It happened again, another university professor was exposed as an unhinged liberal, filled with uncontrollable rage. Randa Jarrar tweeted that Mrs. Bush was a "racist" and that she was glad the "the witch is dead." Throughout the country, in far too many colleges and universities, administrators have hired nutcases like Jarrar to teach impressionable youngsters.
In recent weeks, it has been looking bleak for Republicans as the Democrats have won a number of special elections. There have also been a large number of Republicans either resigning or declaring they will not be seeking re-election.
The Trump hating media has found a new obsession and her name is Stormy Daniels. Each woman who dared to make an accusation against Bill Clinton was called "trailer trash" and worse. In contrast, Daniels has been viewed as a very credible woman making serious allegations.
At one time, California was the envy of America, attracting people from around the nation to move to a state offering opportunity and the chance to pursue ambitious dreams. Now it is a disgrace.
The people of the United States are not being very well represented by their broadcast and cable news networks.
President Trump registered a strong 50 percent approval rating, his highest level of support since June of last year.
Mitt Romney has a burning desire to become President. Would you vote for him?
At least there is one politician in the United States Senate who is concerned about deficit spending.
It seems clear that Special Counsel Mueller is investigating the wrong administration.
The once healthy CNN is now infected with Trump Derangement Syndrome.
Sadly, too many Trump haters in the media, Hollywood and in politics have not yet accepted the fact that their candidate lost in the 2016 election and that Donald Trump is the 45th President of the United States.
The biggest loser is Steve Bannon, who has not only lost friends and influence, but he has also been exposed and it's not a pretty sight to see.
The difference is that the media loved Barack Obama, but hates Donald Trump. To be as popular as his beloved predecessor when so much of the media is arrayed against him is certainly one of the President's most impressive accomplishments of 2017.
It has been a good week for Donald Trump. He continues to lead in the national polls and has regained the lead in Iowa. The media continues to obsess about everything Trump; his statements, his campaign and his rallies. Crowds were massive for Trump this week in Iowa, Oklahoma and Nevada.
Not only are these stories not going away, but Bill and Hillary Clinton are finally begin asked about these scandals by the mainstream news media.
For the past ten years, we have enjoyed a holiday tradition on the Ringside Politics program, bestowing the "Turkey of the Year" award on the most deserving politician or celebrity.
Even though a new Quinnipiac University poll showed Dr. Ben Carson with a lead in Iowa, Donald Trump is still leading in every national poll on the GOP presidential race.
It has been an extraordinary two weeks of massive, positive change in the Republican Party.
These scandals, along with the continuing controversy about her role in the Benghazi cover-up and the questionable Clinton Foundation donations may be too overwhelming for Hillary to continue her campaign. If she does not exit the race, her party may push for alternatives that are not under federal investigation.
Hillary Clinton is in a freefall right now. Her poll numbers are dropping, her socialist rival is drawing larger crowds and a new book being released this week is reminding Americans about her phony marriage.
The GOP power brokers are beyond upset, they are apoplectic. Last month, their favored candidate, former Florida Governor Jeb Bush, announced for President, but he was immediately overshadowed by Donald Trump, who officially entered the race the next day.
In the three months since Hillary launched her campaign, her numbers have dropped dramatically.
This week, two major music stars made national news. Pop sensation Ariana Grande insulted the country when she was captured on video at a doughnut shop saying "I hate Americans, I hate America."
When Donald Trump announced for President, he made some strong statements about the immigration problems facing our nation.
The pace of change impacting the United States of America is accelerating at an alarming rate. This week the Supreme Court bolstered Obamacare by rewriting the law and sanctioning the subsidies that are the centerpiece of the program.