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Trump Claims Scalp of Ohio GOP Chair

January 11, 2017 0

“Revenge is sweet,” or so the saying goes. When it comes to politics, it looks like Trump got a bit of his own in Ohio. This past Friday, the Ohio GOP’s Central Committee elected a new chair, Trump-supporter Jane Timken. […]

Challenges from Trump for the 115th Congress Start Now

January 3, 2017 0

Winning a seat was just the beginning. Freshmen in the House and Senate should prepare for a rough ride ahead. The 115th Congress is officially installed. In spite of at least a little talk about “electoral mandates” and partisan bickering, […]

Election Analysis Isn’t Just About the Polls

November 15, 2016 0

If pollsters and the media learn nothing else from this election, they should have learned to not rely on just polls. “The numbers were a little low in this precinct,” the campaign manager said as he passed the printout of […]

Why The Odds of a Trump Win Are So Low

November 2, 2016 0

Donald Trump does have a path to victory but it is a tough one, and he needs to find a considerable number of votes in three states by next Tuesday. Setting aside all the boorish and inaccurate narrative about other […]

What You Need to Know Before the Presidential Debate

October 19, 2016 0

Ready for the last presidential debate? We are! Here’s what you need to know before watching (or not watching) tonight. The last presidential debate is tonight, and thankfully it’s in Las Vegas – what might be the only city that […]

Witness the Complete Unhinging of Donald Trump

October 11, 2016 0

One man does not a party make, and the Republican Party should release the hounds, castigate Trump and focus on the Senate. Donald J. Trump has officially lost it even by previous standards, and the GOP needs to step up, […]

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