By the time this primary is over, Democrats will make it mandatory for every American who lives in a state that voted for Donald Trump to give away our guns to a couple getting gay-married so they can force us to bake their wedding cake while we sign over our health insurance coverage to illegal aliens as our kids disappear forever on a bus headed to wherever Dylann Roof voted for them to attend school. … [Read more...] about Nolte: 2020 Democrat Candidates’ 21 Most Insanely Scary Proposals
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So, in 2011, I started Venture for America, a nonprofit that placed recent graduates in cities such as Birmingham, New Orleans, Cleveland, and Detroit -- giving them the chance to support local businesses and create jobs in these areas. I wanted to create a path for smart young people to go out and build things, not toil away on corporate mergers that just shifted money from one millionaire's account to another. … [Read more...] about In their own words: The 2020 Democratic candidates share their stories
One of them, Joe BidenJoe BidenSanders fires back at Trump: Polling surge 'means you're going to lose' Buttigieg picks up Iowa congressman's endorsement ahead of caucuses Kerry: Sanders is 'distorting' Biden's record over vote for Iraq war MORE, has considerable background in foreign policy. He was chairman of the Foreign Relations Committee while a U.S. senator and an international trouble shooter for eight years as Barack ObamaBarack Hussein ObamaBarack Obama urges help for Puerto Rico: 'I hope you'll support their recovery' Has Facebook learned nothing? Biden is the Democrats' 'only hope' to defeat Trump MORE’s vice president. … [Read more...] about It’s time for the Democratic candidates to talk more about national security
In 1980, a new coalition emerged — the Reagan coalition. Ronald Reagan brought together diverse interests that also had one thing in common: They all had a grievance with the federal government. It included suburban taxpayers, business interests, white backlash-voters, religious conservatives, gun owners, anti-communist intellectuals and men. They were hostile to the federal government for different reasons — taxes, regulations, activist federal judges, civil rights laws, limits on risk-taking, gun restrictions. They all agreed with Reagan when he said at his first inaugural, “Government is not the solution to our problem. Government is the problem.” … [Read more...] about The Democrats’ strategy conundrum: a ‘movement’ or a coalition?
In 2008, then-Sen. Barack ObamaBarack Hussein ObamaWe can't let 'white nativism' politics cloud 2020 election Obama should apologize for shameful cash payment to Iran Biden trounces other 2020 candidates in poll of black Democrats MORE was able to assemble a broad coalition of voters that delivered him a massive Electoral College win, defeating Sen. John McCainJohn Sidney McCainOvernight Defense: Pompeo defends intel on Soleimani strike | Iraqi PM tells US to start working on plan for withdrawal | Paul, Graham feud deepens over Trump war powers Graham, Paul rift deepens over Trump's war powers The 5 most vulnerable senators in 2020 MORE 365 to 173. Critical to that victory was the fact that Obama won the largest share of white support of any Democrat since Jimmy Carter in 1976, including winning 54 percent of young white voters. Obama also received a record-breaking 96 percent of black voter support and held McCain to breaking even with suburban voters, a key voting bloc that … [Read more...] about Biden is the Democrats’ ‘only hope’ to defeat Trump