The left and the media have long decried the vast amounts of money spent on political campaigns even as Democrats blow the lid off past spending records, without a word of complaint.
Trump doesn’t have to win the Latino and Black vote, just sufficiently grow the GOP’s usually minuscule share. If recent polls are accurate, it’s likely a game changer—both for this election and for the Republican Party.
Preexisting medical conditions were a real problem for a small number of uninsured individuals. But the political debate is no longer about how best to address that problem, but how to hammer a political opponent.
Given the potential for mismanagement, misinformation and unintended error–and we’re not even discussing the possibility of fraud–it’s astonishing that the media keep trying to reassure voters that mail-in ballots are a safe and secure way to ensure their vote is counted.
A broad community of stakeholders, representing freemarket, family, faith, education, business, and judicial interests come together to speak with a clear and singular voice.
In the November 2020 election, voters will decide between candidates with widely different visions of American health care, especially in the context of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Trump tried to calm the public during a pandemic and sound an optimistic note that the country is slowly returning to normal—and the media consider that a bad thing.
Drug makers, navigating a very partisan minefield that could undermine public confidence, take a rare step of assuring the public that any vaccine they produce will be safe and effective.
As the media and the left accuse Republicans and the Electoral College of diluting minority votes, the number of minority members of Congress has increased dramatically over the past 20 years.