2020 Election

Assault on America, Day 608: No such thing as truth to Joe Biden and Democrat culture benders

It's a sign of the times that there’s no middle ground between the parties, but it’s not surprising considering there’s no let-up in the American culture war. Both sides can’t be right, truth does exist and for the short term, it’s up to the voters to determine which party’s arguments are more compelling. Donald Trump knows which side he comes down on.

Dinesh D'Souza’s New Movie ‘Trump Card’

Dinesh D'Souza's new movie “Trump Card'' (available on demand on October 9th) is a long overdue expose of the socialism, corruption, and gangsterism that now define the Democratic Party. Whether it is the creeping socialism of Joe Biden or the overt socialism of Bernie Sanders, the film reveals what is unique about modern socialism, who is behind it, why it’s evil and how we can work together with President Trump to stop it.

A Political Hit on Steve Bannon

The misuse of our government institutions to go after political enemies is incredibly disturbing. The swamp, despite a few years of draining is still very deep. It is obvious that these actions are attempts to silence Steve Bannon and conservatives through intimidation. Using the legal process to try and take away an opponent’s liberty and right to Free Speech is shameful. Conservatives must fight back.

Assault on America, Day 607: In Joe Biden’s America, Hillary tells Grampa Joe not to concede

Now that the 2020 presidential campaign is officially on, Democrats aren’t waiting to try and spin the outcome as illegitimate and “stolen” by Republicans and President Donald Trump. Liberals like Hillary Clinton act irresponsibly when they instruct Americans to reject the results, no matter how dramatically the victory might be for the incumbent.

Is Biden Ceding the Law-and-Order Issue?

Patrick J. Buchanan, CNS News

We are beginning to see how this all unfolds. And from here, it looks like the Democratic left is going to be the loser on all counts. Are the nation's police forces shot through with systemic racism and overpopulated by white cops who relish using violence on Black folks? Or are our police the first of the first responders, the thin blue line standing between America and anarchy? The Republicans have chosen. If and when Biden comes out of the basement again, he is going to have to take a stand. Declaring evenhanded neutrality won't cut it.

The Five Reasons Trump Is Going to Crush Biden

Kurt Schlichter, Townhall

Why not do the post-mortem before the mortem, you know, a pre-mortem of why the creepy old weirdo who lives in a basement lost? 1. Joe Biden Is Joe Biden. No one is excited about Joe Biden. No one. 2. There’s No Market for Socialist Dictatorship Outside Academia and Blue Cities. 3. Minorities Are Getting Woke to Democrat Duplicity. 4. Trump Has Done a Good Job. 5. Do You Know Anyone Who Went from Trump to Biden? the evidence that is most powerful to me is purely anecdotal. I do not know a single person who has flipped Donald Trump to Biden.

Pelosi and Clinton's scare tactics endanger the presidential election and the republic

Michael McKenna, Washington Times

The problem with Mrs. Pelosi’s and Mrs. Clinton’s comments and the surliness of the mob is, if the election is marked by uncertainty, delay and competing claims of legitimacy, it is imperative that leaders on both sides maintain their composure and optionality. Identifying a rival party as a domestic enemy, or foreclosing any possible remedy to a crisis, is not wise. We all hope that the election is safe and straightforward, and the results conclusive. But if it isn’t, and they aren’t, we all need to be proceed as if our republic is at risk.

War Games for Democrats? Or Game Over?

Daniel Oliver, Daily Caller

What will the Democrats do if they lose the election? Incidentally (or not), which candidate in 2016 said the election was tainted? Fortunately, she was not the incumbent, but her people have been trying for three years nevertheless. Trump’s economic policies (especially deregulation) and the rioting in cities controlled for decades by Democrats may convince enough people who have for years voted Democrat to vote Republican this time. And maybe next time too. And perhaps many times to come. And in that case, for the Democrats, it’s game over.

‘Shots Fired! Shots Fired!’

Robert Stacy McCain, The American Spectator

How quickly and unexpectedly a law enforcement officer’s job can go from routine to life-or-death. The mobs carrying protest signs, hurling bricks at cops, smashing windows, and looting stores are being manipulated by distorted media coverage. If these rioting mobs would just stay home and watch Police Activity videos on YouTube, they’d get a more realistic picture of what cops face every day. It’s a tough job, being a cop. Maybe the media, the protest mobs, and the politicians ought to express some gratitude toward the men who do that job.

Why I walked away from Democrats to support President Trump

Vernon Jones, CNN

Since taking office, President Donald Trump continues to prioritize earning the support and trust of all Black Americans. He's championed policies that positively affected our community. Despite disgusting assertions from the left-wing media, I am not being paid anything for my support. President Trump has earned my support. Actions speak a hell of a lot louder than words, and the historic actions taken by President Trump throughout his time in office have improved the lives of many Americans -- of every race, background, religion, and creed.

