Well, sub-prime revolving debt (credit card debt) is rocketing back up to levels not seen since before the crash. It appears that banks are aggressively lending to people with bad credit – for you non-bankers out there, this means they are lending money to people who can’t or won’t repay the debt. I’m sure this will work out just as splendidly as last time.
Will voters care about Trump’s behavior towards women? Perhaps – but any Clinton campaign will have to tread very carefully here.
Related: RCP average shows Clinton only up by 3.1 percentage points over Trump.
Scorching hot in India – but out here in southern Nevada, we’ve had the coolest and wettest Spring I’ve ever experienced. This is either Climate Change or Weather, depending how much Progressive propaganda you believe.
In case you were forgetting how savage ISIS is, they burned a Christian girl alive. True to her faith in Christ, she asked her mother to forgive them.
Related: French ban American performer who said the Bad Words about Islam.
Native Americans don’t seem too care about the Redskins team name.
Solar power plant catches fire. Yes, we on the right will laugh and laugh and laugh about this for quite a long time.
How a Conservative Revolution gets done – in this case, in Tennessee:
During the long years of Democratic rule, the Government Operations committees in the Legislature were boring exercises in routine housekeeping legislation. They were often stacked with some of the party’s less than stellar members, because you have to put them somewhere, and they rubber-stamped whatever the leadership wanted.
“Government Ops” under Republican rule has morphed into a very powerful operation, rivaling even the Rules Committee or Finance. The power to regulate state bureaucrats has always been there; it’s just not been exercised until now.
There has been a major revolution in the operation of state government that has occurred while everyone has been preoccupied with Bible bills, bathroom bills and other idiocy. State bureaucrats are no longer free to impose draconian regulations, increase fees or make rule changes without first getting a sign-off from the Legislature.
Take away the power of bureaucrats to make rules – take away money given to Progressive pressure groups – kick government unions out…this is how you do it. The tricky part is getting the power to do it – that takes winning elections, and winning them against people who simply lie and promise the Moon. But, it can be done – it has been done. First in Wisconsin, now in Tennessee. Duplicate it, again and again and again.