Poll 58% of Americans Favor Single-Payer Health Insurance

Thus, 90% of Americans over 50 vote with their feet and want Medicare. Hence, the public wants Medicare for all even if they do not admit it.

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Why Trump Reelection could be good for Democrats and the Left

I’m starting to regard 2016 as a victory for Democrats and the Left. Notably, we avoided the catastrophe of a Hillary R. Clinton (D-New York) presidency.

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Tucker Carlson could Blow Conservatism Apart

Carlson’s monologue exposes American conservatism’s greatest dilemma. The irony is those who destroy the things conservatives claim to value finance conservatism.

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Will Obama Intervene in the Presidential Election?

In the final analysis, Obama could hold the key to victory in the Democratic primaries. Therefore, we need to ask will Obama use that key and who will he help with it?

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Is Bloomberg a Credible Presidential Candidate, or a threat to Freedom?

Republicans can easily portray Bloomberg as “a rich racist white guy from New York who wants to take your guns and trample your rights.” Hence, Bloomerg could help Trump get both rural white and black votes.

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Poll Shocker, Bernie is the Strongest Democratic Candidate

In fact, U.S. Senator Bernie Sanders (I-Vermont) is the only Democratic presidential contender who beats President Donald J. Trump (R-New York) in Emerson’s 2020 National Head to Heads. In Emerson’s hypothetical match-up, Sanders received 50% of the popular vote, and Trump 49%.

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Why are we Paying Attention to the Iowa Caucus?

The Iowa Caucus can be occasionally accurate in its forecasting; however. Barack Obama (D-Illinois) began his rise to the presidency by winning the 2008 Iowa Caucus; with 37.6% of the vote, The Times notes. Meanwhile, the Iowa Caucus accurately predicted the fizzling of Hillary R. Clinton (D-New York) 2008 presidential campaign when he she came in third.

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What we can Learn from Past Impeachments

History; however, shows the impeaching party benefits at the ballot box. The Republicans; for example, won the four presidential elections that followed 1868. For the record, those elections were 1868, 1872, 1876, and 1880.

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Why is Andrew Yang Going Mainstream?

Notably, Yang rivals Trump in his ability to harvest voter data. That ability could be critical in 2019. Hence, some in the establishment are wondering if Yang could beat Trump?

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