Author’s note: This will make more sense if you read Monday’s post: Percentage completion of March: 84 Percent progress to February’s Visitor number: 80 This week I’m deploying a desperate attempt to reach February’s Visitor count by doing one short (read: under 1000 words) post a day with a theme: some kernel of illuminating information… Read More Instructive March Polls for 2020: Day Three — The “FoxHole”
Author’s note: This will make more sense if you read yesterday’s post: Percent completion of March: 81 Percent progress to February’s Visitor number: 76! This week I’m deploying a desperate attempt to reach February’s Visitor count by doing one short (read: under 1000 words) post a day with a theme: some kernel of illuminating information… Read More Instructive March Polls for 2020: Day Two — Iowa!
Author’s note: As my most loyal readers know, I’ve recently enjoyed consecutive monthly growth in this website’s “Visitor” category, which measures the number of people that come to the site each day. (It should not be confused with “Views,” which measures total clicks. One visitor can read 10 things on any given day, but that only… Read More Instructive March Polls for 2020: Day One — Trump’s Re-Election Numbers
“If whatever Mueller unearths only singles out people at the sub-Trump level while finding no evidence the President did anything wrong, the left, which has also already made up its mind, will still deem him guilty by association, ignorance, or both.” –Presidential Politics for America — September 16, 2018 “While few people know what Mueller… Read More Saturday Special: The Mueller Report is Complete
It’s either a great idea or a terrible one. I keep vacillating. By the end of this Quick Hit, I hope to have settled on one. Over the last few days, a couple big pieces of Biden-related news have leaked. First: he’s made up his mind. Biden now tells supporters and potential donors that he’ll enter the… Read More Quick Hit Friday: Biden-Abrams Speculation…
Yesterday, I noted how rare it was for a political official who, like Beto O’Rourke, has topped out in the House of Representatives to then go on to have a strong run at the presidency. I then shared a few of those admirable runs, though none won a major party’s nomination. In fact, only five… Read More The Most Successful Presidential Runs From House Members: Part II
On Thursday, Beto O’Rourke announced his candidacy for the 2020 Democratic nomination. I didn’t respond with a post since just a few days earlier I shared his spot (#2) in my first 2020 Power Rankings. I assumed that he’d run, despite his high-profile hemming, hawing, and Hamleting. What did catch me off guard, however, was… Read More Beto O’Rourke Is In, But How Successful Have House Members Been?