Monthly Archives: May 2016

Trump is Stalin, Hillary is Hitler & #NeverTrump are in Deep Denial

“If Hitler invaded hell I would make at least a favourable reference to the devil in the House of Commons.”   Winston Churchill

Churchill had an intense hatred of communists.  But he realized that Hitler presented the greater immediate threat to the United Kingdom, and so was willing to ally temporarily with Stalin in order to defeat the greater threat.

Trump was not my first choice, second choice, third choice, fourth choice or fifth choice, etcetera, etcetera, etcetera.  I disagree with him on trade, on foreign policy, on illegal immigration, on entitlements among other things  But what Churchill said applies with equal force here. Continue reading Trump is Stalin, Hillary is Hitler & #NeverTrump are in Deep Denial

The Most Effective Argument That Trump Can Make Against #NeverTrump

It’s either me or Hillary is not a very effective argument for Donald Trump to use against #NeverTrump.  They already know that, yet they believe that Hillary Clinton is the lesser of two evils because Clinton would leave conservatism to fight another today as opposed to co-opted.

Without getting into the argument whether conservatism is better or worse in the long run with a Clinton presidency versus a Trump presidency, let’s agree that Trump has to give #NeverTrump a better reason to hold their noses and vote for him than otherwise you get Hillary

What Trump should do is say that his first act as President will be to nominate Ted Cruz to the Scalia seat. Continue reading The Most Effective Argument That Trump Can Make Against #NeverTrump

Enough With the Revisionist History of Obamacare Medicaid Expansion

Recently, Bryan Gould, writing in #DyingPaper, a.k.a. the Union Leader, argued that conservatives “owe Sen. Forrester their serious consideration in the governor’s race” because she “voted against reauthorizing expanded Medicaid.”

The problem with Gould’s argument is that the vote that really mattered was the vote to authorize expanded Medicaid two years ago.  Indeed, in Gould’s own words: Continue reading Enough With the Revisionist History of Obamacare Medicaid Expansion