Saturday, October 29, 2016


So it seems the FBI has reopened the Hillary email scandal/case.  Apparently,  the FBI found thousands of more government emails on the laptop of Anthony Weiner, the sexting nerd and former Democrat Congressman who likes to expose himself online.

The FBI was looking into Weiner's emails to find evidence that he was getting on-line randy with a 15 year old girl.  That's when they found the Hillary emails.  It seems Hillary's Muslin assistant, Weiner's wife, had been forwarding government emails from the government server to her own Yahoo email account.  What incredible cyber security!

So now, with the election only ten days away, Hillary has egg on her face.  Once more Hillary is undergoing FBI scrutiny to determine if she broke federal laws, with the possibility that she will be indicted and sent to prison.  Ouch, that's gotta hurt her election chances somewhat.

After Hillary's October surprise against Trump, instigating women of dubious veracity to step forward and claim that Trump groped them, this is satisfying payback.

BWA-HA-HA-HA!  Enjoy the stomach acid, Hillary.  Karma is so cool.

Monday, October 24, 2016

2016 Presidential Election: What's Really Going On?

Rush Limbaugh todays said he didn't really know what's going on with this election.  There are conflicting phenomena that lead to two different conclusions:  Hillary's victory, or Donald's?

Consider the following:
1. There are the polls, some of which show Trump ahead, others that show Hillary ahead.  The RCP poll average puts Hillary ahead by 5 points or more; however, the average is skewed by the ABC poll, which shows Hillary ahead by 10 points, a preposterous number.  Oversampled Democrats, perhaps?

2. Trump's political rallies show large crowds of enthusiastic supporters, where Hillary's show small crowds.  Adrienne at Adrienne's Corner said 50,000 people logged on to see Trump's Gettysburg speech, whereas only 900 logged on to see a same-day rally for Hillary.

3.  Texas is said to be "in play," with Trump leading by only a small amount. This is very hard to believe, since Texans generally hate everything Hillary stands for:  abortion, high taxes, unlimited immigration, etc.  Rigged polls, perhaps?

4.  Wikeleaks continues to reveal dirty tricks and illegalities by the Democrat National Committee on behalf of Hillary.  One of their revelations was a DNC document that recommended using false polls to overstate Hillary's "lead," thereby discouraging and depressing the Trump vote.  The same document also advocated acting as if the election were already won for Hillary, to accomplish the same goal.  [Source:  Gateway Pundit]

5.  Never-Trump RINOs like Jonah Goldberg and his ilk continue to propagandize for Hillary by opining that Trump has no chance of winning, and by highlighting every item of bad news for Trump, all while insulting and denigrating Trump personally as well.  With traitors like these, who needs Democrats?

Conclusions:  Anything can happen.  Dirty tricks and voter fraud will help Hillary's efforts, but the more reliable polls are close, with Donald ahead in 8 of the RCP polls, and Hillary ahead in only 6 of them.  Trump supporters are far more motivated, and many of Hillary's supporters may stay home on election day.  Trump can win.  Don't give up, get discouraged, or believe the Hillary hype.  Go to the polls on November 8 and vote for Donald Trump!

Saturday, October 22, 2016


Donald Trump explains his plans for his first 100 days in office. If you missed the live presentation today, you owe it to yourself to hear his amazing speech.


Hillary's Biggest Goal (#Photoshop)

Trump Could Win!

It's hard to know what to believe these days.  For many weeks the various polls at have indicated a smashing Clinton victory.  Lately, however, the polls seem to be turning around.  Today there are eight polls at that show Trump ahead, and six showing Clinton ahead.

I'm beginning to believe that Trump could actually win, in spite of the massive media bias against him.

Wednesday, October 19, 2016

Third Debate - 2016: Probably a Draw

The third presidential debate for 2016 just ended.  I watched the whole thing.  Here are my impressions:

1.  Chris Wallace was a substantially better moderator than the previous moderators in the first two debates.  He asked questions of Hillary that the prior moderators stayed away from, e.g., her using the Clinton Foundation for "pay for play" corruption.  Hillary slithered away from answering.

