Friday is here again folks! The weekend is upon us and it’s time to once again recap the week in Politics and Culture. This weeks list is a bit shorter than usual but there are […]
We Could Learn A Thing or Two from The Left About Winning Elections.
At the end of his keynote speech at CPAC in February of 2012, Andrew Breitbart urged all conservatives across the country to put aside their differences and rally behind the unknown GOP candidate who would later turn out to be former Gov. Mitt Romney.
In this episode of The Whitfield Analysis, Sam discusses The second Republican primary debate and why It was terrible.
Well folks, we’ve made it! It’s Friday and that means it’s time for a little R&R. It also means that it’s time for my Week In Review column found exclusively on my website.
Following The GOP Primary Debate on CNN, Jeff Hamill and I discussed the debate results, the winners and losers, and how the primary is affected moving forward. You can watch our post debate analysis below!
Trump’s use of the “gotcha card” wearing thin.
On Thursday afternoon (9/3/15), Donald Trump was a guest on Hugh Hewitt’s radio show where the subject of foreign policy and counterterrorism quickly became the main focus of the conversation. Specifically, Hewitt asked Trump about how he would deal with General Qasem Soleimani, an Iranian military official with suspected ties to various terrorism groups in the Middle East, and the commander of The Quds Force which has aided the terrorist organization Hezbollah in various operations. Trump demonstrated to Hewitt that he has limited knowledge of who our most dangerous enemies are being led by fairly quickly. Rather than admit to Hewitt that he still has some research to do on foreign policy, Trump immediately accused Hewitt of throwing him a “gotcha” question and then insisted that he will soon “know more about foreign-policy then you will ever know” in a condescending tone.