Last night’s Supreme Court decision to let Texas abortion law stand effectively undermines Republican chances in the coming elections of 2022 and 2024.
The Biden ratings crash caused by the disastrous withdrawal from Afghanistan is now over. The page has been turned. Now, it’s going to be all about abortion.
It’s a common mistake for leaders of nations to suppose that their one-time international rivals are, at heart, reasonable people with whom they can do business.
The CDC says that only 125,000 Americans who have been fully vaccinated have come down with Delta/COVID breakthrough infections. Only 6,600 have been hospitalized, and 1,262 have died. (This information is incomplete since 11 states don’t file reports.)
Andrew Cuomo’s extermination of more than ten thousand nursing home patients by forcing them to share their facilities with highly contagious COVID patients and his increasingly notorious sexually predatory conduct make his re-election no foregone conclusion, even in deep blue New York State. Many solidly Democratic states have elected Republican governors…and keep re-electing them.
In the debt limit battles during the Obama administration, the Democrats were able to get the upper hand by saying, “You voted to spend the money, now you can’t vote against borrowing to pay for it.” But now the Democrats are spending the money with no Republican support. Republicans should say, “We did not vote for your spending, and we won’t vote for your borrowing to pay for it.”