If you look up 'Beto' O'Rourke on the internet today with an aim to find a relatively negative article on him, you're going to have to dig deep. You will most likely find various write-ups on the 'new revolutionary face to the Democratic party' that is facing Senator Ted Cruz for Texas Senate, how he's … Continue reading OPINION: Ted Cruz Challenger ‘Beto’ O’Rourke Is A Hack.
On Tuesday, the Democratic National Committee reported an attempted hack of it''s voter database to the Federal Bureau of Investigation. The report, first noted by the Washington Post, came two years after Russian hackers reportedly hacked into the DNC email database and released thousands of emails in the midst of Hillary Clinton’s bid for the … Continue reading Report: Democratic National Committee reports hack to FBI
On November 8th, 2016, Wisconsin shocked the country when it turned red. As a swing state that was highly contested, many Americans believed that Wisconsin would ultimately turn toward the biggest voice that had been echoing from it: Hillary Clinton. Like many states, the major cities within Wisconsin glowed blue: Madison, a university town, and … Continue reading Why You Should Care about Wisconsin’s Primaries
Heading into the midterm elections, the Democratic Party’s leadership announced that fighting corruption will be a central issue in their campaign. This is due to the fact that their base and independent/moderate rural voters care about this issue. The Democrats need the support of both sides if they want to make meaningful gains this November. … Continue reading Corruption & the Democratic Tea Party Moment
Nearly a week after voters in Kansas went to the polls for its primary election, the GOP race for governor has been resolved. Tuesday night, incumbent Gov. Jeff Colyer officially conceded the primary to Kansas Secretary of State Kris Kobach after results left the race too close to call. As of Tuesday night, Colyer trailed … Continue reading Contentious Kris Kobach claims Kansas GOP primary