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Most Recent Articles: October 2018

 October 31, 2018

Americans Agree Halloween is For All

31% Blame Lack of Gun Control, Not Shooters in Gun Crimes

A Bridge to Sell You By John Stossel

Yes, Unvetted Illegal Caravans Threaten Public Health By Michelle Malkin

Generic Congressional Ballot's Still A Close Call

October 30, 2018

Trump Gaining Praise on Immigration

Most Think Media is More Interested in Controversy Than Candidates

Americans Concerned U.S. Economy Headed For Another Recession

Why the Left Hates Prosperity By Stephen Moore

Is This Worse Than '68? By Patrick J. Buchanan

October 29, 2018

43% Say U.S. Heading in Right Direction

Most Give Trump Positive Marks for Economy

Voters Give The Edge to More Democratic Control in Congress

October 27, 2018

What They Told Us: Reviewing Last Week’s Key Polls

October 26, 2018 

The Left Will Never Thrive Without Its Own Smart, Entertaining and Well-Funded Media Organization By Ted Rall

Confidence Grows In Political Leaders’ Plan For The Future

Will Burly Men Stop House Democrats' Blue Wave? By Michael Barone

Did Trump Goad and Guide the Pipe Bomber? By Patrick J. Buchanan

Americans Oppose Third Gender Option on IDs

October 25, 2018

Trump, Economy Top Voter Concerns

Voters Think Reporters Trying to Help Democrats in Midterm Elections

A Dozen Days To Go: Ratings Changes in Gubernatorial, House Races By Kyle Kondik

October 24, 2018

Voters Feel Khashoggi Disappearance, ‘Arab NATO’ Important to National Security

Voters Support U.S. Sanctions Against Saudi Arabia In Death of Journalist

2018 Midterms: All About Obama By Michelle Malkin

Politicians' Deceitful Promise By John Stossel

Democrats Regain Minor Lead on This Week's Generic Ballot

October 23, 2018

Few Consider Themselves Wealthy, Even Among Highest Earners

Voters Say Government Should Stop Hondurans At the Border

More Parents Feel Bullying Is Schools' Responsibility, Not Theirs

'Medicare-for-All' By Stephen Moore

Time for Trump to Cut the Prince Loose? By Patrick J. Buchanan

October 22, 2018

43% Say U.S. Heading in Right Direction

Nearly Half View The Federal Reserve Favorably

Health Care Is a Major Voting Issue in Midterm Elections

October 20, 2018

What They Told Us: Reviewing Last Week’s Key Polls

October 19, 2018

Warren vs. Trump, and the Winner Is…

Americans Favor Amazon But Fear for Local Businesses

Caravan Puts Trump Legacy on the Line By Patrick J. Buchanan

Can Anti-Trump Hatred Carry the House for Democrats? By Michael Barone

October 18, 2018

Most Get Information About Candidates From the News

Despite Bankruptcy, Americans Still Like Sears

The Drive for 25: An updated seat-by-seat analysis of the House By Kyle Kondik

Do Voters See Value in Debates?

October 17, 2018

Voters Like Melania Trump a Bit More These Days

Voters Say Democrats Likely to Win House, Not Senate

Sinking Sleaze-Bob Menendez By Michelle Malkin

Shut Up, They Explain By John Stossel

Generic Congressional Ballot Tied Again This Week

October 16, 2018

Few Faced the Flu, But Still Plan to Vaccinate

 As Election Nears, Faith in Congress Is Up

Trump's North American Trade Triumph By Stephen Moore

Should US-Saudi Alliance Be Saved? By Patrick J. Buchanan

Voters Favor Drug Testing Lawmakers

October 15, 2018

43% Say U.S. Heading in Right Direction

Voters Reject Clinton’s Call for Incivility

Voters Don't Care Much For Celebrities, Outside Campaign Cash

October 13, 2018

What They Told Us: Reviewing Last Week’s Key Polls

How Brett Kavanaugh Framed Himself as a Martyr to the #MeToo Movement By Ted Rall

October 12, 2018

Voters Have More Faith in U.S. Elections These Days

Consumer Confidence Marches Upward

Don't Look for Civility Unless Democrats Win in November By Michael Barone

October 11, 2018

Fewer Americans Now See Workplace Sexual Harassment As a Serious Problem

Support for Dumping Electoral College Is Down

Midterm Update: North Dakota Goes to Leans Republican, Giving the Republicans a Clearer Edge in the Senate By Kyle Kondik

For Voters, Trump More Help Now to Candidates

October 10, 2018

Following Record Jobs Report, Fewer Than Ever Know Someone Unemployed

GOP Voters Madder, More Likely to Vote Because of Kavanaugh

Socialism Destroys By John Stossel

The Most Important Movie You've Never Heard Of By Michelle Malkin

Generic Congressional Ballot Is All Tied Up

October 9, 2018

Nearly Half Favor Student Depression Screenings

Kavanaugh Wins Popular Vote, Too

Most See More Female Leaders in the Near Future

Ending the Credit Rating Agency Racket By Stephen Moore

Casualty Lists From the Kavanaugh Battle By Patrick J. Buchanan

October 8, 2018

43% Say U.S. Heading in Right Direction

42% Optimistic About Future U.S.-China Trade Relations

Men, Women Disagree on Gov. Mandate to Seat Women on Boards of Directors

Democrats' Foul Tactics on Kavanaugh May Come Back to Bite Them By Michael Barone

October 6, 2018

Trump Has Revolutionized Politics. Can Democrats Catch Up? By Ted Rall

What They Told Us: Reviewing Last Week’s Key Polls

October 5, 2018

57% Agree It’s ‘A Scary Time’ to Be A Young Man

We Are All Deplorables Now By Patrick J. Buchanan

Most Rate Senate's Handling of Kavanaugh Process As Poor

October 4, 2018

More Than One-in-Four Have Lost Someone to Breast Cancer

Voters Say FBI's Kavanaugh Investigation Won’t Satisfy Anyone

Voters Continue to See Greater Danger of Political Violence

Ratings Changes: House, Senate, and Governor By Kyle Kondik

October 3, 2018

Voters Want IDs at the Polls, Don’t See Them as Discriminatory

Most Agree With Kavanaugh’s Harsh Criticism of Confirmation Process

Investigate the Senate Democrat Wrecking Machine By Michelle Malkin

Seriously Mentally Ill By John Stossel

Democrats Still Ahead on Generic Ballot

October 2, 2018

Voters Oppose Voting By Cell Phone, See Higher Fraud Risk

62% Say Trump Can't Win With Supreme Court Nominee

A Trillion-Dollar Blunder By Stephen Moore

Are Republicans Born Wimps? By Patrick J. Buchanan

Trump’s Full-Month Approval Holds in September

October 1, 2018

40% Say U.S. Heading in Right Direction

Who Do You Believe - Kavanaugh or Ford? It’s A Tie

Few Think Social Media Sites Can Edit Themselves in An Unbiased Way

Dress Rehearsal for Impeachment By Patrick J. Buchanan


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