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Everybody Hates Liz Cheney
Julie Kelly, American Greatness
As she prepares to leave the halls of Congress and embark on a new political adventure—either landing a lucrative gig at a NeverTrump outlet funded by the Left or plotting a run for president in 2024—Cheney is a hero only in her own mind. Pimped by the Democrats, used by the news media, abandoned by Republicans, and disliked by the public, Cheney, like her father, might have managed to tick off almost everyone on her way out the door.

Cruz: Democrats Hate Herschel Walker ‘Because He’s a Black Man Who’s a Conservative’
Lauren Shank, CNS News
"Why do the Democrats hate Herschel so much? ... [Democrats] want to punish Herschel for daring to speak out because they're scared of him. Because when he wins and, Sean [Hannity], I believe he's going to win, he is going to be a national leader that is going to resonate across the country, in the African-American community, with young people, and with Americans all over the country who are fed up with the direction we're going.”

Walker and Warnock Tied in Latest Georgia Senate Runoff Poll
Admin (Arjun Singh, Daily Caller), The Star News Network
A new survey of likely voters in Georgia’s Senate runoff election reveals that Sen. Raphael Warnock and ex-athlete Herschel Walker are statistically tied, showing little movement from the Nov. 8 general election. The survey, conducted by a consortium of pollsters led by COMPETE Digital, a progressive organization, reported that 50% would vote for either candidate. It paints the runoff as a true tossup just days before the election.

Brutality Beckons in Beijing, Poltroonery Prevails in Washington
Scott McKay, The American Spectator
Our elites are trash. Cultural, economic, and political. Change is coming. Those protests in China, which will be violently crushed by the Winnie the Pooh minions in hazmat suits, if not by the real thugs the regime employs, are nevertheless the endgame awaiting awful regimes. People are less and less interested in propping up failure, and failure is everywhere. The breakdowns always follow the lockdowns, and the winds always change.

Trapped by Apple—a Tale of the Great Reset
Roger L. Simon, The Epoch Times
What all this adds up to is Apple and the rest of Big Tech cooperating with the Biden administration in the big lie that domestic terrorists (Trump et al) are the threat to democracy when they themselves are. True democracy, whether manifest as a democratic republic or otherwise, has become an inconvenience for them in the march to globalism and the “Great Reset.” Most of us have needles in our arms courtesy of Big Tech and Big Pharma.

Reports of Donald Trump’s demise are premature
Michael Goodwin, New York Post
To many Americans, prosecuting a former president on anything less than convincing evidence would be final proof that the government is rigged. If his enemies really want to see Donald Trump fade, they should follow the well-worn political advice to step aside and be quiet when your opponent is committing suicide. Because that’s what Trump is doing, with his rotten choice of dinner companions, the latest sign he’s losing his touch.


Is Congress Poised to Investigate Whitmer Fednapping Hoax?
Julie Kelly, American Greatness
As the Democrats' January 6 narrative continues to crumble amid revelations numerous FBI informants were embedded in so-called militia groups—mirroring what happened in the Gov. Whitmer entrapment operation at the same time—months before the Capitol protest, it’s imperative that congressional investigators uncover all similarities between the two events. Justice for the innocent individuals preyed upon in both situations demands it.

Will Someone Please Do a Twitter to Disney?
Scott McKay, The American Spectator
Disney ought to soon be ripe for a hostile takeover and a near-total shakeout of its middle and upper management. Disney needs a total makeover of its corporate model and a reorientation as the institution it was created to be. Much like the effect Elon Musk’s increasingly hostile takeover of Twitter has produced. Less wokeness, if not none. Much less political activism. Zero grooming, ever again. More values-oriented entertainment.

Respect for Marriage Act: Why religious liberty deserves protection and my amendment will provide it
Sen. Mike Lee, Fox News
The religious protections in my amendment offer the path toward achieving the civility necessary for a pluralistic society to thrive. Therefore, I'm hopeful that my friends and colleagues can come together, united by a shared commitment to tolerance and mutual respect, to support my amendment. There’s no reason Congress can’t protect same-sex marriage without sacrificing religious liberty. My amendment should be adopted immediately.

Glenn Youngkin for president? To be determined
Frank Cannon, The Washington Times
Anyone who declares that there is “no federal role on abortion” will not be taken seriously as a viable leader of the Republican Party. This logic stands for races in the House and Senate, and the same is true for the president. Mr. Youngkin has done great work in catapulting parental rights to the national stage — anyone who opposes federal legislation protecting the rights of parents probably wouldn’t make it through a primary either.

House Republicans weigh Pentagon funding battle over 'woke' military policies
Sarah Westwood, Washington Examiner (Restoring America)
House Republicans are weighing an effort to tie next year’s funding for the Pentagon to demands that include ending the military’s vaccine mandate and increasing scrutiny of where U.S. aid to Ukraine has gone. House conservatives have pushed their fellow Republicans to punt a vote on the final version of the NDAA to January, when the GOP will control the lower chamber. House GOP leaders have signaled they may be on board with the plan.

Transgender Psychologist: ‘Serious Error in Judgment’ for Schools to Hide Gender Transitions from Parents
Susan Berry, PhD, The Star News Network
A California-based transgender psychologist has filed an amicus brief against a Maryland school district. “It’s well established that one of the most important factors in helping gender-questioning children is family support,” the psychologist, who now uses the name Erica Anderson, Ph.D., told Fox News. “So to deliberately deprive a child of support at a time potentially when they most need it is, I think, a serious error in judgment.”


People Need to Defend Right to Vote or Lose Freedoms: True the Vote Co-founder
Ella Kietlinska and Joshua Philipp, The Epoch Times
Catherine Engelbrecht, co-founder of the election integrity group True the Vote; and Greg Philips, TTV board member; were detained on the orders of the federal judge. Engelbrecht told The Epoch Times she took many lessons from this incident, with one of the most valuable being “how precious freedom really is, and how seriously we ought to take our civic duties and our responsibility to vote and our responsibility to stay engaged.”

