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Texas Republicans, led by candidate Peter Flores, won a special election on Tuesday in the Texas State Senate. Hillary Clinton won this district by 12 points just 22 months ago, and Flores won by 6 points on Tuesday evening. This district has not been represented by a Republican in the State Senate since 1879. That’s right, 1879. Rutherford B. Hayes was president in 1879. And Albert Einstein, he of the theory of relativity and E=MC2, was born in 1879.

Nationally, Republicans should take heart from this victory and keep fighting. Do NOT fall for the media’s narrative of a “blue wave” or unicorn dust or anything else. Get out there and persuade the people on the fence, the people who decide late, that you are the right person for the job.


Ideas and big issues win elections. While the Republican party has all the modern ideas, and the Democrats continue to push the unimportant, uninspiring, and unworkable agenda, even devoted Leftist John Kerry is telling the Democrats they are wrong for Democrats to be talking about abolishing ICE and impeaching President Trump:

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Seen in The Detroit News:

Opinion: Tax reform works for Michigan

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Please, any Democrat share with us, how many of the 2,000 child predators behind bars because of ICE would you release back into our communities?


The Democrats: Setting America Back Again


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USA Today:  Tax-free weekend 2018: These states offer tax free shopping for back to school

When are the Sales Tax Holidays in 2018?

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AP story on the jobs numbers with great information (via Marketplace)

Good things happening in the economy

John Tamny podcast interview regarding his book The End of Work

On Tax Reform 2.0:

We Need A ‘Tax Cuts And Jobs Act’ 2.0

Five things to know about Trump tax cuts: Phase two

Scalise: “We want to make all the tax cuts permanent.”

Tax cuts 2.0 can be done by November elections: Congressman Brady

Extreme? More Like, Predictable

Less than an hour ago at the time of this posting, President Trump announced Brett Kavanaugh as his choice to replace Justice Kennedy on the United States Supreme Court. Last Friday we recorded a podcast (skip to minute 6 if you like) about how the Left plays the game during times like this. We mentioned that the Left would use the word “extreme” in their pre-fab press releases and talking points to describe anyone that President Trump would choose.

Well, true to form, here are some of the immediate tweets since the announcement, and the word “extreme” is in each one of them:

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The good economic news has not made it to Bloomberg or the LA Times just yet.

At Bloomberg:
America’s Millennials Are Waking Up to a Grim Financial Future
Job prospects, savings, safety nets, life expectancy—the data show just how bad a mess they face.

Same story, this one at LA Times: