2020 Presidential Election

Texas is one of 32 states in which Bloomberg is spending a total of $35 million on air time, which represents the largest one-week television buy in political history, according to Advertising Analytics. In Texas, his ads...
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The Primaries will be here before we know it, in early 2020.  Texas will hold its Democrat Primary on Tuesday, March 3.  In case you are wondering why I am writing this article, it’s so Republicans can understand how this...
“Given our campaign’s commitment to fighting for a living wage of at least $15.00 an hour,” the letter continues, “we believe it is only fair that the campaign would carry through this commitment to its own field team.”
Julian Castro, the former mayor of San Antonio now running as a Democratic candidate for president, dropped a list of 30 high-profile endorsement from Lone Star State politicians shortly after fellow Texan Beto O'Rourke...
President Donald Trump plays the long game. While Democrats relish in childish “wins”, Trump throws steady punches where damage accumulates.
Bart Barber
But when it comes to immigration, if he continues to follow the advice of senior policy adviser Stephen Miller, he risks alienating his evangelical base in 2020.
The Texas congressman's original tweet included a list of San Antonio residents who had donated large amounts to the Trump campaign, along with the names of their employers. It is unclear who actually compiled the list.
Remember the fairy tale by Hans Christian Andersen, The Emperor's New Clothes? A fun story where the Emperor is fawned toward and lied to, being told what he wants to hear when it wasn't true.
It continues to amaze me, reading foreign newspapers, especially in Asia, that U.S. centric coverage is virtually nil. They are focused on their own countries, as they should be.
Until now, the two have operated worlds apart despite their home-state ties. In San Antonio, Castro cultivated a local following while steeping himself in policy and traditional fundraising practices. Five hundred miles and...



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