The letter from Mary in Arizona offering insight into Sinema’s win over McSally sparked many letters from around the country. Here are excerpts (with slight editing) from some particularly telling ones.
New York Congresswoman-elect Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez has shown over and over that she has a tenuous grasp on basic facts about economics and government.
I already liked Texas Representative-elect Dan Crenshaw, but I’m liking him more every day. He was a heroic Navy SEAL who continued his service even after losing an eye in an I.E.D. attack.
When there’s a difference of opinion between science and politics on a matter pertaining to scientific study, which should prevail?
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In response to my commentary about possible reasons for the unexpected outcome in the Arizona Senate race, I got a helpful reader reply from someone who lives in Arizona.
So, how can Republicans make the most productive use of the next two years, to really make a difference? Andrew C. McCarthy has a new, very helpful column that offers some direction.
The other day, my newsletter featured commentary on a November 11 article in the Wall Street Journal by former Clinton strategist Mark Penn and Andrew Stein that predicted Hillary Clinton would not only run for President again in 2020 but would be the Democratic nominee.
Once again proving the statistically impossible truism that votes counted after Election Day always increase the Democrats’ total...
The votes (real or “found”) haven’t even all been counted yet in the 2018 midterm election travesty, and there’s already a new topic of conversation; namely, who’s going to run for President in 2020?
The following commentary first ran on Veterans Day 2017. It is repeated here in updated form because in the current divisive political atmosphere, where patriotism and respect for the military are under increasing fire, it strongly bears repeating…
President Trump’s appointment of Jeff Sessions’ chief of staff Matt Whitaker as acting attorney general to temporarily replace Jeff Sessions is generating a lot of hysterical screaming from Democrats, who will not accept anything less than a totally unfettered special counsel.
You’d think all the Democrats would be really happy right now.
Once again, President Trump has been proven correct: just two years into his first term, America has been doing so much winning that a lot of voters must really be tired of winning.
Observations on some of the races around the nation...
I’ve commented on that lame “joke” on Saturday Night Live’s “Weekend Update” about Texas congressional candidate Dan Crenshaw.
Here's something we could all use, especially today: an example of real class and maturity:
Today is an unusual election because, generally, voters prefer to vote for something rather than just against.
NOTE: If you are reading this, then I assume you’ve already voted to keep Nancy Pelosi, Maxine Waters, Adam Schiff, Chuck Schumer and the rest of the Democrats’ sideshow carnival crew far, far away from America’s steering wheel.
With Election Day coming tomorrow, I specifically want to address younger readers.
Congress is supposed to have oversight over the intelligence community. Not the other way around.
It’s your last chance to have a say in whether we continue President Trump’s policies...
Continuing my capsule round-up of news from state races, for those who want to know what’s going in the election...