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Vulnerable Democrats should hope for GOP unity on Kavanaugh

If any Democrats provide the swing vote that puts President Trump’s nominee on the high court, many on the left will be furious and abandon them on Election Day.

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donald trump's populism

President Trump’s next Supreme Court appointee is likely to be confirmed. If that happens, Trump will have led one of the most consequential conservative presidencies in modern American history. So, to all the conservatives who cast their ballots in 2016 for just this moment — you did the right thing.

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The Harvard scandal contains a lot of takeaways, but here’s the one I hope sticks with my fellow Asian Americans: It’s time for us to end our blind loyalty to the Democratic Party and support instead politicians who will promote our interests.

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Experts discuss the role of bias in the DOJ’s Inspector General Report into the Hilary Clinton investigation.

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AEI Archive Project

The Electoral College has once again come into the spotlight this time following the 2016 presidential election and the defeat of alleged favorite, Hillary Clinton. Is it time to quit the College?

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Sorting through the various takes on California’s primary results, it looks like the primary was a mixed bag for Democrats.

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What do the early polls tell us about the 2018 congressional contests? Here is a snapshot of current national survey results and how they compare with pre-election surveys and exit polls from past midterm elections.

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In 2006, Republicans lost 30 seats in the House of Representatives, including ones that no one had believed were vulnerable at the beginning of the year. They also lost control of the Senate. There are three reasons why the 2006 model might not be enough for Democrats to win the House in 2018.

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In the June issue of AEI’s Political Report, we look at early 2018 polls ahead of this year’s congressional elections and how they relate to polls in previous midterms.

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The methods the FBI used to investigate Trump and Hillary’s cases are accused of being politicized due to the secrecy around Trump and publicity around Clinton.

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