Third-parties are so counterproductive that the top priority for Republican donors should be funding a Green Party in Nevada. Green Party candidates would likely draw at least 2 percent from Democrat candidates. That’s a winning margin in close races, and the impacts can be felt all the way down the ballot.
This election has high policy stakes for Republicans, but are they high enough to motivate Republican voters? That’s the question Tuesday’s election will turn on.
President Donald Trump summoned two unusual allies in his call to limit birthright citizenship: Harry Reid and Barack Obama. On Tuesday, Axios reported that Trump wants to use an executive order to stop giving birthright citizenship to children born here to illegal alien mothers.
Question 6 would cost Nevada families an average of $2,000 per year, according to James Taylor, the Heartland Institute’s senior fellow for energy policy.
The scariest thing you’ll see this Halloween won’t be someone in a costume. It’s the outrage mob on the prowl looking for children who dare to dress up as someone who doesn’t share their skin tone.
Obama’s untruths don’t justify Trump’s — or vice versa. But it’s best not to wrap your criticism of someone else’s dishonesty in falsehoods of your own.