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    Today, 10:52 AM
    Trump forced them to cover him. Difference between Trump and Paul is that Trump is a master of media manipulation. Paul is "just" a statesman. Trump as lived in the bell of the beast all his life. He knows their tricks. He understands their ways. And he knows how to use their own tactics against them.
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    Today, 10:48 AM
    If Trump wins, and we send Trevor Noah back, I don't think anybody is going to be happier than Comedy Central who will be able to finally rid themselves of him and his failing ratings without losing face.
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    07-26-2016, 04:03 PM
    Not to mention wasn't most of the "viral" success of the band due to left wing sites mocking them? If they were promised a table at an event and didn't get it then maybe the Trump campaign should toss them a few bones to make them whole for that to make them whole, but as that alleged verbal agreement was made with a staffer that his since been fired you can't really blame the current Trump campaign staff for being reluctant to act.
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    07-26-2016, 10:20 AM
    First time a candidate from either party that has gotten a convention "bounce" in sixteen years. In truth, it probably wasn't so much the convention as the news out of Europe, and as we saw today with the storming of a church and beheading of a priest in France, that isn't going away and is going to give Trump boosts all through till November.
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    07-26-2016, 10:14 AM
    What the neocons don't understand is that it isn't even a hit piece. Consider: Poll: Americans Like Vladimir Putin More Than Clinton, Trump http://dailycaller.com/2016/05/25/poll-americans-like-vladimir-putin-more-than-clinton-trump/
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    07-25-2016, 02:19 PM
    There are definitely worse immigrant groups, but if you are crafting an immigration reform bill, the real question is not if there is something, but rather if there is something better or indeed if we need much more immigration at all. In my view, importing mass amounts of peasant mestizos is a stupid idea regardless of their criminal tendencies.
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    07-25-2016, 02:12 PM
    I wonder what is going to happen to National Review when Trump wins. I imagine they have to be hemorrhaging subscribers at an alarming rate. They recently had to disable comments to protect their writers from the wrath of their own readers. Unless they have some sugar daddy willing to subsidize them to exist as a necon charity project, I see them folding within the year.
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    07-24-2016, 09:46 AM
    Trump is the best candidate the GOP has picked in quite some time. Johnson is the second worst candidate in Libertarian Party history. I'd also note that for the past three election cycles the GOP has fielded competitive candidates in their own primary who were more libertarian than the eventual "Libertarian" Party nominee. GOP is trending in a positive direction. LP is not.
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    07-24-2016, 09:43 AM
    Nevada and Florida are tailor made for Trump from a demographic standpoint. He will win Florida with ease and should win Nevada by a few points as well. Arizona isn't the perfect fit for Trump the way Florida and Nevada are and has far more well to do voters who might be "put off" by Trump's blunt way of speaking, but they'll still vote for him in the end.
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    07-24-2016, 09:34 AM
    1. Trump is going to be competitive in far more blue states than the average Republican, states like California and Vermont will probably remain out of realistic contention. 2. Even so, if I were in California or Vermont the last thing I would do is vote for Johnson. The LP needs to be punished for their embarrassing string of "Republican Lite" candidates, not rewarded. If you live in an uncompetitive state and want to send a message, by all means do so. But the message you should be sending is the to LP itself and the best way to do that is vote Darrel Castle. Do that, and maybe in 2020 the most libertarian candidate in the Presidential race will finally be running on the LP ticket for a change. 3. Glad to see Gary Johnson is back to wearing clothes for his campaign ads. Unless it is Marion Le Pen or perhaps Tulsi Gabbard, I don't need to see my politicians doing suggestive nudes.
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    07-23-2016, 08:32 AM
    I preferred the version of Jack Hunter before he sold his soul to become a globalist cuck. Having "men" like him in the liberty movement is a cancer. Listening to guys like Hunter is how Rand took the base that his father built and shrunk it in to one of the most disappointing and embarrassing showings in the history of Presidential primaries.
