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?
This week on the Deplorable Podcast Editor Joshua Johnson is joined by Catholic Vote Columnist Stephen Herreid to discuss President Trump’s recent executive order on Religious Liberty and the Johnson Amendment and the Pope’s dangerous political positions and how they … Continue reading The Deplorable Podcast: Underground Catholics Buck the Pope with Stephen Herreid
Its long been a noted trend in American politics but rural and urban voters have different ideas and policy preferences. These ideas and preferences have been diverging at a significant rate and as a result their electoral preferences have as … Continue reading The Urban/Rural Divide Continues
By now you have probably heard the Trump administration revealed their general outline for tax reform. The reform touches on both corporate and individual taxes so bear with me as I outline the takeaways from both below. Tax brackets are … Continue reading Analyzing Trump’s Tax Plan
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
There are two schools of thought on Kansas’s special election last week. One, straight from Donald Trump holds it was a great victory for the party and Ron Estes was a terrific candidate (note: both ideas are wrong). The other … Continue reading What Kansas and Georgia Cannot Do For Democrats