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Dan Quayle: Trump Has Wanted to Be in Office for a Long Time

On Sunday, New York City’s AM 970 host John Catsimatidis spoke with former Vice President Dan Quayle his “The Cats Roundtable” program and the two discussed GOP presidential candidate Donald Trump. “If you look at it today, Donald Trump’s the man to

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Carson: Bush ‘Certainly’ Not Responsible for 9/11

Sunday on ABC’s “This Week,” Republican presidential candidate Ben Carson was asked about his opponent Donald Trump’s recent criticisms of President George W. Bush and said that he “seriously” doubts Trump meant that Bush is to blame for the Sept. 11, 2001

September 11, 2015: They’re Not Losing

On the fourteenth anniversary of 9/11, the fourteenth year of a war that began with the slaughter of thousands of innocent civilians, it is very difficult to say that the enemy is losing. There have been successes, to be sure. The status report is mixed, fourteen years on. But the Enemy is closer to reaching his objectives than we are.

Family Ties: Half Jeb Bush’s Contributions From Previous Bush Donors

Jeb Bush’s presidential campaign and supportive PACs made headlines for raking in a combined total of about $120 million — more than double that of any of his Republican competitors — and the Bush name was incredibly helpful in raising those funds. A new analysis of Federal Elections Commission (FEC) records shows that more than half of Bush’s campaign war chest comes from donors who have previously donated to Bush’s father, former President George H.W. Bush, or his brother, former President George W. Bush.

Is it still 'the economy, stupid?'

Dan Henninger at the Wall Street Journal thinks Obama’s weaksauce economy cooked Democrat geese during the midterm elections: “Low economic growth in the modern U.S. economy is a total, across-the-board, top-to-bottom political loser.” Normally “economic growth” is an economist’s term

'No Toll Road' says Hunt County Grassroots Watchdog Group

'No Toll Road' says Hunt County Grassroots Watchdog Group

DALLAS, Texas — ‘No toll roads’ was the clear message that a Greenville grassroots group sent to officials in Hunt County on Tuesday morning, October 14 when they held a press conference outside the Hunt County Commissioners Courthouse to stand against the Blacklands-Northeast

Cornyn, McCaul Want Ebola Screening at Dallas & Houston Airports

Cornyn, McCaul Want Ebola Screening at Dallas & Houston Airports

AUSTIN, Texas — On Friday Texas Senator John Cornyn and Representative Michael McCaul sent a letter to R. Gil Kerlikowske, the U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) Commissioner, asking for more information about the agency’s plans for enhanced screening procedures for Ebola.

First Citizen of the Ineptocracy

The more I reflect on the denouement of the Neil deGrasse Tyson phony-quotes saga, the more I’m convinced he would be the perfect First Citizen of the Ineptocracy.  In this sad-trombone age of massive faceplants – more money and power

Obama's latte salute vs. Bush's dog salute

In response to Obama’s Disrespectful ‘Latte Salute’ Shocks and Offends: It’s illuminating how quickly Obama dead-enders made fools of themselves trying to excuse the President for this.  Sally Kohn was the first to smash  herself in the face with a

Begich Uses DC Address for FEC Reimbursements

Sen. Mark Begich (D-Alaska) has been attacking his republican opponent, claiming he has weak ties to Alaska given that he resided in the DC area while working for former president George Bush. Those attacks may be brought into question now

Odd Drug Busts Continue Amid Border Crisis

Odd Drug Busts Continue Amid Border Crisis

HOUSTON, Texas — It appears that drug smugglers are turning to more creative tactics, as U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) have recently seized large amounts of drugs under rather unusual circumstances. On August 28, CBP officers seized 3,370 pounds