‘There are two kinds of Democrats here: blue-collar Democrats and the sort-of intellectual elite Democrats who obviously didn’t represent the blue-collar Democrats.’
The most interesting story in Washington, D.C. sports in 2020 is what the divergence between its two fanbases says about our increasingly divided nation.
Their cockiness can be seen in the degree to which Democrats act as if they have stopped caring about persuading swing voters.
Henry Olsen’s argument that Ronald Reagan and Donald Trump are comparable as presidents is not only risible but insulting to the 40th president.
A year ago this week I drove through Ohio and Pennsylvania talking to people about the election. It wasn’t hard to see why many of them wanted Trump.
The last thing Middle America wants is to be lectured by television elites in their own living rooms. Will that be the new ‘Roseanne,’ or can it transcend that Hollywood habit?
Kid Rock starts out with an advantage in the Detroit area that no other Republican has ever enjoyed. He is a matchup nightmare for Debbie Stabenow and I promise you, she knows it.
Democrats lost because they swung too far left and abandoned white, working-class voters. If they don’t change course, they’ll become the Green Party.
Turnout in rural and suburban areas across the Midwest propelled Trump to victory in states he wasn’t supposed to win. The key to his appeal was respect.
Pennsylvania wasn’t supposed to be a swing state, but decades of industrial decline and Trump’s promises of protectionism might put the state in play.
The cowardice of the Republican Party and its allies has embittered people who love America’s heritage and see it as necessary for preserving free government. They see Trump as a champion.
Donald Trump is deeply unpopular with college-educated voters, a group the Republican Party needs to recapture the White House.
It is because I am a son of the working class, and because I am from Chicopee, that I am so hard on the working-class men who support Donald Trump.
At last, there’s an emerging, rueful understanding that Donald’s Trump’s support is possibly not a function of racism, bigotry, and xenophobia.
An analysis of women voters suggests some ripe ground for conservatives to plant seeds and reap a vote harvest.
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