Was Trump Our Captain Queeg?
Victor Davis Hanson, American Greatness
Trump was not just obsessed with his own hurt and wallowing in his victimization. But he was also a victim of a despicable effort of permanent government officials, the media, and the Left to destroy a presidency before it had even begun. Trump’s political future now hinges on his ability to forget all that, to move ahead, to unite his party, to win back independents, to get out the vote and to advance a concrete agenda for America.

The Case Against Everyone Else 2024 – Part 1
Kurt Schlichter, Townhall
Folks, channel Sen. Tom Cotton, who wisely passed on in 2024 The 2024 election is going to be between Donald Trump and Ron DeSantis and their alternative visions of what the Republican Party should be. That is the primary we need. If you are just trying to get some spotlight time to be the VP pick, don’t – Rick Grenell should be the VP. The 2024 GOP primary needs to be serious, and if your name ain’t Ron or Don you just ain’t serious.

Arizona’s Election Bungle
Tom Raabe, The American Spectator
Question: Are Arizona election officials so incompetent that, even after all the problems in the 2020 election, they could manage to royally screw up another election? Wrote Phil Boas, Arizona Republic columnist, “This was not a ‘glitch,’ nor was it mere ‘technical problems’ as some have called it. This was a largescale system meltdown on a day everyone knew for months would be thronged with MAGA voters who don’t trust early ballots.”

Rep. Clyburn Compares Legal Gun Purchases to Slavery
Susan Jones, CNS News
Rep. Clyburn: "[J]ust because it's legal does not make it the right thing. I tell people all the time, the institution of slavery was legal, but it was not right. Just because they purchased these weapons legally does not mean that's what the law ought to be... Let's protect the American people from demented people and make sure that we put some safety and security in people's -- when they're shopping, when they're sitting in churches."

Trump gets played in Mar-a-Lago dinner with Kanye West, Nick Fuentes, and Milo Yiannopoulos
Byron York, Washington Examiner
What seems more likely is that Trump did not have any clear intention for the dinner. So why did he take part in it? For one thing, he loves celebrities, and Kanye West, even damaged Kanye West, is a celebrity. Trump also loves flattery, and West had said all those nice things about Trump on TV. And at the dinner, Fuentes was a veritable flattery machine, repeatedly telling Trump how great Trump was. That might be all there was to it.


The Same Old, Same Old Déjà vu
Victor Davis Hanson, PJ Media
There will be more post-election, November surprises in 2024 — like the mysteriously sudden discovery just days after the voting that Sam Bankman-Fried was a multibillion-dollar con artist and huge Democrat donor, and the appointment of special counsel to investigate Trump. Who would have known that prior to November 8, Trump’s Mar-a-Lago presidential papers proved neither “nuclear secrets” nor designed for his personal sale after all?

The Case Against Ron DeSantis 2024
Kurt Schlichter, Townhall
Sure, big donors will be happy to help but how about the little guys, the small dollar donors? Will they pay up? Will they work the phones and knock on the doors? Will they show up? That’s the thing – DeSantis is an unknown quantity nationally. But most candidates are their first time, and lots of them win. The way for DeSantis to refute the case against him is to show exactly how he intends to do so in 2024. Trump won’t be a pushover.

Trump’s Political Obituary Is Premature
George Neumayr, The American Spectator
Former president Donald Trump remains a formidable figure whose charisma dwarfs the personality of DeSantis, as even a few of his supporters acknowledged to me. They are quick to note that DeSantis has improved as a retail politician since his wobbly run in 2018. But they admit that he could struggle against the more dominant Trump. Trump is far from a spent political force, if my conversations with Florida Republicans are any indication.

Republicans Won 3 Million More Votes Than Democrats, but Not Where It Counted
Jack Phillips, The American Spectator
Recent data published by the Cook Political Report show that Republicans lead by some 3.5 million votes when all 435 House races are combined. As of Friday morning, Republicans had 54.13 million votes as compared with Democrats’ 50.79 million votes. Republicans got 3 million more votes in 2022 than during the 2018 midterms. Democrats got 10.3 million fewer votes than 2018, during which the party won control of the House at 235–199.

Pittsburgh School District Unanimously Passes Resolution Against Bill Barring Critical Race Theory
Just the News (Nicholas Ballasy), The Star News Network
The Pittsburgh School District unanimously passed a resolution against legislation that would bar teaching Critical Race Theory or any other concepts that regard one race as superior to another. The resolution, which passed on Tuesday, states that the board will defy “harmful legislation,” including HB 1532, formally referred to as the Teaching Racial and Universal Equality Act. The bill was proposed by Republican State Rep. Russ Diamond.

Putin's 'Winter War' on Ukraine
Patrick J. Buchanan, CNS News
Why would we do this? The U.S. ought not dictate to Kyiv when it should move to the negotiating track to end this war. But we Americans do have, given our indispensable contributions to the Ukrainian war effort, the right to tell Kyiv when we believe that the risks of further fighting exceed any potential gain for us; and, if Kyiv is determined to fight on, to give notice that Ukraine will be doing so without any more U.S. munitions.


Nominating a Republican Who Can Get 50 Percent
Paul Kengor, The American Spectator
Donald Trump supporters will protest that the hatred of him is not entirely his fault, and that he was demonized by the partisan Democrat media, and more. But reality is reality, and it’s an obvious recipe for Trump in 2024 once again to get fewer popular votes than his opponent. In other words, a recipe for a Democrat victory. The Republicans lose, again. For Republicans and Americans, that simply cannot be allowed to happen again.

Can Republicans Make Congress Great Again?
Stephen Moore, The Epoch Times
For Republicans in Congress, you have the support of 52 million voters. Cut deficit spending and get us back to a balanced budget. Reduce taxes that hurt our economy. Stop the Green New Deal. End the Biden war on American-made energy. Put the fraudsters in jail who stole $150 billion by scamming unemployment, Medicaid, and other programs. Make sure education dollars go to parents and children to attend the school of their choosing.

A New Age of American Politics
Ned Ryun, American Greatness
If conservatives and Republicans want to win again, we had better adopt the only-ballots-matter approach at least in the short term or die. I have zero ethical problems with it, none whatsoever. This is now the modern-day political battlefield in America, the rules of the game. One can either howl at the moon about it or beat the Left at it. The good news is we already have a bit of a model in Florida, where Republicans vote early.

