Monday, February 8th, 2016

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Pollsters, welcome to New Hampshire

Here are the latest poll averages from RealClear Politics: Here’s the bad news for Marco Rubio from the FiveThirtyEight blog: According to our polls-only forecast, Rubio has a 42 percent chance of finishing in at least second (Donald Trump has a 77 percent chance of finishing first). That leaves a 58 percent chance of Rubio finishing third or worse. In fact, both our polls-only and polls-plus... [Read more]


Hitching a ride to higher taxes

The state Assembly is considering a bill this week to allow counties to raise the sales tax to pay for road improvements. Over at the MacIver Institute, I explain why this is a really bad idea. It blows past the wrong way sign on the road to higher taxes. In theory, the money would have to be spent on road projects. However, the bill requires municipalities, “must expend for the purposes of maintaining,... [Read more]


NARAL is upset that you saw a baby at the Super Bowl

NARAL, the organization afraid to say their own name (National Abortion Rights Action League), is upset with Doritos because you saw a baby on an ultrasound. No, really. #NotBuyingIt – that @Doritos ad using #antichoice tactic of humanizing fetuses & sexist tropes of dads as clueless & moms as uptight. #SB50 — NARAL (@NARAL) February 8, 2016 Meanwhile, Planned parenthood was probably... [Read more]


The sun is shining, a politician is at my door

I am not going to make an endorsement in the county supervisor race between the incumbent Kathleen Cummings and her opponent Mike Payne. I will, however, point out that on this bright sunny day that so far only one candidate has knocked on my door, and that’s Cummings. She and I talked briefly about her campaign, some of her accomplishments and things that she’s worked on, and also just... [Read more]


The Holocaust as “white on white” violence

If you want a good idea of just how bad political correctness has gotten at our major universities, David Bernstein in the Washington Post has a Facebook post from a Jewish student at Oberlin who, despite being quite PC herself, has discovered the hard way that there is no room on the “progressive” left for Israel-supporting Jews. But i think being out of that environment has given me... [Read more]


Trump, Rubio, Roth, Sykes and me

I spent part of my morning today over at the WTMJ-AM studios as a guest on the Week in Review on Charlie Sykes’ program today. Collin Roth of RightWisconsin was kind enough to snap a few photos: I forgot to ask if they had extra Skyline Chili. We discussed the issue of repealing the minimum markup law where I just laid it out there that the reason there are no public hearings on the issue... [Read more]


James Wigderson does radio

Barring the unforeseen, I will be on Charlie Sykes’ program on WTMJ-AM on Friday for the Week in Review segment after 11:00 AM. I’m sure we’ll be discussing the Iowa Caucus results, Trump’s meltdown, and a few other fun items. Either tune in or listen to the podcast after it’s posted.   Print this entry Read More →


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