So I was way off with my predictions. The only thing that went my way yesterday was Nevada. Here, Clinton won. Catherine Cortes Masto defeat Joe Heck to keep Harry Reid’s seat […]
Click the map to create your own at 270toWin.com Two months ago, I would have predicted Clinton getting closer to the 350 mark. I think it is still possible, but I also […]
In Idaho, you can register to vote at the polls as long as you can show that you have resided in Idaho for the 30 previous days. This far into Fall semester, […]
A number of evangelical writers who are opposed to Trump and Hillary find themselves in the situation that one of the two candidates they oppose will become our next president. Knowing that […]
People continue to pile horrible criticisms on Hillary Clinton, even people who say they will vote for her. All of Clinton’s political rivals and many of her supporters (some reluctant #NeverTrumpers) cannot stand her. . . . Why?
by Derek Willis ProPublica, Oct. 25, 2016, 10:08 a.m. Here’s how I learned that someone voted as me in the 2012 general election. On March 26, 2014, three investigators from Maryland’s […]
by Alec MacGillis ProPublica, Oct. 22, 2016, 2:30 p.m. Even as Hillary Clinton appears poised to win easily against a highly erratic candidate with a campaign in meltdown, a sobering reality […]
We are well beyond the point of his words presenting a clear and present danger. Trump is a threat to the safety and security of this country from outside forces, but he is also a threat to the safety of large portions of the US population because he has emboldened Alt-Right extremists and hate groups.
Jacob Lupfer, at Religion News Service, has made a case for outreach to the evangelical community by the Clinton campaign and Democrats in general. As a Christian pastor I appreciate the sentiment […]
Why take all this time to break down a straight-forward graph of presidential candidates and their trustworthiness? Because I want the world to understand that I know Hillary Clinton is a liar.
Like Abraham Lincoln and Lyndon Johnson before, Hillary Clinton’s candidacy for the president sits at a vital crossroads in American history.
I have a number of friends on the left whose judgement I trust. The bulk are voting for Hillary but not an insubstantial number are voting for Jill Stein or Gary Johnson. […]