Maricopa County Voting Centers Plagued with Tabulation Errors on Election Day Affected Areas Averaging Well Over 300 Percent More Republicans Than Democrats
Rachel Alexander, The Star News Network
Voters encountered problems casting their ballots at 70 of the 223 vote centers in Maricopa County (Arizona) on Election Day, November 8, 2022, resulting in long lines and concerns that ballots ended up not tabulated or “misread,” and commingled with ballots that had already been tabulated. Averaged together, the problems occurred in areas where Election Day voting was more than 300 percent Republican versus Democrat. Coincidence?

GA Runoff: The Clear Case for Herschel Walker
Jenny Beth Martin, CNS News
On his bus tour, Herschel Walker said it best when he said simply: “We gotta get people who have the guts to fight for this country … I’m going to Washington to represent my family, because I’m sick and tired of the crime on the streets, I’m sick and tired of them raising our taxes, I’m sick and tired of the border not being secure, I’m sick and tired of them going after my kids, I’m sick and tired of them mistreating my police.”

Jen Psaki: Investigations for Thee But Not for Me
Julie Kelly, American Greatness
A coordinated effort between the most powerful government officials and the most powerful information providers to silence and punish political dissent is a far greater “threat to democracy” than what happened for a few hours on January 6. And it’s beyond ironic that the mouthpiece for a regime proceeding with yet another punitive and vengeful investigation into Trump wants to be shielded from an inquiry into her own misdeeds.


The Strange Morality of the Bay-Area Billionaire Left
Victor Davis Hanson, American Greatness
The FTX Bitcoin empire of 30-year-old Democrat backing Sam Bankman-Fried is in shambles. Or more specifically, his “dumb game” cryptocurrency exchange has destroyed thousands of lives. Electronically, he may have robbed perhaps a million investors. Sam Bankman-Fried is the ultimate dangerous and ridiculous expression of the most toxic and creepy culture in America. If he did not exist, someone like him would have to be invented.

Judge Rewrites Georgia Law to Favor Warnock
David Catron, The American Spectator
There’s no guarantee changing the rules for early voting will be enough to get Warnock over the 50 percent threshold. That he failed to do so on Nov. 8 as an incumbent with an enormous war chest — against an opponent with no political experience — suggests that the senator is not exactly beloved by Georgia voters. Moreover, bringing in characters like Marc Elias to meddle in the election is unlikely to have endeared him to voters.

The Case For Ron DeSantis 2024
Kurt Schlichter, Townhall
Gov. Ron DeSantis knows what time it is. He is based. This means that at a foundational level, he understands that we are in the midst of an existential cultural/political struggle with people who want to disenfranchise, enslave, or even destroy us. The left does not want to be our friend. It wants to be our master. The bad guys are serious about winning, and so is Ron DeSantis. This translates to picking fights that he can win.

McCarthy Vows to Hold Congressional Hearings at the Border
Susan Jones, CNS News
Kevin McCarthy: "I'll move meetings actually at the border so the Democrats can no longer ignore the problem, so the American public can actually have the information, and we'll move legislation on the floor to secure that border out of the House, on to the Senate, and we will continue to fight to make this happen... the American public can actually have the information, and we'll move legislation on the floor to secure that border."

McCarthy set to bounce Democrats Schiff, Omar and Swalwell from House committees
Kerry Pickett, The Washington Times
Kevin McCarthy said he will follow through with his pledge to kick Rep. Ilhan Omar of Minnesota off the House Foreign Affairs Committee in the next Congress. Ms. Omar, who is losing her committee assignment because of her antisemitic rhetoric, is among a handful of Democrats (Reps. Adam B. Schiff and Eric Swalwell) whom Mr. McCarthy will boot from committees for various offenses. He is following a precedent set by Nancy Pelosi.

Twitter Reactivates Trump’s Account Following Poll of 15 Million Users
Melanie Sun, The Epoch Times
Donald Trump’s Twitter account will be reactivated following a poll of the social media platform’s users on the matter, Twitter’s owner Elon Musk announced on Nov. 19. “The people have spoken. Trump will be reinstated. Vox Populi, Vox Dei,” Musk said in a post linking to the polling decision, using a Latin phrase meaning “the voice of the people, the voice of God.” 51.8 percent of users wanted Trump reinstated, 48.2 percent against.


GOP Helps Dems Impose Gay Marriage on Everyone
George Neumayr, The American Spectator
A GOP that assists in denying this freedom is worse than useless. Such a GOP is positively dangerous, as it simply ratifies the worst ideas. An America saddled with two socially liberal parties will not survive. It will steadily decline and inevitably collapse. The family is the first form of government and serves as the only enduring foundation of the state. As the family decays, so too does the government upon which it depends.

Lee Zeldin: 'I'm Very Seriously Considering a Run for Chair of the Republican National Committee'
Susan Jones, CNS News
"Right now I'm seriously considering it," Former New York Rep. Lee Zeldin told Fox News's Laura Ingraham last week. "What I do know is that it is important for the Republican Party, with this opportunity to retool and to transform, because we have high stakes races coming up in '24 for president of the United States We need to elect more Republicans to the House and Senate, and down-ballot candidates need to get elected as well."

How ballot harvesting could save elections
Christopher Bedford, Spectator
Whether Republicans joining the fray will build out the practice or lead to its abolition, voters will win. Voting is important not simply for choosing our leaders, but for binding us together in the process and its results. If one party is playing by different rules than the other, we all lose. If large swaths of voters lose faith in the process itself, we all lose. The states have chosen how the game is played; now start playing.

Arizona AG Opens Inquiry into Maricopa County Election Irregularities, Possible Legal Violations
Just the News (John Solomon), The Star News Network
The Arizona attorney general’s office has opened an inquiry into Maricopa County’s handling of the mid-term elections, demanding a full report of well-publicized irregularities and warning there is evidence of “statutory violations.” The letter marks a major escalation in the dispute over how voters were treated on Election Day in the state’s largest county, where scores of ballot tabulators had problems because of printing problems.

