The Real Brexit Message: A Warning To Hillary

Tony Quinn
Political Analyst

One year from now the leaders of the Free World could well be two men born in  New York with weird orange hair, British Prime Minister Boris Johnson and American President Donald Trump.  You don’t think so, well look at the Brexit results and what you see is the dance of The Boris and The […]

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Orlando and Donald Trump

Tony Quinn
Political Analyst

As Donald Trump raises his right hand to assume the presidency next January 20, one word will explain how it all happened: Orlando.  What occurred early in the morning of June 12 in this usually quiet central Florida city – the greatest mass killing in American history – is going to reverberate through our presidential politics […]

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Networks Calling Election Winners Tonight—Not So Fast

Tony Quinn
Political Analyst

Now comes California, the Big Enchilada.  No more teeny tiny states picking presidents; it’s our turn.  More than eight million ballots will be cast, but unlike almost every other state, millions of these ballots will not be counted on Election Night. California’s massive electorate votes in stages.  Voting by mail has become so popular that […]

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Why Trump Just Might Win

Tony Quinn
Political Analyst

Two new California polls are showing what is becoming increasingly clear across the nation: there is a very good chance that Donald Trump will be the next president of the United States.  On Monday, Survey USA, which has a good track record in California, showed Hillary Clinton leading Donald Trump by 52 to 38 percent.  On Wednesday, […]

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Called Last December—Trump Would Win Nomination

Tony Quinn
Political Analyst

(Editor’s Note: Even before the first primary vote was cast and well ahead of other pundits, political analyst Tony Quinn wrote the following column for Fox and Hounds predicting that Donald Trump would win the GOP nomination, mapping out his success in Southern States and even the fall of Marco Rubio in his home state […]

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Three Million New Voters And A $58 Billiion Tax Increase; Donald Trump’s Impact On California

Tony Quinn
Political Analyst

Donald Trump’s presidential candidacy has the potential to totally remake California politics by costing a third to a half of all Republican incumbents their seats this fall, thus bringing to an end the two party system in California. Polling data and political trends support this conclusion.  Californians no longer split their tickets to the extent […]

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How California’s Primary Process Will Help Donald Trump and Hurt Ted Cruz

Tony Quinn
Political Analyst

California’s June primary will not really count in the long race for the Republican nomination like it should because the primary here is organized in a way that makes no sense.  Instead of one presidential primary on June 7, we will have 54 contests. One contest will be for the statewide winner, and that winner […]

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Trump Wins

Tony Quinn
Political Analyst

Donald Trump has won the Republican nomination for President and will be the Republican nominee.  Forget anything else; he won across the board on Super Tuesday, adding to his wins in a New England Yankee state (New Hampshire); a southern evangelical state (South Carolina), and a Western suburban state (Nevada).  It is all over. So how […]

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The California Impact of Justice Scalia’s Death

Tony Quinn
Political Analyst

The death of Justice Antonin Scalia ends, at least for now, the 40-year conservative majority on the U.S. Supreme Court.  That majority began with justices chosen by President Nixon, and his picks ended a liberal majority that also went back four decades to President Roosevelt.  So Scalia’s death has a profound impact on the court, […]

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New Hampshire – Maker Of Presidents

Tony Quinn
Political Analyst

Iowa they say picks corn and New Hampshire picks presidents.  And in fact, that is exactly right.  New Hampshire not only makes presidents, it also rids us of presidents, two in recent history.  And this year it is going to play its traditional mighty role. Hillary Clinton simply has to survive New Hampshire, but if […]

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