The 2016 polls correctly predicted that Hillary Clinton got more votes than Donald Trump, so do they expect Nancy Pelosi to get more support than Paul Ryan in 2018?
Right now, I think it’s fair to say both parties are worried about the House of Representatives in 2018. Either way you slice it, President Donald Trump is the deciding factor. Either Trump can rally the base, continue making the Democrats overreach and embarrass themselves or Trump can sink and take the Republicans down with him. Those are really the central tenets of either side’s | Read More »
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Make no mistake about it, last week wasn’t just a bad week for Donald Trump, but a bad week for the Republican Party as a whole. And while there are many conservatives who would wash their hands of the GOP after its embrace of Trumpism, it remains the only major party really capable of advancing conservatism. So we have to look at what the GOP can | Read More »
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Ted Cruz had a rough 2016. We know this, we’ve covered it, and we’ve been upset about it. Ted Cruz has been a solid fighter for conservatism throughout his political career. However, his recent misfortunes appear to be mistaken by Democrats as a chance for one of their own to knock him off and take his spot in the Senate come 2018. This news comes | Read More »
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Yesterday morning, the Cook Political report explained why it is a very real possibility that the GOP loses the Senate in this election cycle. At this point, it’s not pessimistic to think that the Republican Party’s best case scenario is a 50/50 split with the Democrats (giving the Democrats the Senate because the Vice President is the deciding vote). However, 2018 holds some good possibilities for the | Read More »