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Where Does the Presidential Election Stand Today?

Where Does the Presidential Election Really Stand Today? The presidential election is approaching quickly. We are now only about 35 days before Election Day. In fact, early voting has begun in some States. The polls have gone back and forth. Personal attacks are being hurled left and right. Major issues have been ignored in many cases. For example, does the average voter realize the Obama administration has just given the Internet away to an international body? The debates are in progress.  The next presidential debate is Sunday, October 9th, at Washington University in St. Louis, Missouri. Where does the presidential…


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What are the Two Keys to Winning the First Presidential Debate?

Trump Needs to Do Only Two Things to Win the First Presidential Debate Over 100 million viewers can be expected to watch the first presidential debate between Trump and Clinton on ABC, CBS, NBC, FOX, CNN, MSNBC, etc.  YouTube and other social media are expected to be streaming the debate as well. But, for all the hoopla and discussion, Trump needs to do only two things to win the debate decisively. The polls are slowly and steadily moving up for Trump. Clinton’s once insurmountable Electoral College lead has all but vanished, under an avalanche of bad news – email leaks,…


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Voter Momentum Continues to Build Toward a Trump Victory

Voter Momentum Signals a Trump Victory in November Clinton took a considerable lead in the polls after the Democratic National Convention, but voter momentum has clearly and dramatically increased for Trump since then. The Quinnipiac poll gave Clinton a 10% lead over Trump on August 25th. Currently, the LA Times/USC poll gives Trump a 7% lead. While polls vary somewhat among themselves, and while results of individual polls can vary within their margins of error (often 3% – 5%), polls show an enormous shift toward Trump in recent weeks. What’s going on with the polls? What trends and issues are…


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Clinton’s Health – Will It Impact the Election?

Clinton’s Health – Will It Impact the Presidential Election? Clinton’s health is now the biggest issue in this presidential election campaign. In my newest book Great News for America (written last year and launched in January 2016), I predicted that the 2016 presidential election would be an historic and critical presidential election. That certainly is true. In fact, we are watching an historic and critical presidential election before our eyes. In an unusual turn of events, Clinton’s health has skyrocketed to the top of the issues list. There is little doubt that this might turn out to be a pivotal…


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Phyllis Schlafly – Love for God, Family and America

Phyllis Schlafly – She Loved God, Family and America Written by Phyllis Schlafly in 1964, I remember the bestselling book, A Choice Not an Echo, a book that sold a phenomenal 3 million copies. I was in high school campaigning for Barry Goldwater, affectionately known as AU-H2O, when not in classes or doing homework. Back then in 1964, Phyllis Schlafly actually influenced the 1964 Republican National Convention to nominate Barry Goldwater as the presidential candidate. Ultimately, she helped elect Ronald Reagan president in 1980. Phyllis spent an incredible 70 years in public service to conservative principles and policies. Some of her accomplishments included: Helped…


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Why Trump Will Win Many Hispanic Voters with His Immigration and Economic Policies?

The Values of Many Hispanic Voters Actually Align Closely to Trump’s Policies It might surprise some presidential election watchers, but Trump’s immigration and economic policies align closely to many Hispanic voters needs and views. Why do Hispanic voters align well with Trump’s immigration policies? Why do his economic policies also resonate with Hispanic voters. Let’s look at the Hispanic voting numbers from some more recent presidential elections. Plus, let’s look at the reasons for these critical alignments on issues right now. It might turn out that Hispanic voters can be the critical element in a solid Trump victory in November….


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Trump Reboots While Clinton Relaxes – Who Will Win in November?

Trump Reboots His Campaign While Clinton Relaxes Trump reboots his campaign at this critical end-of-summer pivot point for his campaign, while Clinton apparently confident of victory rests, relaxes, and only schedules a few appearances and fund-raisers. It’s a fascinating election and it continues to be the historic and critical presidential election I predicted in my 2016 book Great News for America. Trump Listens, Learns, and Reboots Following a few well publicized distractions and missteps after the national conventions, Trump has apparently listened and followed the advice of national conservative thinkers that likely included Newt Gingrich, Rudy Giuliani, and Sean Hannity….


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Why is America Experiencing Riots in Our Cities?

Milwaukee – More Riots in Our Cities That’s right – more riots. It’s happened once again. This time in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. A 23 year old African American was shot by a 24 year old African American police officer. The police officer’s body camera apparently shows the person shot was armed. It was reported that crowds fired shots at officers. They reportedly threw rocks and bottles as well. Governor Scott Walker declared a state of emergency and called in the National Guard to quell the rioting. Of course, this isn’t the first recent incident of racial violence and rioting in American…


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Despite the Polls, Will Trump Beat Clinton in a Landslide?

Will Trump Beat Clinton in a Landslide?  Are the Current Polls Misleading and Wrong? Will Trump beat Clinton in a landslide, in a close election, or will it be the other way around? Are the polls wrong again? How can we make sense of the extreme volatility in the polls in the last two weeks? What’s going on in the general election campaign today? Will the new potential third party candidate, Evan McMullin, make a serious impact on the polls or the election? Importantly, who will probably be our next president? Plus, how close will the election results turn out…