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Bernie Sanders declares war on the Democratic Party

In these ludicrous days of the senility of the American Republic, the mind-numbing mediocrity of the liberal, fat-cat media and their failure to recognize the obvious continues to defy belief. With a fine impartiality to patriots of true principle on […]

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Bernie Sanders declares war on the Democratic Party

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In these ludicrous days of the senility of the American Republic, the mind-numbing mediocrity of the liberal, fat-cat media and their failure to recognize the obvious continues to defy belief. With a fine impartiality to patriots of true principle on […]

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The Real Meaning of Trump’s Victory

Suddenly, the secret supporters of Donald Trump or so they claim, are crawling like teeming termites out of every rotting wood-work in the Republican Party. Suddenly the swarms of lice

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Ted Cruz self destructs

According to superficially obvious metrics, Ted Cruz should have been looking to pull off another media-hyped full or partial success in Indiana: it’s a Midwestern state, the only part

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Halt Van Hollen; Decide for Donna

It is shameful that Marylanders who twice elected a first class governor in Martin O’Malley after his remarkable and grossly underestimated terms as Mayor of Baltimore should now look

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Trump Resurgent, Cruz Crunched

Donald Trump could indeed go down to a major defeat for the Republicans as their presidential candidate in November, though he could also do a far better among the

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Bernie’s sulking will help Trump

The expected victories of Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton in their respective New York primary races confirm both the parallels and strange contrasts between the unexpected rivalries tearing apart

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Bernie gets his big chance after decking Hillary in Michigan

Bernie Sanders has reason to feel good heading into Tuesday’s primary elections. Not only did he stay alive and survive his anticipated stream of southern defeats by Hillary Clinton, he

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GOP is dead

Mitt Romney and John McCain, both resoundingly rejected by the American people in 2008 and 2012, have called on Republican primary voters to reject Donald Trump. So far, the

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The State of the Race

Saturday was a good day for Ted Cruz, less so for Donald Trump, but his next real test comes on Tuesday. Hillary Clinton won the Democrats’ big prize of the

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Republican Massacre after New Hampshire: Week of the Long Knives

New Hampshire and Iowa have done their job. Half a dozen Republican candidates for the presidency are gone: Four of them in the week after New Hampshire. The political guillotines

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