The state of New York has given rise to a multitude of well-known politicians, the majority of whom are at least mildly embarrassing — Bill de Blasio, Michael Bloomberg, Bill Bratton, Hillary Clinton, Andrew Cuomo, Chuck Schumer, Al Sharpton, Donald … Continue reading The Guilty Weiner: Why the Left Should Be Harsher on Anthony Weiner
In the span of a couple of months the media narrative surrounding Republicans has flipped from the “Majority is safe” to “Danger Will Robinson.” Likewise, in the Senate, Republican gains have now been downgraded to one or two seats. Don’t … Continue reading How Badly… No, Is Trump Hurting The GOP?
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
If there was one thing that hampered the Tea Party movement in 2010 it was their adherence to anything non-establishment. Their backing of ideological firebrands led to GOP losses in winnable seats (Delaware, Colorado and Nevada being the standouts). As … Continue reading Did Democrats Nominate A Tea Party Look Alike?
Yesterday, the House GOP passed the AHCA, their long awaited repeal and replacement piece of healthcare legislation. Ever since the original bill was pulled on the 25th of March, House GOP leadership and the White House have been working on … Continue reading Why I Oppose The Housed Passed AHCA
The Democratic “unity tour” lasted all of about a day. The Democratic brand, toiling in the dumpster, and only aided by single-minded opposition to Trump, just hit a major speed bump. One of its own making. It’s no secret the … Continue reading Democrats Just Told Pro-lifers To Get Lost
On Tuesday, the long awaited primary election for Tom Price’s suburban Atlanta district was held. As expected, Democratic young gun Jon Ossoff advanced to the run-off. Also, as expected, Karen Handel advanced to face him. There were two things of … Continue reading My Take on GA-6