Tag: election

Due to the lockdown, the Pasadena GOP Club group was notified 24 hours before the event they would not be allowed to have a speaker. Dinner, yes, but no speaker. So instead of obeying bureaucrats’ inane rules, they moved the meeting to a private home. The turnout was spectacular. Dave discusses the state of the 2020 Election, Sidney Powell, what a Biden Administration intends to do, and answers questions from the audience.

Join Jim and Greg as they welcome growing evidence that coronavirus transmission rates are very low in the schools. Jim explains why the Trump campaign’s accusations of massive election fraud don’t seem to hold water. And they shake their heads as Barack Obama reveals why his Middle East peace efforts went nowhere.

Join Host Joe Selvaggi and Harvard Professor Chase Harrison as they discuss polling methodology and what errors in 2020 reveal about voting during COVID-19 and changing attitudes toward pollsters.

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Chase Harrison is Associate Director of the Harvard Program on Survey Research and Preceptor in Survey Methods in the Department of Government. Chase served as Director of Research Computing Services and Principal Survey Methodologist at the Harvard Business School, where he was responsible for developing and maintaining core resources in the social sciences. As a survey researcher, Chase had designed, directed, and analyzed surveys in a variety of settings and with a variety of populations since 1991. He received his MA (Survey Research) and Ph.D. (Political Science) from the University of Connecticut.

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National Election Fraud: Evidence of National Chicanery During America’s 2020 Presidential Election by Ammo.com’s lead writer, Sam Jacobs, originally appeared in Thought Grenades, the blog on LibertasBella.com. Source links for the claims made can be found in the original post there. Below we explore the details and the data of what happened across the nation […]

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Georgia Election Fraud: Evidence of Peach State Chicanery During America’s 2020 Presidential Election by Ammo.com’s lead writer, Sam Jacobs, originally appeared in Thought Grenades, the blog on LibertasBella.com. Source links for the claims made can be found in the original post there. Below we explore the details and the data of what happened in Georgia, […]

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Below we explore the details and the data of what happened in Pennsylvania, nicknamed “The Keystone State“, on Election Day. Elsewhere we explore similar efforts in the key swing states of Wisconsin, Michigan, and Georgia. Preview Open

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Below we explore the details and the data of what happened in the unassuming State of Wisconsin, nicknamed “The Badger State“, on Election Day. Elsewhere we explore similar efforts in the key swing states of Pennsylvania, Michigan, and Georgia. Preview Open

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Ep. 265 – Jackson Darr, a self-described “data monkey” is Editor at RRHElections.com, the nation’s largest blog on elections and polling from a right-leaning perspective, explains the voting irregularities and fraud that has caused Election 2020 to be turned on its head.

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My apologies to @saintaugustine, I was trying to respond or add to your “Keeping Track of Election Fraud” post and I went over the limit. My two typing fingers are sore and I could figure out how to split my comment in two to stay on thread. I did nt in any way intend to […]

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With the stark inevitability of a Biden/Harris presidency staring us in the face (barring a legal miracle), I can’t get the Dylan song out of my head – or more precisely, the title of the song. Yes, it’s morose and reeks of defeat, and sure, the song is about a love affair gone wrong, not […]

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This week on “The Learning Curve,” Cara and Gerard are joined by Jason Riley, a senior fellow at the Manhattan Institute and columnist for The Wall Street Journal. Jason shares insights on the 2020 election, its implications for the next two years, and assuming Vice President Biden becomes president, how he may govern on K-12 education. They discuss the likely direction of policymaking with regard to charter public schools and school choice, and the influence of the teachers’ unions. Jason offers thoughts about the George Floyd tragedy and protests, the state of race relations across America, and how political, media, civic, and religious leaders could address the country’s deep divisions. Lastly, Jason shares lessons on race, economics, and education from Dr. Thomas Sowell, the subject of his forthcoming biography.

Story of the Week: Dr. Thomas Sowell, Hoover Institution Senior Fellow, describes the legal and regulatory barriers, promoted by the powerful and self-interested teachers’ unions, that prevent more students from attending the charter public schools that are successfully educating low-income minority children across America.

Join Jim and Greg as the navigate through the states that are still too close to call in the presidential race and the dueling Trump and Biden campaign pronouncements that they’ve already won. They also discuss Republicans beating expectations in House and Senate races and the decent chance the GOP has to keep a Senate majority. And they unload on the polling industry, which once again did not have a clue, with one notable exception.

Join Host Joe Selvaggi as he discusses with Harvard Professor Bob Blendon his New England Journal of Medicine Special Report, “Implications of the 2020 Election for U.S. Health Policy,” which covers broad differences in both parties’ view of the role of government in healthcare and what the election results will mean for Americans.

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On Tuesday we’re going to get down to cases in America. Everything is on the line. And everything that you think is normal right now, today, could be fading or gone very shortly. The Democrat Party, transmogrified into what amounts to “communism lite,” insanely wants to destroy everything that has made America great: the Founding […]

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Join Jim and Greg as they welcome the final day of the seemingly endless 2020 campaign. They also brace for mayhem in major American cities as business board up in anticipation of violence perpetrated by the likes of Shutdown DC and Black Lives Matter. And they have fun with the presidential vote broken down by voters’ first names.