Election 2016

December 28, 2015

In Defense of the “Establishment”

As we stand on the threshold of an election year, the campaign for the presidency is now moving forward in earnest–at least on the Republican side.
January 8, 2016

16 Predictions for 2016

  The Republican nominee for Vice-President will be Chris Christie. Muslim terrorists will kill several people in a city in Western Europe or the United States.
January 13, 2016

Four Fails That Led to Trump

Will Trump be our next president? One poll says that 20% of likely Democratic voters are willing to vote for him – meaning that if the final
January 15, 2016

Cruz, Trump dominate GOP debate

FRIDAY, JANUARY 15  This blog post about the GOP debate comes courtesy of The Loop–CatholicVote’s daily news round-up. If you want to receive daily emails like
January 22, 2016

“The Smell of Death”

In last week’s Republican debate, Donald Trump spoke movingly and sincerely about the grim aftermath of the attack on the World Trade Center. In a bristling
January 22, 2016

8 Abortion Questions That Hillary Needs To Be Asked

  Mrs. Clinton, just a few questions: A new Marist poll shows that 81% of Americans support some restrictions on abortion.  Do you disagree with 81%
January 25, 2016

Senator Ben Sasse Has 5 Questions That Donald Trump Needs to Answer Now

Just days before the Iowa caucuses, Sen. Ben Sasse of Nebraska has taken to Twitter to pose a number of important questions to Donald Trump.  When
January 27, 2016

Uncrowned King Trump Has No Clothes…But No One Will Admit It

I will not tell you how I’m going to vote in any election. I spent 18 years of my life making recorded votes on just about
February 3, 2016

It Was an Awkward Caucus for Catholic Millennials

Q: What’s it like to be a young Catholic millennial voter at the Iowa Caucus? A: Lonely and uneasy. And that’s a problem. A group of