John Kasich is running interference for Donald Trump, hoping to be his vice president.
Caucuses are fun for political junkies like me, but they make participating in the selection of the leader of this country more difficult for everybody else.
If you aren’t making solid, logical arguments for someone, and are instead saying things like, I feel, or I am sick of, or I can’t stand, then you are basing your opinion on fairy dust, and your candidate will ultimately disappoint you.
We need a complete and total destruction of the current nominating system. Does anyone really disagree with that?
“Oh my God, you’re putting my mother’s cats on the Supreme Court.”
So I don’t like Donald Trump. That much isn’t exactly a secret, as I’ve written about my grave concerns with him rather extensively. I find his brand of authoritarianism deeply troubling, and I cannot bring myself to support somebody who so openly shills for the disaster that is government funded, single-payer, universal health care. And […]
There is a reason that no Democrats have won a majority of voters in a statewide election since 1988 and have lost 14 out of the last 16 statewide elections.
I have to say, I’ve kind of been waiting for somebody to do it, and Gov. Paul LePage just did. He walked away from the pomp and preening phoniness of the State of the State address. I have to admit that at one point in my life, I loved watching the State of the Union. […]
So we can all agree that the far left dream of impeaching the governor was a tremendous waste of time, right? Good. Because it was. And the irony of the entire charade was that it basically amounted to political retribution against a politician some members of the Legislature did not like, for the crime of […]
Many-a-gallon of ink has been spilled trying to figure out just what the American people want, and why they increasingly — on both the left and the right — are rejecting politicians and embracing less polished leaders. Anti-politicians, if you will. You can spend a lot of time trying to figure it out, and you […]