By Dave Andrusko Such is the accelerated nature of the nominating process that no sooner had Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton prevailed in the South Carolina primary and Nevada caucuses, respectively, than all eyes turned to “Super Tuesday.” To be sure Republicans hold their Nevada caucuses tomorrow and Democrats their South Carolina primary Saturday, February …Continue reading "Trump wins in South Carolina with Rubio second; Clinton overcomes Sanders’ challenge in Nevada"
By Dave Andrusko The difference in numbers was stark. The February 4th debate between pro-abortionists Hillary Clinton and Democratic Socialist Sen. Bernie Sanders drew a paltry 4.49 on MSNBC. (It was the first debate after former Maryland Gov. Martin O’Malley withdrew.) By contrast Saturday’s free for all between seven pro-life Republican presidential candidates in New …Continue reading "Takeaways from Democratic and Republican debates on the eve of the New Hampshire primary"
By Dave Andrusko Last night’s mano y mano faceoff between pro-abortionists Hillary Clinton and Democratic Socialist Sen. Bernie Sanders was pretty much all you could have asked for. Each gave as good as they got five days before New Hampshire’s first-in-the-nation presidential primary. Sanders is ahead by about 20 points (31 points in another poll) …Continue reading "A few thoughts four days before the New Hampshire primary"