On Wednesday, the Sanders camp bowed to the inevitable and suspended its campaign for President. Despite insisting they had a path to the White House, COVID -19 and numerous polls made it clear the path was steep. But, even though … Continue reading The Damage Bernie Did To Biden’s Campaign Is Irreparable
As election season swings into full gear and we look back at Iowa and New Hampshire it is clear the front-runner for the Democratic nomination is an Independent Democratic Socialist who until 2016 did not call himself a Democrat. Bernie … Continue reading The Devil You Know vs. The Devil You Don’t
Jon Ossoff is a slight favorite to succeed former Congressman Tom Price in GA-6. The district, ancestrally red but now a deep shade of purple (turning bluer everyday) is ripe for a partisan change in Congress. But, despite what I … Continue reading The Democratic Divide Threatens 2018 Successes
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?
This past year was probably the most annoying year for me as a conservative college student. I would walk around and constantly be triggered at the sight of Bernie Sander stickers, shirts, and posters. Seeing how they would strongly advocate … Continue reading Socialism is For Thee, Not For Me