CALENDAR: The Senate will return Monday, May 4. The House may return the week of May 11.   CONGRESS RETURNS: Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell declared several weeks ago that the Senate would return to work on Monday, May 4, and he even scheduled a roll call vote for 5:30 PM to make sure everyone…

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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.…

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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…

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Healthcare continues to be one of the most contentious and important debates we have in America. Everyone needs some kind of healthcare, from dentists to surgeons. In fact, Americans rank healthcare as the number one policy issue for voters; though, the populace remains split as to how we should go about fixing the industry. The…

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The fifth Democratic debate happened last night in Atlanta, Georgia and the stage was set for controversy. Democrats’ phony impeachment hearing were in full swing, new polls showed Pete Buttigieg was beating Biden and Warren in key swing states, and Kamala Harris was dropping drastically in the polls. With all that in mind, the Democrats…

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House Democrats held the first public impeachment hearing today, in which they called their star witnesses. The stage was set and Democrats thought that they had impeachment within their grasp, but they were wrong, yet again. Republicans quickly and easily destroyed the credibility of the witnesses. Establishing the fact that the “star witnesses” had no…

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