What will a Donald Trump post-presidency look like? Despite losing re-election and suffering through his second impeachment, the 45th President remains determined to stay in the spotlight. So far his grip on the Republican Party remains strong and there’s already talk about a 2024 comeback bid. Since recent one-termers like George H.W. Bush and Jimmy Carter quickly … [Read more...] about The Post-Presidential Comeback: Can Donald Trump Succeed Where Herbert Hoover Failed?
A Presidential term may last four years, but you still only get one chance at a first impression. As Joe Biden navigates the first days of his Administration, public attention is extraordinarily focused on one issue: the COVID-19 pandemic. Even from this early date, it’s clear the Biden White House’s response to the pandemic will be a major component of their legacy. Which … [Read more...] about What Can An Administration’s First Days Teach Us?: A Look Through Recent History
As the 2020 election approached, Pennsylvania’s 10th Congressional District seemed to be on the verge of a transformation. After all, the area was getting more and more progressive while being represented by an extremely conservative Congressman. As a result, prognosticators pegged PA-10 as the most flippable House seat in the state. Despite all that, GOP incumbent Rep. … [Read more...] about PA-10: An In-Depth Look at How Republican Scott Perry Won Re-Election
Several big developments could pave the way for three new Democratic Senators to take office shortly after President-elect Biden and Vice President-elect Harris are sworn in on Wednesday. According to Punchbowl News, Democrats Jon Ossoff (GA), Raphael Warnock (GA) and Alex Padilla (CA) are set to become the Senate's newest members as early as Inauguration Day. On Monday, … [Read more...] about Ossoff, Warnock and Padilla to be Sworn In to the Senate On Wednesday
On Tuesday, Georgia voters will decide the fate of their senior Senator. Republican David Perdue, 70, finds himself in a tight race against Democratic rival Jon Ossoff. The two were forced into a January runoff after falling short of the 50% needed to win outright. Perdue, a former Fortune 500 CEO, is one of President Trump’s most vocal allies in the U.S. Senate and is … [Read more...] about Georgia Runoffs: Senator David Perdue Locked In Tight Race As Election Nears