As the Democratic led House of Representatives passes bill after bill to raise taxes on Americans, their brothers and sisters in the states are doing just the opposite. Nowhere was this clearer this year than New Jersey. The recently concluded … Continue reading When Democrats “Soak The Rich” Strategy Does Not Work
Last Sunday, Trump ignited a political firestorm when he tweeted the “Squad” should go back to their drug infested countries and fix them (I am paraphrasing). Specifically, Trump was calling out Congressional freshman minority lawmakers (AOC) – NY, Rashida Tlaib … Continue reading Trump Actually Is Practicing Political Strategy
In the last month the GOP’s issues around Trump and their Senate majority’s uneasy alliance with the President has been overshadowed by Democratic strife in the their House majority. While Democrats remained united in their first big test in January … Continue reading Welcome To The Democratic Civil War
Yesterday, Ross Perot, the self-made billioniare and 1992 Independent Presidential candidate passed away from luekemia at the age of 89. Perot, known for speaking from the hip and galvanizing a passionate following, trumpeted issues Trump ran and won on almost … Continue reading Did Perot Cost HW Reelection?
Joe Biden is not the only moderate running in a competitive Democratic primary. But, he is the only one with a shot of winning the nomination. The front-runner, battered and bruised, had long stood out for standing up to his … Continue reading The Last Best Hope For Stopping Democrats Leftward Drift Continues To Flop
Hot off what is being hailed as a solid debate performance, Kamala Harris’s campaign gambit seems to have paid off. Her take down of Joe Biden on Civil Rights, specifically desegregated school busing routes in the 1970’s, and Biden’s inability … Continue reading Harris Planted a Landmine For Her Party If She Is The Nominee
All things considered, I’d rather be a challenger than an incumbent hovering under 50 approval amid a roaring economy. A sprawling Democratic field should allow an incumbent President to focus on the merits of his tenure. But then again, no … Continue reading The State of Trump’s Reelection 18 Months Out