*update There have been lots and lots of reports of strange goings on in the Nevada Caucus. People have *allegedly witnessed ballots being uncounted, discarded, other people voting twice, and overt electioneering. The electioneering, for people not familiar with caucuses, is not illegal, but I [Read More]
This one is difficult. If you haven’t seen this already I’d say your chances were slim. See after jump
With the Western Front in stalemate in 1916, the German High Command decided the best strategy was to bleed the other side into collapse. They choose the fortified town of Verdun, a locale that the French would have to defend for pride and Paris.
Judicial Watch has been granted discovery on their case which charges that Hillary used her private server as an end-around and evasion of FOIA. This is big. Here is Robby Mook trying to explain this latest development away as a “right-wing conspiracy.” —> ht/ PT
Mother holds premature son for the first time.
12:27: It’s late here on the East Coast and votes aren’t coming in that fast, so I’m calling it a night. Thanks for staying up with me! 12:20: Now at about 4% in; Trump at 43%, Rubio at 25%, Cruz at 20%. 12:13: With more [Read More]
Looks like some are donating their weed money to Bernie. This thread seems too good to be true. It seems scripted for maximum Anti-Sanders enjoyment.
Cruz is becoming Trump on illegal immigration. In fact, in his latest interview he’s going further than Trump. On one hand this is great news, for me, a person who preferred Trump’s immigration policy to Cruz’s, on the other hand this should concern anyone that was [Read More]
Why I trust Ted Cruz
The hunchy old crank is in love with a Swedish model. No, not the kind of model like above, he loves
There is a stupid fake story going around about a “leaked memo” created by the Rubio team. It’s been floating around for months now. Supposedly Rubio suggested that all camps start calling Trump supporters “white trash.” What this strategy would accomplish is beyond me, but [Read More]
SaltLakeTribune: The Utah Senate wants to select U.S. senators by itself instead of letting the people elect them directly — as they have since the 17th Amendment was ratified in 1913. Senators voted 17-6 to give preliminary approval to SJR2 on Tuesday, sending it to [Read More]