‘Old Glory Bank’ Emerges to Protect Your Money From Cancel Culture
Roger L. Simon, The Epoch Times
Old Glory Bank is intended to be a key facility, another front—and an especially important one, since it involves our finances, the root of all our activities, and our ability to effectuate change—in the growing battle to preserve the America that was conceived by the Founders. In that sense, Old Glory Bank joins certain media, educational, entertainment, and medical entities in providing alternatives to an increasingly dangerous system.

Joe Biden set to work with a House speaker he has called a 'MAGA Republican'
W. James Antle III, Washington Examiner
Biden called to congratulate Kevin McCarthy when Republicans won their 218th seat. "I congratulate Leader McCarthy on Republicans winning the House majority, and am ready to work with House Republicans to deliver results for working families," the president said in a statement. But numerous times in the run-up to the midterm elections, Biden referred to “Kevin McCarthy and his fellow MAGA Republicans” while campaigning for Democrats.


The Stupid Party Gets Stupider
George Neumayr, The American Spectator
Despite the party’s anemic performance in the elections, the figures most responsible for it will likely fail upward. Some perspective within GOP circles is badly needed. The Democrats are rightly called the “evil party.” But they are not politically dumb. They practice the rudimentary discipline and maintain the sufficient party unity necessary to achieve victory at the ballot box. The stupid party should take a lesson from them.

Let the Blame Games Begin?
Victor Davis Hanson, PJ Media
Has the Republican Party of capitalism forgotten the power and role of money in politics? Why is it once again so easily outfunded, outspent, and outsmarted? All these writs variously explain the otherwise inexplicable dismal Republican performance. Yet there is a common denominator for Republicans to all these multifaceted problems: either different leaders or different strategies — or both — are necessary to ensure different results.

OK, Who Is Getting Fired?
Kurt Schlichter, Townhall
It’s less important who gets fired than that someone does. There are plenty of people in leadership positions. Not all have to go – we need to be strategic. But somebody must get fired. Somebody must pay. Somebody big. And there are only three people of sufficient stature in the GOP to demonstrate, through their defenestration, that the GOP is serious about accountability and winning in 2024. Ronna McDaniel, McConnell and McCarthy.

12 Senate Republicans Join Democrats in Advancing Bill to Protect Same-Sex Marriage
Susan Jones, CNS News
The Republicans voting to advance the bill are: Roy Blunt of Missouri; Richard Burr of North Carolina; Shelley Moore Capito of West Virginia; Susan Collins of Maine; Joni Ernst of Iowa; Cynthia Lummis of Wyoming; Lisa Murkowski of Alaska; Rob Portman of Ohio; Mitt Romney of Utah; Dan Sullivan of Alaska; Thom Tillis of North Carolina; and Todd Young of Indiana. Many of the 37 R's voting against cited concerns about religious freedom.

Arizona House Republicans Elect New Leaders for Next Legislative Session
Neil Jones, The Star News Network
Members of the Arizona House Republican Caucus met Tuesday to elect State Representative Ben Toma to serve as the next Speaker of the House. “It is a profound privilege to lead the House of Representatives and our Republican majority caucus,” said Toma in response to his election. “Together, I know that the House will rise to meet the state’s immense challenges and we will continue to unlock freedom and opportunity for every Arizonan.”

Don’t Buy The (Right-Wing) Media’s Framing On Trump v. DeSantis
Victoria Marshall, The Federalist
Media outlets fail to recognize DeSantis’s strategy: attack his real opponents instead of engaging in silly, intraparty strife. And that’s what right-wing voters should keep in mind as we enter the 2024 presidential election cycle. Right now, powerful special interests are working overtime to pit DeSantis and Trump supporters against each other, divide the party, and take back control from the anti-establishment wing. Don’t let them.


Donald Trump Launches 2024 Bid for White House
Ivan Pentchoukov, The Epoch Times
Trump, 76, announced the presidential bid in a prime-time speech at his Mar-a-Lago resort in Florida. “In order to make America great and glorious again I am tonight announcing my candidacy for President of the United States,” Trump said. The former president stressed this won’t be his campaign but “our campaign,” saying that the only force “strong enough to defeat the massive corruption we are up against is you—the American people.

Midterm Elections: The Red Whirlpool Still Swirls With Uncertainty
DeRoy Murdock, The American Spectator
The pundits blew it last week. Pollsters should issue immediate refunds to their clients. Republicans must unite immediately and enthusiastically behind Herschel Walker. The political newcomer and beloved football hero can defeat over-the-cliff-Left Democrat incumbent Raphael Warnock in a runoff if the Right rallies to send Walker to the Senate on Dec. 6. Trump v. DeSantis should wait at least until 2022’s vital, final election concludes.

Pro-Life Leader Offers Encouragement for Movement After Abortion-Related State Referendum Defeats
Zachery Schmidt, The Star News Network
Americans in five separate states last week voted in favor of the pro-choice movement when it came to abortion-related state referendums. According to longtime Priests for Life National Director Frank Pavone, it was not “too surprising” that the pro-life movement did not do well with the statewide ballot referendums. Pavone told The Star News Network that liberal pro-abortion groups make these state referendums a “national fight.”

Are Mitch McConnell’s days numbered?
Kelly Sadler, The Washington Times
On Tuesday, Florida Senator Rick Scott officially threw his hat in the ring to challenge Mr. McConnell for the GOP’s top leadership position. Mr. McConnell’s opposition is well-earned and deserved. Even if Mr. Scott’s challenge to Mr. McConnell is unsuccessful, it does put a chink in Mr. McConnell’s armor that will eventually lead others to exploit it. It’s about time. Mitch McConnell needs to go. No one’s rule should last forever.

MAGA Republicans Are the Threat? No, Says Gingrich, 'Collapse of Our Public Schools' Is Greatest Threat...
Susan Jones, CNS News
"I would argue the greatest threat to America's future is the collapse of our public schools under the domination of the teachers’ unions so that we're not going to be able to compete with China or India or anyplace else if we continue to produce children who can't do math, can't read, can't write, and are propagandized into worrying about their gender in the third grade. I think it's really a crisis," said former Speaker Gingrich.


