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Poor decisions, campaign infrastructure: A prelude to a Trump Presidency

Donald Trump Infrastructure

Campaigning to become a party’s nominee for President of the United States is very difficult. It requires attention to detail, knowledge of the rules, understanding of the terrain, properly planned infrastructure, and the ability to make good decisions. Once nominated, the race to accumulate states through the electoral college and operate within the confines of unfriendliness associated with reaching out to independents and members of the opposite party is even more difficult than the nomination campaign. Read More

Are you going to buy the Model 3?

Tesla Model 3

The reveal for the Model 3 has happened and even though there is still more to come the idea of whether or not to buy this car is real.  With the other Tesla models the price was too high for us to consider buying them, at least most of us, but the Model 3 offers a price that we can all afford and enjoy.  Because of this affordable price the Model 3 has become one of the hottest topics in the automotive world and is a car that had many of the fans waiting to be able to order this new car. Read More

Rule 40B cannot be allowed to swing both ways based on the Establishment’s whims

Romney McCain

In 2012, the Establishment had an agenda. They didn’t want Ron Paul and his “crazies” mucking up the Republican convention by trying to draw attention to themselves. They wanted to demonstrate unity by having all of the attention paid to the nominee, Mitt Romney. As a result, RNC Rule 40B was established. Now, the tables have turned and none of their guys has a chance at the nomination, so there has been talks of eliminating the suddenly outdated rule. This would be a betrayal to the base of the Republican party and would represent the reality that the Establishment wants control of the party more than they want a victory in November. Read More

Cruz builds a California leadership team of epic proportions

Ted Cruz California

One of the biggest knocks against Donald Trump has been that the country cannot afford someone who requires on-the-job-training. It isn’t just the monumental task of learning what it takes to be President. It’s also the events that lead up to the election, including the nominating process. For this, Ted Cruz has demonstrated a profoundly higher understanding and it’s showing in California. Read More

Kasich finally gets the spotlight he craves. Now, the scrutiny will destroy him.

John Kasich Scrutiny

For months, John Kasich has taken every opportunity in his scarce debate moments, infrequent interviews, and low-volume stump speeches to point out how little attention he was getting from the media. As one of the three finalists for the GOP nomination, he’s going to get more attention than ever before. That attention is going to reveal three things: he’s not a good candidate for President, he probably shouldn’t be Vice President, and he’s not a very good governor of Ohio. Read More

If Rubio and Kasich drop out after #SuperTuesday, the math clearly favors Cruz over Trump

Ted Cruz SuperTuesday

With all of the attention being given to Donald Trump as the likely GOP nominee, there’s a problem that nobody seems to be discussing. Even if Trump wins Ohio and Florida, his path to the nomination is greatly hampered if Marco Rubio and John Kasich drop out. In fact, winning their states and knocking them out might be the worst thing that Trump could do. Read More

Ben Carson’s endorsement of Trump has ‘paid in full’ written all over it

Ben Carson Suspicious Endorsement Donald Trump

As of two months ago, I was deciding between Ben Carson and Donald Trump. Ironically, it was the way that both of them handled the Ted Cruz campaign’s sharing of a CNN story during the Iowa caucus that flipped me to support him over either of them. What the campaign did was wrong, but Cruz handled it properly while Trump and Carson whined. Read More