The surrounding horse-race narrative driven by the media around November is it will be a hard-fought nailbiter. The polls on the other hand all show a single trend line – Joe Biden is winning and not looking back. We can … Continue reading Why The Direction Of The Polls Should Worry Us
Leaving aside ideology, the make-up of the Supreme Court and legislative actions over the next two years, there is an argument to be made some Republicans should be hoping Trump loses in November, even if it gives Democrats unified control … Continue reading Should Republicans Be Hoping Trump Loses in November?
“Those who sacrifice liberty for security deserve neither” – Benjamin Franklin The 2nd Amendment to the United States Constitution has been a sentinel of American gun ownership since its ratification in the Bill of Rights in 1791. Since then it … Continue reading Red Flag Laws: Pre-Crime in Our Time
“The Masses are Asses” is a quote attributed to Alexander Hamilton and the contempt he had for the average person, something ironic in that the average person seems to rave about the musical ‘Hamilton.’ Marxist revision of American History and … Continue reading “The Masses Are Asses”: Hamilton Sucks
Yuri Bezmenov is a name few Americans seem familiar with today. Mr. Bezmenov was a Soviet informant and KGB operative who defected to the United States in the early 70s. In an increasingly difficult to find 1984 interview with G. … Continue reading From the Horse’s Mouth: The Four Stages of Ideological Subversion
The history of African slavery and the demand for “reparations” from white Americans for that enslavement have been trending topics over social as well as mainstream media these last few weeks. One of the most outlandish and controversial claims I’ve … Continue reading Slavery: Uniquely Human, Not American
If you believe the polling numbers coming out of the battle for the White House and Senate it looks pretty unlikely Republicans will hold any branch of government come January. Poll after poll spit out from non-partisan and partisan pollsters … Continue reading What To Believe: The Polls or Horse Race News?
“Those who ignore history are doomed to repeat it” is a phrase that has come to define the news cycle more and more as of late. For example, if you’re wondering where “Antifa” (an ironically named group of people) got … Continue reading Antifa: The “Brownshirts” of Today
“White Privilege” is a phrase that has unfortunately made itself at home in modern American vernacular. With the polarizing tragedy of George Floyd’s death and the national levels of rioting and violence that have followed, “white privilege” has pushed its … Continue reading The Dangerous Fallacy of ‘White Privilege’
In 2016, the states of New York and California gave Clinton a 3 million vote advantage in the popular vote. Clinton ended up winning the popular vote by around 2.8 million. Come 2020, those states will contribute millions to Biden’s … Continue reading As Bad As The Polls Are For Trump, They Show Why He Is Tough To Beat