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    07-20-2016, 10:36 AM
    As far as I can remember, the only "Native American" Trump has mocked is Pocahontas. The author is arguing that a rich white woman who play acts as an Indian is not just a legitimate Indian, but in fact represents the entire Native American race. And she thinks Trump is the racist. :(
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    07-16-2016, 11:50 PM
    Except not being a cuck, and having a brain, Trump understands that selecting a woman would do nothing to increase his appeal to women voters. We aren't dealing with the typical stupid Republican here. Trump understands people and human nature. Pence is calm and steady and looks like Race Bannon. He's infinitely more comforting to female voters than some woman would be.
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    07-16-2016, 10:41 AM
    "Mixing things up" is the last thing Trump wants. He and his team feel they have this thing in the bag. All they have to do is ground and pound Hillary on Immigration, Trade, and Terror and they walk away with the election. They don't want somebody who is going to make a huge splash and allow Crooked Hillary and the Media something else to talk about.
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    07-16-2016, 01:31 AM
    First, what prominent "outsider" was available? Sessions and Buchanan are the only two guys in the GOP that match Trump's ideology and Buchanan is too old and Trump needs Sessions in the Senate. Second, with Trump now starting to pull away from Hillary in the polls, his strategy from here on out will be to play it safe. The safest strategy when it comes to VP selection is to pick the most boring guy available. It doesn't get any more boring then Pence. Trump's VP selection has generated barely any media attention (just as Trump wanted) and Trump can now put Pence away in his drawer and not even think about him again till the first funeral Trump doesn't want to attend comes up.
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    07-15-2016, 02:24 AM
    Hillary will get people like Sontamayor passed through Congress. Trump will get people like Alito. In terms of a making government substantially smaller, no, there isn't much difference. But in terms of the awfulness of the big government we already have and much worse it can get, the difference is huge. Again, if Hillary wins, the 2nd Amendment is history. That is huge deal. This disarmament of a large portion of the U.S. Population is going to have major ramifications moving forward in our attempts to free ourselves. The gutting of the 1st Amendment is going to be huge as well. Government engages in censorship because it works. The ability to shut down anti-government websites and jail anyone who expresses anti-government speech will be a major advantage for the statists. Also consider the recent 4-4 decision blocking Obama's amnesty scheme. If Hillary wins, that vote turns to 6-3 in her favor and she will legally be allowed to import tens, and even hundreds of millions of new voters even if Congress expressly forbids it.
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    07-14-2016, 02:07 PM
    Exciting VP picks are for people who are desperate (like McCain in 08). Bush went boring with Cheney. Obama went even more boring with Biden. Pence is probably the most boring of all. Boring may be boring, but boring wins. If it is second and goal from the one yard line in the Superbowl and you have Marshawn Lynch in the backfield, you run the ball three times. Passing would be more exciting, but increases the chances of something unexpected taking place. This is a boring, uninspired pick that will excite no one. But it also gives Hillary no avenue for attack. Trump is ground and pounding his way to the White House.
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    07-14-2016, 01:54 PM
    I mean he is boring. Few Americans know him, and the media will have no interest covering him. Trump realizes that he has an advantage over Hillary in nearly every facet of the race. Voters like his policies better, they like him better, and all he has to do to win this thing is not screw up by doing or saying something crazy over the next few months. Conversely, Hillary's only hope is that Trump and his team DO commit some blunder and she is able to successfully demagogue it. Christie or Newt are high profile guys with huge egos that might well give Hillary that crazy or controversial sound bite she's looking for. Flynn is a straight shooter with no political experience and you could easily see him making a huge mistake too. Pence is boring, experienced politician unlikely to say anything off script. And he's so uninteresting to the public and press that in the odd event he did say something interesting, there's a good chance nobody would be around to cover it anyway. It is the 4th Quarter, Trump has the lead, and now he's just trying to run out the clock. Pence is the perfect pick for that. Objectionable to no one, boring, disciplined, and sure to be forgotten by next week and play little to no role in the campaign.
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    07-14-2016, 11:20 AM
    Sounds like Dubai is a perfect example of the way immigration can completely gut the wage rate for construction jobs. A case study for exactly the type of immigration policy Hillary favors and Trump opposes. Trump should use this as a campaign commercial.
