Republicans have found their platform for 2020, and they have Democrats to thank.Ã‚ After a month in which a partial government shutdown battered President Trumps approval ratings, a string of self-inflicted wounds by Democrats has abruptly shifted the political landscape, resuscitating discouraged Republicans and also setting the debate for 2020.
Too many Democrats have stopped believing in the American dream and instead favor big tax increases to funding expensive programs.
With the government partially shut down because Democrats refuse to fund the wall, it is time for an adult conversation about immigration. Not a blame-game, soundbite-ready, phony-baloney conversation; a real one, that acknowledges we have a broken system and that seeks solutions.
It is worth reciting the good news that’s out there because the liberal media refuses to do so and instead has done an excellent job of highlighting only negative developments.
Do most Americans think that the endless spread of the Mueller investigation is “cool?”
Does Ms. Ocasio-Cortez really want to impose a near-tripling of electricity costs on Americans?
After all, if opening your borders in Europe to asylum-seekers is a bad idea, how can it be the right thing to do in the U.S.?
Democrats have, in recent years, mostly sung from the same songbook. That is about to change.
To impeach or not to impeach? That is the choice before Nancy Pelosi as she strategizes over how best to position Democrats for 2020 and as she fends off yet another challenge to her leadership in the House.
Despite spending more money than ever before for a midterm election, and even though they were confident of crushing a historically unpopular president, Democrats appear to have mustered only a slim majority in the House while not even coming close to taking over the Senate.