Friday, July 15, 2016

The Ininmitable Howie Carr: Will The Nice Attack Be Called Road Rage?

He told us Fort Hood was “workplace violence.” Orlando was “gun violence.” So is this going to be dismissed as simple road rage?

Who committed this latest atrocity? Let me guess – “a Nice man.” A nice Nice man. Who had recently grown a beard and become “more devout.”

Hey Obama, how’s that “junior varsity” team called ISIS doing?

Complete Carr Column

Bikers For Trump Might Get Support From Hells Angels In Cleveland

“We have bikers coming from as far as Arizona and California, Florida, New York,” he said.
Cox's group, which he said he funds by himself, began nearly a year ago. Since then it has held rallies for Trump around the country.
Besides Bikers for Trump, a local Craigslist posting indicates that the Hells Angels are planning a similar approach during convention week. It advertises private security for Trump supporters and says "it will stomp any aggressive protester with an equal amount of force and pepper spray."

Wednesday, July 13, 2016

A Sizable Majority Wants Hillary Indicted

Not sure how these numbers might change if Comey recommends indictment for perjury stemming from her testimony in front of Congress. Also, should the FBI director recommend indictment for public corruption associated with the Clinton Foundation, the needle might move a bit.

An ABC/WaPo Poll reveals that 56% of Americans support Hillary's indictment vs. 35% support amnesty for Madam Secretary.

It gets worse for Hills and Company. 6 out of 10 Independents want her indicted vs. 9 out of 10 Republicans and even 3 out of 10 Democrats.

Rasmussen released a poll last week with similar results.

Tuesday, July 12, 2016

Have Ryan's Numbers Really Tanked?

We go to the blogosphere to find out things the media will not discuss.I firmly believe the blogs are much more accurate than MSM but we can be manipulated in much the same way the dinosaur media are puppeteered.

To summarize, there was a leak stating that a poll revealed only 43% of GOP voters supported Paul Ryan in the primaries. Interesting, but dig deeper and it turns out the poll was conducted by Ryan's challenger, Paul Nehlen. Maybe we should wait for an impartial survey before we lick our chops. reported:

 A poll of likely Republican voters shows House Speaker Paul Ryan well below 50 percent in his race to maintain his seat in Wisconsin’s first Congressional district. The poll was conducted by P.M.I., with 424 respondents randomly called from a file of 11,000 likely GOP primary voters. It shows that with one month remaining before Wisconsin’s August 9th vote, Ryan is polling at 43 percent.

Ryan’s challenger, Wisconsin businessman Paul Nehlen, is polling at 32 percent.

Meanwhile, Venezuela Is Still Utopia