Unless the oft predicted collapse of the Trump campaign finally arrives in the next 24 hours, we are facing the very real prospect of the Republican frontrunner sewing the nomination up before April. Pundits are beginning to turn their attention to what a Trump Presidency might [Read More]
Rubio opened the door for a very, very easy counter-attack, one that he probably shouldn’t have welcomed. Marco, do you really want to imply that you’re looking at men’s fingers in order to “size them up”? —–>
A collection of snowflakes is very upset with, quite literally, a collection of snowflakes, and they are going to investigate. And if they find out who was responsible, they will destroy this person. University of Missouri is at it again—->
This is a shocker, especially after Trump insulted Hewitt on international television at the last debate.
This is a woman holding the severed head of a 4 year-old and parading in the streets shouting Allahu Akbar.
Gavin McInnes and Steven go head-to-head with a game of ‘Spot the Tranny’.
MRCTV’s Dan Joseph goes to a university campus to ask some questions about the Supreme Court.
Powerline Blog: Some times one thing leads to another, and you end up going down a rabbit hole of campus crazy. Wait—isn’t “rabbit hole” a speciesist metaphor? I’m sure it is somewhere. Will Rogers used to say that it’s no trouble being a humorist when [Read More]
DC: Hansjorg Wyss, a billionaire Swiss citizen and multi-million dollar Clinton Foundation donor, gave 30 contributions to American political campaigns over a nine-year period, according to an investigation by The Daily Caller News Foundation. Federal law has imposed a strict, across-the-board ban since 1966 on foreign nationals [Read More]
Bernie Sanders may be in trouble for illegal donations.
Law & Order him a bucket of chicken. DailyCaller: Donald Trump Jr., the oldest son of the Republican presidential front-runner, said Sunday that it’s possible that New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie could have a spot waiting for him in a Trump administration — especially in [Read More]