Fresh off two new shootings in El Paso, Texas and Dayton, Ohio, the familiar ideological fault lines around gun control hardened. Democrats called for banning assault weapons and enforcing universal background checks while Republicans settled for an option which does … Continue reading America’s Mass Shooting Epidemic Isn’t Going To Be Solved Soon
Last week, a poll came out of Texas showing President Trump running neck and neck with former Vice President Joe Biden. Trump also narrowly led other Democratic candidates. Combined with a narrow two point win for Senator Ted Cruz last … Continue reading Are Texas and Georgia Really Getting Bluer?
A mere four months ago, Democrats were giddy on their 2020 prospects. The President’s approval was dragged down by the partial government shutdown, Senate Republicans were divided on ending said shutdown and Nancy Pelosi and House Democrats were riding high … Continue reading Democrats Striking Out in Top Senate Races Dims Hope For 2020
Democrats in Texas on Tuesday were supposed to be celebrating. Not fretting. But fretting they are now that a Democratic state senate district which supported Clinton by 12 points and has not had a Republican represent it since Reconstruction flipped … Continue reading Democrats Hope For A Wave Fueled By Hispanic Turnout Died In Texas Tuesday
While Democrats have scored notable successes in majority white states like Oklahoma, Missouri and NY State, in majority-white districts with many college graduates, there is one notable set of places where they have surprisingly struggled to make gains-Hispanic-majority districts. In … Continue reading The GOP House Majority Might Be Saved In The Unlikeliest Of Places
Listening to the fretting on the Left about Anthony Kennedy’s retirement has largely boiled down to one significant issue (abortion) being significantly moved to the right. But there is more to the recent Supreme Court vacancy than abortion. It’s easy … Continue reading There Is More To The Supreme Court Than Roe Vs. Wade
On Tuesday, the Lone Star State held the nation’s first midterm primaries. Early voting among Democrats had increased a whopping 65 percent while the GOP’s was a meager 15 percent. Of course, keep in mind 2014 was a horrid year … Continue reading What Democrats Can Take Away From The Texas Primary