Republicans Better Get Good at What Democrats Do, and Quick
Derek Hunter, Townhall
The GOP needs to encourage people – hell, every person they come in contact with they’re fairly convinced will vote for them – to vote as soon as possible. Then they need to circle back to make sure they did it and harvest that ballot (if it hasn’t already been mailed) to ensure it gets to the polls. These are the rules for now, they’d better learn to win within them because they’ve only excelled at losing while whining about them.


Feds Had Informants In Proud Boys and Oath Keepers for J6
Julie Kelly, American Greatness
Where is the outrage among January 6 propagandists that the FBI, contrary to Christopher Wray’s public assertions, had plenty of resources devoted to collecting intelligence about the Capitol protest? Why did Wray’s surveillance operation fail so spectacularly? Who are the handling agents responsible for such widespread failure? Why haven’t heads rolled? Where is Representative Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez calling for Wray’s resignation?

Fetterman 2024: It’s a No-Brainer
Scott McKay, The American Spectator
The Biden experience teaches that elections are won by a brand rather than a candidate. Biden is a poor man’s Ron Burgundy, fronting for a faceless cabal even less electable than he is. So is Fetterman — in fact, anyone not non compos mentis can tell that only a respectful interval between his election and his retirement for “health reasons” will keep us from finding out that his wife, here illegally from Brazil, was the real candidate.

Nine Texas and Nebraska Cities Became ‘Sanctuary Cities for the Unborn’ on Election Day
Susan Berry, PhD, The Star News Network
Four Texas cities and six villages in Nebraska voted on Election Day on ballot measures that would outlaw abortion within their jurisdictions. Of the 10 measures, only one was rejected, reported Mark Lee Dickson, founder of the Sanctuary Cities for the Unborn Initiative, at Live Action News. Dickson, who is also director of Right to Life of East Texas, announced nine other cities approved ordinances outlawing abortion within their limits.

America Was Built on Coal, Now Biden Wants to Abolish It
Stephen Moore, CNS News
Will we choose jobs over climate hysteria? Under the Biden plan, we would move technologically in reverse in our energy sources. America got rich by replacing windmills with coal plants, and now, 150 years later, Biden wants to replace coal with windmills. That's a strategy for energy poverty and cold, dark nights. If you don't believe me, ask the Europeans who are back using candles to light their homes during rolling power blackouts.

The Real Meaning of the Midterms: One Country or Two?
Roger L. Simon, The Epoch Times
This migration is largely powered by the personalities and beliefs of the migrants themselves. It took more than money to get many of them to move their families across the country—an act of tremendous aggravation and costly in itself. It was an act of love and passion and, in many cases, faith. They, most of them anyway, are fleeing from progressive blue America to a land they hope and assume will be their new constitutionalist homes.

It's time to talk about what happens next after the midterms
Tulsi Gabbard, Fox News
If the new Congress takes action on all of these areas, if they solve the border crisis, close the border, if they curb Department of Justice abuse of power, if they shut down this new IRS funding for hiring agents and protect civil liberties and this unconditional, endless funding of the war in Ukraine and protect and take care of our troops and veterans here at home, they will have accomplished meaningful results for the American people.


Tragically Trump
Victor Davis Hanson, American Greatness
By 2022 even hard conservatives thought Trump was expendable, his liabilities growing larger than his assets, his future potential deemed less than his past achievements, his don’t tread-on-me pushbacks to the Left overshadowed by his cul-de-sac and gratuitous spats with irrelevancies, and his former remarkable perseverance in the face of historic and unjust attacks overshadowed by his current squabbles. How will Trump's tale conclude?

Let’s Talk About Trump
Kurt Schlichter, Townhall
Trump should not be exiled by the establishment or the commentators just because a lot of the same people who never liked him anyway still want him gone. If he does not run, he should either bow out because he wants to bow out, or he should be tossed out by Republican primary voters at the ballot box. If he gets the GOP nomination, everyone should support him in the general. If you are a Nomination Denier, go subscribe to the Dispatch.

As Usual, I Was Wrong
Melissa Mackenzie, The American Spectator
Tomorrow, and in weeks to come, when Joe Biden stops propping up the economy by dumping the U.S. oil reserves to keep energy prices down, all heck is going to break loose. I was hoping that a GOP sweep last week would bring sanity back, but there will be no GOP sweep and the Republicans can shrug and say they can’t do anything to stop the onslaught that is about to happen. Suffering is coming. Americans voted for what they’re about to get.

Sen. Cotton: Republicans 'Don't Have a Single Leader'
Susan Jones, CNS News
"[E]veryone already wants to focus on 2024. I just want to remind everyone that we're still in the middle of the 2022 midterm, because we're in overtime in Georgia. And the most important thing we can do is elect Herschel Walker to make sure that we can keep the pressure on Democrats in the Senate not to veer far to the left, as they have over the last two years. That's where I think everyone should remain focused for these next three weeks."

Florida Files SCOTUS Brief Ahead of Oral Arguments over DHS Not Deporting Violent Criminal Aliens
The Center Square (Bethany Blankley), The Star News Network
Florida Attorney General Ashley Moody filed a brief with the U.S. Supreme Court in support of a lawsuit filed by Texas and Louisiana seeking to halt a Department of Homeland Security policy that limited federal agents from detaining and deporting dangerous criminal aliens and instead is allowing them to remain in the U.S. “Biden’s refusal to enact federal immigration laws passed by Congress is jeopardizing public safety,” Moody said.

Graham Joins Chorus of Republicans Demanding Delay in Senate Leadership Vote
Tom Ozimek, The Epoch Times
Graham said in a post on Twitter on Sunday that the vote, currently scheduled for Nov. 16, should be postponed until after the Georgia Senate race runoff pitting incumbent Sen. Raphael Warnock (D-Ga.) against Republican challenger Herschel Walker. “In light of [the Georgia Senate] runoff, it would be appropriate to delay Senate leadership elections until we know who is in the Senate Republican Conference,” Senator Graham wrote in the post.


The 1980s Hangover and the GOP
Julie Kelly, American Greatness
No matter how much Republicans prefer to vote on Election Day, the party must work to change that habit. Stubborn adherence to traditional ways of voting cost Trump the presidency in 2020 and have now prevented Republicans from gaining a mandate-level majority in the House and any chance to take a slim majority in the Senate. If they ever want to win again, Republicans must play by the early and mail-in vote rules they helped create.

