Four Senate Races to Watch On the Eve of Election Day

This election season has displayed all that is wrong with politics. It’s been like watching a boxing match, with each candidate throwing ever-harder punches in the hopes of knocking the other out. But here we are, twelve rounds later, and both candidates are still standing, still fighting despite being thoroughly beaten, bruised, and bloodied. Sure,…
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Ron Johnson – A Refreshing Throwback to the Days of the Citizen Legislator

It wasn’t too long ago that Senator Ron Johnson’s reelection chances appeared to be a lost cause. It had nothing to do with Johnson, who was a well-liked and extremely productive member of the Senate, and everything to do with the ebbs and flows of politics. The former businessman was swept into the Senate on…
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Democrats Lining Up Behind Proven Losers for 2016

By any measure the 2016 elections are extremely important. The economic recovery—to the extent there is one—is likely to still be balancing on a razor’s edge. The world is in disarray, with Russia pushing its boundaries, Iran becoming a regional power, nations like Iraq and Libya collapsing, Islamic terrorists on the march, and China gathering…
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