I didn’t live through the 60’s or 70’s. But my parents did and they have instilled in me knowledge about how divisive a time it was. Obviously it was an era of great social, political, and cultural upheaval. But, much … Continue reading Is 2018 Setting Up To Repeat 1968?
In the span of a week it seems Democrats have moved beyond doom and gloom in the Trump era to a strategy to defeat Trump. Oppose, oppose, oppose. The strategy, if it can be called one, is predicated on appeasing … Continue reading It’s 2016 All Over Again
Democrats have gone all in on opposing Donald Trump’s cabinet nominees. On the surface such a plan seems to be benefiting the party. The base is excited, red-state Democrats are joining the cause and the Senate is getting bogged down … Continue reading Democrats Interesting Strategy on Trump’s Cabinet Nominees
Donald Trump has been busy. From his temporary ban on refugees, Executive Orders on the ACA, the military and his tweets he has already proven his presidency will be unique. But more importantly, it shows how shrewd he is. The … Continue reading Trumps Shrewd Brand Of Politics
While Republicans might be struggling on what to do about Obamacare there is no such disunity over Donald Trump’s Supreme Court pick. Indeed, virtually every elected Republican official and outside groups have praised Trump’s choice for the Supreme Court; Neil … Continue reading The Democrats No Win Strategy On Gorsuch
Last week, Republicans in the Virginia House of Delegates floated a bill to change the state from a winner take all state in the Electoral College to one that doles out votes by Congressional district (similar to Nebraska’s). The idea … Continue reading Republicans Should Be Careful About Changing The Electoral College
We are barely a month into 2017 and the DCCC has already released its targets for 2018. Many of the seats represent reach seats for the party that will be pared down by November of next year but it represents … Continue reading DCCC Releases 2018 Targets