Mike Pence

It’s Official – Pence Confirmed By Tweet
(What Else?)

by Mike July 15, 2016

I am pleased to announce that I have chosen Governor Mike Pence as my Vice Presidential running mate. News conference tomorrow at 11:00 A.M. — Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) July 15, 2016 Four more years of weakness with a Crooked Hillary Administration is not acceptable. Look what has happened to the world with O & […]

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VeepStakes Humor – Indianapolis Edition

by Mike July 14, 2016

As it becomes clear that Trump has settled on Indiana governor, Mike Pence, for his running mate, we turn to the Indy Star’s renowned cartoonist, Gary Varvel, for some extra perspective (click-enlarge any cartoon):

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Trump VP Pick Leak – Indiana Gov. Mike Pence

by Steve MacDonald July 14, 2016
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(Roll Call) Donald Trump is planning to announce that Indiana Gov. Mike Pence is his choice for his vice presidential running mate, according to a Republican with direct knowledge of the decision.   As Trump narrowed in on his choice of Pence, the two men spent time at both Trump’s golf resort in New Jersey in […]

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Mike Pence Looking Strong For 2016

by Mike April 27, 2014

I’ve written about Mike Pence before: About how I’ve admired his humility and his principled voting record, about his gravitas and speaking ability, and how he carries himself with the dignity becoming of a Presidential contender. In my prior article, I mentioned his stellar record with the Center for Individual Freedom (CFIF), and, it turns […]

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The Principled Conservative Who Is Gradually Building His Position

by Mike January 8, 2013

This man has long been one of my favorites. At an AFP conference in 2009, I considered his speech to be “presidential”, demonstrating both gravitas and conservative principles. About a year later, he delivered a blockbuster speech on the Presidency (video : text) at Hillsdale College – not about himself, but on the meaning and […]

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