2020 Election (page 4)

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    The 6 GOP Senators Who Voted Yes To Impeachment Trial

    Following hours of debate on Tuesday from House prosecutors and defense attorneys representing former President Donald Trump, the U.S. Senate voted 56 – 44 that trying Mr. Trump is constitutional. The 56 votes included six Republican senators. They are: * Bill Cassidy – Louisiana * Susan Collins – Maine *…
    Donna Martinez, February 10, 2021
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    Do you see your neighbors as red or blue?

    A lot of attention is being paid to an LA Times column about a Leftie’s gnashing of teeth over her discovery that her Trump-supporting neighbors are nice people. Virginia Heffernan writes: Oh, heck no. The Trumpites next door to our pandemic getaway, who seem as devoted to the ex-president…
    Donna Martinez, February 9, 2021
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    Bernie Sanders is Darn Near Giddy

    It’s not the mittens memes that has self-described socialist and U.S. Sen. Bernie Sanders in “as close to a good mood as he can get right now,” as reported by John Fund of National Review. The laughs over the inaugural mittens can’t come close to Sanders’ excitement of just…
    Donna Martinez, January 26, 2021
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    How much does Joe Biden’s Rolex cost?

    Some eagle-eyed reporters have taken notice of our new president’s gorgeous and pricey Rolex, which he wore to his inauguration. Hodinke.com reports Mr. Biden wore a “Rolex Datejust, in steel, with a blue dial, on a jubilee bracelet.” Head on over to rolex.com and you find the watch…
    Donna Martinez, January 25, 2021
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    Collusive Settlements: How Friendly ‘Opponents’ Team Up To Overturn Laws

    “Legislators, regardless of party, have an interest in making sure that the laws they pass are not dismantled through collusive lawsuit settlements between executive agencies and like-minded litigants.” From Andy Jackson’s Jan. 19 analysis of election integrity in North Carolina You may not even…
    Donna Martinez, January 20, 2021
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    Democrats think Georgia win is model for turning North Carolina blue

    Democrats think they’ve found in Georgia the winning strategy to transform North Carolina from a battleground state to a solidly blue state. The Hill reports: Democrats and organizers point chiefly to the region’s substantial Black population for their optimism. Mississippi has the highest percentage of African Americans in the…
    Donna Martinez, January 19, 2021
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    Biden’s $15 Minimum Wage: Who Wins and Who Loses

    President Joe Biden has proposed a $1.9 trillion relief package. As City Journal puts it, “Feel Good Now – Pay Later.” Columnist Allison Schrager keys in on a key component: a federal minimum wage hike to $15 per hour. The plan includes a national $15 minimum wage and elimination…
    Donna Martinez, January 19, 2021
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    Lingering questions about the 2020 election

    Joe Biden will take his oath of office this week as the next president. No one should use violence to try to prevent that oath from taking place. Yet questions remain about the election that elevated Biden to the federal government’s top executive office. John Hinderaker discusses them…
    Mitch Kokai, January 18, 2021