Author: Mr. X

The man with no name.

CRA Finds its 2020 Ticket

June 1, 2019

Just when everyone thought the CRA was dead, they come back with a vengeance like never before. They have no more use for Ted Cruz since he has signaled that he wants to work with Trump. Other saviors like Ben Sasse and Mitt Romney (yeah you endorsed him too) were taking a pass on challenging […]

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Short Bus Shortage Scandal Last Weekend

April 13, 2019

My apologies for the long hiatus, but over the weekend I heard there was a shortage of short school buses in California, so I needed to investigate. Turns out the short yellow buses were needed for transportation to the CRA convention, conveniently located in the nation’s capital Sacramento. Before either of the South Sacramento members […]

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The CRA: Beyond Election Night and Shambling Towards 2020

January 15, 2019

I think I speak for the entire rest of the country in extending a hearty thank you to the CRA. Their piss poor performance on election night has only bolstered the ranks of other state’s Republican Party rolls. Sadly, the CRA “leadership” —I guess that is still a thing—likely feels they are doing a mighty […]

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Let’s Check in with “The World-Wide Leader” ESPN

September 8, 2018

I am aware this is a political blog, but ever since ESPN waded into politics its only right to rain on their parade, and dance on their grave when they are down. We have chronicled in this space the past doings of John “The nasal dust sniffer” Skipper, so I wanted to check back in […]

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Democrats Imploding Right In Front Of Our Eyes

September 6, 2018

The hearings began on the nomination of Judge Brett Kavanaugh today and this atmosphere resembled a Barnum and Bailey Circus. Sen. Richard Blumenthal continually asking for the hearing to be adjourned…well because. Kamala Harris kept trying to delay the hearing on the basis the Democrats haven’t had enough time to read all the documents from […]

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Government Regulations Gone Wild

August 21, 2018

Regulations come in many shapes and sizes and from every state in the Union, red states included; however, today I want to take a closer look at the devastating effects these regulations have on businesses. Let’s take New York City’s famous, 32 oz. soda ban for example. With the stroke of a pen, if you […]

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Trump’s Opportunity in Chicago

August 13, 2018

Chicago has been in the news quite a bit lately, for all the wrong reasons.  There has never been a better chance for the Republicans to make a difference and their voice and message heard in the inner cities of this country.  By making a difference I don’t mean blow fire breathing right wing rhetoric […]

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CRA in Dire Straits

August 3, 2018

Dropping membership, declining relevance, uninspiring candidates running for President, what could possibly be worse? No, its not the Democrats, it’s the CRA. Well, here’s the scoop….. Anointed CRA leader and Texas resident Ted Cruz is in serious peril for his re-election.  The latest poll shows him leading something called a Beto O’Rourke by just 2 […]

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Supreme Court Makeup is not Changing!

July 22, 2018

I am not sure what has become of the Democrat Party nationally. Ever since the election of President Trump, they have been on full tilt.  Upon being elected, he chose Neil Gorsuch to replace the late Antonin Scalia to which the liberals cried foul, saying we should have seated Merrick Garland, an Obama nominee.  Interesting, […]

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CRA Failed To Stop Trump Nominee

July 9, 2018

The call to action was apparently not answered; chalk this up as another failure from the CRA and its “leadership.”  It is unknown at this time how many calls were made to the White House or to the congressional switchboard, but the effort was a failure none the less.  Perhaps CRA President Thomas N Hudson […]

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