Matt Bevin’s loss doesn’t have anything to do with Trump, and it’s not about ‘conservatives’ versus ‘moderates,’ either. Conservatism embodies middle-class and working-class values. Why not embrace that?
Exposing voters to the ‘transgender sports’ message boosts Matt Bevin’s two-party support by +10 points overall, from 46 percent to 56 percent. The best persuasion targets move +18 points, from 43 percent to 65 percent support.
Identity-fueled policies are showing up wherever Democrats are now in charge, and athletes and employees are getting sick of them.
In the past six months, it has become clear that the battle for the first abortion-free state is going to be fought this year in Kentucky.
Amid national political and cultural divides, on at least criminal justice reform the Left and Right often eschews partisanship.
The Americans most inclined to tap government benefits and to think of welfare as a good thing are also the least likely to participate in the democratic process.
In Kentucky, the first state to adopt Common Core, college professors are protesting that it means teaching woefully unprepared students. A newly elected Matt Bevin will be receptive.
Bankrupting working people and forcing the poor onto horrific health-care programs is hilarious, right?
Conventional wisdom had Matt Bevin losing his governor’s race to Jack Conway. Instead, he won in a landslide. It’s time to admit polling’s limitations.
After Matt Bevin’s victory, Kentucky’s top Democrat gave a rambling speech about Jesus’ politics and how Hillary Clinton is like a horse with a lady jockey.
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