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Nov 02 2018
Americans prefer divided to unified government, and voters have historically punished the incumbent party in midterm elections. To these historical trends we can add Donald Trump’s relentless antics and his rude defiance of presidential norms, which have rankled nerves and generated bad blood.Guest Writer - Right
Aug 24 2018
As political careers go, U.S. Rep. Duncan Hunter had it all. He was first elected in 2008 after his well-regarded father with the same name retired after 28 years in Congress. The younger HunterUSA TODAY
Apr 16 2019
As first-quarter reports roll in, ‘burn rate’ looms as concern for 2020 field
Early finance reports for the 2020 Democratic presidential candidates show they invested heavily in kickoff rallies and fundraising in efforts to build national campaigns, which will need to generate steady streams of cash.
Massachusetts Sen. Elizabeth Warren raised about $6 million in the first threeWall Street Journal (News)
Feb 14 2018
Campaign-finance experts said Michael Cohen’s payment, even if he footed the bill, likely violated election rules.Wall Street Journal (News)
May 12 2020
You can say goodbye to the #MeToo movement. It had a good three-year run, but inevitably, hypocrisy and political expediency caught up with it.
Ninety-five Hollywood supporters of the #MeToo movement smeared now-SCOTUS Justice Brett Kavanaugh over flimsy sexual assault allegations in 2018 in an attempt to block his Supreme Court appointment. But now that Democrat presidential hopefulNewsBusters
May 12 2020
COVID-19 has shattered the basic economic rationale President Donald Trump had put forward in running for reelection and forced him to come up with another: Joe Biden’s handling of the catastrophe would be worse.
Trump and his allies are working to graft his own vulnerabilities onto Biden, painting him as a feeble alternative to a president tested by the coronavirus pandemic and theThe Atlantic
Jul 01 2023
Brazil’s highest electoral court voted 5-2 to bar former President Jair Bolsonaro from running for office until 2030.
The Details: The courts found the right-wing politician guilty of abusing his power ahead of Brazil’s 2022 elections, and spreading political rhetoric which cast doubt on the country’s electronic voting systems. Bolsonaro denies any wrongdoing, and his legal team plansCNN (Online News) BBC News Fox News (Online News)
Jun 07 2012
"We aren't going to go away. We're not going to pull a blanket over our head and pee in our pajamas." Marty Beil, executive director of the Wisconsin State Employees Union, talking to the Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel about the loss of the power to strike and force state workers to pay dues. The Wall Street Journal today reports that the American Federation of State, County and MunicipalFox News (Online News)
Oct 31 2018
Ice cream giant Ben and Jerry's are known for being supportive of Democratic policies. They often create various flavors that have some sort of progressive spin to them. Now, just before the midterm elections next week, Ben and Jerry's has launched their newest flavor, "Resist."Townhall
Oct 20 2018
Arizona is trending blue. Sen. Jeff Flake (R-AZ) squeaked by in 2012, but he’s opting not to run for re-election due to abysmal approval numbers. It’s now Democratic Rep. Kyrsten Sinema and Republican Congresswoman Martha McSally duking it out to replace him.Townhall