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Matt Schellenberg: Donald Trump Refighting the 2020 Election Won’t Help the GOP in November
The U.S. is confronting a host of serious issues including the Russian invasion of the Ukraine, out of control inflation and record-high prices for gas and food. Republicans should focus on those issues during...
Mike Pence Takes a Step to 2024 Presidential Bid With the Support of Leading...
Pence formed Advancing American Freedom which his team called “a policy and advocacy organization established to promote the pro-freedom policies of the last four years that created unprecedented prosperity at home and restored respect for America abroad, to defend those policies from liberal attacks and media distortions, and to prevent the radical left from enacting its policy agenda that would threaten America’s freedoms.”
Facing Challenges and Opportunities, Joe Biden Takes Over as 46th President
Facing an array of challenges, Joe Biden will become the 46th president of the United States on Wednesday and, in all likelihood, will be the last member of his generation to sit in the White House.
Aron Solomon: The 25th Amendment and Presidential Illness
In the middle of the night, the 45th president of the United States revealed via a tweet that he and the first lady have tested positive for COVID-19. As discussion of the 25th Amendment was immediate and viral over our social networks, a refresher seems in order.
Mike Pence Gets a Boost in New Florida Poll
Mason Dixon released a poll of likely Florida voters this week which shows Pence in solid shape in the Sunshine State. Pence is well known in Florida with 39 percent seeing him as favorable, 37 percent as unfavorable and 23 percent are neutral about him. That’s far better than Trump who is seen as unfavorable by 51 percent, favorable by 41 percent and 8 percent are neutral about him.
Rogan O’Handley: Joe Biden is Bad for America, but He’s Worse for Florida
Biden’s policies would reverse the economic revival that the Trump administration engineered, burden working families with crippling new taxes, and sell out American interest to hostile foreign rivals such as communist China.
Lincoln Chafee Ends Campaign for Libertarian Presidential Nomination
Former Rhode Island Gov. and U.S. Sen. Lincoln Chafee, who held office as a Republican, an independent and a Democrat, ended his bid for the Libertarian presidential nomination over the weekend.
Lincoln Chafee Gets Ready to Kickoff Libertarian Presidential Bid
“As the lone senator who bucked his party to vote no on the Iraq War authorization, it sickens me to think that the lies of administrations past have turned into the ongoing problems we face today,” Chafee said on Monday.
Most Republicans Want Donald Trump to Keep Mike Pence on the Ticket
A new poll shows most Republicans want to President Donald Trump to keep Vice President Mike Pence on the ticket come 2020. A Hill-Harris survey released last week shows solid support for Pence with 69...
New Presidential Candidate Bill de Blasio Shouldn’t Put All His Chips on Florida
So far, there doesn’t appear to be much of a demand for a de Blasio campaign. He lags in low single digits in national polls and in surveys of early caucus and primary states like Iowa and New Hampshire.
Mike Gravel: The Cambodia Genocide is Part of Henry Kissinger’s Legacy
Forty-four years ago last week, Cambodia was taken over by the Khmer Rouge. From 1975 to 1979, in what is referred to as the Cambodian Genocide, a quarter of the country’s entire population was wiped out.
Pat Buchanan: Florida’s Amendment 4 Helps the Left ‘Permanently Dispossess Middle America’
Amendment 4 expanding voting rights for most felons in the Sunshine State, in his nationally syndicated column, Buchanan wrote that it will help Democrats in national elections.