The SCOTUS nomination of Judge Amy Coney Barrett brought up an inside baseball term that needs defining. “Court-packing” is NOT a duly elected president filling a vacant seat as duty demands. Court-packing is adding judicial seats — by one political party — where justices serve in perpetuity. It ensures the packing party has decades of unilateral ideological control. Every candidate for president has a moral obligation to explain it truthfully to the American people while stating personal intent.
On Wednesday, the Republican Attorneys General Association (RAGA) released a powerful new ad warning about vandals and rioters destroying a key monument in American culture — the presidents on Mount Rushmore. While the vandals are not likely to actually deface Mount Rushmore anytime soon, their iconoclastic movement has already targeted each of the four presidents on the monument — George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, Abraham Lincoln, and Theodore Roosevelt.
12/4: If Republicans want to appeal to young voters, appeal to their desire for freedom.
11/1: ACRU’s Policy Board member and senior fellow Ken Blackwell spoke with Neil Cavuto on what Republicans have to do to win during the midterms.
Against the odds, and most pundits’ predictions, Donald Trump has been elected president.
The glaring differences give Americans a clear choice.