Friday, March 4, 2016


Saturday, March 5th from 11am to 1pm EST, Right Side Patriots Craig Andresen and Diane Sori discuss Mitt Romney's recent remarks about Donald Trump, Trump's blind following 'Trumpers', and Thursday's debate circus.

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When losing to the star of a reality TV show, is it really so crazy to resort to reality-show tactics to defeat him?

I'm not referring to Marco Rubio's decision to fight fire with fire with Donald Trump and return insult for insult. I, for one, thought it was wholly appropriate for Rubio to give the schoolyard bully a taste of his own medicine. The evidence shows that Rubio's attacks, while tardy, paid off. Voters not already enraptured with Trump are open to persuasion, and late deciders broke disproportionately for Rubio on Super Tuesday in most races.

Indeed, once again, most voters voted against Trump, not for him, and that's where reality-show tactics come in.

Not counting "Top Chef" and "Naked and Afraid," I'm not a big fan of reality shows, but I've watched my share of "Survivor," "The Bachelor" and even Trump's own personal propaganda series, "The Apprentice." It seems to me that in many of these shows, the game is played the same way: Groups form alliances. Sometimes these alliances are formal, often they are tacit and voluntary -- but they are all temporary.

At the end of the season, the winner is the guy or gal who was in the right alliance until the alliance no longer served his or her needs. Fans may be happy or disappointed based on who emerges, but it's silly to say that Tiffany stole the Bachelor from Rhonda. That's simply how the game is played.
National Harbor, MDTownhall Media is hosting a debate watch party tonight at the annual Conservative Political Action Conference, where Sens. Ted Cruz (R-TX) and Marco Rubio (R-FL) are throwing punches at Donald Trump, hitting him over his past business failings, especially Trump University. In a tense exchange with Rubio, Guy mentioned to the audience in the Potomac Ballroom that the billionaire was baited into admitting that he gave refunds to those who attended his now-defunct institution–with the Florida senator noting that one of its instructors was a manager at a Buffalo Wild Wings. Not exactly hiring the best, which is a go-to point the billionaire magnate makes on the campaign trail (via NYT):
The now-defunct Trump University, the subject of one of Marco Rubio’s attacks on Donald J. Trump at the Republican presidential debate on Thursday night, was not a real university at all but a series of seminars held in hotels across the country that promised to share Mr. Trump’s real estate investing acumen with students. It is still embroiled in lawsuits accusing it of misrepresentation. […]
As many as 7,000 people across the country bought the sales pitch, spending an estimated $40 million. Both the State of New York and many of the students are now suing Mr. Trump for misrepresentation. Three cases are pending: one in New York brought by the attorney general and two in California, certified as class actions.

Time Magazine blames America’s crumbling infrastructure on “Islamophobia”
By Robert Spencer/ Jihad Watch


Time Magazine blames America’s crumbling infrastructure on “Islamophobia”
It’s always fun to see Haroon Moghul, or “Dwayne,” as he styles himself for fear of “Islamophobia” at Starbucks, taking up the cudgels again, as his increasingly risible “Islamophobia” victimhood posturing has made him the clown prince of the “Islamophobia” propaganda industry: Dwayne is far funnier than, say, Dean Obeidallah, who actually calls himself a […]
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NATO Commander: ISIS ‘Spreading Like Cancer’ Among Refugees

Pamela Geller / Atlas Shrugs

I am sure it is spreading; it is Islam, after all. But ISIS arrived with the refugees, as they promised they would do.
Top US Commander in Europe: Terrorists, Returning Fighters Now a ‘Daily’ Part of Refugee Flow
The top U.S. military commander in Europe told lawmakers Tuesday that the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS/ISIL) is infiltrating the ranks of refugees entering Europe, and that terrorists, returning foreign fighters and criminals are now part of the “daily” flow. (CNS)
Asked by Sen. Kelly Ayotte (R-N.H.) whether ISIS will continue to try to infiltrate refugee flows, U.S. Air Force Gen. Philip Breedlove told the Senate Armed Services Committee, “I think that they are doing that today.”
” Nato commander: Isis...