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Holiday Blessings From the Democrat Party

Holiday Blessings From the Democrat Party

  By Wayne Allyn Root My Thanksgiving column listed quite a few reasons to be thankful for President Donald J. Trump. But I’m still in a holiday mood. And the Democrat Party’s presidential candidates deserve credit too for delivering holiday blessings too.  I’m thankful the Democrat party’s candidates are so awful. Even Barack Obama is disgusted. […]

Democratic Candidates Are Running a Race of Authenticity

Democratic Candidates Are Running a Race of Authenticity

  By Victor Davis Hanson An epidemic of false identities, massaged resumes and warped ancestries has broken out among the current Democratic presidential primary candidates. Senator Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) for years claimed Native American ancestry. An embattled Warren ironically took a DNA test that only proved her critics’ contention that she was no more of […]

Democratic Candidates Aren’t on a Winning Track

Democratic Candidates Aren’t on a Winning Track

  By Victor Davis Hanson Presidential candidates from both parties usually sound hard-core in the primaries to appeal to their progressive or conservative bases. But for the general election, the nominees move to the center to pick off swing voters and centrist independents. Voters put up with the scripted tactic as long as a candidate […]

Democratic candidates for California governor reveal positions on single-payer health care and education

Democratic candidates for California governor reveal positions on single-payer health care and education

by Chris Reed The 2018 governor’s race got off to an informal start last week with candidate forums in Anaheim and San Francisco. Former San Francisco mayor Gavin Newsom leads all gubernatorial candidates in polling and fundraising. A September Berkeley IGS survey showed he had support from 26 percent of likely voters, followed by Republican businessman John Cox with 11 percent. […]

“Good Club” Oxnard candidates night

“Good Club” Oxnard candidates night

By George Miller and Dan Pinedo The local Oxnard Democratic Club, which calls itself “The Good Club,” presented most (18) of its local candidates for nine offices this week at the downtown “Cafe on A” at this well-organized event. Some other candidates didn’t make it, but it is clear that the majority of Oxnard office […]