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Election 2016 Will Be Decided By Those Who Loathe Both Candidates

There are many ways to analyze Election 2016 and project how things might turn out. A conventional analysis on the Electoral College, for example, might note that Donald Trump currently has only a very narrow path to winning the needed 270 Electoral Votes. With little margin for error, [...]

By | September 22nd, 2016|Uncategorized|0 Comments

Rasmussen Electoral College Projection: Clinton 248 Trump 190

UPDATED SEPTEMBER 17, 2016 Hillary Clinton's advantage in the Electoral College continues to fade as the race for the White House tightens. The latest Rasmussen Electoral College Projections shows the Democratic nominee leading Donald Trump by a margin of 248 to 190 with 100 votes in play. Just [...]

By | September 17th, 2016|Election 2016--President|0 Comments

Rasmussen Electoral College Projection: Clinton Loses Ground

UPDATED SEPTEMBER 14, 2016 Over the past month, Hillary Clinton has lost most of her advantage in the Electoral College. Five states with 74 Electoral College votes shifted from Leans Clinton to Toss-Up: Florida, Iowa, Nevada, North Carolina, and Ohio. Maine's second Congressional District, with a single vote, [...]

By | September 15th, 2016|Election 2016--President|1 Comment

The Battleground State of Ohio

Fox and Friends First September 13, 2016 Discussing the Battleground State of Ohio with Heather Childers. Over the past six elections, nobody has won more than 51% of the vote in Ohio. And, the state has voted for the winning candidate for 13 consecutive elections. See our discussion [...]

By | September 13th, 2016|Election 2016--President, Media Appearances|0 Comments

Rasmussen Senate Projections: GOP Gains Ground

UPDATED September 12 The Rasmussen Senate projections show that the summer was good for Democrats, but the last couple of weeks are looking better for the GOP. Current projections indicate that both parties can feel good about 45 Senate seats with 10 still in play. That’s unchanged since [...]

By | September 12th, 2016|Election 2016--Senate|0 Comments

Poverty, Inequality, and Opportunity

Last week, I wrote about how our standard of living has grown much faster in recent decades than most people realize. Official statistics show that average income has doubled since the 1970s and research by economist William Nordhaus shows that the reality is even more positive. Our living [...]

By | September 8th, 2016|Economy|0 Comments

What’s at Stake for Trump in Florida? Everything

Fox and Friends First September 6, 2016 Battleground State Analysis with Heather Childers

By | September 6th, 2016|Election 2016--President, Media Appearances|0 Comments

Exploring the Battleground States Every Tuesday Morning

Each Tuesday, beginning this morning, I'll be looking over the Battleground States with Heather Childers on Fox News. Today we discussed Florida, next week Ohio. The message about Florida is simple. It's a must win state for Donald Trump. To win the White House, the GOP nominee must [...]

By | September 6th, 2016|Election 2016--President, Media Appearances|0 Comments

America is Still the Land of Opportunity

America has long been known as the land of opportunity. “When one starts poor,” Abraham Lincoln observed, a “free society is such that he knows he can better his condition.” It’s a theme constantly celebrated in popular culture. In the 19th century, countless Horatio Alger tales told of [...]

By | September 1st, 2016|Economy|0 Comments

Rasmussen Senate Projections: Democrats Take the Lead

UPDATED August 25 The Rasmussen Senate projections show that the summer has been good for Democrats. Current projections indicate that both parties can feel good about 45 Senate seats with 10 still in play. That's a slight improvement since June when the GOP held a 46-45 advantage. However, [...]

By | August 25th, 2016|Election 2016--Senate|0 Comments

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