Electoral College Opponents Attempt to Have It Both Ways

 
 
May 24, 2019
 

Happy Friday from Washington, where progressives join with Hollywood to push corporations from Amazon to Bank of America far to the left. One conservative outfit pushes the other way, Kevin Mooney reports. Nevada's decision to turn against the Electoral College is ominous, Tara Ross writes. A White House veteran shares insights on the podcast. Plus: Deana Bass Williams and Dee Dee Bass Wilbon on the cynical message of the Northam blackface "investigation," Cal Thomas on a trustworthy plan to balance the budget, and Jarrett Stepman on millennial crybabies. Have a wonderful Memorial Day weekend.

 
 
 
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After years of stagnating, National Popular Vote has obtained support from four states in just one short year—or five states, if you count Nevada, which is on the cusp of supporting it.
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In recent weeks, activists politely confronted executives of five major U.S. corporations—AT&T, Bank of America, Johnson & Johnson, Amazon, and Twitter—at shareholder meetings.
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Modern-day "woke" liberals weaponize race when it suits their interests, and ignore actual racism when it cuts against their narrative.
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Reducing the debt and reforming entitlements is simple, but not if you are a member of Congress. Too many prefer the issue to a solution, because their primary goal is reelection.
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Rick Dearborn had a front-row seat to President Donald Trump's first year in the White House.
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"The last thing taxpayers need is for the same politicians who racked up a $22 trillion national debt to go on an earmark binge," says Sen. Ben Sasse, R-Neb.
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The tribulations earlier generations faced, and the financial hardship they endured, are barely possible for us to imagine.
 
     
 
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