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Biden v. Trump 2.0, Biden Address Backfired, Hating On Hur

Biden v. Trump 2.0


Last night, President Joe Biden and former President Donald Trump officially won their respective party’s nomination for the 2024 presidential election. Whether the average voter likes it or not, it is a binary choice. One of these two men will be president come January 2025.


Hur On The Hill, Standing Firm, Wray's Warning

Hur On The Hill


Special Counsel Robert Hur testified for hours before the House Judiciary Committee today. Prior to his testimony, the transcript of his interview with Joe Biden was released to the public, and we learned that Joe Biden lied when he accused Hur of making an issue of his son’s death.


Biden's Disgusting Apology, The Left's Radical Agenda, The Intolerant Left

Biden’s Disgusting Apology


By now, most Americans have heard about the brutal murder of Laken Riley, a young Christian nursing student in Georgia, at the hands of a criminal illegal alien thug from Venezuela.


In the State of the Union address, Joe Biden tried to mention the young woman but didn’t pay enough attention to even get her name right. Her parents were furious.


Biden's Bizarre Speech, A Strange Beginning, The Speaker's Guests

Biden Bizarre Speech


Over the years, I have watched more State of the Union addresses than I care to admit.  I had significant input on eight of them when I worked for President Ronald Reagan. 


Some are underwhelming. Most are forgettable in a few days. That address last night was the most bizarre and disappointing State of the Union speech I have ever seen.


The State Of The Union, Trump's Challenge, Say Her Name

The State Of The Union


President Biden is delivering the annual State of the Union address tonight. He will likely continue the long tradition of presidents declaring, “The state of our union is strong.” It’s possible, if not likely, that he might add, “But our democracy is under attack.”


There are many different people in America, and the state of the union for them varies widely. For example, what’s the state of the union for taxpayers? It’s rock bottom.


Trump Dominates, Haley Drops Out, Looking Ahead

Trump Dominates


As you know, Donald Trump dominated Super Tuesday, winning 14 out of 15 states and capturing 722 delegates to Nikki Haley’s 46 delegates.


While Haley won Vermont, she lost two other states (Massachusetts and Virginia) that some commentators thought she might win. They weren’t even close. Haley lost Massachusetts by 23 points, and she lost Virginia by 28 points.


A look at the Virginia exit poll explains why.


A Revealing Reaction, Raskin To The Rescue, Super Tuesday

A Revealing Reaction


Many on the left are still shocked by yesterday’s unanimous decision from the Supreme Court. They just can’t accept that all nine justices, including the three liberal justices, said it was totally unacceptable for a state to keep a major competitor to the incumbent president off the ballot.


That’s not what we do in America. Not yet, anyway. (See next item.) But their hysterical reactions revealed an important truth.


Trump Wins, Election Results, Israel Under Siege

Trump Wins


Say Her Name, Back To The Border, More Biden Lies

Say Her Name


I delivered a message to the president today. You can read it below or listen to it here as I recorded it for my daily commentary on the Bott Radio Network. I can guarantee the White House will throw it away, and if I’m not already on the neo-Marxists’ enemies list, this will do it. Here’s a copy of my message to the president.



Mr. President:


Laken Riley. Laken Riley. Why won’t you say her name?


Miles Apart, Righteous Anger, Not Their Best

Miles Apart On The Border


Presidents Joe Biden and Donald Trump were both at the southern border today. They were not at the same location, however. They went to very different places more than 300 miles apart, and they are even further apart when it comes to immigration policy.


It’s not surprising to see these dueling appearances. Illegal immigration is now the top concern among voters.