Before they shut down the government over the Dreamers, the Democrats may want to check out this cool, new thing all the kids are into: Math.

To win the White House, Oprah would have to win primaries in states like NH—one Granite State insiders predicts Oprah’s fate.

Tyler O’Neil from PJMedia on a potential Winfrey weakness.

And the NYTimes’ David Brooks notes the rising insanity of the anti-Trump GOP.

Oh, and what’s the real deal on those “temporary” Salvadoran refugees mean ol’ Trump is kicking out? Here’s the original story from the NYTimes.

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There are 4 comments.

  1. Coolidge

    Gee, can’t wait for the podcast where Michael extols the virtues of NWA. Please don’t waste our time with your thoughts about “music”.

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    • January 9, 2018 at 6:09 am
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    rdowhower (View Comment):
    Gee, can’t wait for the podcast where Michael extols the virtues of NWA. Please don’t waste our time with your thoughts about “music”.

    “Without a gun and a badge, whaddaya got?

    Just a sucka in a uniform waitin’ to get shot!”

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    • January 9, 2018 at 6:46 am
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    Ricochet Audio Network: To win the White House, Oprah would have to win primaries in states like NH—one Granite State insider predicts Oprah’s fate.

    That Granite State insider – Jennifer Horn – is obviously trying to trick Oprah into running so that Oprah can be exposed as illiterate on such issues as international trade, oppressive government regulation, and even immigration, so that Donald Trump can win middle America again on those issues. But she needs to work on her talking points a bit.

    • “To be honest with you, [the New Hampshire Democrat primary] is not terribly different from our [New Hampshire Republican] primary … there are a LOT of Bernie Sanders Democrats in our state, … and the Democrat Party here just renamed their fundraising dinner the Kennedy-Clinton dinner.”

    As you pointed out Michael, the New Hampshire Republican Party runs the gamut from free state libertarians to traditional Yacht Club Republicans. How is a broad spectrum from Bernie Sanders to Ted Kennedy “not terribly different” from Republicans?

    • “…our state represents a broad spectrum of political viewpoints, and Oprah is very personable …”

    Ah yes, the personable party is well supported in New Hampshire. Personable policies dominate the legislature.

    Please get Mark Steyn on the podcast to talk about New Hampshire primaries, he’ll walk us through how well Oprah might do canvassing the state the way New Hampshire primary voters have always demanded of their presidential candidates.

    I won’t argue with David Brooks that he’s getting dumber, but he was pretty darned dumb 15 years ago when he wrote a column talking about how he didn’t agree with everything in the Communist Manifesto, but some of the things made sense to him. Brilliant, David Brooks. Communism is like a Chinese menu? Take what you need and leave the rest? Sure. Such brainsitousness.

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    • January 9, 2018 at 7:17 am
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  4. Coolidge

    Hi Michael! You make a great point about El Salvador. I was not aware of the history!

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    • January 9, 2018 at 10:26 pm
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