Thursday, November 5, 2015

China abolishes 1-child policy, allows couple to have two children



Where Democrats can find the diversity they seek: The GOP



Today’s Democratic base is famed for prizing diversity; of sexual orientation, of ethnicity, and especially, of race. Yet those same self-professed liberals have grown increasingly hostile to intellectual and ideological diversity: Witness the resurgence of political correctness on places like college campuses, and the complementary increasing hostility to free speech. Yet the three Democratic candidates for presidents are all straight, old, and white: three epithets, in the mind of many bien pensant liberals. The Democrats may have diversity, just not the kind that the base cares about, or even wants. Horror of horrors, they have to look to the GOP for that.

Watch: Hillary Clinton's Hilarious (And Revealing) 'Freudian Slip’







Democrats have the presidency. Republicans have almost everything else.



Nov. 10 GOP presidential debate in #Milwaukee will include ‘undercard’ forum

Wednesday, November 4, 2015

The conservative-media revolution has forced the liberal media to drop all pretense of objectivity

WATCH: Democrat Wonders If First Amendment Covers @RealTrump2016 Hosting Saturday Night Live

Source says cause of Russian plane crash looking more like an explosion

"Fred Thompson was larger than life"

Trump to launch ads in early states



Poll: Carson Beats Clinton By 10 Points, Tied Among Women Voters



Monday, November 2, 2015

No pastels here: See how #TedCruz would structure a simple, single flat tax rate of 10%

Trump leads the polls

JUST IN: Trump roils GOP debate scheme













GOP debate nuggets from Roger L. Simon:
"It’s hard to see how Jeb Bush recovers from his self-inflected wound at Wednesday’s CNBC Republican debate in Boulder when he went after Marco Rubio just after the young senator had hit one out of the park."

"The big story — the A-story — on Wednesday night — the actual full blown, clumsily-executed seppuku — was CNBC. The network will never seem the same."

Long after Barack Obama is gone and ensconced in warm-weather golf-course mansions, the country will remain divided. The them/us splits are the real Obama legacy that tops even his $20 trillion in debt, chronic zero interest rates, a wrecked Middle East, stagnant growth, a hemorrhaging medical system, and record labor non-participation rates.

Community Organizing America: A reading from the Book of Saul: making sense of the arcane arts of the community organizer. - by Victor Davis Hanson/PJMedia

A shattered Humpty Dumpty could not be put back together again. The question is not just whether America’s shards can be re-glued into a whole, but whether Obama and those who have profited from breaking apart the body politic even wish it ever to be whole again.

Rubio's polling numbers skyrocket in New Hampshire





"Funny, The ladies on The View never said this to my face..." - Carly Fiorina





Sunday, November 1, 2015

The 13 must-read Clinton emails





The next GOP debate

Trump lays out plan to reform VA







The CNBC executive who oversaw the disastrous Republican presidential debate is a former Clinton White House staffer, Breitbart News has learned



Brian Steel, senior vice president of communications at CNBC, was the second highest-ranking network official at Wednesday night’s debate in Colorado after only CNBC CEO Mark Hoffman. Steel was described by an insider as the “executive on hand” for the debate, which was marked by the moderators’ partisan attacks and gotcha questions for the Republican candidates.

Brian Steel worked in Bill Clinton’s White House as a domestic policy adviser to Vice President Al Gore.

His White House gig was just one of three jobs that he held in the Clinton administration. He also worked in Clinton’s Department of Justice, where he served as Deputy Assistant Attorney General for Policy Development, and also worked as the associate director of the department’s Office of Public Affairs.

Steel told Breitbart News that he was involved in the planning of the debate and also executing public-relations issues but was not directly involved on the editorial side.

Steel is now tasked with defending the network’s disastrous debate performance in the press.

...RNC chairman Reince Priebus has suspended the next NBC News-hosted Republican debate in protest over the CNBC-sponsored debacle.

“I was very disappointed in the moderators. I’m disappointed in CNBC,” Priebus said in the Spin Room after the debate finally ended. “I thought they would bring forward a pretty fair forum here tonight. But I think it was one gotcha question, one personal low blow after another.”

“It’s like they tried to design a Rubik’s cube for every question to take the worst element, I think, of what the moderators and what the media should bring to the table,” Priebus said. “And all I can tell you is that while I’m pretty much proud of our candidates for pretty much sticking together, I’m very disappointed in the moderators and I’m very disappointed with CNBC.”

Sunday funnies:





This pro-Rubio super PAC thinks only GOP four candidates have a shot at nomination



"When you consider all angles, as we do, we believe there are really only four candidates with a reasonable chance of becoming the Republican nominee: Senator Marco Rubio, Dr. Ben Carson, Donald Trump and Senator Ted Cruz," Warren Tompkins, head of the Conservative Solutions PAC, and media consultant and lead strategist Jon Lerner wrote in a memo sent out to donors, friends and supporters on Friday.

"And when you look on to the general election against Hillary Clinton, we are convinced that Marco gives the GOP its best chance to win. The Clinton Machine itself openly acknowledges that Marco is the candidate they most fear."

ISIS claims responsibility for Russian plane crash