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Air Claire: Crashing and Burning?

Josh Hawley Rockets to 52, McCaskill 44 in Missouri PAC Poll

Republican Josh Hawley leads incumbent Democrat Sen. Claire McCaskill by eight points in a new poll released Thursday by pro-Hawley SuperPAC Missouri Rising Action. This is a ten point jump for Hawley from the PAC’s June poll.

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Cautiously Optimistic

North Dakota Senate Race

Strategic Research Associates (SRA) found the Republican challenger Rep. Kevin Cramer (51%) leading incumbent Democratic Sen. Heidi Heitkamp (41%) by 10 points. On whether Kavanaugh should be confirmed, SRA found 60% yes vs. 27% no. Among national issues, the SRA poll say an overwhelmingly that 21% of North Dakota voters listed Kavanaugh as their biggest concern. Second was health care at just 13%.

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One of My Greatest Fears

Quinnipiac Poll: House Democrats Are Leading By 12 points

House Democrats are ahead of Republicans 12 percentage points in the lead-up to the November midterm elections, according to a Wednesday Quinnipiac University poll.

If the November midterm elections were held in July, 51 percent of voters say they would vote for a Democrat, compared to 39 percent that would vote for Republicans. Continue reading

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Settled Law?

2018_07 12 Progressives on law

From Mark Crutcher at Life Dynamics:

“This weekend, the rabid pro-abortion senator from Maine, Susan Collins, said that she would not support a nominee to the Supreme Court who is ‘hostile’ to abortion rights because ‘that would mean to me that their judicial philosophy did not include a respect for established decisions, established law.’

“Her argument is that abortion is not even open to discussion since it is ‘settled law.’ From this, we can conclude that, had she been a senator in 1860, she would have voted against any nominee to the Court who was hostile to the right to own slaves. We can also reasonably assume she would have opposed any nominee to the Court who, in the 1900s, supported women’s suffrage. After all, male-only voting had been ‘settled law’ for over 100 years. Continue reading

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About Those Polls

PRESIDENT TRUMP Tops Obama in Approval Numbers at Same Point in His Presidency

President Trump’s approval rating on his second Independence Day is at 48% with likely voters.

And that is with 90% negative coverage from the far left mainstream media.

On Barack Obama’s second Independence Day — despite a fawning media — his approval rating was only at 45%.

It comes down to results. President Trump is delivering on his promises.

https://www.thegatewaypundit.com/2018/07/results-matter-president-trump-tops-obama-in-approval-numbers-at-same-point-in-his-presidency/

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The Media Gets Trumped

2018_05 10 Day 476 approvals + media Continue reading

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A Steep Hill to Climb

The pile of links just keeps a-gettin’ higher. I may have to break this into two different posts. That’s okay, DW isn’t around and there’s nothing on my busy social calendar today. Lucky you.

THE PRESIDENT SPOKE AT THE NATIONAL DAY OF PRAYER AND YESTERDAY ADDRESSED A PACKED HOUSE OF 9,000 AT THE NRA CONVENTION
Worshippers Filled U.S. Capitol to Mark National Day of Prayer
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Bits & Bytes

Here I am catching up AGAIN after being sick AGAIN. I tell ya … I take a few days off to be sick and my kitchen and my email both get totally out of control! Okay, so it was more like a week. But still.

2017_04 08 Red Line toon

SYRIA: It took a Republican president to actually enforce the previous Democrat president’s “red line.”

BREAKING: The Justice Department’s Inspector General has sent a criminal referral to the US Attorney’s office in Washington regarding former FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe’s lack of candor about a Wall Street Journal article concerning the FBI’s Clinton Foundation investigation.

JOBS: The Department of Labor reports that jobless claims fell to 232,000 this month, marking a 45-year low.

TRUMP POLL: A new survey finds white evangelical support of Trump is at an all-time high of 75 percent.

SOCIAL MEDIA: The conservative video blogging duo Diamond and Silk are slated to come to Capitol Hill on April 26 to discuss Facebook’s alleged censorship of their social media content.

PROJECT VERITAS: James O’Keefe says his next undercover investigation will be released in two weeks.

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Bits & Bytes

Remember way back when global warming pundits assured us that snow would be a distant memory by now? The latest “official word” from them now is that global warming is responsible for all the snow. Heh.  Photo: Rose Garden March 21, 2018.

2018_03 21 Rose Garden photo

ECONOMY: Pew Research Center says 53% of Americans currently rate the economy good to excellent. This is the highest in some 18 years.

PROTECTING CRIMINALS: U.S. Rep. Nancy Pelosi believes San Franciscans are all SAFER because of the city’s sanctuary policy. Last month, Oakland Mayor Libby Schaaf warned illegals that ICE was about to do a round-up in the bay area, resulting in 800 illegals avoiding arrest. Since then, three have already gone on to commit new crimes.

IT WAS OKAY WHEN BARACK DID IT: Lefties have been shrieking about President Trump calling Vladimir Putin to congratulate him on winning re-election. The last time Putin won re-election, then-President Obama called to congratulate him.

STUPID RUNS IN THE FAMILY: Hunter Biden, the younger son of Vice President Joe Biden, failed a drug test for cocaine, one month after his commissioning into the Navy Reserve. He has been discharged.

PRO-ABORTS LOSE: Democrat voters in Illinois’ third congressional district narrowly re-elected pro-life Democrat Lipinski 51-49. This, despite the millions of dollars pro-abortion groups — like NARAL, Planned Parenthood, and Emily’s List — poured into his radical pro-abortion opponent’s campaign.

SEX CRIMES: The U.S. Senate voted 97-2 to approve a bill to crack down on sex trafficking. The legislation makes it a crime to operate a facility such as an internet platform with the intent to promote prostitution.

INFRASTRUCTURE: Rep. Bob Gibbs (R-OH) explains that President Trump’s infrastructure plan “takes on the mountain of regulatory hurdles that slow down the projects critical for improving and maintaining our national infrastructure.”

CANADIANS USED TO BE SO NICE:  Throughout Ontario, Canada’s public school, child sex ed curriculum, there is no mention of love or marriage. Instead the curriculum teaches …

… 1st graders to “identify body parts, including genitalia (e.g., penis, testicles, vagina, vulva)”;
… 3rd graders that gender is fluid and same sex parents are normal;
… 5th graders that gender identity and sexual orientation are not under one’s control;
… 6th graders how to masturbate and encouraging them to try it;
… 7th graders about anal and oral sex and that anything that “gives you pleasure” is okay;
… 8th graders to make a ‘personal plan’ for their sexual activity.

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Oops!

Imagine what the approval numbers would look like if the media had simply reported the news.

2018_02 07 Obama v Trump Rasmussen Approval

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