While America’s growing diversity hasn’t delivered Democrats the political success they’d counted on, Republicans are still fighting to diminish the power of the “wrong” voters.
Lloyd Green was the opposition research counsel to the George H.W. Bush campaign in 1988, and served in the Department of Justice between 1990 and 1992.
Seventy-three percent of Americans say colleges shouldn’t consider race or ethnicity but Harvard and Garland disagree. Expect to hear about that from Republicans in the mid-terms.
Voters think the Dems have gone too far to the left, but the party’s leaders don’t seem to care.
He's calling his apparent loss “the fraud of the century” as his religious allies insist he’s still God’s anointed one and his enemies are getting death threats. Sound familiar?
The fix was in, and any remaining doubts about Trump’s last attorney general putting propaganda and personal loyalty ahead of the rule of law just went out the window.
While Rashida Tlaib’s wholesale attack on law enforcement may gladden the hearts of the woke and the GOP, most Americans take a decidedly different view.
Remember the morally abominable Tuskegee experiments? They were conducted on 600 men. But Donald Trump just Tuskegeed an entire nation.
Economic liberalism has a far better chance of succeeding when it is melded with cultural centrism.
It’s a crazy thing to do in the middle of a pandemic, morally and also tactically, but here we are.
Yes, it was mostly the recession, but the after-effects of the Rodney King matter smoldered for months, and the GOP incumbent looked helpless.