Trump can win WI; Dem debate helps Trump; Dem gloomy message vs. Trump results; Never Trumper admits he was wrong; and Dems love our enemies

Here are this week’s highly interesting reads:

Today’s highly interesting read (01/17/20): How Trump can win Wisconsin

Today’s highly interesting read (01/16/20): What Impeachment? Dem Debate Sets Stage for Trump Reelection

Today’s highly interesting read (01/15/20): Democrats’ doom and gloom message can’t match Trump’s results

Today’s highly interesting read (01/14/20): ‘Never Trump’ Revisited

Today’s highly interesting read (01/13/20): Democrats Always Choose America’s Enemies Over America

Today’s highly interesting read (01/16/20): What Impeachment? Dem Debate Sets Stage for Trump Reelection

Today’s read is from Frank Miele, the retired editor of the Daily Inter Lake in Kalispell Montana who is a columnist for RealClearPolitics.

David Plouffe, who was the campaign manager for Barack Obama in 2008, argued that Democrats need someone who can perform well in specific tasks in battleground states.

“Let’s look at Wisconsin. You want someone who can maximize his support of suburban women outside of Madison and Dane County, and get the kid who comes from Missouri who has gone to the University of Wisconsin, to register and be active, and get the 19-year-old African American male in Wisconsin who has no interest in politics to register and vote, and bring back some of the Obama-Trump iron worker voters.”

Wow! No wonder Plouffe says Trump will be hard to beat!

Read the entire column here.

Today’s highly interesting read (01/15/20): Democrats’ doom and gloom message can’t match Trump’s results

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Today’s read is from RNC Chairwoman Ronna McDaniel:

One of the most memorable scenes from Meredith Willson’s “The Music Man” comes when traveling salesman Harold Hill tries to trick the people of River City into believing “they’ve got trouble” in their small Iowa town so he can launch a scheme to swindle them out of their money.

Now, with less than three weeks until the Iowa caucuses get underway, we are seeing a similar scene play out: Democrats are crisscrossing the Hawkeye State frantically trying to convince Iowans that they are in serious trouble under President Trump and the only salvation is succumbing to socialism.

Read the entire column here.

Today’s highly interesting read (01/14/20): ‘Never Trump’ Revisited

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From a social media ad in 2016.

David Harsanyi is a very, very good columnist. He also, unlike me, was a ‘Never-Trumper’, but now claims he was wrong, at least on some counts. Is that possible? Yep.

So while I don’t like Trump any better today than I did when writing those critical pieces, I do live in the world that exists, not the one I wish existed. And that world has changed. What I didn’t foresee when writing about Trump’s candidacy was the American Left’s extraordinary four-year descent into insanity.

Read his column in its entirety here.

Today’s highly interesting read (01/13/20): Democrats Always Choose America’s Enemies Over America

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Today’s read is from Kurt Schlichter, a name partner at a growing Los Angeles trial lawyer and a retired Army Infantry colonel with a masters in Strategic Studies from the United States Army War College.

Here’s a brief excerpt:

How about, just once, you stop sucking-up to the foreign bastards who are attacking our country and take America’s side?

Maybe you should not back and excuse the gay-hanging, women-stoning, airline-downing, Obama check-cashing, Israel-threatening, American-murdering cultists ruling Iran. Just a thought.

It’s kind of crazy, but it just might work.

There’s more. Read it all here.

 

Humorless liberals; hateful liberals; Congressional hearings; the new racism; and 2019’s best quotes

Here are this week’s highly interesting reads:

Today’s highly interesting read (01/10/20): Liberals, Where is Your Sense of Humor?

Today’s highly interesting read (01/09/20): The Democrats’ Hatred of President Trump and America Itself Is Appalling

Today’s highly interesting read (01/08/20): Congressional hearings are for grandstanding, not learning

Today’s highly interesting read (01/07/20): The New Racism

Today’s highly interesting read (01/06/20): The 15 Best Quotes of 2019

Today’s highly interesting read (01/04/20): I’d Be an Illegal Alien, Too

Today’s highly interesting read (01/10/20): Liberals, Where is Your Sense of Humor?

Today’s read is by Rich Manieri, a professor of journalism at Asbury University in Kentucky.

It opens:

Who doesn’t love a good joke? Apparently, many Democrats and CNN.

It’s all knee slaps and giggles until you make fun of the wrong people.

Most recently, CNN mounted its moral high-horse to scold the Babylon Bee, a conservative satirical website that needles – mostly but not exclusively – the political left.

Read the details in the entire column here.

Today’s highly interesting read (01/09/20): The Democrats’ Hatred of President Trump and America Itself Is Appalling

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Today’s read is by former Milwaukee County Sheriff David Clarke. Here’s a brief excerpt:

I never thought I would see the day when Americans would be so full of hate toward their own country that they would rally around the terror-supporting nation of Iran. Seriously. Iran is the same country that took over the U.S. Embassy holding 52 American citizens hostage for 444 days. Iran is where they cheered in the streets as nearly 3000 Americans died in the 9-11 attacks on American soil. Iran is where “death to America” is routinely shouted. It’s the place where advocating for wiping the state of Israel off the map is commonplace. Iran continually threatens its neighbors while developing nuclear weapons for offensive purposes.

Sure do miss the guy. Read his entire column here.

Today’s highly interesting read (01/08/20): Congressional hearings are for grandstanding, not learning

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Today’s read is by John Stossel. Here’s an excerpt:

Congressional hearings were created to educate lawmakers so they have knowledge before they pass bills or impeach a president.

Not today. Today, hardly any education happens.

I get that politicians are eager for “face time” in front of a larger audience, but I assumed they would at least try to learn things. Nope.

Stossel provides some rather interesting examples in his column.