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Oct 20 2014
A trend-line is emerging in the polls that is buoying Republicans’ spirits for the Nov. 4 midterms – beyond President Obama’s unpopularity and a few key races turning in their favor, the numbers show GOP voters simply care about this election more than Democrats.
And that could translate to a sizable advantage in turnout next month.
A Fox News poll released last week showed 45Fox News (Online News)
May 10 2016
Donald J. Trump and Hillary Clinton are locked in tight races in three crucial states in November’s general election, according to new polls that show men and women sharply divided on the presidential candidates and the likelihood of a close overall contest.New York Times (News)
Dec 16 2016
President Barack Obama has expressed his intent to take action against Russia for its alleged effort to impact the “integrity” of last month’s election.
Obama said that action may be “explicit and publicized” and some of it may not be, adding Russian President Vladimir Putin was aware of Obama’s sentiment on the issue.Breitbart News
Jul 21 2016
Donald Trump said in an Thursday interview that he doesn't "play to lose," so he always assumed that he'd do well with his presidential election, but he admitted that his campaign has gone "beyond what I would have even assumed."Newsmax (News)
Jul 21 2016
New filings were released by the Federal Election Commission last night, and they show that the rich guy, Donald Trump, is thus far getting thumped by his Democratic opponent in the money race by a large margin. Include super PACs and the gap is even wider.Center for Public Integrity
Nov 06 2016
Hispanic voters could be poised to deliver a historic rebuke to Donald Trump and the Republican Party. Early-vote statistics from battleground states with large Hispanic populations show record turnout among a bloc that has voted at a lower rate than whites or blacks in past elections.Politico
Jan 23 2020
Senate Republicans, by and large, have reached an unspoken consensus about President Trump and Ukraine. He should not have put a temporary freeze on congressionally authorized aid to Ukraine, should not have dabbled with using the aid to get Ukraine to investigate Joe Biden or a nutty theory about Ukrainian hacking during the 2016 election, and should not have kept defending his “perfect callNational Review (News)
Dec 13 2016
President-elect Donald Trump will nominate former Texas Gov. Rick Perry to serve as secretary of Energy. The former GOP presidential hopeful beat out two contenders for the Cabinet post: Sen. Joe Manchin, a Democrat representing West Virginia, and Ray Washburne, a Dallas investor working in oil and gas operations.USA TODAY
Dec 13 2016
The left has been hysterically pushing a new meme, “fake news.” While ostensibly neutral in practice it is subliminally weaponized as another lame vector -- along with attacks on the electoral college and so forth -- to undermine the legitimacy of the election of Donald Trump. Love Trump or hate him, he won.Forbes
Jan 13 2021
Perspectives BlogFrom the Right
This piece is from a writer rated Lean Right.
America is politically volatile and has been for some time, and in recent weeks things have only escalated. Amid the turmoil, people are clamoring for cold, hard facts.
Fact checking sites like Politifact (Lean Left bias) promise to help. But sometimes, instead of giving you the facts and letting you interpretJulie Mastrine