Category Archives: Economic Crisis

The Red-Flag Warning on Your Social Security Statement


                                                         Credit: Larryhw/Dreamstime Re-posted from National Review May 24, 2018 ‘By 2034, the … Continue reading

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Why You Should Ignore Every 2020 Poll


Presidential horse-race polls and rankings in 2014 excluded Trump Re-posted from National Review January 15, 2018   Here is a recent headline that surely confounds young, hip, Democratic women looking forward to fresh, future leadership: “Poll: Biden holds double-digit lead … Continue reading

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Why impeachment will be the most overused word in 2018


Posted on 12/15/17 In 2018 “impeachment” will likely be the most overused word in what is shaping up to be the most contentious midterm election in modern history. The promise of impeaching President Trump could dominate Democratic Party messaging and … Continue reading

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Terry McAuliffe 2020? Name one Democrat who can stop him


This piece first appeared April 25, 2017, on  Washington Examiner . Then Drudge linked to it on June 13, 2017. I say to my friends, “File this away!”) With a recent poll finding that 45 percent of Democrats long for a … Continue reading

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Defending President Trump Is Becoming More Difficult


The author with a Trump cut-out at CPAC March 2016. (This photo is from Myra’s personal archives and did not appear with the National Review piece below.) Re-posted from National Review February 9, 2017 If you believe that the results … Continue reading

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How the Clinton victory party went from coronation to despair


Re-posted from  Washington Examiner. The first public sign that Hillary Clinton’s campaign was unsure of victory was when they canceled the fireworks scheduled for 9 p.m. on election night. As it turned out, there were fireworks on Nov. 8, but … Continue reading

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Ready for Madame President? ‘It’s the Electoral College, stupid.’


Author’s note: This piece originally appeared on National Review, July 12, 2016. Some of the polling data has changed slightly but the general theme still holds. It was during the 1992 presidential election that the famous phrase “It’s the economy, … Continue reading

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