Today it appeared that Trump’s decision to appoint Neil Gorsuch to the Supreme Court may have finally paid off for him, with a slim majority of the court’s justices indicating that the latest iteration of the controversial travel ban is here … Continue reading Trump Neuters the Travel Ban
Some Americans seem to think that when President Trump talks about “fake news,” he’s talking nonsense. He’s not. It really exists. Fake news and biased media are, like Hollywood’s sex craze, nothing new. The reason issues such as these receive so much attention today is that modern media make it possible for such “news” to reach an online audience extremely quickly. Thus, the general public is capable of obtaining, digesting, and commenting on the statements released by news outlets at an alarmingly rapid rate. Fake news is “old news.” It’s not some new ill practice applied to journalism exclusively in … Continue reading Fake News is Not Faked or New
Last week, Paul Ryan announced he would be stepping down as Speaker at the end of his term. Speculation has been rampant about what this means for the midterms and who will succeed him (another Republican, Nancy Pelosi or another … Continue reading What Paul Ryan And Charlie Dent’s Retirements Say Of The Modern GOP
There is a special election coming. No, I am not speaking of the over-hyped PA election in March (which won’t exist in its current form by November), but rather a small Kentucky House District nestled in the hills surrounding Louisville. … Continue reading The District That Could Tell Us Blue-Collar Voters Loyalty To The GOP Votes Tuesday
The fundraising news from the 4th quarter of last year was grim for the Grand Ole Party. Per a piece from Politico, nine of ten Democrats running for reelection in states Trump won raised over $1 million in the 4th … Continue reading Could The Koch Brothers Save The GOP’s Congressional Majorities?
By now, most pundits are predicting a wave election. The most optimistic analysis from non-partisan experts is the House is at best 50/50 for the GOP and heavy losses are expected. The number of legislative seats Democrats have flipped, the … Continue reading Fight For The House Is Still An Uphill Climb For Democrats
Stop me if you have heard this one before, “By embracing Donald Trump Republicans are sacrificing the future.” But, what if the opposite was true. What if Democrats, by playing hardball on DACA and refusing to solve the issue score … Continue reading Are Democrats Sacrificing The Future For The Short-Term?