2.  Hillary was much better on specifics in some cases.  Her ability to quote names and places made her look informed and prepared, especially to people who don't have a clue.  Some of what she quoted was undoubtedly lies.  Hillary was the better speaker, and her responses were crisp and well enunciated.  Donald was far less scripted and more spontaneous, but also less polished.

3.  Both candidates were vague and nonspecific on economics questions, merely making unprovable claims of the wonders they will manifest when president.  Hillary's claims, however, were less credible, in my opinion.  She stressed government action to improve the economy, where Donald stressed using the private sector and growing the economic pie through lower taxes and less regulation.

4.  Trump was effective in bringing up Clinton campaign malfeasance in attempting to stoke violence at Trump rallies.  He also did a good job of answering the bimbo claims that he groped them.  He denied it, and said the claims have been debunked.

5.  Both candidates fell back on prior claims made in the two previous debates.

6.  It is doubtful that the debate changed many minds.

I noticed that most of the online comments by viewers were highly negative for Hillary, but that may be because I was watching the debate via the Fox News website.

Conclusions: the debate was a draw.  On to November 8!  Vote Trump.

Tuesday, October 18, 2016

Massive Corruption by Democrats Makes 2016 Election the Dirtiest Ever

In the last two or three days, a lot of information has come to light on the extreme corruption of the Democratic National Committee and the Hillary Clinton campaign.  Here are a few tidbits for your consideration.

1.  The Obama State Department encouraged the FBI to declassify some of the classified emails on Clinton's private email server.  There was an attempt to bribe the FBI to change the classification of a Benghazi document to help Clinton lie about it, and falsely exonerate Hillary of illegal email use.

2.  James O'Keefe's Project Veritas surreptitiously recorded Democrat officials admitting that the DNC sought to disrupt Trump rallies through the use of violence.  Homeless people were cleaned up, bussed to the events, and encouraged to start fights and set fires.  The DNC also organized and planned the blocking of  traffic in Arizona to prevent people from attending a Trump rally there.  Two Trump rallies, one in Chicago and another in Minneapolis, were cancelled due to the threats of Democrat violence.  Trump rally attendees in San Jose, California were beaten up or egged.  Recently, in Maine, cars of Trump rally attendees were vandalized with spray paint.

3.  Massive voter fraud is in the works.  Thousands of ballots for Hillary were found in a warehouse in Ohio, and voter fraud investigations are underway in Texas, Indiana and elsewhere.

4.  The Democrat media refuses to cover damaging disclosures revealed by WikiLeaks, and John Kerry got Julian Assange's internet access turned off so WikiLeaks could not reveal any more emails or documents that are embarrassing to the DNC.

The intensity of Democrat malfeasance has never been this high.  If Hillary is so far ahead and expected to be the sure winner, why is such criminality necessary?  Perhaps the race is closer than that we have been told.

Sunday, October 16, 2016

Republican Headquarters Fire-Bombed in North Carolina

The expression "Politics is war by other means" is apparently literally true now.  Democrats fire-bombed a Republican Headquarters in North Carolina today.  In another, separate incident, Democrats vandalized 20 cars outside of a Trump rally in Maine,  The cars were spray-painted.

Democrats are thugs.  Well actually, only about 97% of Democrats are thugs, yet they make a bad name for the whole party.

Saturday, October 15, 2016

My Election Intuition Was Right in 2008, But What About Today in 2016?