5 Reasons Why Republicans Failed in the Elections
Daniel J. Flynn, The American Spectator
Why did results not meet expectations? 5. Dems Vote on 30 Election Days, Republicans Vote on 1. 4. Hyper-politicized Is the New Normal. 3. Dobbs Animated the Abortion Demographic. 2. The Faustian Bargain on S0-Called ‘Election Denial’. 1. Democrats Made It About Trump, and Trump Cooperated. Acknowledging defeat hurts. But winners, who offer congratulations rather than shout no fair, will find the key to future victories in current defeats.

Senators Bail on McConnell as Red Wave Fizzles
Sandy Fitzgerald, Newsmax
In a letter obtained by Politico, Sens. Ron Johnson, R-Wis., Mike Lee, R-Utah, and Rick Scott, R-Fla., pressed colleagues to sign off on postponing the party's leadership elections, which are for now scheduled for Wednesday morning. These three join several other GOP senators who are calling for the leadership elections to be delayed, including Sens. Marco Rubio, R-Fla., Cynthia Lummis, R-Wyo., Ted Cruz, R-Texas, and Josh Hawley, R-Mo.

Josh Hawley Blasts GOP Leadership for Midterm Showing
Philip Wegmann, Real Clear Politics
The Missouri populist believes the GOP offered voters plenty in the way of generalized gripes about Democrats and President Biden – but no actionable alternative. Hawley blames that on what he calls “Washington Republicanism,” specifically Minority Leader Mitch McConnell. He also thinks it was a bad idea to talk about making changes to Social Security and Medicare. Hawley said he will not vote for McConnell as Republican Senate Leader.

Sen. McConnell: Unfavorable Rating of 58.5%, More Unfavorable Than Trump
Peyton Holliday, CNS News
Senator Minority Leader Mitch McConnell has an unfavorable rating of 58.5%, according to Real Clear Politics, which is the highest unfavorable rating among the political leaders highlighted by the news outlet. McConnell is rated even more unfavorable than former President Donald Trump. McConnell, the top Republican in the Senate, pulled the lowest favorable at only 20.8%, and his unfavorable rating was 58.5%, the highest in the group.

Youngkin Responds to Trump Dig: ‘That’s Not the Way I Roll’
Just the News (Natalia Mittelstadt), The Star News Network
Virginia GOP Gov. Glenn Youngkin on Friday brushed off former President Trump’s criticism of him – which followed his lieutenant governor, Winsome Sears, saying Trump should remove himself from GOP electoral politics. “Listen, you all know me,” Youngkin told reporters. “I do not call people names. I really work hard to bring people together … That’s not the way I roll and not the way I behave.” Sears suggested Trump leave politics.


America’s Death Wish
George Neumayr, The American Spectator
Pundits, even conservatives, chalked up the people’s indifference to the GOP as a distaste for Trumpian “chaos” and so forth. But that flattering explanation makes little sense, given that the people reelected a swath of incumbents responsible for our chaotic and unstable country. Let’s get real: The American people are electing the pols they deserve, demagogues who mirror the woke prejudices of an increasingly propagandized people.

Tuesday Takeaways
Victor Davis Hanson, PJ Media
Democrats still voted for Democratic candidates, regardless of Fetterman’s clear cognitive inability to serve in the Senate and despite President Joe Biden’s failures, harm to the middle class, and unpopularity. Most Republicans are similar party loyalists, but not quite to the same degree — at least if some feared supporting a hardcore Trump-endorsed candidate might give them grief among family and friends. Pollsters got it wrong again.

Arizona Political Operatives Optimistic for Republicans as They Analyze the Slow Release of Election Results
Rachel Alexander, The Star News Network
George Khalaf, the managing partner of The Resolute Group and owner of Data Orbital (polling), said he was “confident all statewide Republicans (outside of Masters/Finchem) will prevail.” He said, “I believe there is still a path for Masters/Finchem but that will depend a lot on how well they did with the early ballots dropped off on Election Day. When it is all said and done, I think Kari wins by around 3 percent (close to our final poll).”

That Could Have Gone Better
Kurt Schlichter, Townhall
The Democrats will be able to put off a much-needed personal inventory for a couple more years. The lesson they will take is nothing matters – they can screw up and move up, and that seems to be true. Biden certainly runs – that senile weirdo thinks this is a personal vindication. It's not, but that does not matter. We conservatives need to think through clearly how the hell we can keep election night 2024 from being another letdown.

Yes, There Is a Silver Lining for Republicans
Roger L. Simon, The Epoch Times
You think things are bad now? It’s only going to get worse. If you want to win in 2024, which will include a presidential election plus a configuration of Senate seats vastly favorable to the GOP, and would change things more significantly than 2022, it’s best not to be seen as responsible for the coming economic debacle, at least to the extent possible. People are debating whether we are in a recession now. In a year, they won’t be.

Joe Biden Is the King of Debt and Deficits
Stephen Moore, CNS News
The total amount of spending reduction to offset the Biden budget blitzkrieg adds up to a fat zero. Nothing is paid for. It's all debt. Tax revenues, by the way, have surged to all-time highs, but they haven't even nearly kept pace with the fire hose of spending. Biden has turned the Potomac River into a sea of red ink. But sure, he's the No. 1 deficit-cutter of our time. And if you buy that, you also probably believe O.J. was innocent.


Maybe America Hasn’t Suffered Enough
Scott McKay, The American Spectator
We on the Right are going to have to accept: the American electorate in 2022 is awful. And the axiom about the cycle that involves weak men and tough times is a real thing, and we are in the worst quadrant of that cycle. We are still in the time in which weak men make tough times. We have not gotten to the point where tough times make tough men. But get ready because those tough times will do their work. Perhaps for quite a long while.

Why the red tsunami seems to have hit only Florida
Thomas Lifson, American Thinker
It’s going to take time to figure out why the rest of America isn’t behaving like Florida, but 3 factors suggest themselves. Ron DeSantis displayed gutsy leadership in confronting Covid, enduring taunts as “DeathSantis”, as he refused to cower before the might of Dr. Fauci, the medical establishment, Big Pharma, the media, and Democrat politicians. He stood up to Disney, and his handling of Hurricane Ian demonstrated great competence.

