On Tuesday night, the political world seemed to tilt on its axis as Democrat Doug Jones prevailed in a state where Donald Trump had won by 28 points just over a year before. After a night filled with tearful, glee … Continue reading Alabama Does Not Tell Us Much About Next Year
In 1994, the GOP Revolution roared across the country. Republicans gained seats across the nation from from two in California, five in California, one to two in multiple states and several seats in North Carolina, Ohio, Georgia, California, Texas and … Continue reading It’s Alabama Or Bust For A Senate Democratic Majority
Do you all remember the Women’s March of 2017, the pink hats and “this p*ssy bites back” signs? The overwhelming glorification of respect for women’s historical struggles and pain? I remember that as well. How about Hillary Clinton, when she … Continue reading Is This Justice?
Democrats should be doing a happy dance. After-all, they enjoyed stunning successes in Virginia and New Jersey earlier this month. Roy Moore’s moral foibles and seeming interest in younger ladies as a former County DA did not do his party … Continue reading Democrats Have Their Own Roy Moore Problem
Democrats excited about Virginia became ecstatic last week when it became clear they had a shot at flipping Jeff Session’s open Senate seat. Former twice Alabama Supreme Court Justice Roy Moore won the GOP primary to square off against Democrat … Continue reading Can Republicans Survive Roy Moore?