Have you voted yet? Final reflections on the 2018 Midterm elections

By Dave Andrusko Like almost all of you, I voted this morning and, I’m guessing, like almost all of you, the lines at my polling station were long. Neither I nor anyone else can tell you who that benefits—pro-abortion Democrats or pro-life Republicans. (Tomorrow I will tell you why I believe they are a very …

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President Trump: “We celebrate the life-changing act of adoption”

Editor’s note. The following is the “Presidential Proclamation on National Adoption Month, 2018” During National Adoption Month, we recognize the immeasurable love and support that adoptive parents and families provide to hundreds of thousands of children each year. We celebrate the life-changing act of adoption, bring attention to the millions of Americans who are eager …

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12 days out and “prognosticators” are already backpedaling about the “Blue Wave”

By Dave Andrusko Just a quick aside. The Trump-hating New York Times has a feature it calls “The Conversation” where two opinion columnists talk about a series of topics once every other week. The chat Tuesday is—even by the Times’ standards—unhinged. The loathing for President Trump has short-circuited their brains. Which in a sense is …

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Trump’s approval numbers continue to grow; media tries to dismiss importance for mid-term elections

By Dave Andrusko Before I offer some thoughts on a very encouraging new Wall Street Journal/NBC News poll, let me just throw this out as food for thought (or to choke on, I suppose). Let’s say, for the sake of discussion, Jenna Johnson, the Washington Post reporter whose story I read this morning, was writing …

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Lots to say about today’s avalanche of anti-Trump newspaper editorials

By Dave Andrusko Depending on who’s counting (or has the time to do an exhaustive search), between 200 and 300 newspapers sharpened their already razor-sharp knives today to slice and dice President Trump. As a near First Amendment absolutist, my response (for what it’s worth) is bully for them. From the New York Times to …

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Have 100+ newspapers really thought through how it looks to collectively bash President Trump?

By Dave Andrusko This is the last post of the day and, as per custom, is (hopefully) brief. Yesterday, under the headline “Boston Globe calls for August 16 uniform editorial attack on President Trump,” I wrote about the forthcoming coordinated media assault on President Trump. From my vantage point, the battle was less between the …

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Don’t buy the narrative, it’s just intended to help pro-abortion Democrats

By Dave Andrusko For the last post of the week (as I often do), a few thoughts about President Trump’s approval rating and what is known as the “generic ballot“ where pollsters ask people which party they would support in a congressional election without tying the question to specific candidates. Why? The November mid-term elections …

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Trump reaches 50% approval in latest Rasmussen survey

By Dave Andrusko A quick post about President Trump’s approval numbers. Rasmussen Reports surveys tend to give the President higher numbers because they do not ask “adults” or “registered voters” but “likely voters.” But what is also true, as was pointed out today by Jim Hoft, is that President Trump’s approval number of 50% is …

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Dramatically minimizing the pro-abortion impact of a “President Hillary Clinton”

By Dave Andrusko By almost all accounts, pro-life President Donald Trump will announce his nominee to replace retiring Supreme Court Justice Anthony Kennedy on Monday. Like many of you, I’ve read dozens of stories about the potential impact, ranging from not-so-much to (from the pro-abortion perspective) apocalyptic. What we can be sure of is the …

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President Trump to announce Supreme Court nominee July 9

By Dave Andrusko As you can imagine, the retirement of Justice Anthony Kennedy and the all-guns-blazing resistance that has already begun by pro-abortionists were topics of great interest at last week’s annual National Right to Life Convention in Kansas City, Kansas. There will be endless speculation over the specific candidate pro-life President Trump will nominate. …

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President Trump’s approval highest in a year

By Dave Andrusko During the opening sessions of the 2018 National Right to Life Convention, attendees have been delighted to be reminded about all that pro-life President Trump has accomplished for our Movement. We will be writing about that again later today. Very much noting, although he is the object of 24/7 criticism by virtually …

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