The Democrats Plan For Voter Suppression

Tony Quinn
Political Analyst

Sacramento Democrats have come up with a clever way to suppress votes in the next primary, one that will keep hundreds of thousands of voters from the polls next March.  This is a just passed law that forbids the Secretary of State from listing President Trump on the Republican primary ballot because he has not […]

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Harris and Warren – Laying the Groundwork for a 40-State Trump Landslide

Tony Quinn
Political Analyst

With the likely fading of “Apologizin’ Joe” Biden, the Democratic race seems to be coming down to two women, California Sen. Kamala Harris and Massachusetts Sen. Elizabeth Warren.  But the Democrats should be forewarned; both these women are extremely flawed candidates whose nomination could well lead to a 40-state Trump landslide. Harris, in her put […]

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Comparing Texas And California, And Why Texas Wins Out

Tony Quinn
Political Analyst

“Texafornia – A Glimpse into America’s Future” headlines The Economist’s special report last week comparing America’s two mega states, California and Texas.  The British magazine looked at several areas where the two states compete, and for the most part California came out second best. One fifth of all Americans call California or Texas home.  California, […]

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The Surprising End To The Citizenship Question

Tony Quinn
Political Analyst

Supreme Court Chief Justice John Roberts surprised virtually all court watchers by killing the Trump Administration’s efforts to add a citizenship question to the 2020 census.  In so doing he saved his court, and the nation, from the embarrassing situation of validating the lies by which the administration had tried to justify this question. The […]

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The Poway Shooting Illustrates The Difference Between California And Texas

Tony Quinn
Political Analyst

Good thing for John Earnest that he shot up a synagogue in California and not in Texas.  Thanks to Gov. Gavin Newsom, the worst thing Earnest faces in California is three square meals a day at taxpayer expense for the rest of his life; in Texas his crime would have meant execution.

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Sen. Kamala Harris and Slave Reparations

Tony Quinn
Political Analyst

Sen. Kamala Harris has indicated support for reparations to black Americans to address the legacy of slavery but has not provided many specifics.  She should. The public needs to know who Harris feels deserve reparations and who should pay for them. The idea of reparations has been around for a long time but has recently […]

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A Pox on Both Houses: A Worthless Lawsuit; A Dangerous Emergency Act

Tony Quinn
Political Analyst

Don’t be fooled by the kabuki lawsuit against President Trump’s wall just filed by Attorney General Xavier Becerra and 15 other Democratic attorneys general. Both sides want the same result, for Trump to prevail at the Supreme Court, as surely he will. This lawsuit and Trump’s wall both are sops to each party’s political base. […]

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Kamala Harris is the New George McGovern

Tony Quinn
Political Analyst

Shades of the past. Kamala Harris is setting up the Democrats to repeat history and lose a perfectly winnable election. In a throwaway line in her first television interview Harris called for ridding 180 million Americans of the private health insurance they find perfectly acceptable. With such careless chatter, Donald Trump will chew her up […]

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The Trump Factor in California’s Republican Disaster

Tony Quinn
Political Analyst

California Republicans remain in denial about the role of President Trump in their worst shellacking in history. The party’s national committeeman Shawn Steel blames Democratic money, organization, mobilization, demographics, registration, but specifically “not President Trump.” But an actual look at the final results shows that this disaster was Trump, all Trump and nothing but Trump. […]

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Dianne Feinstein’s Growing Problems

Tony Quinn
Political Analyst

It is hard to find a Democrat who did poorly this year in California, but the state’s senior Senator, Dianne Feinstein, was one. Not only did she have a mediocre re-election, winning by just 54 percent against a weak fellow Democrat, but she is receiving some blame for the poor Democratic showing in November in […]

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