Republicans fight back against left's shameful 'racist' smear

Cal Thomas, Washington Times

Republicans are starting to do a better job of reaching out to minorities. It is their party — from Abraham Lincoln, to Calvin Coolidge (who spoke out for civil rights during a time when the KKK was ascendant), to Dwight Eisenhower (who sent troops to desegregate Southern schools), to providing the critical votes that passed civil rights legislation in the 1960s over the objections of Southern Democrats — that offers minorities an opportunity to become independent of government and build a better future for themselves and their families.

What Is the Violence in American Cities All About?

Victor Davis Hanson, PJ Media

It's hard to tell what the revolutionary violence in our cities is all about. Cultural revolutions are incoherent and nihilist. The point of the mob is to wipe out what it cannot create. It topples what it can neither match nor even comprehend. It would erode the very system that ensures its singular freedom, leisure, and historic affluence. The brand of the anarchist is not logic but envy-driven power: to take it, to keep it, and to use it against purported enemies — which would otherwise be impossible in times of calm or through the ballot box.

Trump Takes The Viguerie Path To Victory

Republicans never, ever win the presidency unless they nationalize the election by campaigning on a conservative agenda— drawing a sharp contrast between the Democrat worldview and the conservative worldview. And judging by this week’s convention, and President Trump’s acceptance speech, that contrast is going to be sharply drawn – there will be no pale pastels in the 2020 Trump campaign.

What We Know So Far About The Kyle Rittenhouse Case

Kyle Rittenhouse, the young man who stepped up to take the place of the Kenosha, Wisconsin police department, has now been charged with first-degree intentional homicide in the fatal shootings that took place during the second night of looting and arson in Kenosha, Wisconsin. Yet many questions remain unanswered about the confrontations that left two rioters with extensive criminal records dead and a third, who was armed, wounded.

Assault on America, Day 604: RNC vs. DNC, Day 4: Trump recital earns encore on Election Day

Entering to singer Lee Greenwood’s legendary anthem “God Bless the U.S.A.”, President Donald Trump delivered a performance for the ages on the final night of the 2020 Republican convention. Taken as a whole, it was a fitting conclusion to what turned out to be one of the best party celebrations of all-time. Now the hard work begins to get Trump elected again.

Democrats gird for post-election battle, 'massive legal operation'

Byron York, Washington Examiner

If it is close, the 2020 election could turn into a legal battle that will make the 2000 Florida recount look tame. The Biden campaign is working on a "massive legal operation" to assure victory. Given that we have seen recent stories about more than half a million mail-in ballots being rejected in the primary season, look for a wave of Democratic lawsuits to press courts to stretch or force exceptions to rules on the timeliness of ballots and the limits of acceptable voter error. Democrats are prepared to do anything. "It's a battle," said Hillary Clinton.

Polling of the Presidential Race Misleads

Conrad Black, The Epoch Times

Part of Democratic strategic dissembling is to claim Biden is riding a bandwagon with a heavy lead toward an almost inevitable victory. This is a reasonable election tactic, but it’s bunk. There is plenty of room to dislike Trump, but not with the frenzied nastiness of the Obamas and Sanders. And nothing less than a campaign of hysterical vilification will distract the country for long from the fact that Biden and Harris are an ambiguous and unconvincing tandem atop a policy engine that is an affront to the intelligence and the interests of most Americans.

A Tale of Two Tax Cuts

Stephen Moore, CNS News

The Trump plan would provide 140 million low- and middle-income Americans with roughly a $1,000 tax cut for the rest of the year. Trump's plan gives 100 percent of the benefit to those who make less than $100,000. What is the Democratic alternative? They want a new tax write-off that will help...Bill Gates, Gorge Soros, Michael Bloomberg and other rich Democratic campaign contributors. They would do so by reinstating the deduction of state and local taxes from federal income taxes. Remember this the next time a liberal says Republicans only care about the rich.

How To End The Republican National Convention With A Bang

Respecting religious liberty and protecting institutions from the encroachment of overweening secular authorities are central tenets of today’s Republican Party. Renewing that commitment with an Executive Order declaring religious assemblies to be “essential activities” would not only be the right thing to do in the face of religious discrimination from Democrat Governors and Mayors, it would send a message that would carry straight through to Election Day.

The Melania Factor

Democrats and their allies in Hollywood and the New York media don’t seem to get that by mocking Mrs. Trump and refusing her the fashion and style section coverage typically afforded the First Lady have only served to heighten her appeal to the Trump base and reinforce the idea that Democrats are too cruel to be trusted with the power of the federal government.