Among the key headlines from the 2022 election were gains by Republicans among minority voters.
According to the AP VoteCast survey, Republican House candidates got 14% of the Black vote, almost twice the 8% of the Black vote that Republicans captured in 2020 and 2018.
The difference between the percentage of Black votes that Democrats got ...Read more
President Joe Biden's $400 billion 2022 election bribe -- also known as student loan forgiveness -- has been now stopped in its tracks on two fronts.
First, in Texas, federal district court Judge Mark Pittman, one of nearly 300 federal judges appointed by former President Donald Trump, ruled the initiative unconstitutional. The judge rejected ...Read more
The Supreme Court just heard arguments in the case Students for Fair Admissions v. Harvard and Students for Fair Admissions v. University of North Carolina.
It's about affirmative action -- universities using race and ethnicity in their admissions policies.
Students for Fair Admissions argues that both universities violate the U.S. ...Read more
As Democrats see the likelihood of the House and the Senate shifting to Republican control, they have rolled out their biggest gun to try to minimize the damage.
Former President Barack Obama, the most popular Democrat in the country, has hit the campaign trail to try to salvage victories in close and critical races.
Obama's headline message ...Read more
A supporter of my organization sent a video he made driving around in downtown Los Angeles.
Homelessness and crime are rampant. It is shocking to see the social chaos prevailing in one of America's major cities. It is a hard pill to swallow to see the streets of downtown Los Angeles teeming with homelessness.
The crisis is defining the current...Read more
As November elections approach, the glaring and deeply troubling headline I see is Americans becoming increasingly alienated from their own country.
There has never been a greater need for a new generation of leaders to restore clarity about American principles and plant them in American hearts and minds.
The Wall Street Journal reports that ...Read more
Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas and his political activist wife, Ginni, are a high-profile Washington conservative power couple.
Power couples are a common Washington phenomenon. Each spouse wields political power and influence in a certain arena. Together they concentrate power and influence.
Per Public Citizen, of the 115th Congress, ...Read more
Republicans are gearing up for elections in November by drawing a clear line in the sand between their party and Democrats.
Republicans have rolled out what they call Commitment to America. And this is exactly what it's about.
Our country embodies a worldview, and it is that worldview, and the principles that capture that worldview, that made ...Read more
In August of 1790, President George Washington visited Rhode Island, which a few months earlier had ratified the U.S. Constitution.
Among those who welcomed the new president was the Hebrew Congregation of Rhode Island, founded in 1763. Now known as the Touro Synagogue, it is the oldest standing synagogue in the nation.
The synagogue's ...Read more
New polling data from Gallup show Americans are not having an easy time through this period of rising prices.
According to Gallup, 56% of Americans say now that rising prices are causing severe or moderate hardship.
Drilling down, we see that the hardship is not shared equally.
Among low-income households, those with income less than $48,000,...Read more
President Joe Biden travelled to Philadelphia, to Independence Hall, the place where the nation's founders signed the Declaration of Independence, to make his case for "The Continued Battle for the Soul of the Nation."
Indeed, the president, in his remarks, said we are at an "inflection point" regarding where we stand and the path we'll take ...Read more