Former President Donald Trump slams anti-abortion activists for losing "large numbers" of voters in Midterm Elections
PALM BEACH, FL. - In a recent interview with televangelist David Brody, former President Donald Trump discussed the importance of loyalty among evangelical leaders in politics and the damage done to Republicans who advocated for No Exceptions to abortion restrictions.
Charlie Baker, also known as the best 'Republican Governor', blames Trump for the party's poor midterm performance
Governor Baker has said that Trump's influence hurt their party in this year's midterm elections because voters showed that they "aren't interested in extremism."
Opinion: Americans Need to Show More Respect for Education
It’s pretty discouraging to look at the desolation of America’s political landscape. It would be nice if everyone took a moment to look at themselves in the mirror and ask, “What are we doing?”
Opinion: Herschel Walker was always going to lose. He's said to be the worst candidate Republicans have ever ran
Republican candidate for Senate Herschel Walker was always going to lose based on what experts have been saying. This is because many columnists described him as the worst candidate the GOP has ever run, writes Victor.
Opinion: Don't Accuse Your Fellow Citizens of “Hating America”
Few people deny that America is divided. That’s at least something to build on. Unfortunately, too many Americans deny that there was an attempt to overthrow the government after the previous presidential election.
Case Against Dominion Voting Systems Dismissed by the Supreme Court.
In yet another blow to the idea that the 2020 election was somehow stolen, and after more than 60 other court cases have been heard and decided, the Supreme Court of the United States has again weighed in by refusing to hear a case alleging that Dominion’s voting systems are “intentionally and purposefully designed with inherent errors to create systemic fraud and influence election results.”
Opinion: Politicians Who Are Gracious in Defeat Help to Unite America
I remember a time when sportsmanship still mattered. When an individual got beat in any form of contest, he congratulated a superior opponent. Being gracious in defeat shows character. Unfortunately, integrity is in short supply these days.
Opinion: Americans Make Their Decisions Based on Incorrect Information
Today is election day. It’s scary to think how many Americans will go out and vote based on what they’ve heard in political ads. In modern society, too many Americans get their information from digital devices rather than reliable sources.
Opinion: The American Concept of "Left, Right, Center" Is Inaccurate
Another election has come and gone, and here I am guessing that we’re all going to be stuck dealing with more of the same. The voting public handed our politicians just enough power so that they can block each other from doing anything. Maybe that’s for the best, or maybe it’s not, who knows?
Opinion: Kari Lake has Become the Poster Child for the GOP on How to Lose – Be an Election Denier.
Trump and Kari LakePhoto by(public use) Donald Trump claimed the 2020 presidential election was stolen from him. That somehow, Democrats finagled 85,000,000 million or so votes for Joe Biden. Those claims have been struck down in court for lack of evidence. Republican election officials like Georgia’s Brad Raffensperger also assured voters that the election results were valid and that the claims of rampant fraud were baseless.
Opinion: Future Looks Bleak for GOP as Voters 18 – 29 Overwhelmingly Chose Democrats.
Young VoterPhoto by(via UCSC.edu) Young voters of the Gen Z (18 – 25) and Millennial (26 – 40) groups turned out in strong numbers these past midterms to back progressive ballot measures on abortion, forced prison labor, marijuana, Medicaid expansion, and minimum wage. Nationally, young voters supported Democrats over Republicans by 28 points. It was these same groups who also helped Biden decisively defeat former President Donald Trump in 2020.
Arkansas voters reject marijuana legalization amendment
Commercial cannabis greenhouse facilityImage from Wikimedia Commons. On Tuesday, November 8th, voters around the country weighed in on a contentious issue at the polls: marijuana legalization. In five states, namely Arkansas, Maryland, Missouri, North Dakota and South Dakota, voters participated in direct ballot initiatives related to marijuana.
$4,000+ National Stimulus Rebate Program For All Americans
States have rebate programs to help citizens make their homes more energy efficient. But if your state does not have one such initiative, that is okay. There is one at the federal level. This project will give rebates for all energy-efficient purchases. So, it is best to keep your receipt and labor invoices.
2022 Midterms: How State Elections Impacted Abortion Rights
Abortion rights may be an issue that is better left off of the ballot- at least if you're the GOP. In the wake of recent SCOTUS decisions that have weakened women's rights, many states are coming together to protect these freedoms by voting for Pro-Choice measures. In fact, there was such an overwhelming response against restrictive laws in several Midwestern battlegrounds - including Michigan where they permanently codified protections on abortion clinic grounds through legislation passed earlier this year--that it became clear even more than before just how much society feels about preserving reproductive choice.
Alabama House Leader: “I Know There Was Some Trump That Won”
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Uvalde Residents disappointed that Governor Abbott was re-elected
The residents of Uvdale are disappointed that Texas voters voted for Governor Abbott to have his third-term in office but said they were not really surprised. The people who live in Uvdale are dismayed by the decision of voters in Texas to give Governor Greg Abbott a third term in office.
Opinion: Mark Levin was Right, the Midterms Were About Choice and Freedom.
Freedom and Choice(public use) Fox News host Mark Levin predicted the midterm elections were going to be about choosing freedom over tyranny, and he was absolutely correct. Levin went on to highlight the example of past Presidents who always spoke to the American people in an uplifting way, “they spoke to the American people, praised the American people, thanked the American people,” Levin said. One thing he got wrong though was that past President Donald Trump was always insulting, accusatory and demeaning when speaking to and about other people, especially women and those who served in the military.
Opinion: The Red Wave Smashed Against the Rocks of Reality.
Red Wave(via American Media Group) Midterms elections have always been difficult for the party currently in control of the White House. Historically, the Republicans this time around had every expectation of wins in both the House and Senate. Just look at the history:
Opinion: Insurrection Apologists Are the Opposite of "Patriots"
It shouldn’t be controversial to say that when a politician tries to overthrow the government, he or she is no longer entitled to the support of the people. Today, America is so divided that even treason is considered an issue of political debate.
Republicans who supported Trump's stolen-election claims performed worse than other GOP leaders who didn't
For some reason, Republican candidates who supported Donald Trump's stolen-election claims performed worse than the other statewide Republicans who ran on the same ballots in virtually every state.