2018 Elections

SCOTUS

Kobach: A Victory for Clean Elections and a Defeat for Judicial Activism

On Monday, the Supreme Court handed down one of the most important judicial decisions of the year. The Court decided Husted v. A Philip Randolph Institute, et al., holding that Ohio did not violate the National Voter Registration Act (NVRA) when it used voters’ failure to vote for two years as a trigger to contact them to see if they has moved out of the state.

Katy Perry, left, holds the hand of Democratic presidential candidate, Hillary Clinton, right, during a concert at the Mann Center for the Performing Arts, Saturday, Nov. 5, 2016, in Philadelphia. (AP Photo/Julio Cortez)

Democrats Turn to Hollywood to Win Over Voters

Hillary Clinton’s celebrity-backed White House bid in 2016 was an epic failure, so Democrats are doubling down and turning to Hollywood for help to persuaded voters heading to the polls in November. 

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Henry McMaster: Enthusiasm for Trump Compares to a Beatles Concert

South Carolina Gov. Henry McMaster, the first statewide elected official anywhere in America to endorse Donald Trump for president, joined Sirius XM’s Breitbart News Daily on Tuesday – the day of his primary election to keep the office to which he appointed after Nikki Haley joined the administration last year.

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Supreme Court Upholds Ohio’s Ability to Remove Ineligible Voters

The Supreme Court upheld states’ ability and obligations under federal law to remove the names of illegal voters from voter rolls prior to Election Day in case out of Ohio, though election experts caution that the justices’ 5-4 vote highlights the stakes for Republicans’ retaining control of the Senate this November.

LOS ANGELES, CA - NOVEMBER 8: Maryjane Medina, 18, a first time voter, walks up to polling booth to cast her vote at a polling station set-up at Watts Towers Arts Center on November 8, 2016 in Los Angeles, California. (Photo by Irfan Khan/Los Angeles Times via Getty Images)

Texas Democrat Pins Primary Loss on ‘Voter Fraud’

A South Texas Democrat candidate, who lost by six votes in a recent primary runoff, is contesting the race results against the Democrat winner, claiming “irregularities, misconduct, and fraud” impacted the outcome of the election.

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Alec Baldwin: ‘If I Ran for President, I Would Win’

Actor and Saturday Night Live star Alec Baldwin told SiriusXM Howard Stern in an interview on Monday that he would “absolutely” win the presidential election against President Donald Trump.

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‘Moderates’ Reject Amnesty Compromise, Deny Border Upgrades

So-called “moderate” Republicans have rejected proposals to combine their amnesty with popular immigration reforms, including greater use of E-Verify, and border-law changes to reduce migration of people from Central America, says a report in Politico.

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Progressives Enraged by AG Sessions’ Reform of Asylum Law

Pro-migration advocates turned their outrage meter up to max after Attorney General Jeff Sessions reversed President Barack Obama’s rules allowing Central Americans to get asylum if they say they are threatened by domestic violence or by gang violence.

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Amnesty Dispute Exposes Fight Over Labor, Immigration Numbers

Fundamental disputes over the scale of legal immigration and border security are stalling the push by GOP leaders for a quick amnesty deal that could allow some form of legal status to at least 1.8 million young illegals.

Democratic presidential candidate Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., right, waves to the crowd while standing with rapper Killer Mike after speaking onstage at a campaign event at the Fox Theatre Monday, Nov. 23, 2015, in Atlanta. (AP Photo/David Goldman)

Killer Mike: Bernie Sanders ‘Can Beat Trump’ in 2020

Rapper and activist Killer Mike believes Sen. Barnie Sanders deserves another shot at the White House and insists that the longtime politico could beat President Donald Trump in 2020 if the Vermonter decides to run again.