Washington Policy Center
My Pillow

Archive for ‘republicans’

Lessons from the Kavanaugh Climax

For three reasons, confirmation of Brett Kavanaugh has been a damaging disaster for Democrats. First, those Democrats have been indignant in defeat, and America hates sore losers. New talk of impeaching Kavanaugh, or continuing to smear...

Read More

The Key to November: Voter Turnout

The key factor that will decide control of Congress in November’s election isn’t President Trump’s approval rating or the results of the Mueller investigation. It’s election day turnout, where results vary widely from year to...

Read More

Why Democrats Are Suddenly Unforgiving Moralists

An Economist/YouGov poll asks respondents if they’d back “a presidential candidate who has done immoral acts in private life.” Surprisingly, Democrats seemed less forgiving and flexible than Republicans: A full 48% of...

Read More

For Dems, Hunting is Worse than Abortion

A new poll by the Economist/YouGov organization shows glaring contradictions in the way Democrats define morality. On most moral issues, Democrats, take relaxed and tolerant attitudes, with big majorities saying they accept abortion,...

Read More

Conservatives Outnumber Liberals in 39 States

A new Gallup Poll offers encouragement and challenges for Republicans. In the national survey, Americans who describe themselves as “conservatives” still outnumber self-defined “liberals” by significant margins—35...

Read More

Gettysburg Lessons for Trump’s GOP

President Trump and his key Congressional allies are making a disastrous mistake in letting their Democratic opponents select the field of engagement for this year’s struggle for control of Capitol Hill. In so doing, they ignore the...

Read More

Different Roles Divide the Party

As Republicans on Capitol Hill struggle to make progress on healthcare and tax reform, the loudest voices in conservative media rip the GOP’s Congressional leadership for their willingness to compromise on drafting legislation. Actually,...

Read More

Dems’ Gloom May Seal Their Doom

The Democrats used to bill themselves as the party of unshakable optimism with jaunty, confident presidents like FDR or JFK,  “Happy Warriors” like Al Smith and Hubert Humphrey, or the “Man from Hope” himself, Bill Clinton. But a...

Read More

Medhead

Listen Commercial FREE  |  On-Demand
Login Join
Relief Factor

Faith and Freedom

American Federal

Follow Michael

Subscribe to Medved's Newsletter