Tag: 2020 Election
The Real Danger of the Capitol Incident: Suppression of Truth and Dissent
Americans are completely correct in expressing utter disgust with the outrageous violent turn of the election protest at the Capitol on January 6th. People who smashed windows, pushed through barricades, injured others, and fought with police should be promptly prosecuted. In a system of ordered liberty, all forms of violent conduct are always dead...
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Trump’s Legacy and the Future of the GOP
The days of the Trump administration are winding down. His lawsuits contesting the outcome of the 2020 election have gone nowhere. Despite Trump’s impressive total of 74,223,744 votes, Joe Biden (with the help of the media) beat him. It’s time to take a look at what many call “Trumpism” and think of the future.
The Presidential Election: Biden Didn’t Win; Trump Lost
In national elections, the U.S. president’s party normally picks up seats in the House of Representatives as they ride the president’s coattails to victory, and the president’s party typically loses House seats in mid-term elections, when the president is not on the ballot. Election results in the House can be seen as an indicator...
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Altruism, Generosity, and Selfishness in the Age of Bernie
Senator, and presidential hopeful, Bernie Sanders’ enticing blend of progressivism (which claims reason and science as justification) and socialism (which is skeptical of both) gives cause to inquire into the foundations of his redistributive political mindset.
Trump’s Budget Proposal Stakes Unique Position for 2020 Election
President Trump has released his budget proposal for the 2021 fiscal year. The first thing to say about it is this: Having just been acquitted in the U.S. Senate impeachment trial on a strict party-line vote in an election year, the president has zero chance of his budget proposal becoming law. In the current...
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“Crazy, Stupid” Federal Spending Proposals from Candidates of Both Parties
Thanks to the Bipartisan Budget Act of 2019, which has been described as “the worst budget deal in history,” the U.S. government will spend $57.9 trillion over the next 10 years, with $12.2 trillion of that spending requiring new borrowing that will add to the U.S. government’s bloated $22.7 trillion national debt. Those already...
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Would Rand Paul Be a Viable Third-Party Candidate for President?
While this whole scenario is a long shot, one person who might be able to gain enough support is Rand Paul.
“Chief Manufacturing Officer,” a New Twist in Presidential Candidates’ Debate Dialectic
Tim Ryan told the Detroit audience, he would create the new cabinet position of “chief manufacturing officer” so America could dominate the global electric vehicle market.
Are Bernie Sanders and Socialist Democrats Really Using the Language of the Right?
When they claim health care is a “human right,” Bernie Sanders and the socialist 2020 Democrats echo the language of the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics.
Warren’s Commission Ignores Government Monopolies
Massachusetts Senator Elizabeth Warren wants to break up Amazon, Google, Facebook, and even Apple.
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