Democratic primary

With one year to go to Election Day 2020, a New York Times/Siena College poll released Monday morning shows trouble for Democrats heading into next year. Although President Donald Trump is ensnared in a major controversy regarding his dealings with Ukraine, the poll of registered voters finds him leading Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.), tied with
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President Donald Trump singled out one of the Democratic presidential candidates for ridicule at his rally on Thursday in Dallas, Texas. “Last week a very dumb Democratic candidate for president, that’s the end of him in this state, pledged to revoke the tax-exempt status of many churches and religious charities,” said Trump. O’Rourke had drawn
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Presidential candidate Pete Buttigieg offered a mild critique of his competitor, Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.), but he was greeted with abject outrage from the progressive wing of the Democratic party. Buttigieg was asked about Warren’s pledge to fund her campaign only through small donations in order to prevent outsized influence by wealthy mega-donors. “My competitors
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Democratic presidential contender Rep. Tulsi Gabbard (D-Hawaii) told Dave Rubin on “The Rubin Report” Sunday that the Democratic National Committee’s primary process is creating a “lack of trust” in voters. Gabbard and her supporters have questioned the DNC after she failed to qualify for the next Democratic debate. The DNC required candidates to have at
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Sen. Cory Booker said during Wednesday night’s Democratic primary debate that Hillary Clinton lost Michigan in 2016 because of Russian interference and Republican voter suppression—a claim The Washington Post called out as totally untrue. “We lost the state of Michigan because everybody from Republicans to Russians were targeting the suppression of African American voters,” Booker
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Some thoughts on the second round of Democratic presidential debates (thoughts that clearly have me cutting against some of the conservative grain): ● Joe Biden was dreadful in a second consecutive debate, but is still somehow believed to be the fait accompli frontrunner to many right-leaning pundits in a party dominated by pagan lunacy. I
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More people favor illegal border crossings being a criminal violation than favor it being only a civil violation, although that perspective is sharply divided between the two political parties, according to a Hill-HarrisX poll. What do the numbers show? Forty-one percent of voters surveyed believe illegal border crossers should face criminal prosecution, compared to only
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