The future of our nation is at stake. There is already one Supreme Court vacancy that will be filled by the next President. The world continues to become a more and more dangerous place thanks to the failed foreign policies of Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama. Our national economy continues to struggle. We need real change to fix the problems facing our nation.
I’m with you, the American people
The Michigan Republican Party at its state convention Friday and Saturday chose its 59 delegates to represent Michigan at the Republican National Convention in July.
Congratulations to Delta County’s very own Judi Schwalbach who will be attending our National Convention in Cleveland representing John Kasich.
Here are the Michigan delegates who will represent each candidate:
♦ Donald Trump:
Sen. Jack Brandenburg
Linda Burns Torp
NEW YORK — Wall Street collapsed again on Friday, extending a brutal market rout that threatens to dent Democrats’ chances in 2016 and give a boost to Republicans who say the world is an increasingly dangerous mess.
The Dow dropped 390 points on Friday amid falling oil prices, weak U.S. economic data and more fear of a major slowdown in China. The blue chip index is off over 8 percent so far in 2016, fueling arguments from Republicans that despite consistent job growth, the U.S. economy is in deep trouble.
About 20 percent of likely Democratic voters say they would buck the party and vote for Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump in a general election, according to a new poll.
The willingness of some Democrats to change sides could be a major problem for Democratic front-runner Hillary Clinton this fall.
The new figures were released by Mercury Analytics, a research company with clients that include MSNBC and Fox News, as the result of an online poll and dial-test of Trump’s first campaign ad.
As President Obama moves closer to using executive action to tighten regulations on gun purchases, the Republican presidential candidates hoping to succeed him are accusing him of abusing power and promising to reverse such measures if elected.
Mr. Obama is meeting with Attorney General Loretta E. Lynch this week to discuss what moves he can take to curb gun violence. One possibility is focusing on who could be considered a high-volume dealer for an executive action that could expand background checks.
Twenty-two years ago, my esteemed colleague Dan Henninger wrote a blockbuster Journal editorial titled “No Guardrails.” Its subject was people “who don’t think that rules of personal or civil conduct apply to them,” as well as the elites who excuse this lack of self-control and the birth of a less-civilized culture.
We are today witnessing the political version of this phenomenon. That’s how to make sense of a presidential race that grows more disconnected from normality by the day.