Stories by David Leeper
Conservatives worry a lot about Donald Trump’s underlying principles.
What they heck are they, anyway? Will they change next week?
Nonetheless, there are some things for conservatives to love about “The Donald” and his campaign, and it’s not just about his campaign that so far is almost exclusively about winning.
Here’s Bill Whittle’s take on Donald Trump:
So starts Senator Ted Cruz, 2016 Presidential candidate, at the conference of the National Federation of Republican Women, September 12, 2015, in Phoenix, Arizona (video below).
In this speech, Sen. Cruz lists explicitly what he will on the first day he is elected (watch video for details) —
He will rescind every illegal and unConstitutional executive order that Barack Obama has issued.
He will issue an order to open an investigation into Planned Parenthood …
Judge Jeanine Pirro is in high dudgeon as she clobbers Hillary Clinton for serial deceptions over her improper and illegal use of a private email server to conduct official business as Secretary of State, including insecure storage and transmission of classified material.
It’s not looking too good for Hillary.
As a bonus, watch the video below in which a Hillary Clinton sycophant, liberal talk show host Coco Soodek, tries to defend the indefensible. And immediately after, Ann Coulter provides her review of the …
Clear, compelling, and confident, Fiorina delivers her key points with the class and dignity we should all expect of a Presidential candidate. She speaks from the heart, with no teleprompter and no notes.
Carly shows her sense of humor too, with some barbs directed toward Donald Trump and, of course, Hillary!
Conservatives have a remarkable field of candidates to choose from this year. Pity the …
If this poll is accurate, pundits may need to do as Charles Lane (Washington Post) has suggested he should do — hand in his “pundit’s license!”
The poll shows Trump defeating every Democrat with scores like this:
* Trump 45%, Clinton 40%. (There is a 20-point Gender Gap; Trump leads by 18 points among seniors.)
* Trump 44%, Sanders 40%. (Trump leads by 10 among independents and by 6 among moderates.)
* Trump 44%, …
While Gingrich is not endorsing Trump (yet), he is a Trump defender. He believes voters see Trump, Carson, Cruz, and Fiorina as a team of outsiders who could “kick over the table” in Washington, and they find that very appealing.
Gingrich has no issue with Trump’s failure to pass Hugh Hewitt’s pop quiz on who General Qassem Suleimani is. This pop quiz failure …
Needham answers crisply and cleanly, declaring that voters are sick to death of the incumbent political class, their consultants, and the K-Street lobbyist buddies who get rich off the whole system.
In brief, he says, primary voters want a candidate who will drain the fetid and festering swamp we call Washington.
Watch also the 44-second clip by Carly Fiorina who also speaks for Americans who …
Jorge Ramos attempts to hijack Donald Trump’s news conference in Dubuque, Iowa, Aug 25, 2015, and he gets ejected from the conference. Later Ramos is allowed to return and successfully commandeers most of the Q&A session with aggressive questions and multiple interruptions.
Trump handles it well and comes out on top, telling Ramos they’ll have plenty of chances to talk in coming years. According to reports, he also asked to have lunch with him.
The Left loves to talk up the Obama/Kerry Iran “deal” as the only alternative to war. While that’s been debunked over and over, that’s their story and they’re sticking to it. In the video/audio clip below, Dr. Steve Carol, on the Middle East Radio Forum, answers a caller who tries to support the Left’s position.
The bottom line is that Iran has violated the deal even before the ink has dried, and there is no reason to …