Eight years ago, on October 3, 2008, I had a sudden flash of insight about the looming election of McCain vs. Obama.  That flash of insight caused me to believe that the election was lost to the GOP, that Barack Obama would win.  I wrote:
My intuition is often very accurate. This morning when I woke up, I had a strong feeling of certitude that we Republicans are going to lose this election and that Barack Obama will be the next president of the United States. It wasn’t a panicky feeling or a worried feeling or a feeling of fear, it was a calm realization, an inner knowing. It told me in a quiet but clear voice that the election is lost. The inner voice presented it to me as a done deal.
I further explained:
The reason is simple. Americans just get tired of the same brand, the same color, the same style and want to make a change. It’s a gamble that they are willing to take, that some way, somehow, someone new may have the answers to the country’s ills just as he promises. They just want a change, and not for any deep political or philosophical reasons, but as a simple reaction to boredom. That's the main reason Hillary lost to Obama. The public is tired of hearing about the Clintons. It's an old book that they've read before.before.
What does my amazing intuition tell me today?  It says..."DUH!  Beats the hell outta me."

However, I do see some hope from that second paragraph above, where I said "the public is tired of hearing about the Clintons.  It's an old book that they've read before."

Let's hope they still feel that way.

Thursday, October 13, 2016

Democrat Media Launches Final Assault; Disseminating Bogus Bimbo Tales of Trump

Although it is very dirty pool, the Democrat major media always uses the same rotten trick to disparage Republican candidates.  They come up with various women who state that they were groped by the Republican candidate.  They did it to Arnold Schwarzenegger, when he ran for governor of California; they did it to Herman Cain when he was a candidate for president.  Today it is Donald Trump's turn.  Today the New York Times has revealed the claims of at least two women that Trump either came on to them, or groped them -- one of the claims is from 30 years ago.

Trump is denying the claims of these Democrat women and threatening to sue them and the New York Times for slander.

I am neither shocked nor outraged by the NY Slimes bimbo tales, because the tactic is so overused and predictable.  Don't buy it.

Rush today is claiming that a lot of the polls are false and designed to discourage and depress the Republican vote.  Don't let those polls discourage you either.  Rasmussen today shows Trump up over Hillary by 43% to 41%.  Trump has a good chance for winning this, and that is why the NY Slimes has now resorted to desperation moves.

Monday, October 10, 2016

Mike Pence Denies Any Plans to Leave the Trump Ticket; Expresses Support for Trump

On Fox & Friends, Gov. Mike Pence shot down reports that he was considering leaving the Republican presidential ticket and said Donald J. Trump "stepped up and won a debate last night that seemed to be against all odds."

There are a lot of lies coming out of Democrat websites.  One of these was that Mike Pence, the Republican VP candidate, was so outraged over the sex talk tape, that he was planning to leave the Trump ticket.   The story is false.

Another lie is that the Republican higher-ups are meeting secretly to replace Trump with another candidate.  This too is untrue.

We are being barraged with outrageous rumors and lies in order to demoralize us and keep us away from the polls.  Don't fall for it.

Post Debate: Liberal Political Sites In Full Spin Mode After Hillary's Loss

Bill Clinton at the 2nd Presidential Debate
It's always shocking to see such brazen lying on the part of liberal pundits and websites.  I watched the debate last night, all of it.  Donald controlled the stage, was confident, informed and well prepared.  Hillary was on defense all night.  Trump  destroyed her in debate.  Conservative sites and pundits were ecstatic over Trump's triumph.

Nevertheless, leftwing sites are falsely claiming that "Clinton crushed Trump for the second time," and "Clinton Wins Debate."  What complete and utter falsehood.

If the Dems lie so much, it is indeed possible that they are misrepresenting the polls.  We will know in 29 days.  Meanwhile, don't believe the Democrat propaganda.

Sunday, October 09, 2016


The second debate just ended and, in my opinion, Trump was the clear winner.  He was aggressive and prepared.  It was true that Anderson Cooper's first question to Trump was designed to really excoriate Trump over the video tape released two days ago.  It was designed to make Trump look like a criminal.  It didn't work.  Trump said he talked about things that he really doesn't do.

When Hillary then took Donald to task for his alleged sexism, the retaliated by bringing up her husband's sexual assaults on women, on his losing his law license and on the hefty damages payments he had to make to two of his victims.  Hillary had no comeback to this.

