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rigged elections

Rigged Elections Aren’t The Problem As Much As Trump’s Candidacy Is

Kevin Williamson notes how Donald Trump is losing the swing states of New Hampshire (+11 Clinton), Virginia (+11 Clinton), Michigan (+8 Clinton), Colorado (+7 Clinton), North Carolina (+6 Clinton), Pennsylvania (+6 Clinton), along with the voters of conservative Georgia (+4 Clinton) and practically every traditionally Democratic state (Trump boasted that...

sexual assault

Sexual Assault Is Locker Room Talk Of Sexual Predators

“You know I’m automatically attracted to beautiful — I just start kissing them. It’s like a magnet. Just kiss. I don’t even wait.” – Donald Trump Sexual Assault According to the Rape Abuse and Incest National Network (RAINN), sexual assault refers to sexual contact or behavior that occurs without explicit...

star of david

Star of David Tweet Is Just Scampaign 2016

I think people are starting to realize that Donald Trump’s long string of failed ventures, seedy get-rich-quick schemes and bankruptcies are an indication of his managerial competence. For a supposedly “genius” businessman, his nonstop campaign gaffes and total lack of campaign organization and fundraising infrastructure do not inspire confidence in...

brexit

Brexit Is An Ominous Sign For The World

Steven Erlanger has done an excellent job of explaining the history and meaning of Brexit. In a decades-long rift in the governing Conservative Party, a vocal minority has demanded that Britain leave the European Union since the time of Margaret Thatcher. That minority grew in opposition during the Tony Blair...

white voters

White Voters Are Jumping Out Of The Trump Hate Ship

The most recent NBC News SurveyMonkey Weekly Election Tracking Poll shows Hillary Clinton leading Donald Trump by 7 points, 49 percent to 42 percent buoyed by white voters. The survey of 10,604 adults, including 9,355 registered voters, was conducted online June 6–12. It has an overall margin of error of...

Path to a Republican Presidency in 2017

  The Republicans have a path where they do not need 270 electoral votes to retake the White House. They only need to prevent the Democratic nominee from reaching 270 delegates. Traditionally these two goals have been one and the same. Under a two party system, aside from tie (which...