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Political Correctness Stifles Debate

Posted on January 5th, 2016 |No Comments

By nexusC

Political correctness may be the most dangerous thing facing modern American society.  Merriam Webster defines political correctness as “conforming to a belief that language and practices which could offend political sensibilities (as in matter of sex or race) should be eliminated.” 

Will Republicans say to Trump “I Do?”

Posted on December 31st, 2015 |No Comments

By nexusC

The Republican primary dance that is going on between Donald Trump and voters seems to be much like two people falling in love.  When you first meet someone, you tend to overlook a lot of the specific problems that may arise down the road, because, hey you’re both “in love”.  A few casual ge

A Harsh Critique of the Ted Cruz Flat Tax Plan

Posted on October 29th, 2015 |No Comments

By nexus_admin

As promised during last night’s Republican debate, Ted Cruz came out with his Flat Tax proposal today in a Wall Street Journal Op-Ed. The headline: A Simple Flat Tax For Economic Growth.  We asked one of our economic experts what he thought. His response is as follows: Yahoo and Yippee!  Tal

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Carly Fiorina Earns 3 Pinocchios on her Secretary to CEO Story

Posted on September 25th, 2015 |No Comments

By nexus_admin

In a previous post, I cast skepticism on Carly’s Secretary to CEO story. Michelle Ye He Lee in a Washington Post Fact Checker column examines this claim in quite a bit of detail. To summarize the conclusion, her claim is “Bogus.” You can read it here and draw your own conclusions:

GOP Identity

Posted on February 25th, 2013 |No Comments

By nexus_admin

Undoubtedly when a political party loses an election, talks arise of whether or not said party is in trouble.  These talks surfaced for the Republican Party shortly after the November election cycle, but certain factors will continue to hamper and possibly erode the GOP’s prospects of having

Am I Mitt-staken?

Posted on March 7th, 2012 |No Comments

By nexus_admin

I have been relatively cavalier in comments saying the Mitt Romney would win the nomination. At the same time, I have completely underestimated the prospects of Rick Santorum. I totally felt like he would be the flavor of the day. That has turned out not to be the case. He is at Romney’s heels

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GOP Identity

Posted on February 25th, 2013 |No Comments

By nexus_admin

Undoubtedly when a political party loses an election, talks arise of whether or not said party is in trouble.  These talks surfaced for the Republican Party shortly after the November election cycle, but certain factors will continue to hamper and possibly erode the GOP’s prospects of having

Team McCrory Works On Hitting Curve Ball

Posted on January 27th, 2012 |No Comments

By nexus_admin

Bev Perdue announced today that she would not be running again for Governor. This was surprising to many, but considering the scandals that are surrounding all around her and her lackluster polling against McCrory, it isn’t unbelievable. The big question now is who will step in to run in her s

Charlotte’s Web

Posted on January 11th, 2012 |No Comments

By nexus_admin

This coming year Charlotte, North Carolina will be at the epicenter of the political world. The Democratic National Convention is being held in Charlotte September 3-7, so all of the party figureheads will be out in full force. It is no coincidence that the DNC chose Charlotte as the city to hold th

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Carly Fiorina Earns 3 Pinocchios on her Secretary to CEO Story

Posted on September 25th, 2015 |No Comments

By nexus_admin

In a previous post, I cast skepticism on Carly’s Secretary to CEO story. Michelle Ye He Lee in a Washington Post Fact Checker column examines this claim in quite a bit of detail. To summarize the conclusion, her claim is “Bogus.” You can read it here and draw your own conclusions:

GOP Identity

Posted on February 25th, 2013 |No Comments

By nexus_admin

Undoubtedly when a political party loses an election, talks arise of whether or not said party is in trouble.  These talks surfaced for the Republican Party shortly after the November election cycle, but certain factors will continue to hamper and possibly erode the GOP’s prospects of having

Charlotte’s Web

Posted on January 11th, 2012 |No Comments

By nexus_admin

This coming year Charlotte, North Carolina will be at the epicenter of the political world. The Democratic National Convention is being held in Charlotte September 3-7, so all of the party figureheads will be out in full force. It is no coincidence that the DNC chose Charlotte as the city to hold th

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