Throughout the debate, Donald Trump looked unflappable, at ease, in control, and prepared.  Hillary dealt mainly in rehearsed talking points, liberal goals that are wrong and destructive, like "making the economy work for everybody, not just those at the top," which is absurd.  Government can't make the economy work, but they can make it suffer through ill advised intervention into the private sector.

Hillary also said she supported higher taxes on corporations and the rich.  That should work to force more businesses overseas.  What a fool.

Well now I am going to check the spot polls and see what others are saying.  I think it is obvious, however, that Trump won the debate.  His performance was much stronger this time around.


Trump Supporters: FIGHT LIKE HELL Before November 8!

I have never seen any political candidate in my long life treated as badly as Donald Trump.  The left is at war with with all who oppose their globalization of socialism.  This election has become a pitched battle for the soul and future of America, and the leftist, liberals and Democrats are all in to win at any and all costs.

The Democrats' long-time policy has been to dig up dirt on Republican candidates and reveal it as an "October Surprise," in order to dissuade voters from voting for the Republican.  They did it during Bill Clinton's era, when they brought in porn magazine publisher Larry Flynt, who offered reward money to anyone who might out Republican candidates who may have had affairs.  He was somewhat successful as I recall, leading one Republican Congressman, Bob Livingston, to resign his seat.  Livingston was the leading candidate at that time for Speaker of the House, and his resignation helped save Bill Clinton from impeachment conviction.

Other Democrat attempts to undermine Republicans include Arnold Schwarzenegger, who had several women come forward just before the California gubernatorial election, claiming they had been groped by Schwarzenegger.  Schwarzenegger won anyway.

Newt Gingrich was taken to task for divorcing his wife while she had cancer, to marry another.

Of course, the Dims never had any complaints about the mistresses of FDR, John F. Kennedy, Ted Kennedy, and serial adulterer and rapist, Bill Clinton.

So should we care about Trump's sex talk in 2005?  NO.  It is irrelevant and a glaring example of the double standard of the Democrat mainstream press.

No matter how many RINO Republicans abandon Trump, we the people should not.  If we are going down in this election, so be it.  But let us FIGHT LIKE HELL to win the election for Trump.  Vote, don't sit out the election, and pressure your friends and relatives to do the same.

It ain't over til the Fat Hillary Sings.

Friday, October 07, 2016

Donald Trump's Statement on Remarks About Women [VIDEO]

Here is Donald Trump's statement on his eleven-year old remarks about women.  He notes that Bill Clinton was a sexual abuser of women and that Hillary intimidated and shamed Bill's women victims.


Donald Trump: Here is my statement. I’ve never said I’m a perfect person, nor pretended to be someone that I’m not. I’ve said and done things I regret, and the words released today on this more than a decade-old video are one of them. Anyone who knows me, know these words don’t reflect who I am. I said it, it was wrong, and I apologize. I’ve travelled the country talking about change for America. But my travels have also changed me. I’ve spent time with grieving mothers who’ve lost their children, laid off workers whose jobs have gone to other countries, and people from all walks of life who just want a better future. I have gotten to know the great people of our country, and I’ve been humbled by the faith they’ve placed in me. I pledge to be a better man tomorrow, and will never, ever let you down.

Let’s be honest. We’re living in the real world. This is nothing more than a distraction from the important issues we are facing today. We are losing our jobs, we are less safe than we were 8 years ago and Washington is broken. Hillary Clinton, and her kind, have run our country into the ground. I’ve said some foolish things, but there is a big difference between words and actions. Bill Clinton has actually abused women and Hillary has bullied, attacked, shamed and intimidated his victims. We will discuss this more in the coming days. See you at the debate on Sunday.

Washington Post's October Surprise

An eleven-year old tape of Trump bantering about sexy women has been found and released by the Washington Post.  How relevant is this peccadillo, really, to Trump's ability to lead the nation as president? None at all.  It is more dirty pool by the Democrat media in support of their fellow far-leftist and candidate.

The audio was made when Trump was talking with another man at some public event, not realizing that his microphone was still on, and being recorded.

