Warren May Be Done For

Senator Elizabeth Warren continues to be a source of pride for the Democratic Party. It doesn’t make a ton of sense considering she has been slipping in the polls. No amount of plans, impeachment hysterics, and pandering to the socialist left will help her recover. Warren’s campaign doesn’t know this, they seem content with going after smaller and lesser known candidates. Someone should tell them that they shouldn’t punch down. Wall Street Journal has the story: Ms. Warren’s questions about Mr. Buttigieg’s work at consulting powerhouse McKinsey & Co. ...

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Bloomberg’s Doomed Run

As a late entry into the 2020 Democratic Presidential Primary race, former New York City Mayor and current billionaire Michael Bloomberg has a lot of ground to cover. Bloomberg is putting his billions to work to do it. But, his massive ad buys and aggressive hiring has not yet turned primary voters into Bloomberg voters. Fox News has the story: Mike Bloomberg has spent $100 million of his own money on an unprecedented coast-to-coast ad blitz since launching his Democratic presidential campaign late last month. But a new poll indicates the eye-popping figure – per ...

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Impeachment Is Only Going To Hurt Democrats

Yesterday, House Democrats voted along party lines to send the Articles of Impeachment to the Senate. This historic abuse of impeachment is only going to hurt the Democrats in 2020, a fact they have refused to see. No one is going to feel the backlash of their mistaken vote for impeachment worse than the 31 Democrats representing districts that President Trump won in 2016. And, according to The Epoch Times, Trump knows this. President Donald Trump on Saturday passed along a warning against impeachment to the dozens of House Democrats who represent districts that he ...

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Trump Surges in Swing States

This impeachment scheme the Democrats have cooked up may be boiling over. New polls in Michigan, Pennsylvania, Wisconsin, Arizona, and Ohio (the swing states) show President Trump taking a healthy lead in one-on-one matchups against the top Democrat primary candidates. National Review reports: OH Predictive Insights puts Trump ahead of all challengers in Arizona, although by only 2 points ahead of Joe Biden and Pete Buttigieg. Firehouse Strategies — a GOP firm, so take as many grains of salt as you deem necessary — finds Trump has the lead in Michigan, Pennsylvan...

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Secure American Elections Are Crucial

The American election is the pinnacle of democracy. To have something that is so central to the governing system in our country be threatened by fraud or abuse is almost unthinkable. But it happens. Every election season we hear stories of people voting multiple times at different precincts or even in different States. Illegal immigrants have also been caught voting. That's why the states need voter ID laws. Heritage explains: Requiring voters to authenticate their identity at the polling place is necessary to protect the integrity of elections and access to the voting ...

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Tea Party Patriots Citizens Fund Endorses Doug Collins for U.S. Senate, Urges Governor Kemp to Appoint Collins to Fill Vacancy

Atlanta, G.A. – Tea Party Patriots Citizens Fund Chairman Jenny Beth Martin – acting on behalf of the three million members and supporters of the nation’s largest national Tea Party group – today endorsed U.S. Rep. Doug Collins to fill the seat of the retiring U.S. Senator Johnny Isakson, urged Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp to appoint Collins, and issued the following statement: “As Governor Kemp finalizes his thoughts on whom he should select to replace Sen. Isakson, we have two words for him: Doug Collins. “Doug Collins serves as the Ranking Member of the ...

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How Much Does Impeachment Matter for 2020?

House Democrats are gearing up for an impeachment vote this week and they’re hoping “something” will stick before the 2020 election. With the impeachment hysteria happening, what does all of this mean for 2020? Victor Davis Hanson from the National Review broke down how important polling is during all of this impeachment hysteria: Polls matter. When the media and Democrats started impeachment stories and investigations, Nixon’s favorability was near 70 percent, after his landslide reelection and second inaugural. After twelve months of Watergate, he ended 1973 ...

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Beto O’Rourke’s Gun Control Plan is a Peek into Leftists’ Eerie Agenda

During the recent debate, 2020 candidate Beto O’Rourke was asked about how he would implement his gun control plan after he exclaimed in the last debate, “Hell yes, we're going to take your AR-15, your AK-47." When he explained further how he would implement his plan, his answer revealed the ultimate agenda of the Left. In a nutshell, Beto wants to implement a so-called mandatory assault weapons “buyback” and force law enforcement to show up to gun owners’ homes and force them to surrender their AR-15s and AK-47s. Fox News has the details: "The only thing ...

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Debate Recap: Warren Replaces Biden as Frontrunner

If you watched the Democratic debate this week, then you probably had a few chuckles, a few eye-rolls, or just dozed off near the very end. We can agree that these debates are a waste of time, but, interestingly enough, tides have changed for some of the candidates this time around. It seems Elizabeth Warren is now the party’s frontrunner, which means that the original frontrunner, Joe Biden, is toast, and President Trump has an even better chance of winning with Elizabeth Warren taking the nomination. Sarah Sanders gives insight: "The big loser... was Joe Biden," ...

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Will the Impeachment Inquiry Hurt Democrats in 2020?

The Democrats’ latest attempt to impeach President Trump may be the nail in the coffin. Not for President Trump, but for their chances of securing the White House, keeping the House, and taking back the Senate. This latest charade orchestrated by the Democrats may ruin their chances in 2020. Some red-state Senate Democrats are worried that an impeachment push in the Senate will backfire and hurt their chances of securing a majority in the Senate. The House may have the same outcome if Democrats move too quickly—which they might, given the 2020 election clock ...

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