Nominations

NO MORAL EQUIVALENCE BEWTEEN WITNESSES AT KAVANAUGH HEARING

Vassar Bushmills Very clearly, Christine Blasey Ford lied during her time in the spotlight at Thursday’s Senate confirmation hearing for Brett Kavanaugh. It’s a sort of law that when an accuser, under oath, says a thing was done to her by a named fellow “100%”, as Blasey Ford did yesterday, and then that named [Read More]

Donald Trump

ROBERT MUELLER, A THEORY OF THE MAN

Vassar Bushmills There have always been two theories about Robert Mueller, actually three, which I laid out in a piece a little over a year ago. I still hold that how he sees himself in History may be outcome determinative. (I listed “History” at #8 in that list. ) Using the laws [Read More]

Culture

DEFINING CONSERVATISM BACK TO REALITY

Vassar Bushmills GK Chesterton, writing about English Progressives and Conservatives, wrote in 1924: The business of progressives is to go on making mistakes. The business of conservatives is to prevent those mistakes being corrected. Even if the revolutionist might repent of his revolution, the conservative will still cling to it as [Read More]

Donald Trump

Brit Hume and Donald Trump’s Battered Wife Syndrome Problem

Vassar Bushmills I’m not clairvoyant, but when I watched Dianne Feinstein make her “clean bill” case about DACA to President Trump at yesterday’s White House open-meeting, I fully understood Donald Trump’s reply, “Why sure, that’s what we all want.” My heart didn’t sink, in fact, I hoped Senator Feinstein and [Read More]

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Elections

Will Virginia MAGA Conservatives Rescue Easy Ed Gillespie?

Vassar Bushmills “If you will stop telling lies about us, we will stop telling the truth about you” (This remark wasn’t appropriated from a Republican, but a Democrat, Adlai Stevenson, their 1952 presidential candidate. And it fell flat for the same reason Rep (Cowboy Hat) Frederica Wilson’s accusations against a four-star [Read More]

Donald Trump

My Seventeen-Year Romance with George W Bush

Vassar Bushmills In 2000 I genuinely liked George W Bush. He was more than just “not Al Gore” or even “not the continuation of the Clinton Machine.” He was Christian, a conservative (no really) and a quiet, congenial man. He ran on a string of conservative legislative themes, but which never [Read More]

Elections

Is The GOP In For A ‘Rude Awakening’ In 2018 Elections? [VIDEO] Ginni Thomas

A few months ago, Justice Judge Jeanine Pirro called out the Republican Party establishment for plotting against President Donald J. Trump. Four months later as we watched the Republican Party obstruct the President’s agenda this past summer, what are the odds that the Republic Party establishment has learned a lesson? [Read More]