His answer to $5 gas is for you to buy a $60,000 vehicle. That alone explains just how out of touch he has become.
Fetterman’ press secretary offered no answer when asked whether the candidate would be releasing an update on his medical condition.
O'Dea is a really good candidate whose worldview very much reflects that of the voters here: fierce, independent thinking and owing nothing to anyone.
The Florida governor's recent trip to Pittsburgh and Youngstown, Ohio, shows his message is emerging in prominence in the Republican Party and that he has his eyes on the presidency in 2024.
Oz's challenge isn't Oz himself, and it isn't even Trump. It is the mystique surrounding Fetterman that the press has created that has turned him into a folk hero.
Joe Biden is governing as an elite know-it-all who cares little for the concerns of the people he governs.
The American energy industry has a great story to tell; it is a job creator, it stabilizes communities, and it is a secure source of energy for the country."
Fetterman has never run head-to-head against a Republican opponent. Oz, too, has never run head-to-head against a Democrat. In fact, the only race he's ever run and won was the one in May.
Even in a divided nation, the American flag means something to people on all sides of the aisle. We are all part of something bigger than ourselves individually and our political tribes.
In an era filled with news and social media posts listing reasons to hate living in this country, places such as the Evergreen Drive-In where they celebrate America are more common than you think.
The term “flyover country” implies that the lives and industries of half the U.S. population are ignorable—that is, until the people, places, and problems ignored begin to affect national politics.
As with many of the big problems to hit the public in the past year, including high gas prices and soaring inflation, this White House is dangerously disconnected from the people it serves.
Law-abiding Pittsburgh residents don’t understand why their quality of life, safety, and dignity must be sacrificed so Democratic politicians can keep ignoring the massive drug problem nearby.
Last week was more than just the end of Howard Johnson's. It marked one more place in our culture that lost touch with its customers because the owners had little in common with them.
“Let’s not forget that the Democrats only have two black senators,” Scott says. ”Let’s not pretend our margins are drastically different.”
Brian Kemp defeated Stacey Abrams four years ago in their first matchup. Abrams has yet to concede she lost that election.
In contrast, Pennsylvania Democrats—thanks mostly to the progressive messaging coming out of Washington and echoed by corporations, academia, and the media—have seen their elected numbers contract.
Trump and Palin formed an early bond long before he ran for president in 2016, something she encourages him to do again.
Grover Cleveland, like Joe Biden, remained both stubborn and stuck ahead of the midterms and in his final two years in office. More than a century later, Democrats are in for another hard lesson.
The upcoming Georgia primary is one of three big contests where Trump has handpicked challengers to upend fellow Republican incumbents.