Democrat presidential field effectively down to Biden and Sanders following Super Tuesday

By Dave Andrusko  If you ever needed a reminder that politics can turn on a dime, the events of the last  four days provides it many times over Tossed aside as politically dead just last week, pro-abortion former Vice President Joe Biden is basking in the glow of a startling turn of events, beginning with …

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CNN Fears Dems Can’t Reconcile Generational Divide in Their Base

By Nicholas Fondacaro As CNN host Jake Tapper pointed out during the network’s Super Tuesday coverage, there was an obvious generational divide between the Bernie Sanders (I-VT) wing of the Democratic Party and former Vice President Joe Biden’s (D). “Younger voters overwhelmingly are with Bernie Sanders … And older voters are overwhelmingly with Joe Biden.” Sharing …

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What every Pro-Life Candidate needs to know about Abortion

By Karen Cross, NRL Political Director You’re running for Congress! Congratulations! Undoubtedly, you’re going to be asked about your position on abortion by a constituent, in a debate, or by the media. Are you prepared for the inevitable question? Or do you feel like a deer caught in the headlights? Following are a few pointers …

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On eve of Super Tuesday, Klobuchar joins Buttigieg and Steyer in dropping out

By Dave Andrusko You could sense the screws tightening, even before Saturday’s big victory for former Vice President Joe Biden in the South Carolina primary. The Democrat Party Establishment is desperate to prevent Democratic Socialist Sen. Bernie Sanders (like all of the presidential aspirants pro-abortion to the core )from becoming its presidential nominee. The thinking …

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South Carolina: the preface to a wild and potentially game-changing “Super Tuesday”

By Dave Andrusko The dawning realization that it is possible Democratic Socialist Sen. Bernie Sanders may accumulate a virtually insurmountable lead in delegates following March 3’s  “Super Tuesday” is increasing the hysteria among the leadership in the Democrat party and their unending number of media supporters. The immediate prize is the vote in South Carolina …

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Pro-abortion Sen. Amy Klobuchar is not “Minnesota Nice” to unborn babies

Same abortion-on-demand, paid for by taxpayers,  as the rest of the Democrats running for President By Dave Andrusko I’m from Minnesota, and when we go back home once or twice a year, there is a favorite little restaurant we patronize at least twice every visit. It’s an incredible coincidence, but I have seen pro-abortion Sen. Amy …

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Panicky Morning Joe Crew: Bloomberg Must ‘Get Out’ of Race Now!

By Mark Finkelstein By the time the Morning Joe crowd is finished, there might be no one left in the Democrat field! Over the last week, Scarborough & Co. have been urging Elizabeth Warren and Amy Klobuchar to drop out. But as of Thursday, Morning Joe‘s got a new target for the get-out treatment: Mike Bloomberg. Scarborough riffed off …

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Party Establishment panicking at prospect of Sanders as the Democrats’ presidential nominee

By Dave Andrusko  Sometimes the juxtaposition of news stories is so unintentionally revealing it is enough to leave you bent over in laughter. In this case, both come from the pro-abortion down-to-the-last-pixel New York Times. Both were posted today. First—and I know you will think I am making this up– David Wasserman has a story …

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Seven pro-abortion Democrats to debate tonight in South Carolina

By Dave Andrusko Even if you don’t follow presidential politics, tonight’s debate  in Charleston, South Carolina featuring seven pro-abortion Democrats qualifies as must-watch television. Those seven are Democratic-Socialist Sen. Bernie Sanders; former Vice President Joe Biden; billionaires Tom Steyer and Mike Bloomberg (former New York Mayor);  Sen. Elizabeth Warren; Sen. Amy Klobuchar ; and former South Bend, Indiana, …

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Trump’s approval numbers continue to rise while Democrats clobber one another in Wednesday’s presidential debate

By Dave Andrusko “Now that the stage is narrowed to six candidates, we encourage each of you to directly engage with each other on the issues.”– Lester Holt, chief moderator of 9th Democratic debate Holt got his wish…and much, much more. With one conspicuous exception, last night’s debate in Las Vegas was exactly what you …

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Morning Joe on Debate: Trump ‘Big Winner in Spades,’ Donny’s ‘Absolutely Panicked’

By Mark Finkelstein  Pity the poor liberal media. The Democrats staged a nasty debate last night, and the man who emerged the “big winner” was none other than… President Trump! So said Joe Scarborough and Donny Deutsch on today’s Morning Joe. Willie Geist said “They tore the skin” off of Michael Bloomberg. Making matters much worse, …

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Sanders surges and Bloomberg makes his first appearance on stage in tonight’s Democrat presidential debate

By Dave Andrusko To be candid, I find the debates among the Democrat presidential candidates so tedious, I usually jump in for a few minutes before jumping out and then read the transcript the next day.  But not tonight. Only six  candidates qualified for tonight’s debate in Nevada, starting at 9pm Eastern Standard Time. The …

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