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Commentary: How Trump Can Win a Government Shutdown Over DACA, The Wall and Ending Chain Migration

By Robert Romano   There is a good chance that Senate Democrats will attempt to filibuster whatever 2018 spending bill comes up next week, with funding running out on Jan. 19. The result will be a partial government shutdown. Congressional Democrats complain that President Donald Trump is not playing along…

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Commentary: Democrats’ Obsession with 2018 Midterms Won’t Subside Until They Lose

by Jeffrey A. Rendall   It should come as no surprise to regular followers of American politics that the media is already concentrating intently on this year’s midterm elections – after all, pundits have been fixated on the subject literally since the day Donald Trump vanquished Crooked Hillary Clinton in…

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Democrats Bash Corporate Tax Cuts Even as Their Blue States Slash Their Rates

Democrats trained their heaviest fire in attacking the measure’s corporate tax cuts, as a massive giveaway to the rich. But even as prominent Democrats like Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-N.Y.), and Sens. Sheldon Whitehouse (D-R.I.) and Richard Durbin (D-Ill.) trashed the idea, their extremely blue home states have been…

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Hillary Clinton: Bill Clinton ‘Probably Survived’ Early Battles Because Fox News Didn’t Exist

Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton told a Little Rock audience over the weekend that her husband’s first White House bid was successful in large part because Fox News Channel did not exist. Bill Clinton, his wife, and long-time ally James Carville convened at the Clinton Foundation on Saturday night…

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Commentary: Republicans Hold the Key to Their Own Success in the 2018 Midterm Elections

by Jeffrey A. Rendall   Now that 2017’s few elections and reflections on the one-year anniversary of President Donald Trump’s triumphant win in the 2016 election are in the rearview mirror it’s time to look ahead to the all-important midterm elections of 2018. Midterms are always a big deal because…

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‘My Democratic Friends Are Mad at Me’: Donna Brazile Explains Herself in Deep-Left San Francisco

SAN FRANCISCO — After publishing an unfettered memoir critiquing Hillary Clinton’s failed presidential bid, former Democratic Party leader Donna Brazile on Thursday doubled down on her criticism of the nominee before a receptive audience in deepest-left California. Brazile’s tell-all book has revived sour Election Day memories for Democrats, including her…

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Delaware Senator Chris Coons Says the Key for Democrats in Red States Is to Keep Races Local

Sen. Chris Coons said Wednesday that Democrats in red states need to keep their campaign’s local in next year’s midterm races. “The Democratic senators who are incumbents up for election this time in the five the states that you’re referencing – states like Indiana, North Dakota, Montana, Missouri, West Virginia…

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Commentary: Democratic Blowout in Virginia No Guarantee of Success in 2018

The in Virginia on Tuesday has sparked a great deal of commentary that it presages a progressive wave in next year’s congressional midterms, but the history is decidedly mixed. Sometimes, victories in Virginia have preceded midterm wave elections. Other times they have not. In a dozen Virginia gubernatorial elections dating…

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Commentary: How Donald Trump’s Epic 2016 Win Made America Great Again

by Jeffery Rendall   November 8, a day that will live in infamy. Not to everyone, mind you, but particularly to Democrats, liberals and GOP establishment #NeverTrumpers that still can’t understand or accept what happened a year ago today. Donald Trump’s triumphant victory in the Electoral College would make him…

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