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Blue Laws for Red Citizens
Victor Davis Hanson, American Greatness
There are eerie commonalities in all these five court cases involving plaintiff E. Jean Carroll, Manhattan district attorney Alvin Bragg, New York Attorney General Letitia James, federal special counsel Jack Smith, and Fulton County district attorney Fani Willis. Ideology and party affiliations increasingly determine guilt and punishment. Opponents are first targeted, and then laws are twisted and redefined. The left is waging lawfare with the implicit message to political opponents: either keep quiet or suffer the consequences.

Donald Trump’s Chances of Winning Are Better Than Ever
Kurt Schlichter, Townhall
Trump is not a shoo-in. He’s still got this huge mass of folks who utterly hate him and will crawl over the remains of a buffet pillaged by Chris Christie to vote against him. At best – best – the election is a toss-up, but a toss-up is infinitely better than a slam dunk for the donkeys. There’s a ton of work to do and a lot of potential black swans, twists, and turns, between now and the election. But one thing is certain. Trump can win. In the words of Jim Carrey in “Dumb and Dumber,” “So, you’re telling me there’s a chance?”

Trump Responds to ‘No Labels’ Speculation Surrounding Haley
Nathan Worcester, The Epoch Times
After “Trump Force One” touched down at the Greenville-Spartanburg International Airport on Feb. 20, former President Donald Trump greeted a line of his supporters, bantering and signing memorabilia. He also answered a question from The Epoch Times: Does he think former South Carolina Gov. Nikki Haley will run as a “No Labels” candidate? After a moment, President Trump responded: “We’ve had enough of her.” “My focus is running in a Republican primary. It always has been. I have never talked to the ‘No Labels’ people," Haley said.

Will there be a long GOP race?
Byron York, Washington Examiner
The 2016 race went well past South Carolina. But one key lesson from 2016 is that each candidate who stayed in the race won something. The situation is not quite the same today. Trump is running as a quasi-incumbent, and there is no Kasich nuisance candidacy. But Nikki Haley, should she lose South Carolina, can say on election night: Hey, it’s only Feb. 24. No, I haven’t won anything, and I lost my home state, but I still might win somewhere, so there’s no reason the race can’t go on for a while... The race goes on — until it doesn’t.

Elon Musk and Donald Trump Cases Imperil the Rule of Law
Jeb Bush and Joe Lonsdale, Wall Street Journal
Every American has a right to be critical of Mr. Trump’s politics—one of us ran against him—or Mr. Musk’s public persona. But equality before the law is precious, and these rulings represent a crisis not only for the soundness of our courts, but for the business environment that has allowed the U.S. to prosper. If these rulings stand, the damage could cascade through the economy, creating fear of arbitrary enforcement against entrepreneurs who seek public office or raise their voices as citizens in a way that politicians dislike.

Mortgage Applications Fall as Interest Rates Remain High
Star News Staff (Will Kessler), The Star News Network
Mortgage applications sank as high prices and rising mortgage rates have increased unaffordability. The total volume of mortgage loan applications declined 10.6% compared to the previous week when seasonally adjusted, while the purchase index fell 10% in that same time, according to a release from the MBA. The drop in applications follows an increase in the average interest rate for a 30-year fixed-rate mortgage for homes under $766,550 to 7.06% from 6.87% the week prior, intensifying housing unaffordability.

 

Trump Backs Rivals of GOP Members Who Voted for Paxton Impeachment
Aldgra Fredly, The Epoch Times
Former President Donald Trump has endorsed four Republican candidates seeking to unseat Texas GOP lawmakers who voted for the impeachment of the state’s Attorney General Ken Paxton last year. President Trump said on Truth Social on Feb. 21 that candidates Liz Case, Mike Olcott, Helen Kerwin, and Alan Schoolcraft will have his “complete and total endorsement” in the Texas GOP primary scheduled for March 5. President Trump labeled those who voted to impeach Mr. Paxton as ‘RINOs,’ an acronym for ‘Republican In Name Only.

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