Trump’s Play for the Suburbs

By any objective historical analysis, the President should far and way be the favorite for reelection. The economy is booming, the country is at relative peace and the unemployment rate is the lowest it has been in over a decade. Instead, the President finds himself no more than a 50/50 bet due to his course rhetoric, doubling down on the culture wars and inability to broaden his appeal to moderate voters.

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America’s Healthcare Future Lies in In A Continued Public/Private MishMash

Last Thursday, Democratic candidates for President debated global warming, taxes, reparations and more. But the biggest debate was on healthcare. Not a single candidate debated the need for governmental involvement in healthcare. No candidate even debated the need for more governmental involvement. But the differences were stark in how much involvement.

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Trump and the Flawed Definition of Racism

After President Donald Trump pointed out that the rodent-infested streets of Baltimore were rodent-infested, and criticized Rep. Elijah Cummings for his failure to improve the standard of living in many impoverished and dilapidated areas of Baltimore, the Democrats fell back on their one “foolproof” strategy. They accused Donald Trump of racism.

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