This poll ran on Twitter over a period of 24 hours. https://twitter.com/VladDavidiuk/status/803695011338604544 Only 16 votes were tallied, but the results were illuminating nonetheless. More than half of the respondents believe that Ambassador John Bolton would be the person best suited to become the next Secretary of State. With candidates ranging from Bolton to Mitt Romney, Bob … Continue reading Twitter Poll – 11/29/16 – Who is best suited to be the next Secretary of State?
I shared the attached image on Facebook the other day, following the conclusion of the election. I added "If the shoe fits..." to the post as a way of encouraging thoughtful reflection on the message being presented. A Facebook friend objected and responded to the post by pointing out that as a candidate, the President-elect … Continue reading We Hate You. Vote For Us.
This poll ran on Twitter over a period of 24 hours. https://twitter.com/VladDavidiuk/status/795756128844021760 Only 20 votes were tallied, but the results were illuminating nonetheless. While 95% of respondents indicated that they either voted early, by mail or will vote on election day, 5% declared they would not be voting at all. In 2016. The most consequential and … Continue reading Twitter Poll – 11/07/16 – Election 2016: What is your Voting Status?
This poll ran on Twitter over a period of 24 hours. https://twitter.com/VladDavidiuk/status/794192026870824960 Only 17 votes were tallied, but the results were illuminating nonetheless. 94% of respondents agreed that Texas Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick should call a Special Session of the State Legislature to address Education Reform. The questions for Texas Legislative Republicans become: How can we … Continue reading Twitter Poll – 11/03/16 – Should Texas Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick Call a Special Session for Education Reform?
America is in desperate need of principled, ethical, responsible leadership - qualities which are not to be found in either major party nominee this year. It is time to look beyond the traditional party boundaries for answers that address the concerns shared by the vast majority of Americans. We stand at a precipice. Hillary Clinton is the most … Continue reading Why I’m Voting for Evan McMullin
This poll ran on Twitter over a period of 24 hours. https://twitter.com/VladDavidiuk/status/790544491065114624 Only 34 votes were tallied, but the results were illuminating nonetheless. 11% of voters indicated that they will not vote in this year's election. Keep in mind that I've got numerous Twitter followers from both sides of the division within the Republican party, as … Continue reading Twitter Poll – 10/24/16 – Are You Voting in 2016?
This poll ran on Twitter for 24 hours. https://twitter.com/VladDavidiuk/status/789185786591662081 Only 7 votes were tallied, but the results were illuminating nonetheless. 71% of the respondents want Priebus to resign. Whether that resignation comes immediately, after the election, or six months ago, there is strong dissatisfaction with the GOP Chairman's performance. Keep in mind that I've got numerous … Continue reading Twitter Poll – 10/20/16 – Should Reince Priebus Stay as GOP Chair?
This poll ran on Twitter over a period of two days. https://twitter.com/VladDavidiuk/status/787475653301895169 Only 19 votes were tallied, but the results were illuminating nonetheless. More than half of the respondents believe that Donald Trump and his supporters within the GOP - the "Make America Great Again" (#MAGA) voters - should bear the blame and responsibility for … Continue reading Twitter Poll – 10/15/16 – Who to blame for Trump Loss?
Kim Ogg is the Democratic nominee challenging Republican incumbent Devon Anderson to become the Harris County District Attorney. Two years ago in 2014, she challenged Anderson and fell short in the election. This time, Ogg says she's running against Devon Anderson's record, and is offering herself to county residents as an alternative choice for the DA's Office. … Continue reading The American Chronicles – Ep. 021 – Kim Ogg for Harris County District Attorney
It went exactly like this: In which the grassroots Conservatives are played by Indiana Jones, The Trumpkins and misguided / confused / complicit voters are played by Walter Donovan, The spirit of the Republican Party is played by the aged Crusading Knight, And the various spokeswomen deployed by Trump are played by Elsa Schneider. Click … Continue reading The 2016 GOP Nomination Process – In Summary
With Donald Trump potentially torpedoing any chances of the GOP retaking the White House, and with a second Clinton Regime looming, many Republican grassroots activists and supporters - including some Conservatives - are giving the Libertarian Party a serious look. In an act of desperation to stop Trump and Clinton, is it possible that the Libertarian Party finally … Continue reading Can Conservatives Find a Home in the Libertarian Party?
