This is it, it all comes down to the returns tonight in a small, suburban, highly educated district in Georgia. Outside spending has poured into the district to the tune of over $50 million (most expensive House race in US … Continue reading What To Look For in GA-6 Tonight
Once again, the polls were off, by a lot. Most polls had the Tories running away with the election. Pollsters using turnout models had the Tories with an even bigger margin. In the end the Tories did win the biggest … Continue reading The Tories Lost: Where Does Brexit Go From Here?
Last week, the California state senate passed a single payer healthcare bill with a price tag of $400 billion annually. Even with a liberal super-majority in the state legislature the odds of the bill becoming law are close to nil. … Continue reading Are Democrats All In On Single Payer Health Care?
I am going to take a moment to not comment on the James Comey non-scandal and focus on a more electorally consequential event held on Tuesday. The Omaha mayoral race. If you did not follow the race closely, you’d be forgiven. … Continue reading What Democrats Should Learn From Omaha
Nearly a week after the GOP pulled the unpopular American Health Care Act from a vote on the House floor, Democrats gleefully celebrated the success of the law’s demise. They should not have. Because now comes news signalling the ACA … Continue reading The ACA Continues to Head Towards A Medicaid Style System
On this episode of The Whitfield Report, I talk to fellow college Republican and commentator James Allsup about the emerging conservative counter-culture, confrontations with paid protesters, the rise and continued growth of independent media, and much more!
In 2002, “The Emerging Democratic Majority” was published. Written by Democratic strategists John Judis and Ruy Texiera, the book alleged that a modern Democratic majority was brewing composed of college educated whites, minorities and urban, affluent voters. Despite a hiccup … Continue reading Why Identity Politics Failed Clinton