Why 2016 is Biden’s year

(WASHINGTON POST)

By Ruth Marcus

Could Joe Biden be the man for this season?

The vice president has been running for president since Hillary Clinton was first lady of Arkansas. His first campaign, in 1988, fizzled over allegations of plagiarism.

His second, in 2008, limped to a humiliating close with Biden winning less than 1 percent of voters in the Iowa caucuses. He received most attention for unwise comments about Indian Americans (“You cannot go to a 7-Eleven or a Dunkin’…

And the most judgmental people on earth are …

“Caitlyn” Jenner, formerly known as Bruce Jenner

By Paul Bremmer

Progressives in America need to realize that when they point a finger at conservatives for “judging” various identity groups, there are three other fingers pointing back at them, journalist and author Jack Cashill says.

“The irony is that the left has prided itself historically on being anti-judgmental,” Cashill said in a recent interview on Phyllis Schlafly’s…

Megyn Kelly: Eyeing move to CNN?

A New York Magazine writer and author of the 2014 book about Fox News CEO Roger Ailes, “The Loudest Voice in the Room,” said in a recent televised interview the cable station’s biggest star, Megyn Kelly, may not be re-engaging in public disputes with presidential hopeful Donald Trump because she doesn’t want to hurt her chances to move to a more mainstream network, like CNN.

Kelly, on the heels of widespread criticism of her debate night questioning of Trump – after which the…

Trump on success: ‘It’s a movement’

Donald Trump is surging in the polls.

Donald Trump, White House hopeful and Republican leader of the pack for president, said in a telephone interview on Friday’s edition of “Morning Joe” on MSNBC that his success with poll numbers shows the country is going through a massive change, the magnitude of which some say has never before seen.

He made the remarks in answer to a question from one of the panelists who spoke of Trump’s unpopularity with many of…

Palin defends Trump for ‘telling the truth’

(ExtraTV) Former Governor of Alaska Sarah Palin took some time to chat with “Extra’s” Renee Bargh on the set of her guest-hosting gig, “On Point with Sarah Palin.”

During the interview, Sarah defended Republican candidate Donald Trump, who is making headlines daily. “Man he is just getting crucified out there just for telling the truth… he’s doing a good job of that and he’s shaking it up the way it should be, and he’s…

Trump on TV-news shooting: ‘This isn’t a gun problem’

(Politico) Donald Trump lamented the state of mental illness in the United States on Thursday, calling it “just a massive problem,” one of many the country has.

But Wednesday’s shooting that killed two journalists in Virginia and injured another woman represented “a mental problem,” not “a gun problem,” Trump said in an interview on CNN’s “New Day.”

What do YOU think? Sound off in today’s WND Poll:…

Biden-watcher: How gaffe-prone VP lines up against Hillary

Vice President Joe Biden probably has been the punchline more often than he’s delivered one during the more than seven years of the Obama-Biden administration.

But now, many are taking him seriously, including Hillary Clinton, major Democratic fundraisers and a veteran researcher and author who’s been following the gaffe-prone politician for years.

Mike Towle, a former Army officer, newsman and author of more than 15 books, has chronicled Biden’s…

Trump, Cruz join forces to try to sink Obama’s Iran deal

Republican presidential candidates Donald Trump and Sen. Ted Cruz, R-Texas

WASHINGTON – While other Republican presidential candidates are taking swipes at front-runner Donald Trump, Sen. Ted Cruz, R-Texas, is instead joining forces with him to try to stop President Obama’s nuclear deal with Iran.

Cruz invited Trump to join a Capitol Hill rally and Trump accepted, telling people at an event in South Carolina, it will be “essentially a protest against…

Do Christian voters neglect their secret weapon?

During the GOP’s mock-up of a debate on Fox recently, Donald Trump stood out by refusing to pledge his support for the eventual GOP nominee. For some conservatives this added credibility to his pose of adamant opposition to the GOP’s quisling leadership. Now comes the report that “GOP presidential front-runner Donald Trump has promised ‘several top Republicans’ he will not run a third party campaign.” If true, this report goes to prove…

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