What else is left? On numerous divisive issues, voters are either clearly aligned on one side (pro-life, pro-gun, pro-religious freedom), or have had the issues decided for them by the Supreme Court and Executive Order (Obamacare, marriage equality, immigration). These issues have been the points on which elections have pivoted. With the decision from SCOTUS on … Continue reading A State of Clarity
America faces a serious choice in 2016. The question is a simple one. Do we continue or expand upon the policies of Barack Obama, or do we make a decisive choice to step away from the abyss and back into the light of freedom and justice by renewing the promise of a new American century? … Continue reading A Winning Ticket for the GOP Presidential Nomination
Barack Obama and Donald Trump have done much to clarify the stakes in the 2016 presidential election. Obama through his stubborn, imposition of a failed, liberal, leftist agenda on an unwilling, resistant citizenry; Trump by raising and exploiting toxic issues that would have imploded any other campaign, attacking Hillary Clinton with impunity, and by forcing … Continue reading Thank You, Barack; Thank You, Donald
Never forget: Hillary Clinton cannot be trusted to tell the truth. Hillary Clinton is a liar. Hillary lied. Hillary's lying. Hillary will lie. Hillary's lies define her. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gN6sNp0b1WE
Donald Trump is the angry guy at the precinct meeting. The frustrated guy at the townhall. The angry guy at the bar. The frustrated guy at the backyard bbq. He's the guy railing about the stupidity of the government, the corruption, the incompetence, the flat out worthlessness of it all; but most of all, the … Continue reading Why Trump Resonates (and Will Fail)
At the top of the Democrat party, the leaders who stand poised to shepherd America further down the path of decay and decline stand proudly as fascists. They hide behind their claims to being "Liberals" and "Progressives", titles that have misleading connotations and meanings. The new fascists, a development long since derided as an historical impossibility … Continue reading The New Fascists
Ohio Governor John Kasich (R-OH) announced on July 21, 2015 that he was running for President. His Twitter account carried the announcement, issued following the conclusion of his speech at 11:19 am CST: https://twitter.com/JohnKasich/status/623527624137162753 His formal announcement was delivered the same day at Ohio State University in Columbus, OH. Taking the stage in front of supporters, he gave a speech in which he outlined … Continue reading John Kasich Announces He’s Running for President – Video and Text Links
Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker (R-WI) announced on July 13, 2015 that he was running for President. His Twitter account declared the early morning announcement, sent out at 5:29 am CST: https://twitter.com/ScottWalker/status/620540478308487168 His formal announcement was delivered later in the day in the same Waukesha Expo Center just outside of Milwaukee, WI where he celebrated his victory in 2012 over Democrats and labor union … Continue reading Scott Walker Announces He’s Running for President – Video and Text Links
New Jersey Governor Chris Christie (R-NJ) announced on June 30, 2015 that he was running for President. His announcement took place long before his Twitter account declared the announcement, sent out at 3:20 pm CST: https://twitter.com/ChrisChristie/status/615978219079114752 His formal announcement was delivered earlier in the day at Livingston High School, his alma mater, in Livingston, New Jersey, where he took the stage … Continue reading Chris Christie Announces He’s Running for President – Video and Text Links
The SCOTUS decision in King v Burwell is like this: On the eve of the Super Bowl, the most respected and experienced analysts declare that not only will the underdog team from the small-market city lose badly, but that their ability and skills are amateurish, their quarterback is ugly, their coach is a lunatic and … Continue reading Elections Have Consequences; Time for GOP to be Consequential
Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal (R-LA) announced on June 24, 2015 that he was running for President. His announcement came in the form of a tweet, sent out at 11:29 am CST: https://twitter.com/BobbyJindal/status/613745877639802881 His formal announcement was delivered later the same day at the Pontchartrain Center in the New Orleans suburb of Kenner, Louisiana, where he took the stage … Continue reading Bobby Jindal Announces He’s Running for President – Video and Text Links
Real estate mogul and TV reality star Donald Trump (R-FL) announced on June 16, 2015 that he was running for President. https://twitter.com/realDonaldTrump/status/610838591242137600 Trump made his announcement at the Trump Tower on Fifth Avenue in New York, and took the stage in front of supporters. Trump gave a speech in which he outlined his motivation for a run: "So, ladies … Continue reading Donald Trump Announces He’s Running for President – Video and Text Links
Former Florida Governor Jeb Bush (R-FL) announced on June 15, 2015 that he was running for President. https://twitter.com/JebBush/status/610539151205642240 The same day at Miami Dade College, a state college located in Miami, Florida, he took the stage in front of supporters. Bush gave a speech in which he outlined his motivation for a run: "We will lift our sights again, make opportunity … Continue reading Jeb Bush Announces He’s Running for President – Video and Text Links
Carly Fiorina's campaign released an ad on June 10, 2015 titled "Titles Are Not Accomplishments" discussing - in extensive detail - the significant accomplishments and achievements of the Democrat Party presidential candidate, former First Lady and Secretary of State Hillary Clinton. Enjoy. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lc3qtfUkOKs
Former Texas Governor Rick Perry (R-TX) announced on June 4, 2015 that he was running for President. His tweet, sent out at 11:33 am CST: https://twitter.com/GovernorPerry/status/606499144312553472 The same day in a hangar at the Addison Airport, just north of Dallas, Texas, he took the stage in front of a Lockheed C-130 Hercules (a four-engine turboprop military transport aircraft) similar to … Continue reading Rick Perry Announces He’s Running for President – Video and Text Links
Senator Lindsey Graham (R-SC) announced on June 1, 2015 that he was running for President. He posted a tweet, sent out at 9:26 am CST, to announce his candidacy. https://twitter.com/LindseyGrahamSC/status/605379917144924162 The announcement itself was delivered in a speech in his hometown of Central, South Carolina, in which he outlined his motivation for a run: “I am running for president … Continue reading Lindsey Graham Announces He’s Running for President – Video & Text Links
Former Governor George Pataki (R-NY) announced on May 28, 2015 that he was running for President. He posted a tweet, sent out at 9:55 am CST, to announce his candidacy. https://twitter.com/GovernorPataki/status/603937730821763072 The announcement itself was delivered in a video posted to his website in which he outlined his motivation for a run: “My vision was not a partisan … Continue reading George Pataki Announces He’s Running for President – Video & Text Links