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  • To choose whether or not to continue the 2016 American Voter Revolt

    10/17/2018 7:52:29 AM PDT · by Sean_Anthony · 2 replies
    Canada Free Press ^ | 10/17/18 | Lee Cary
    A choice whether or not to determine the future of America by continuing the 2016 American Voter Revolt. If you’ve voted in several Presidential elections in America, you may have, at some time, felt unenthusiastic about choosing between the political version of Tweddle Dee and Dweddle Dum of Alice and Wonderland fame. You had cause to feel that way. It wasn’t your fault. Had you come of voting age in 1904, you not only would be dead now, you would have, throughout your life, missed the opportunity to choose between Presidential candidates representing two, distinct, major, political parties.
  • A Review of Trump’s Contract with the American Voter

    11/03/2016 10:19:57 AM PDT · by Sean_Anthony · 2 replies
    Canada Free Press ^ | 11/03/16 | Greg Penglis
    Measures to clean up Washington • Actions to Protect American Workers • Actions to Protect American Workers Since no media outlet in the country to my knowledge has or will sit down with Donald Trump before the election, and in a logical way go over and review his Contract with the American Voter, I shall do my own review. Considering what is at stake in this election, wouldn’t it be nice to have an explanation from Trump, and a critique, so the voters can make an informed decision? I think Trump is doing a tremendous disservice to himself, all his...
  • What we learned about the American voter in 2014

    12/31/2014 1:06:42 PM PST · by PROCON · 3 replies
    politico ^ | Dec. 31, 2014 | Jonathan Topaz
    Have Republicans disrupted Democrats’ demographic advantage?Working-class white voters continued their decadeslong defection from the Democratic Party. The president was a major drag on his party, particularly given a challenging Senate map. Turnout was historically low, even for a midterm election. The 2014 Republican landslide has both parties poring over the data, hoping to glean insights about the current state of the electorate before the 2016 elections. But it might take until the next presidential cycle to answer the most pressing question: Is Republicans’ 2014 success the result of significant changes in how voters view the two parties, or is the...