Electile Dysfunction

John Lujan’s election to Texas House proves Latinos will vote Republican

Tuesday night,  Republican John Lujan won a special election runoff to the Texas House of Representatives (District 118), in a political upset that may change the narrative on Latinos voting Republican. The special election was held because the current officeholder, Democrat Joe Farias, announced his resignation last year. Lujan defeated Democrat Tomas Uresti 52% to 48%, in a district (covering ... Read More »

Celebrity whack job Demi Lovato backs Hillary Clinton

Demi Lovato is backing Hillary Clinton’s campaign for President, adding yet another emotionally broken celebrity to the Clinton’s endorsement list. Amy Schumer and Lena Dunham lead the parade of feminist Hollywood whack-jobs that want to see a Clinton back in the White House, and it seems most of Hillary’s celebrity followers have some emotional issues. More often than the average ... Read More »

Obama’s State of the Union TV ratings were his worst ever

President Barack Obama’s final State of the Union speech earned a collective yawn from America, registering the lowest television ratings ever for the Presidential address. RedState reports that only 31.3 million watched the State of the Union last Tuesday, which set a new low for a viewing audience. The previous low was set by Obama last year, when only 31.7 ... Read More »

Could Donald Trump be an anchor baby?

During last week’s Fox Business Republican Debate, many missed what I felt was the “slam of the night,” in which Ted Cruz threw Donald Trump’s “birther” theories right back in his face, exposing a blatant hypocrisy. It also exposed the possibility that Trump, believe it or not, could be an anchor baby! In response to Trump bringing up the possibility ... Read More »

Bernie Sanders wants America to apologize for slavery

 Bernie Sanders, the grumpy old socialist, wants to be President so he can apologize for slavery. We’re assuming that means President Obama won’t be doing that during his final year in office. “As a nation — I don’t think as a president, but as a nation — we have got to apologize for slavery,” Sanders told Sirius XM radio host ... Read More »

Where are Obama’s tears for these issues?

By now, you’ve all seen President Obama’s weepy press conference in which he issued new executive orders for gun control. Kevin Jackson of The Black Sphere posted a great list of things that deserved Obama’s tears more than gun control. They include: The four Benghazi victims who died at the hands of an inept Secretary of State, and a foreign ... Read More »

Conservatives erupt after Trump, McCain, and Coulter go birther on Ted Cruz

The battle for the soul of Republican conservatism elevated in recent days as Ted Cruz came under attack from members of his own party over the issue of his Canadian birth, saying it disqualifies him to serve as President. As a result, a number of conservative leaders and commentators have sparked a backlash towards the “conservative” attackers, citing their instigation ... Read More »

Forget Benghazi: Hillary Clinton promises answers on UFOs and aliens

On issues like Benghazi, former secretary of state and Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton takes a “what difference does it make” stand. On UFOs and the existence of aliens, however, Hillary promises to “get to the bottom” of the issue. In yet another instance of shameless pandering on whatever issue is thrown at her, Clinton told a reporter for New ... Read More »

Admitted molester, Clinton supporter Lena Dunham blasts Bill Cosby over rape arrest

Actress and media darling Lena Dunham has waded into the cesspool surrounding Bill Cosby, criticizing him on Twitter for his recent arrest for sexual assault. While Cosby certainly deserves to be vilified for what he’s admitted to already, Dunham’s hypocrisy on the issue is difficult to overlook. First, let’s look at what Dunham said: While Dunham’s tweets about Cosby were ... Read More »