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    07-14-2016, 11:08 AM
    This pick confirms that Trump buys in to Scott Adams theory that all he had to do is avoid any mistakes and he will cruise to a landslide victory. Pence is a boring non-entity that the public doesn't know and the media has little interest in. The entire "VP selection" news cycle will be over in a day. By picking him Trump is signaling that he doesn't want the VP to be a story in the campaign at all. Pence is as close as you can get to not making a VP selection while still technically fulfilling the requirement of naming a human being to the post.
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    07-14-2016, 08:37 AM
    The Supreme Court is what makes this the most important election in most of our lifetimes. The Court has been 5-4 mildly "Conservative" for so long that people forget what an activist Liberal Court looks like. If Hillary gets elected, the Court will become 6-3 Liberal. That will have HUGE political ramifications. First and most obviously, the Second Amendment would be history. Anybody that lives in a Democratic state will see their guns confiscated or be labeled a felon. The First Amendment will mostly be done away with as well. Federal Laws criminalizing any speech the government deems "offensive" will shut down sites like this or force them to move hosting to Russia (if Putin allows it). Hiring on merit will largely be criminalized and racial quotas will be ramped up to unimaginable levels. In short, the time for political action will be over. For those of us on the Liberty side of the equation, it will be either violent insurrection or slavery.
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    07-14-2016, 01:41 AM
    Given his performance in 2016, I think it is safe to say Rand is never going to run for President again. He just doesn't have the skill set for it. What he could be however, is a highly influential Senator and that's why skipping the convention is such a bad idea. Rand doesn't need to be a "moderating" influence on Trump- he needs to take Trump's pro-liberty positions on war and trade and radicalize them even further! The GOP Convention would be the perfect venue for Rand to restore the good will he lost during the campaign by giving a blistering speech denouncing Hillary's foreign policy and exposing the TPP for the Big Government sham that it is.
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    07-13-2016, 02:22 PM
    Castle is pretty good. If I were to rate the candidates in terms of "Libertariansim" it would be: 1. Castle (then a huge gap down to) 2. Trump 3. Johnson (then another huge gap)
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    07-13-2016, 02:10 PM
    Latest polls have Trump winning in FL, IA, PA, and OH. Polls only, he is crushing her at this point. Adams has been correct about Trump since the onset of the GOP Primary.
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    07-13-2016, 01:12 PM
    What helps Trump with minorities is not this or that surrogate that only white people, not minorities, care about but rather Trump himself. Trump is an O.G. Minorities respect his style and what he represents.
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    07-13-2016, 11:38 AM
    He isn't just "saying" Israel. He's using Israel in a way that completely disarms his opponents and persuades the general public that his particular policy views are correct. Trump is a master persuader.
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    07-13-2016, 11:07 AM
    Again, your political naivete is astounding. It is no wonder you were caught off guard by Rand's miserable showing in the primary. Hillary Clinton is not a Jew. But the vast majority of her funding, and the vast majority of intellectuals pushing the open border/mass migration ideology on to the West are. Trump gambit puts them in an impossible position (which why the taboo against mentioning this was always so strong). Either they denounce Israel (which they will never do) or they have to explain why everything they call for the United States to adopt they vigorously oppose when it comes to the Jewish State. As each of these possibilities is equally unpalatable, their real world response will be nothing. There is no effective counter to Trump's "If its good for Israel, why not us?" gambit. Hillary and her supporters have to just sit there and take it.
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    07-13-2016, 10:42 AM
    There is no deep meaning. It is pretty simple. Calling out leftist Jews for supporting the foisting on America of all the very same policies that they bitterly oppose applying to Israel is pretty much the most taboo thing a politician can do. And Trump did it.
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    07-13-2016, 10:38 AM
    Again, latest polls (from polling outfits that have tended to understate Trump support in the past) have Trump up in Florida, Ohio, Pennsylvania, and Iowa. That translates to a worst case scenario Trump victory of 279-259. My guess is Trump wins Nevada, Virginia, New Hampshire, and Colorado too by the time he gets done with Hillary and the final tally is actually Trump 311-227.
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