Bernie Sanders’ excuse is they are “rare” By Dave Andrusko More and more Democrats, swept up in the mania for abortion on demand—and beyond—are flatly denying that even the latest of late-term abortions should ever be stopped. The latest to declare his solidarity with the most extreme of abortion extremists is Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders, …Continue reading "Another Democratic presidential contender refuses to put any limitation on abortion up until birth"
By Kyle Drennen In a surprisingly tough series of interviews on all three network morning shows on Wednesday, Bernie Sanders was grilled over his endorsement of Hillary Clinton. The hosts suggested he was simply supporting the “lesser of two evils” in the campaign and fretted that the socialist senator was “capitulating” his left-wing “values.” On …Continue reading "What?! Nets Ask Sanders if Hillary is ‘Lesser of Two Evils’"
By Dave Andrusko As I write this post–actually hours before I sat down to compose it–pro-abortion Hillary Clinton had clinched her party’s presidential nomination, according to the Associated Press. The AP canvassed enough so-called “superdelegates” to conclude that added to the delegates won in primaries and caucuses, “history” had been made–the former Secretary of State …Continue reading "Both Clinton and Sanders annoyed for different reasons by AP’s call that Clinton had secured the nomination"
By Dave Andrusko In the roughly 30 hours since we posted “What will California’s impact be on the Democratic Presidential campaign?”, things have gone from bad to worse for pro-abortion Hillary Clinton. Not so long ago her lead over Democratic Socialist Sen. Bernie Sanders was well into double digits. Yesterday an NBC News/Wall Street Journal/Marist …Continue reading "Sanders and Clinton in statistical dead heat in California"
By Dave Andrusko While both Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump are their respective party’s “presumptive” presidential nominee, it is only the former Secretary of State who has to worry about next week’s mammoth California primary. Indeed, NBC News’s “First Read” headlined its story, “Why Hillary Clinton Needs to Win California.” How can Chuck Todd, Mark …Continue reading "What will California’s impact be on the Democratic Presidential campaign?"
By Dave Andrusko At the Washington Post, they have a feature asking who had the “worst week in Washington?” If there was an award for the worst 24 hours, clearly it would go to the presumptive Democratic presidential nominee, pro-abortion Hillary Clinton. (Although Democratic National Committee Chair, Rep. Debbie Wasserman-Schultz ,who may be on her …Continue reading "Who had the worst 24 hours in Washington? Hillary Clinton"
By Dave Andrusko Doesn’t sound like Democratic Socialist Sen. Bernie Sanders is heading anywhere but West, after last night’s resounding 15 point margin of victory in the West Virginia presidential primary. “We are in this campaign to win the Democratic nomination, and we’re going to stay in the race until the last vote is cast,” …Continue reading "Sanders, Trump win in West Virginia presidential primaries"
By Dave Andrusko Proving that the latest polling numbers were spot on, Donald Trump became (in the idiom of the day) the presumptive Republican presidential nominee yesterday with a crushing defeat of Texas Senator Ted Cruz in the Indiana primary. Sen. Cruz withdrew Tuesday night and Ohio Gov. John Kasich, who finished a distant third, …Continue reading "Cruz and Kasich withdraw after loss to Trump in Indiana"
By Dave Andrusko Not surprisingly, many people commented on a couple of recent posts we ran about pro-abortion Hillary Clinton. You may recall that in the run up debate with pro-abortion Democratic Socialist Sen. Bernie Sanders prior to Tuesday’s New York presidential primary, Mrs. Clinton huffed and puffed about not being asked enough about “reproductive …Continue reading "The potential of debates over dismemberment abortion to transform the abortion controversy"
By Dave Andrusko Pro-abortion outlets–Think Progress, Cosmopolitan, etc. –are expressing great delight that last night Hillary Clinton got up on her high horse and lectured CNN’s Wolf Blitzer. Pivoting from a question about the Supreme Court, Clinton sternly chastised Blitzer, “We’ve not had one question [in the previous eight debates] about a woman’s right to …Continue reading "Clinton misleads the audience on abortion, yet again"
By Dave Andrusko Tonight pro-abortionists Hillary Clinton and Democratic Socialist Sen. Bernie Sanders will have at it in what is widely expected to be a heated back and forth debate in Brooklyn moderated by CNN. The debate comes five days before the New York presidential primary in which Clinton has a 10+ point lead, according …Continue reading "Clinton/Sanders debate ahead of New York Primary, Cruz speaks favorably of Marco Rubio as potential vice president"
By Dave Andrusko What’s new on the Hillary and Bernie front? Well, there’s the aside–after finishing a speech in Pennsylvania Wednesday Hillary Clinton told a man (in a comment caught by a nearby microphone) that “we have to get the energy going”–which is not exactly hold-the-presses news. She had just gotten clobbered the day before …Continue reading "Clinton and Saunders ratchet up antagonism and back-biting"