PowerLine Daily Digest – • Rubio Crushes Clinton In Minnesota
As for analogous elections, we shouldn’t discount 1968. That year, in which there was a third party candidate (George Wallace) albeit of a very different sort than Bloomberg, the Republican (Richard Nixon) prevailed thanks to turmoil among the Democrats. The turmoil resulted from a bitter race between a leftist insurgent (Gene McCarthy) and the establishment favorite (Hubert Humphrey), following the unexpected exit of the original favorite for the nomination (President Lyndon Johnson) and the assassination of a candidate (Robert Kennedy) who might have bridged the left and the establishment.
Senator John Cornyn Refugee Screening Reform Blocked by Democrats January 22, 2016 ABOUT ISSUES SERVICES VOTES PRESS CONTACT The Lonestar Weekly Refugee Screening Reform Blocked by Democrats This week Senate Democrats blocked the Senate from considering the American SAFE Act, a bipartisan bill that passed the House of Representatives in response to the growing concerns of Texans and Americans about… Read more »
Congressman Phil Roe, M.D. – The Second Amendment Doesn’t Stop at the State Line Website | About Phil | First District | Constituent Services | Newsroom | Issues | Legislation | Contact Me The Second Amendment Doesn’t Stop at the State Line On December 22, 2015, Virginia Attorney General Mark Herring announced that the Commonwealth of Virginia would stop honoring… Read more »