If Republicans were to consistently draw just over 30 percent of the Hispanic vote, they would likely dominate American politics in both presidential and congressional races.
Republican Texas legislators have chosen the campaign dollars of big-money contributors over fidelity to their stated free-market principles. They’ve chosen favoring businesses over consumers.
A stable economy needs stable policies. And businesses, consumers and regulators all need to know what those policies are. Unfortunately for the economy and the country, Biden’s policies keep shifting, depending on the latest crisis — and the latest polls.
Biden campaigned on reducing wealth inequality, and he’s certainly done that. Wealthy people with money in the stock market are likely worth a lot less today than at the beginning of the year.
Bronson’s character in “Death Wish,” Paul Kersey, put fear in the hearts of thugs and criminals. Today, the November election is putting fear in the hearts of Democrats precisely because they have refused to put fear in the hearts of violent thugs and criminals.
If countries outraged by the invasion of Ukraine want to take a stand against Russia by refusing to buy its oil and natural gas, there may be enough supply and demand among autocratic countries to create a viable, long-term market.
The mission of the Texas GOP should be to win elections, and in an increasingly diverse and secular Texas, building a winning coalition means not “othering” people who want to be Republicans but who don’t share your Christian beliefs.
It is time to ensure that seniors have the same no-cost access to vaccines as the rest of the population, ensuring they can live out those retirement years without unexpected costs.
The mainstream media now know many of the unseemly facts. Yet they are conducting interviews with Hillary Clinton, without bringing up the campaign’s unethical, and perhaps potentially illegal, actions.
It is often said that a presidential candidate’s first major decision is choosing a vice presidential running mate. Biden’s first big decision was Kamala Harris, and it’s been pretty much downhill for them—and the country—ever since.