“In the past four years, I’ve seen my former party abandon its small government, constitutional principles to follow Donald Trump with a cult-like zeal.”
This election is no longer about the polls. It’s about turnout. Without a compelling reason to go out and vote for Trump, the president may lose on trusting his base versus those who simply dislike him.
Republicans are facing the loss of both the presidency and the Senate.
Will the same rules from last week apply to Democrat senators?
“Nobody is cynical enough. The reality of politics is generally worse than we think.”
National polls don’t matter. The real race is in the Electoral College.
All Joe Biden has to do to not lose is stay alive and stay invisible, which is literally the lowest bar possible.
When it comes to the human rights of children deemed inconvenient or unwanted, Joe Biden is not just an unacceptable option, he’s no option at all.
When I am through with this quarantine, I will continue to be more responsible, if only by example.
Here’s why this year’s polls are different from 2016.
I don’t get the unhinged response to his recent “don’t be afraid of coronavirus” video to the American people.
We should not fear COVID-19, the disease, nearly as much as those in the liberal universe want us to fear it. Neither should we treat it as some casual cold or a ruse by Bill Gates to implant us with the Mark of the Beast.