Follow the money as it will always tell you what is going on and who has the power!
With both American and Russian forces engaged in the war its only a matter of time until American, Russian or both are killed by the other side in the fighting. It's not a question of if it happens its a question only of when this happens.
As the weeks go by it is becoming increasingly apparent that a profound disconnect exists amid a very large portion of the current year electorate regarding the goals and objectives of the apparatus we call the GOPe. 1,907 more words
The Tea Party (anyone that believes in the Constitution) has two enemies the Democrat Progressive Left (DPL) and the GOPe (the RNC establishment) which are really only one enemy as the GOPe and the DPL really make one party since they ALL want to be “rulers” and create an American oligarchy (Ruling Cass) that I was call the ARC. In the current race for the presidency the ARC have 3 enemies: Donald Trump, Ben Carson and Ted Cruz and the ARC along with their stogies in the media will do everything they can to destroy these three candidates. The GOPe will even support democrats (and they have in the past) to ensure that no Tea Party candidate can win. It is imperative that we do not let any ARC candidate (all of them besides the Trump, Carson Cruz team) win the Republican nomination and since Trump is now the defacto candidate, and he is the one most likely to do what is right, we must support him no matter how hard the ARC tries to destroy him. Ideally Carson and Cruz would drop out and support Trump, that would totally destroy the Humming bird plan.
So Trump is at 31% and all of the GOPe candidates are, in total, also at 31% (average 6% each) and the media is asking trump when he is going to drop out since he is losing ground? What am I missing here?
Adam’s Smith’s “invisible hand” of the marketplace is perhaps the single most captivating metaphor in all of economics. The idea that all of society can be made better off by the self-interested behavior of its constituents was revolutionary for its time, and it undergirds free-market philosophy to this day. 220 more words