Did GOP optimism outrun reality?
Byron York, Washington Examiner
There were some bright spots for Republicans. The brightest was Florida, in which Sen. Marco Rubio easily won reelection, as did GOP Gov. Ron DeSantis. But overall, the reality of the 2022 midterm elections fell short of the optimistic scenarios Republicans had increasingly come to embrace. Their optimism leaked into the general conversation about the elections, as well, even though many polls showed several contests as too close to call.

Kari Lake Reassures Republicans at Arizona GOP Election Night Party That She Will Win
Rachel Alexander, The Star News Network
Kari Lake spoke to the crowd at the massive Arizona GOP event in Scottsdale late in the evening after the results came out, declaring “it’s early” and reassuring Republicans, saying, “I want you to know we are going to monitor the ballots. We will not stop counting until we have every legal ballot counted.” “I just want the propagandists back there to know ‘don’t embarrass yourselves. Don’t do it again, you’ve done it too many times.’”

Biden Vows to Legalize Nationwide Killing of Unborn Babies
Terence P. Jeffrey, CNS News
Joe Biden last week said again that he intends to sign legislation declaring a nationwide right to abort unborn babies. "Look, here's the bottom line: If Republicans gain control of Congress and pass a nationwide ban on abortion, I will veto it," said Biden. "And if we elect — they give me two more Democrats in the Senate and we keep control of the House, we're going to codify Roe v. Wade in January and make it the law of the land."

GOP makes major gains among Latino voters
Stephen Dinan, The Washington Times
Republicans show marked improvement among Latino voters, claiming 39% of their vote nationally, according to the networks’ exit polling, which showed a 10-point improvement over the last midterm elections. The showing was powered by strong performances in Florida, where Gov. Ron DeSantis won 57% of Latino voters en route to a victory for his second term, and in Texas, where Gov. Greg Abbott won 40% of Latinos and collected a third term.


Republicans on path to flipping House, hope to put a check on Biden agenda
Seth McLaughlin, The Washington Times
Republicans snared Democratic-held House seats in Florida and Virginia in early returns Tuesday and held on to their districts, putting them on the path to flipping control. Big races were still to be called across the country, but the early tallies confirmed what prognosticators had predicted: Facing rising crime rates and higher fuel and grocery prices, Americans soured on Democrats’ total control of the levers of electoral power in Washington.

News of the GOP’s Demise Was Greatly Exaggerated
Julie Kelly, American Greatness
The NeverTrump duncery undoubtedly will downplay any GOP victory solely as a result of Joe Biden’s economic failures and overreach on cultural issues. Part of that will be true. But even the most groveling NeverTrumper will have to admit the GOP is on the upswing and their nonstop portrayals of Trump as the GOP’s Grim Reaper were flat wrong. To the contrary, it is the Democratic Party under Biden at risk of sustained electoral defeat.

Run President Trump, Run
Jeffrey Lord, The American Spectator
Like Grover Cleveland won a second term over a century ago, a vindicated former President Donald Trump is poised to begin the battle for a return to the White House and a second term. And, by all signs, it appears that, also like Grover Cleveland, Donald Trump will succeed. Which is exactly why his enemies are so terrified. And exactly why so many millions of Americans are cheering him on. Let The Return begin. Nov 15. Save the date.

Donald Trump Fires at Ron DeSantis—and Misses
William McGurn, Wall Street Journal
When Trump attacked DeSantis, he wasn’t the underdog returning fire—he was shooting first, unprovoked. We’re long past the days of Ronald Reagan and the so-called 11th Commandment enjoining party members not to speak ill of fellow Republicans. Trump voters, moreover, are long used to other Republicans demeaning or calling out their favorite Trump-backed candidates. The difference this time is that the call is coming from inside the house.

Chatter grows over potential Rick Scott GOP leadership challenge to Mitch McConnell
Alexander Bolton, The Hill
Scott declined to endorse McConnell as majority leader Sunday during an interview with “Meet the Press.” Asked by host Chuck Todd if he planned to run for leader if Republicans win the Senate majority, Scott said, “I’m not focused on anything except getting a majority Tuesday night.”  Todd then interrupted him midsentence to interject: “That’s a nonanswer.” “It’s a possibility,” the television host concluded, which Scott didn’t dispute.

Kid Rock Is Part Right About Oprah, but There’s More
Roger L. Simon, The Epoch Times
One of the greatest lies of our times is that the Democrats are supportive of black people when their policies from Lyndon Johnson onwards have done nothing but hurt the black community in the most tragic ways, most notably through the destruction of the black family—the vast majority of them anyway. Where is Oprah Winfrey in all this? She supports Democrat candidates, not just Fetterman, whose policies only contribute to the problem.


The Democratic Party’s Learning Disability
David Catron, The American Spectator
Do the Democrats have the capacity to learn anything from defeat? If history is any guide, they will engage in about 15 minutes of introspection and ignore the obvious lesson. This party has won the House majority twice in this century and only managed to hold it for two terms each time. They treat their constituents like serfs and are somehow surprised when the latter revolt. The Democrats clearly suffer from a learning disability.

The Pathetic Democratic Pantheon
Victor Davis Hanson, American Greatness
The Left got their Biden. And yes, he turned over the reins of government to them. And yes, they got their neo-socialism for two years. And yes, they are destroying America. But in doing this, the people had the rare occasion to see fully and experience the nihilist Left. And they are now about to express their loathing for what the Left has wrought. Leftist shrieks about democracy dying cannot put back together what they shattered.

Be Caring for the Libs’ Feelings When the Red Wave Hits
Kurt Schlichter, Townhall
The next few days after the election will be very difficult for the progressives, pinkos, commies, and other Dems around you as they watch most – or perhaps all, if it is a red tsunami – their dreams die at the ballot box. You should take their profound sadness into account when you deal with them, and do everything you can to make the process of dealing with their total humiliation as miserable as possible. 2024 will be even better.

