Posts tagged: Beto O’Rourke

Beto Isn’t Normal, and Something’s Wrong with Biden

Written by Peter Heck

As we close in on a month out from the first Democrat presidential debate, and as the number of declared candidates approaches an absurd 25, there’s trouble brewing in the top tier.

I’ve said from the beginning that despite his robust poll numbers I don’t see any way how former Vice President Joe Biden earns his party’s nomination.  He isn’t woke enough, he doesn’t check the right intersectionality boxes, and he’s notoriously creepy around professional women.… Continue Reading

Democrats Lurch Ever Leftward

Written by Robert Knight

Adults in the Democratic Party, who seem like flustered parents at an out-of-control toddler birthday bash, have been warning about the public’s perception of them.

U.S. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) has reason to worry. The 22 declared candidates for the presidential nomination lean far to the Left.  Which means they represent the center of their now-far-Left party.

The mini-wave for “moderate” Joe Biden reflects a desperate pullback from the zany public image fostered by wild-haired Vermont socialist U.S.… Continue Reading

Democrats: The Party of Cheaters

Written by Wayne Allyn Root

Last week, the college cheating scandal was the biggest news story in America. Arrogant wealthy parents cheated and bribed to get their children into elite colleges.

Democrat politicians acted outraged. But why would anyone in the Democratic Party be shocked by cheating? It’s in their DNA. Look at their presidential candidates.

Elizabeth Warren cheated for decades to game the higher education system. She was Harvard’s pet “Native American” professor — all based on a big fat lie.… Continue Reading

Beto O’Rourke, Climate Change, and the End of the World

Written by Dr. Michael L. Brown

I’m going out on a limb. I’m about to make a bold prediction. Contrary to the prognostications of Beto O’Rourke, the world will not end in 12 years. At least not by climate change. There. I said it.

Now, it’s possible that the Lord will choose to return in 12 years. But that’s another story.

In the age of climate change hysteria, the end-of-the-world clock is already ticking.… Continue Reading

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