The Democratic Convention opened the door for the Trump campaign to run on a central theme: belief in America.
The dour pessimism which oozed from every orifice at the convention sets up a beautiful contrast between the two candidates and their parties: optimism v. pessimism; belief in America v. doubt about America.
It is time to shut down the campus parties.
The number of new COVID-19 cases in our nation’s universities and colleges has soared to 27,000 with 64 deaths as campuses reopen for the fall.
The most recent Ipsos-ABC poll reveals an important fact about the upcoming election: The selection of Kamala Harris as Biden’s vice-presidential candidate is a big mistake that could cost him the election.
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The states are considering whether or not to reopen schools in September.
In 2004, Republicans felt there was only one issue: terrorism. Democrats belittled the topic and yearned for a return to “normal” times in the nation’s politics.
In a dramatic role reversal, in 2020, Democrats feel that only one issue dominates: the coronavirus. Republicans play the same role Democrats did in 2004 — trying to get past the virus issue and back to more normal times.