Despite what elite Democrats and the media would have you believe, an overwhelming 80 percent of registered voters believe that requiring a photo ID as a prerequisite to casting a ballot is a good idea.
Tagged: 2020 election
The Left has done a superb job of placing a tinfoil hat on the head of anyone who still dares to raise questions about the integrity of the November 3 election.
It is unlikely that the Supreme Court will breezily dismiss a suit that is joined by 19 states.
In almost any other industry a failure of this magnitude two times in a row would result in heads rolling. Starting in the executive suite and working down, people would be fired.
Policy successes and promises kept far overshadow any Trumpian personality defects – real or perceived.
Less than two weeks before the 2020 election things look much as they did in 2016.
To imagine the policy impacts of a Trump second term you examine the first. To imagine the policy impacts of a Biden presidency, you examine Democrat-controlled California.
The comparison of the New York City of Rudy Giuliani against the New York City of Bill de Blasio offers a useful preview of a Trump United States vs. a Biden United States.
Six candidates and yet not a scrap of Clintonesque or Obamaesque political skill in a contest in which nothing less will do.
Promises of government palliatives don’t resonate with middle class voters who are, on their own, doing better than they have in years.