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No Justice and No Peace for Persecuted Trump by Jeff Crouere

Last Thursday, in a courtroom in Manhattan that voted against him 88-12% in 2020, a jury, heavily persuaded by a judge, who contributed to Joe Biden in 2020, convicted President Donald Trump on 34 counts of falsification of business records. The case concerns payments that were made to former Trump attorney Michael Cohen in 2017. […]

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The Vanishing of the House GOP Majority by Jeff Crouere

With a failed President and the future of the country in jeopardy, the Republican Party should be united and focused on one objective, victory in November. Unfortunately, instead of uniting behind the platform of the party and heeding the wishes of grassroots Republicans, the GOP is amid turmoil again. After the 2022 midterm election, the

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GOP Leaders, Listen to Your Base by Jeff Crouere

On Wednesday, U.S. Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY), the last of the Republican Party “Mc-Failures,” announced his retirement from his leadership position. As GOP Senate leader for 17 years, McConnell can boast of the longest tenure in congressional history. He will vacate his party position this year, allowing for a new leader to take

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The GOP is in Turmoil; Ronna Must Go Now by Jeff Crouere

The tenure of Republican National Committee (RNC) Chairwoman Ronna McDaniel must immediately end. Sadly, the RNC is in horrible shape as it prepares for a crucial presidential election year. Last week, the 2023 fundraising totals were released for both major political parties. The RNC only raised $87.2 million, compared to $119.9 million raised by the

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The Big Switch, GOP Is the Working-Class Party by Jeff Crouere

In the post-World War II era, Democrats were labeled as the political party that represented average Americans. Democrats were credited with fighting for the rights of the working-class, minorities, women, and the disadvantaged. In contrast, the Republicans were supposedly the party of the country club elitists, the Chamber of Commerce, and the business tycoons looking

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Don’t Blame Me, I Voted for Trump by Jeff Crouere

As the world is on fire, President Joe Biden was once again relaxing in Delaware last weekend. According to a recent analysis, Biden has spent approximately 40% of his presidency on vacation, earning him the title of the most “idle” President, according to The New York Post. Of course, throughout his presidency, Americans have witnessed

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