Trump, Biden Warn Voters of Consequences in Upcoming Vote in Final Rallies
Frank Fang, The Epoch Times
Donald Trump warned voters that more Democrat policies would soon turn America into Cuba or Venezuela, while Joe Biden argued Republicans could weaken democracy at dueling rallies on the final Sunday before the midterms. Biden was in Yonkers, NY, campaigning for incumbent Democrat Gov. Kathy Hochul who is locked in a close race with Rep. Lee Zeldin, who is seeking to become the first NY Republican governor since 2006. Trump was in Miami.

Sen. Mike Lee: No 'Business As Usual' If GOP Wins; 'We Will Be on a Short Leash'
Susan Jones, CNS News
Sen. Mike Lee told Maria Bartiromo, "[I]f we as Republicans are given another chance to control both houses of Congress, we understand that we will be on a short leash. We understand that things can't be business as usual. We have got to undertake this effort to combat inflation seriously, aggressively, and by reining in federal spending and reining in excesses and abuses of government that have been going on for far too long."

Students Hope to Establish Conservative Club After Connecticut College Tears Down Flags Supporting First Responders
Star News Staff (Kate Anderson), The Star News Network
Trinity College (TC) students Lucas Turco and Finn McCole are looking to establish a conservative voice on campus after they were reportedly targeted by the college for hanging a “Don’t Tread On Me” flag and an American flag with green, blue, and red stripes for supporting first responders. The video posted on Twitter by Libs of Tik Tok shows a female staff member, ID'd as Veronica Hills, climbing a ladder and ripping the flags off.


The Democrats’ Insurrection Flop
Julie Kelly, American Greatness
Biden's was an appropriately angry and incoherent closing argument in an effort to deflect attention away from the numerous ways in which he unfairly found himself in the White House. Since then, Biden and Democrats gambled that voters would share their faux outrage over the faux insurrection, a losing bet that voters likely will settle tomorrow. Turns out, the “Big Lie” is that January 6 ever mattered to anyone outside the Beltway.

Democrats Face a Vinko Bogataj ("Agony of Defeat") Election
Daniel J. Flynn, The American Spectator
Given that Biden, Clinton, Newsom, and other top Dems hate being in the wrong so much that they craft elaborate pre-election excuses blaming the inevitable loss on matters unrelated to the failed and unpopular policies Democrats embrace, the prospect of leading Democrats pivoting from those policies seems bleaker than their chances on Election Day. Democrats surely will feel the agony of defeat. Will they agonize over why they lost?

'Big yikes': SNL cold open mocks Biden, Democrats' midterms prospects
Emily Jacobs, Washington Examiner
Satruday Night Live revised Joe Biden's recent speech. Played by SNL cast member James Austin Johnson, Biden warned in a presidential address that his party was going to struggle in this week's midterm elections, before suggesting Democrats make some last minute changes to win over lost voters. The set appeared to mimic Biden's setup when he delivered his closing midterm message on Wednesday, which he focused on threats to democracy.

Vance Leaps Ahead in Ohio Senate Race in Final Pre-Election Poll
Just the News (Ben Whedon), The Star News Network
Ohio GOP senatorial hopeful J.D. Vance has leaped to an impressive 8-point lead in Emerson College’s final pre-election survey. Vance led his Dem rival, Rep. Tim Ryan by a 51%-43% margin, a significant jump from the previous month’s survey which showed Vance with 46% support to Ryan’s 45%, per The Hill. Just 4% of respondents were undecided in the November survey, and Vance’s lead increased to 9% when the survey asked them to choose.

It’s No Fun Voting in America Anymore
Roger L. Simon, The Epoch Times
The system almost everywhere seems to be some degree out of whack. What concerns me is the feeling that I—and many others–now have when we walk into the polling booth or cubby or whatever it is, depending on your state. There’s a lot of machinery there we may or may not trust. This makes voting a disturbing task, rather than the joyous assertion of democracy that it should be and as it was for me as a kid when I accompanied my father.

Why Patty Murray is making an anguished face in Washington
Christopher Sanford, The Spectator
Washingtonians are concerned about lawlessness and inflation. For thirty years, Patty Murray has been tough only on the victims of crime. There are more than ever before. She’s had nothing to say about rising prices, beyond blaming Vladimir Putin for our collective agony at the gas pump. The incumbent senator will have her work cut out, although her relentless scaremongering and voter apathy may yet shove her across the finish line.


‘Pandemic Amnesty’? Not a Chance
Scott McKay, The American Spectator
Next week, if this is a just world, Gretchen Whitmer will be banished from politics, and her fellow Branch COVIDian Democrats will control less than 18 governor’s mansions. And if this is a just world, the Democrat Party, which so gleefully pounced on the pandemic for all the political bounty it could provide them, will be turned out with such vigor that it will have less representation in the next Congress than it’s had in 100 years.

The Left Were the Mad Scientists—We Were Their Lab Rats
Victor Davis Hanson, PJ Media
Rarely have voters turned over their country to radicals, socialists, and nihilists. We did in 2020. And once the Left took the presidency, the House, and Senate, they tried a deadly experiment on us the people, their veritable lab rats. It failed — and has now nearly destroyed us along with the country. Apparently, the only thing that will stop their mad experimentation is that they have run out of us — their once-willing lab rats.

Hillary Clinton Slams 'The Level of Just Plain Crazy, Violent Hate Rhetoric Coming Out of Republicans'
Susan Jones, CNS News
"The level of just plain crazy, violent hate rhetoric coming out of Republicans," Hillary said. "Why would you trust that person to have power over you, your family, your business, your community? So, I want to take this a step further away from the incident, that terrible incident with Paul Pelosi, and broaden it out, because what we have with the rhetoric coming from the Republican candidates, from their so disturbing."

The Walls Are Closing In on Woke Das
Brian Lonergan, American Greatness
Sensing the anger of the masses, the media is now trying to gaslight the public and run interference for their fellow traveler prosecutors. The Los Angeles Times laughably argued that “attempts to connect sensible prosecutorial policies to crime increases are ridiculous.” Yes, the timing of record crime spikes with the arrival of rogue district attorneys must be pure coincidence. A return to law and order is the only hope for cities to rebound.