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Can Republicans Turn Purple Districts Red in 2020?

Can Republicans Turn Purple Districts Red in 2020?

    By Elise Cooper Republicans lost the majority in the House of Representatives during the 2018 elections.  Many argue that the reason was that President Trump was not on the ballot.  American Thinker decided to use the 49th Congressional District of California as an example of a red district going blue after sixteen years.  Brian Maryott, who is the […]

Black Americans Speak Out on George Floyd and the Riots

Black Americans Speak Out on George Floyd and the Riots

By Elise Cooper George Floyd was killed by excessive force by a police officer in Minneapolis.  Across the board, Americans were outraged.  Peaceful protests arose, but with the protests came forces that initiated violence by killing innocents and police, burning buildings, destroying property, and stealing.  American Thinker interviewed black Americans for their feelings of what is happening in this […]

Sen. Jeff Sessions: Trump Is Right on Muslim Immigration Ban

Sen. Jeff Sessions: Trump Is Right on Muslim Immigration Ban

By Elise Cooper  Once again Donald Trump has opened a dialogue about a controversial issue.  As he did with illegal immigration, he has brought to the forefront his desire to keep Americans safe by temporarily banning Muslims from entering the U.S.  His critics are from the left and right, calling him a divider and a […]

Who Is to Blame for the Latest Terror Attack?

Who Is to Blame for the Latest Terror Attack?

By Elise Cooper, June 16, 2016 Once again Americans face the horrific tragedy of a terrorist attack: this past weekend, at least fifty died, with over forty wounded.  American Thinker interviewed some retired FBI agents and police commissioners to understand why it happened, if it could have been prevented, and what to do going forward.  Both presidential […]

A Look at the Dysfunctional Relations between Women and Men

A Look at the Dysfunctional Relations between Women and Men

Book Review By Elise Cooper, May 9, 2016 . Tied Up in Knots by Andrea Tantaros discusses relations between men and women in America, and how they have become dysfunctional. The changes within the feminist movement have affected how each gender reacts towards each other regarding intimacy, authenticity, kindness, respect, discretion, and above all commitment. Readers […]

Compare and Contrast: John Kennedy vs. Barack Obama on Passing the Buck

Compare and Contrast: John Kennedy vs. Barack Obama on Passing the Buck

By Elise Cooper, October 24, 2015   PT 109 by William Doyle highlights the combat incident that influenced John F. Kennedy for the rest of his life.  This book, written about fifty years after the bestselling book of the same name by Robert Donavan, charted Kennedy’s brush with death, his leadership skills, and how the experience […]