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Everything you need to know about the 2024 Senate Elections.

The 2024 Senate Elections are coming, and it’s geared up to be a competitive one. Today I will tell you everything you need to know about the elections, including who’s favored to win, important people to keep an eye on, and key swing states.Let’s get this out of the way first. The 2024 Senate Elections …

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Why Trump Has the Advantage in the Republican Primaries

The 2024 Republican Primary is not close. Polling shows that Trump has an almost 30 point lead over rival Ron DeSantis, which will most likely lead to Trump getting the Republican nomination for President in 2024. Mainstream Republicans like Senate Republican Leader Mitch McConnell don’t want this, as a Trump versus Biden matchup has already …

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The reasons to run for President (other than winning)

The 2024 GOP presidential nomination is effectively a race between 2 candidates: Donald Trump, the front-runner, and Ron DeSantis, the underdog, and barring any major updates, this will stay the same. In fact, there are so many candidates, that listing them out in bullets would be a better idea. These are the candidates for the …

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Disney’s Financial Decline, Explained

Disney is failing. Its stock is currently lower than pandemic levels, and its movies aren’t making the same amount of money anymore. And behind that, the entertainment giant has been embroiled in a political controversy in Florida. Today, I will bring you through all these issues. Number one, Disney’s biggest money making initiative in a …

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Pundits said it would be a red wave. It wasn’t.

Intro (I was right):  Republicans should have had this election cycle in the bag. Instead, they find themselves thinking about what they did wrong. And this is because going into election day, everyone expected Republicans to win – and win by a lot. Everyone except me of course, because in my October 6th post “How …

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