President Biden was slammed for comments that compared illegal immigrants seeking asylum at the U.S. southern border to Jews fleeing Nazi Germany during the Holocaust.
Author: Michael Lee
Non-religious voters becoming larger share of electorate, skew overwhelmingly one way
Non-religious voters continue to increase their influence over the last decade, growing by 10% in 10 years and comprises 22% of all voters in the 2022 election.
Hakeem Jeffries confident he can unite Dems after Pelosi exit, says he has ‘great respect’ for AOC
Rep. Hakeem Jeffries, D-N.Y., is currently running unopposed to be the new leader of House Democrats, expressing optimism he could bring the party together as leader.
Cotton sides with Biden on granting immunity to Saudi crown prince
The Biden administration’s decision to shield Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman from U.S.-based lawsuits was backed by Sen. Tom Cotton, R-Ark, on Fox News Sunday.
One of country’s most liberal cities takes moderate turn after election, pushes back on ‘Defund the Police’
West Hollywood, California, which has long been known as one of the most progressive cities in the country, has taken a more moderate turn after the midterm elections.
Governors rated most conservative easily won re-election
Eight of the country’s top ten conservative governors according to an ALEC report were up for reelection in 2022, with all eight emerging with easy victories Tuesday.
Gov. Abbott’s drubbing of Beto O’Rourke dashes Dem hopes of flipping Texas blue
Democratic challenger Beto O’Rourke failed to build off his narrow loss in the 2018 Texas Senate election, losing to incumbent Gov. Greg Abbott by 11 percentage points.
NYC overwhelmingly passes three ballot measures proposed by the Racial Justice Commission
Three racial New York City ballot measures suggested by the city’s Racial Justice Commission overwhelmingly passed during Tuesday’s midterm elections in the city.
Governors opposed to draconian lockdowns increased margins of victory in 2022
Anti-lockdown governors fared much better in their bids for re-election in 2022 than they did in 2018, winning by an average margin of 18.1 percentage points this year.
GOP could win key Florida county for the first time in two decades
Republicans are threatening to win Florida’s typicall blue Miami-Dade County, which has not voted for a Republican candidate for governor since Jeb Bush two decades ago.