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Things have

indeed changed.

Mail-in voting — and its associated crime, ballot harvesting — makes every registered voter a likely voter if the party does the work to make it happen. “Get out the vote” is so passé. The ballots go out, regardless. The trick is getting them back in, appropriately marked. 

… We’re in a very strange situation where high voter turnout helps the Republican nominee, the ballots go out automatically, but GOP voters often remain resistant to the new reality of mail-in votes. 

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Well, Democrats

should be terrified!

A new Wall Street Journal poll found that 30 percent of black men in seven swing states now support former President Donald Trump over Biden. Trump garnered only 12 percent of black male voters in 2020. That’s a monumental shift, which hurts Biden more than it helps Trump, meaning that the traditional coalition of disparate voting groups must hold for a Democrat to win the White House. I’m not suggesting Joe’s toes up, but his campaign does appear to be on life support.

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The data are

convincingly in: Leftism just doesn’t work!

It’s not even an empirical question anymore. The fact that so many people are Leftists is a testament to an anti-empirical stance, along with slick advertising that caters to the recipients’ overweening narcissism.

I mean, the historical evidence is just overwhelming.

Which makes one wonder: at what point can we say that liberalism has definitively, once and for all, failed, so that, like communism and socialism, it can never again be taken seriously as a policy alternative?

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I’m very glad

to see this.

Former President Donald Trump, alongside the Republican National Committee, raised $65.6 million despite concerns about lackluster fundraising compared to Democrats, according to a Politico report.

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Oh yes, Democrats

are facing problems. An existential threat, actually.

“I’ve been very vocal about this,” Carville said. “It’s horrifying our numbers among younger voters, particularly younger blacks, younger Latinos … younger people of color. Particularly males.” 

… “These shifts in the party affiliation of key subgroups provide the demographic backstory for how Democrats went from enjoying significant leads over Republicans between 2012 and 2021, to slight deficits in 2022 and 2023,” the Gallup poll read. 

But remember, they still have election fraud!

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Elections Politics

Democrats

head for the exits! And for good reason…

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Maryland?

You are kidding!

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But is it

true? I mean, of course I hope it is. And observers are obviously seeing something going on. But is it too much to get my hopes up?

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Kinda makes

you think, eh?

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Elections

So let it be written,

so let it be done!

Democrats control the U.S. Senate with a 51-49 majority, but Republicans are looking at a favorable Senate map in 2024, with Democrats defending 23 of the 34 seats up for grabs. Three of those seats are in red states former Donald Trump carried in 2020 — West Virginia, Montana and Ohio.