On Saturday, Louisiana voters went to the polls to decide whether Democratic Governor John Bel Edwards deserved a second term, or whether a Republican should replace him. Because of the nature of the primary, there was little doubt Edwards would … Continue reading Is Louisiana A Microcosm of American Politics?
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
Readers can consider this the inaugural edition of the Grab Bag, a set of articles focusing on recent electoral news and events. The goal of this Bag is to educate readers on the lesser stories of 2019 and 2020 while … Continue reading Grab Bag: Conservative Upset In Wisconsin, Republicans Continue To Suffer In The Suburbs and Trump and Hispanics, Really?
It seems there really is something to the argument the Kavanaugh nomination is reaping electoral benefits for the GOP. Contrary to the prognostications of how suburban women in key Senate battlegrounds would turn away from the GOP over their steadfast … Continue reading The Kavanaugh Fight Has Helped Republicans
First-off, I will say I was rooting for Donald Trump to select Raymond Kethledge for Supreme Court last week. Kethledge did not roll in the political circles Kavanaugh did which was a major benefit but likely his downfall. That said, … Continue reading The Real Genius Of Nominating Brett Kavanaugh
Yes, Democrats continue to score wins down-ballot and trumpet these victories as signs of a wave but recent events have not been kind to the out of power party. Donald Trump’s approval has averaged around 43 percent for a week … Continue reading Things Are Looking Up For Republicans
Tuesday was a a good night for Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell and establishment Republicans. It was also a good night for the future leader of the House GOP and establishment Republicans in general. In West Virginia, coal magnate and … Continue reading Republicans Breathe Sigh of Relief After Tuesday
Today, Republicans will decide key Senate primaries in two crucial states; Indiana and West Virginia. Both states are represented by vulnerable red-state Democrats and Republicans are increasingly anxious the results of the primaries could determine the fate of their Senate … Continue reading May 8th: The Day The GOP Saved Their Senate Majority?
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DESCRIPTION: Sam is joined by Ryan Marhoefer of Chapman University who has gained notoriety after he wrote an opinion piece for his college newspaper which triggered Leftists on Campus. Ryan shares his story with Sam,… Continue reading [VIDEO PODCAST] Ryan Marhoefer Joins Sam On The Whitfield Report
The fundraising news from the 4th quarter of last year was grim for the Grand Ole Party. Per a piece from Politico, nine of ten Democrats running for reelection in states Trump won raised over $1 million in the 4th … Continue reading Could The Koch Brothers Save The GOP’s Congressional Majorities?