Tag Archives: Supreme Court

Apparently, You Don’t Have to Work Hard to Be President

Rob Meyne

  • Nov. 8, 2020
  • 5 min read

As we predicted, the 2020 election will make history. At this point, no winner is certified, although some media outlets have called Biden the winner. Although much of this story remains to be written, let’s offer a few observations as of today.

First, there was no blue wave. Whatever happens to the presidential contest, those who repeatedly predicted a Democratic landslide were wrong. Notably, many of those who were wrong on this point are former Republicans, RINOs, previously relevant prognosticators like Bill Kristol, or failed national candidates like Mitt Romney. Most of these anti-Trumpers predicted Trump would crash and burn and bring the entire GOP slate with it. They could not have been more wrong.

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NEWSFEED FRIDAY: Consequences of a President Beto Gun Grab?

J Robert Smith

  • Sept. 20, 2019
  • 3 min read

“You listen to a justice like Antonin Scalia, not the most liberal justice who’d served on the Supreme Court, and even he found that there is no absolute guarantee under the Second Amendment and that the government does have a power to regulate those kinds of weapons that are extraordinarily unusual or deadly,” the former Texas congressman said on CNN Wednesday night.

— Beto O’Rourke, CNN, via Fox News, September 19, 2019
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