Politics (page 7)

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    Trump, law and order, and the suburban vote

    Katherine Doyle of the Washington Examiner focuses on the potential electoral impact of recent street violence across the country. Republican strategists say the continuing unrest in major cities is causing suburban voters, a critical voting bloc, to move into President Trump’s column. In North Carolina, Charles Hellwig, a…
    Mitch Kokai, September 2, 2020
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    Biden could lose support among moderates

    Kevin Hassett writes for National Review Online about a potential problem for Democrat Joe Biden’s presidential bid. [W]hen President Obama looked at the reeling economy that he inherited, he (thank goodness) thought twice. Big disruptive policies would have likely hurled us from recession into depression, and whether he…
    Mitch Kokai, September 2, 2020
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    New Carolina Journal Online features

    Don Carrington reports for Carolina Journal Online on questions surrounding the official residence of Democratic state Sen. Ben Clark. John Hood’s Daily Journal criticizes Gov. Roy Cooper’s pursuit of power.
    Mitch Kokai, September 2, 2020
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    One statistic should bolster Trump, bother Democrats

    Andrea Widburg of the American Thinker explores support for President Trump among a key voting demographic. One of the things that conservatives noted approvingly was the way that the Republican National Convention reached out to blacks. For too long, Republicans had a defeatist attitude about black voters. Even…
    Mitch Kokai, September 1, 2020
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    Mob, not Biden, serves as the Democratic Party’s face

    John Daniel Davidson of the Federalist explains how violent mobs are hurting the Democratic Party. The unfolding disaster for Democrats right now, with just 63 days until the election, is that their party’s brand is not Joe Biden and Kamala Harris, it’s the violent mob in the streets.
    Mitch Kokai, September 1, 2020
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    Kenosha and Nashua: GOP sees links

    David Drucker of the Washington Examiner ponders potential political implications of the latest race-related violence plaguing the United States. Some Republican strategists in New Hampshire believe the state is the perfect battleground for President Trump to drive his “law and order” message against Democratic nominee Joe Biden, saying…
    Mitch Kokai, September 1, 2020
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    Cancel culture exhibits its ridiculous nature

    John Fund of National Review Online highlights one of the most recent targets of “cancel culture.” The cancel culture has now reached into every nook and cranny of life. Eskimo Pie, the chocolate-covered ice-cream treat that has been around for a century, will be renamed after critics said…
    Mitch Kokai, September 1, 2020