political opponent and

Ponzi Schemer Rothstein and the Democrats

Much is being made of the fact that mini-Madoff Scott Rothstein, the Fort Lauderdale lawyer who the government and his victims claim ran a $1.2 Billion Ponzi scam in South Florida was a major fundraiser for Republicans John McCain, Governor

New Spitzer Hypocrisy In AIG Case

Former New York Governor Eliot Spitzer took to the New York Times OP-ED page to call for the full release of a AIG corporate e-mails to determine how and why the company crashed. This is the same Eliot Spitzer who

McCain Aides Attacks on Palin Grow Tedious

The continued attacks on Sarah Palin by campaign Aides to Senator John McCain are almost beyond belief. Continued attacks on Palin, and on her performance as the Vice Presidential candidate by McCain Aide Steve Schmidt, are particularly ridiculous given Schmidt’s