Tag Archives: predictions

How the Donald Trumped the National Media

By Wayne Allyn Root, Former Libertarian Vice Presidential Nominee

I have spent the past few years predicting economic Armageddon on TV and radio shows across America. I have predicted the collapse of the dollar, the decline of the economy, the dangers of the debt and the Fed, and the incredible rise of gold and silver.… Read more ...

Wayne Root updates his election predictions, expects bigger gains for Republicans than he did before

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Obama Unhinged: Leftist Anger, Bitterness and Mental Breakdown Leads to Historic Landslide Defeat.

Las Vegas Oddsmaker Now Sees 60 to 70 Seat GOP Victory and Major Independent Gains too.

By Wayne Allyn Root, Best-Selling Author and 2008 Libertarian Vice Presidential Nominee

Think Reagan vs. Carter in 1980.… Read more ...

Your election predictions?

A general question for all our readers: what results do you predict in this Tuesday’s elections? Your replies can cover any state, all alternative party and independent candidates, ballot propositions, and, since Wayne Root opened the door, feel free to prognosticate the Democrats’ and Republicans’ chances as well.

Have at ’em in the comments, but remember: anything you say can be used in a future IPR post.… Read more ...

IPR reader survey: Early predictions and endorsements for 2010, 2012 and beyond?

This was brought up in the comments covering IPR readers predictions: how’d we do?; I said,

anyone want to make any early predictions for 2010, ’12 or beyond?

So far, the only one bold enough to reveal the contents of the crystal ball is IPR’s 2008 prognosticator of the year, John C.… Read more ...

IPR readers predictions: how’d we do?

On election eve, IPR polled readers to see how they saw the elections turning out. Here is how their predictions stacked up against the results:


Overwhelming Obama victory with increased democratic majorities.

It depends on what you call overwhelming, but they certainly increased their majorities, and the electoral vote will not be close unless there is a massively unprecedented wave of faithless electors.… Read more ...