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Bannon Thrashes Romney

At a campaign rally for Roy Moore, Steve Bannon savaged Mitt Romney and his family for calling on the GOP to abandon Roy Moore. Bannon said Moore has more integrity in his pinkie than the entire Romney family. He based that claim on the fact that Moore served his country in Vietnam, while Mitt hid ...

“FrankenMoore” and the Morality Arms Race

Clearly, anything and everything with regard to morality should be removed from the political discourse. It is utterly useless. JFK and BJ Clinton were raging sexaholics. Donald Trump admitted on video that he could grab women by the pussy on command. The "we go high when they go low" crowd of Barack and Michelle Obama ...

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Pro Life Abortion Support

Amidst the Cake Baker debate, abortion came up as an issue with which Christians struggle a bit with moral superiority. It's not complicated: If you do not believe an unborn child is a "life", then you have every possible moral right to abort that child. Conversely, if you believe an unborn child is in fact ...

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The Cake Baker

I started The Pragmatic Politico blog in order to build a political platform that could fill the void that has been created in American politics. I am building said platform on the premise that for the vast majority of issues we can, no pun intended, have our cake and eat it too. The Cake Baker ...

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The New York Times: Inside Trump’s Hour-by-Hour Battle for Self-Preservation

Fantastic, hilarious overview of a day-in-the-life of President Trump. And yes, Trump is one of the most politically brilliant creatures to ever grace the Oval Office.

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The Political Brilliance of the GOP Tax Plan

It is impossible to overstate the political brilliance of the GOP tax plan. By simply repealing the SALT deduction, the Democrat-crafted tax bill (i.e. by NY Democrats Trump, Cohn and Mnunchin) boxes in the Democrat Party. After years, and years, and years of progressive high tax & spend rule in NY, NJ, and CA, we ...

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The Economist: Does China play fair?

Good short-form piece by The Economist from back in September, outlining a three-pronged framework for dealing with China: Illegal competition --> IP theft Intense, but legal competition --> cheaper products on a quality-adjusted basis Unfair competition --> State-backed cost of capital

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