2020 Presidential Election

Incumbent defeats in primaries

BY KARLYN BOWMAN This week, Iowa Republican representative Steve King became the second incumbent this cycle to lose his congressional seat in a primary. State Sen. Randy Feenstra defeated the nine-term incumbent, and the seat is expected to stay in

2020 Presidential Election

Log Cabin Republicans slam Biden’s attack on Trump

On Sunday, Joe Biden acknowledged the International Day Against Homophobia, Transphobia & Biphobia by attacking President Donald J. Trump‘s record on LGBTQ issues.  Many in the gay community are calling the attacks ‘tasteless’ and ‘forgetful’ on the part of the

2020 Presidential Election

What would Trump do in a second term?

BY JAMES PETHOKOUKIS Did Donald Trump take over the Republican Party, or was it the other way around? Yes, Trump’s multi-front trade war was a violent break from GOP economic orthodoxy. But in many other ways on policy, the president

2020 Presidential Election

Yes, Byron Brown should run for President

Mayor Byron Brown, the accomplished four-term Mayor of New York’s second largest City, is being urged by his most inner circle of advisors to enter the Democratic Party’s presidential nominating process later this year. Governor Andrew Cuomo, the Mayor’s longtime

2020 Presidential Election

Judge Lamberth excoriates DOJ in Clinton email case

Judge Lamberth Orders Schedule  for Discovery Within Ten Days (Washington, DC) – Judicial Watch announced today that, in a ruling excoriating both the U.S. Departments of State and Justice, U.S. District Court Judge Royce C. Lamberth has ordered both agencies to join Judicial Watch