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Ken Blackwell: Donald Trump Won the Respect Vote

Donald Trump isn’t the first Republican president denounced as “illegitimate.” The Left spent eight years refusing to get over George W. Bush’s victory in 2000. It was the same issue. He won the election by the rules, but Al Gore had more “popular” votes. That happened again on November 8. But nothing about the election

Gallup: Obama Gets a Minus 9 Percent Final Grade From the Public

Neil Munro, The nation’s overall progress reversed and then slid backwards during the eight years President Barack Obama has been in the White House, according to Gallup’s new survey of American adults. “Asked about the state of the nation over the past eight years, Americans say the U.S. gained ground in four of 19 policy

Americans, Not Moscow, Are Sending President-Elect Trump to the White House

Armstrong Williams, Let’s distinguish fact from fiction and separate out whining from winning.  Vladimir Putin did not elect Donald Trump to serve as the next president of the United States.  The American public did.  Like it or not, Mr. Trump is our official President-elect, and it’s past time for brokenhearted Clinton voters to accept this

Electoral College Daze

Paul Jacob, The election isn’t over yet. Maybe you’ve noticed. Will it ever end? It wasn’t over when media informed us, before October’s early voting had even begun, that the contest was “all but” decided. At that point, Hillary Clinton held a double-digit lead in most of the polls, while prescient TV pundits bantering with

There is no Latino groupthink

Alfonso Aguilar, Liberals have tried very hard to depict the Hispanic community as a monolithic group fully in sync with the agenda of the Left.  Not surprisingly, they assured us that Latinos were so offended by Donald Trump’s rhetoric and proposals on immigration that they would come out in massive numbers on November 8th to

Nevada Voters Choose Electric Power Competition

H. Sterling Burnett, Voters in Nevada overwhelmingly approved a constitutional amendment that would open the state’s electric power market to retail competition. Currently, in Nevada, as in many states, utility companies have monopolies within their respective geographic service areas, with the Nevada Public Utilities Commission, regulating utility prices and other terms of service. In Nevada,

Trump Up By 22,000 Votes in Wisconsin Recount …Proving his point he would win a recount

Day five of the recount is underway in Wisconsin and it’s not looking good for Hillary. Trump has lost 783,341 votes so far. But Hillary’s lost 830,623 votes, for a difference of 47,282 votes. The City of Milwaukee claims absentee ballots still haven’t been recounted. “Milwaukee counts its absentee ballots centrally (not at the polling

Clueless Pelosi: ‘I Don’t Think People Want New Direction’

Jamie White | Infowars, Despite claim, Democratic Party is in historic decline. House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi made a stunning statement that, despite Democrats losing the Senate, House, two-thirds of State Houses, and the Presidency, the American people don’t want the country to go in a new direction. When asked in CBS’s Face the Nation

Ken Blackwell: Election Integrity Matters

President-elect Donald Trump blamed his loss of the popular vote on election fraud. While that’s not likely, it doesn’t matter. Vote fraud is a serious problem that can subvert elections. The Trump administration should put electoral integrity at the top of its agenda. What sets the U.S. apart from so many other nations is that

Voters Pull Emergency Brake on the Globalism Express

Rachel Marsden, As America heads toward the inauguration of President-elect Donald Trump, and as Britain faces its exit from the European Union in the wake of a popular referendum, the backlash against globalization continues around the world. Austria will hold a presidential election on Dec. 4, and polls are predicting a victory for far-right Freedom