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A full 22 conservative thinkers (although, with the likes of Glenn Beck and William Kristol in the mix, we do of necessity use that term quite broadly) all weighed in on why Donald Trump is a terrible candidate for Republicans to consider making their presidential nominee, and why Trump is an all-around terrible human being.
Anyone who has a law degree should know that individuals' interpretation of the meaning of a statute (including the U.S. Constitution) means nothing. ...
Multiple sources have now confirmed efforts by the CIA to hire Sarah Palin as a national security advisor.
Claiming that no one else "alive or dead" could do "as good at presidentification" as they'd need to, Bachmann said she was announcing her support for Reagan in the primaries.
I'm glad Palin spoke up. I'm glad that she's passionate about the lack of care our vets get when they come home. I'm glad that she used her spotlight to go off script and use her annoyingly shrill voice to raise awareness of a serious issue that's been plaguing this country for over a century.
Now that Trump has added Sarah Palin to his ticket, I suppose the bullying will get even more severe, and it seems highly unlikely that the media, or evangelicals, or Conservatives in general, will say anything at all.
For months, the pundits have gotten it wrong by focusing on the candidates. It is the electorate, the Republican primary voters, who are driving this train. Trump is leading an existing movement, not creating one.
I blame John McCain more than anyone else for the fact that Donald Trump is the clear frontrunner of the Republican pack right now. McCain's pick of Palin as running mate truly set the stage for where the GOP finds itself now.
Whether Palin coupled the two terms knowing she swam against the current of her own religious tradition is probably beside the point: she aims to appear part of particular religious milieu, but feels no apparent obligation to be well-informed about it.
Today's topics include: Can Bernie Sanders win the general election? Bernie's single payer plan revealed. Sarah Palin endorses Trump. Trump bungles his Liberty University speech. Ted Cruz did another JFK impression, and much more.
Former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin's endorsement of Donald Trump might have fueled controversy among his supporters. Young adult supporters, who attended Trump's rally this morning in Norwalk, Iowa, held very different opinions about Sarah Palin.
A politician who wanted to become a Reality TV star endorses a Reality TV star who wants to become a politician. This is what we have come to. And it is no surprise.
Polls show that Trump and Texas Senator Ted Cruz are neck and neck in Iowa; so securing just a few additional votes may mean victory. That is where former Alaska Governor Sarah Palin comes in.