A dangerous 'ignoramus' who might be president
He isn't the first Democrat to ponder such a scenario but potential 2020 candidate Beto O'Rourke is questioning the need for the U.S. Constitution.
The first job is look after your own personal safety. This is true of nations as well as individuals.
Those who choose to uproot from nations all over the world to come to America and start their lives anew are interested in what is right, not what is wrong. The U.S. is still a land of dreams and opportunity.
It takes a certain blindness to miss the irony in these politicians of the left, who call for honoring and empowering individuals, and choose to do this by making them less free.
Going forward, Republicans need to tune in to black concerns and explain how the best solutions for those concerns are the conservative solutions. It could make all the difference in the outcome of the presidential election in 2020.
Buried in the mounds of data fleshing out what happened in the midterm elections is an interesting take on blacks.
The movement of Democrats farther left, highlighted by the divisiveness of the Kavanaugh hearings, could be a watershed in racial politics – compliments of Senators Cory Booker of New Jersey and Kamala Harris of California.
Sen. Dianne Feinstein's distortion of data points to the agenda driving this new discussion from the left to derail the Kavanaugh vote by any means necessary. Nothing, certainly not facts, will get in their way.
Looking over the last 50 years, there have been failures but also great successes regarding black life in America.
More jobs and opportunity is the supposed "nothingburger" that is now being served up to millions of Americans. Now there's the question about how much credit Trump and the Republican Congress can take for this. If you ask me, they get all the credit.
Senator Susan Collins, and others, tell us that Roe v. Wade is "settled law" and therefore now intrinsically part of American life. To overturn it, they say, would create intolerable disruptions. I reject this bogus idea.
Sorry, it's not my idea of good representation to tell constituents that their lives will be improved if the U.S. becomes more like the failed, problematic, socialist places that many of them, and their forebears, left to come here.
Free speech is not about equality – it's about the pursuit of truth. But when politics is the aim rather than truth, objective law protecting free expression gets flushed.
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