Tag: 2020 election

Mollie’s Doing It Again

 

Mollie Hemingway wrote a solid, well-researched book on the Kavanaugh hearings, and now it looks like she’s going to do it again to the 2020 election: “Mollie Hemingway Is Writing the 2020 Election Book the Media Don’t Want You to Read.”

The book will include interviews from lawyers, campaign activists, and election officials who were on the ground in Pennsylvania, Georgia, Wisconsin, and other swing states. It will include discussions with elected lawmakers from across the country, including senators and members of Congress, about the importance of election integrity.

Mollie Is Taking on the 2020 Election

 

I saw today that Mollie Hemingway is writing a book on the 2020 election. I can’t wait to give her my money. Because I know she’ll say the things that I want her to say? No. That’s not Mollie. Or me. I want to give her my money for this because 1) The reporting and handling of all of this has been dangerously propagandistic, and 2) after years of interacting with Mollie and seeing her approach, she is exactly the right person to investigate even if no one else will.

She asks the right questions. She doesn’t accept the answers if they don’t make sense. She keeps pulling on the thread while everyone else seems intent on denying that any threads exist at all. Who knows where it will lead? I can guess, but I can also accept being wrong about my guess.

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One of the more distasteful aspects of the 2020 election was local election boards accepting substantial private donations for “official” election operations. My now-former home of Delaware County, Pennsylvania, was one, accepting a $2.2 million private donation to fund the placement of 32 dropboxes and to promote voting by mail, on a narrow 2-1 vote by […]

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Trump supporters who contest the 2020 election lose their 5th, 4th, and 1st Amendment rights, Constitutional liberty interests, and writ of habeus corpus  in Washington DC Courts, where the guy with the viking horns is being held without bail because he might “push false claim of election fraud” if released.   Preview Open

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I may be wrong in that I have not heard any articles or statements about an obvious take on the argument of voter fraud in the Presidential Election.  I think we can all agree that there is nothing that the Democratic Party wouldn’t do try and expose Donald Trump as a fool and liar.  If […]

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On this episode of “The Federalist Radio Hour,” RealClearInvestigations and RealClearPolitics writer Mark Hemingway joins Culture Editor Emily Jashinsky to discuss Time Magazine’s article “The Secret History of the Shadow Campaign That Saved the 2020 Election” and how it demonstrates the corporate media’s bias in approaching the 2020 presidential election.

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Whenever one of our major political parties loses an election – usually involving the presidency, but also House of Congress, governorships, and even state legislatures – there’s often a proctological exam of sorts. What went wrong? Why did we lose? What’s our path forward back to victory? Preview Open

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Despair Is a Choice

 

He knew all the arguments for despair, and would not listen to them. – J.R.R. Tolkien, The Return of the King

Eva Cassidy was 33 years old and at the height of her creative powers when she was struck down by melanoma in 1996. At the time of her death, she was largely unknown outside the Washington D.C. area. But after her death, someone in the U.K. happened to play Eva’s recording of Somewhere Over The Rainbow on the radio and the result was that her self-recorded “Songbird” album zoomed to the top of the U.K. music charts. Only after she was gone did the world start to recognize her artistic beauty.

We hope you had a wonderful Christmas and we’re glad to have you back as we return to our prestigious Three Martini Lunch Awards. Today, Jim and Greg discuss the worst scandals of 2020, which Jim choosing an international mess and Greg opting for a domestic one. Next, we sift through a ton of possibilities for the best and worst political theater of 2020.

After a hiatus, the podcast is back!

In this episode, Seth and Jay along with guest Karol Markowicz, go through 2020 and offer up some ideas about 2021.

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Let’s consider a scenario.  A major corporation goes bankrupt rapidly, and lots of people lose jobs or money in stocks.  Even other companies are left holding the bag from purchase orders.  It turns out that a major executive was actively embezzling from the company and defrauding the investors while lying to the SEC.  However, the […]

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As states begin to certify the 2020 election results, and the court litigation disputing the election outcome slowly ends, Americans ought to focus their attention on the two U.S. Senate races down in Georgia. Republican Senators David Perdue and Kelly Loeffler are running close races against their Democratic opponents—and the results of these elections will […]

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A seismic shift was felt at the press conference today by President Trump’s attorneys. The opening statements of “systemic” voter fraud is so far-reaching, including foreign interference, and is way beyond anything that could have been imagined. Trump attorney Sidney Powell stated that “this is our Generation’s 1775”.  https://www.c-span.org/video/?c4924409/user-clip-trump-campaign-news-conference-legal-challenges Preview Open

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