by | Oct 11, 2018

As I wrote here last week, the Democrats’ weeks-long, baseless smear of Brett Kavanaugh wasn’t quite yielding the results that the party hoped it would. What they accomplished was the uniting and energizing of a Republican base that previously had…

by | Jul 30, 2018

The blue wave is back! Having lost sight of that storied surge this spring, when Democratic prospects appeared to be ebbing, Beltway soothsayers have again spied a cerulean tsunami on the horizon. A sudden spate of “news” stories predict that…

by | May 24, 2018

Normally it is rare for a freshman Congressman to make a big impact in a 435-member House of Representatives where everything is ruled by seniority. The best hope for a new member usually is to slowly build up their kudos…

by | Mar 15, 2018

The congressional leadership of the GOP seems determined to hand their congressional majorities back to the Democrats. Otherwise, why would they even consider including two Obamacare bailouts — the cost-sharing reduction (CSR) and risk mitigation programs — in the upcoming…

by | Feb 8, 2018

For as long as President Trump has been in office, Democrats and their media mouthpieces have been eagerly looking forward to the 2018 midterm elections. Not only are midterms historically favorable to the party not in the White House, but…

by | Jan 2, 2018

Last week I received an email from one of my radio show listeners saying “I voted for President Trump but if I had it to do over again, I wouldn’t.” I responded, “I’m in exactly the opposite position: I didn’t…

by | Nov 10, 2017

The picture of the Democratic Party that emerges from Tuesday’s election results is not one of renewal but one of complacency — a party that is content to run in place, winning where Hillary won, but not making any serious…

by | Jul 28, 2017

Senator John McCain waited two years to get his revenge against Donald Trump for saying that McCain is not a war hero. But with a giant middle finger — or more precisely a thumb — McCain, perhaps assuming that he’ll…

by | May 11, 2017

The next congressional elections are still 18 months away. But if I were a Republican in a swing district, I’d be starting to sweat a little. Because I’d be nervous about President Donald Trump taking me down. It’s not about…

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