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Laura Ingraham May Run for Senate in Virginia

That’s right, my former boss at LifeZette reportedly may get into politics. From the Washington Examiner:

The queen of conservative talk radio, Laura Ingraham, is eyeing a Senate run in Virginia and a challenge to Hillary Clinton’s running mate, Sen. Tim Kaine.

Knowledgeable sources said that several party insiders have approached the media giant to run and that she is considering it.

In preparation for a bid, her business partner, Peter Anthony, has begun buying website domains for Ingraham to use should she decide to move forward. It includes: ingrahamsenate.net, ingrahamsenate.com, ingrahamforvirginia.com and ingraham2018.com.

Minnesota Trending Red

Looks like that “Blue Wall” Democrats thought they had in the Rust Belt is turning red. From the Washington Examiner: One of the most underreported stories of this year’s election cycle was how darn close the race finished in Minnesota for Donald Trump. Yes, Minnesota. The president-elect did not win the North Star State on… Continue Reading

Reid: Dems 2020 Roster looks like an ‘Old Folks Home’

Outgoing Senate Minority Leader Harry Reid says the potential 2020 Democratic presidential field resembles an “old folks home,” according to a new report. In the aftermath of President-elect Trump’s victory and recent chatter that Vice President Biden could launch a 2020 campaign for the Democratic nomination, the Nevada Democrat remarked that the field of prospective… Continue Reading

Democrats Become More Liberal Under Obama

Democrats grew more liberal over the course of President Obama’s eight-year presidency, voter data compiled by a leading GOP pollster reveal. President-elect Trump, a Republican, defeated Democrat Hillary Clinton last month by winning more votes in the Electoral College, compensating for his loss in the popular vote. Trump pulled it off by luring blue-collar voters… Continue Reading

Cruz Announces he is Running for President

As you are probably aware, Sen. Ted Cruz is announcing Monday his candidacy for president. He actually did so at 12:09 pm ET Sunday via Tweet: “I’m running for President and I hope to earn your support!” He’ll make a formal statement this morning at around 10:00 am at Liberty University, a conservative, Christian college in Lynchburg, Va.… Continue Reading

Walker, the Wisconsin Unions, and ISIS: Bravo!

I’ve grown so, stupendously sick of what has become a routinely emitted burst of inanity by the intellectually crippled, some of whom are our putative thought leaders: That if you mention two things together in a sentence, you think they are alike. Thursday at CPAC, responding to a question about how he would handle ISIS, Wisconsin… Continue Reading

Joe Biden Tries to Fool Me Into Giving Out Personal Information

Look what showed up in my inbox this afternoon. I’m like, what? Me? JOE, THANK YOU! I mean, I’ve been writing all this mean stuff about you and the president, and here you are, so magnanimously, calling me “great.” But the Biden buttering up was just beginning. I double clicked: Since we’re all spending some time… Continue Reading

Republican Establishment Claims Victory

The consequences of running and winning without a clear conservative platform, which I detailed earlier this week, are becoming clear, as the Republican establishment – which runs the Party – seeks to take credit for Tuesday’s victory. According to an article Friday in The Hill, “Has the Tea Party been Tamed?”, establishment forces are making… Continue Reading

Much Ado About Nothing

I’m not very impressed by the Republican victory Tuesday. Are you? Really? After all the jumping up and down is finished and the sports analyses fade away, what is the country left with? Not much. Senate Republicans will start investigating the Obama administration and do some decent accountability work, which is nice. Beyond that, this… Continue Reading

The Democratic Turncoats

The most disgraceful thing about this campaign, aside from the race baiting, has been the sight of Democratic candidates ditching any sense of principle and abandoning President Obama. Can any of these candidates explain what Obama did that they did not ask of him? He’s unpopular not because he’s Barack Obama. Not because he’s black. Not… Continue Reading