Of course, the Democrat media is saying that this is the end of Trump's candidacy, and cuckservatives like Reince Priebus and Paul Ryan are joining their fellow liberals in denouncing Trump.  Trump's candidacy has been continually attacked by both Democrats and Republicans, ever since he won the primaries.  It will be difficult for Trump to win now.  One thing is for sure, however, is that for me, the GOP is dead.  Give me another party (not the idiotic libertarians) and I will change my registration immediately.

In the remaining two debates, Trump really must aggressively attack Hillary for being the manager of her husband's "bimbo eruptions," i.e. by hiding Bill's many extra-marital affairs while running for office.  Not only did she try to hide Bill's sexual predation against other women, she intimidated and threatened the other women in order to shut them up.

If you're going to lose, Donald, go down fighting like a bastard.

UPDATE:  Read the history of Bill Clinton's sexual escapades here.

2016 Election Worries

We are five weeks away from the presidential election of 2016.  The polls are close, but generally show Hillary winning.  This is worrisome.  I go through my day with vague feelings of upset, annoyance and irritation.

I don't want to wallow in either false hope or pessimism, but here is what I am seeing:

1.  California's teeming freeways do not show any Hillary/Kaine bumper stickers.  I have seen no Hillary yard signs.  I see this as a lack of enthusiasm of the old bat's candidacy.  The left will vote for her, but only if they are motivated enough to get off the couch and go to the polls.  Let's hope enough of them stay home on November 8th to affect the outcome.

2.  There are no Trump ads on television in California.  Trump has written California off, but that is understandable.  California is far left and getting worse daily.  However, Trump apparently is pulling his ads in three other states, i.e. Ohio, North Carolina and Florida.  Why?  I fear that Trump is not fighting hard enough to win.  Will he be prepared for Sunday's debate with Hillary?

UPDATE:  Rush says Trump is only pulling ads out of rural areas where he has commanding leads.  The leftist mainstream media is trying to give the false impression that the ad pulls are a Trump admission of defeat.

What do we do if Hillary wins and we are stuck with another four years of Obama's disastrous policies?  If that happens, I will give up on retaking the country from the Bolsheviks, and will donate my time advocating secession of the red states and the formation of a new union.

Tuesday, October 04, 2016

The Vice Presidential Debate of 2016 -- My Impressions

I watched the vice presidential debate between Tim Kaine (Democrat) and Mike Pence (Republican) tonight.  It was interesting and I felt that Pence had the better showing.

Kaine attacked Pence early and often, making accusations and issuing sound bites against Trump.  Kaine interrupted Pence in the early part of the debate, talking over Pence when it was Pence's time to speak.  Kaine came across as rude and boorish, while Pence was far more gentlemanly and polite.

I am confident that the television audience noticed Kaine's brutish behavior.  So far, every poll I have seen indicates Mike Pence won the debate by a wide margin.

Donald Trump's Taxes: a CPA's View

UI am a practicing CPA, and therefore my opinion on Trump's taxes should be taken as that of a tax professional, not those of a speculating, supposing neophyte layman.

In 1995, Trump paid no taxes on his personal return.  The reason for this is simple:  taxes are paid on income.  If you have no income, or if you have business loss, you pay no personal income taxes.

If you are self-employed or you are a corporation, you can roll business losses of one year forward or backward to lessen the taxable income of a subsequent year or a prior year.  This is called a "net operating loss carryover."  It isn't illegal or unethical, it is part of the tax code.  Hillary Clinton and spouse have also used this same provision of the tax code to lower their taxes.

My most recent exposure to the net operating loss provision is in a corporate tax return that was on extension until September 15.  The corporation had a loss in 2014, which I rolled forward to 2015, thereby lowering the 2015 taxable income.

Say the corporation had a loss of $6,000 in 2014, and a gain of $10,000 in 2015.  The taxable income for 2015 would then be $4,000. ($(6,000) + $10,000 = $4,000).

This provision is part of the tax code and it is commonly used.  Hillary Clinton's attempt to make political hay out of Trump's use of this provision is dishonest and misleading -- and she knows it.