Category Archives: Senate

Here is the Radnor Report that received the most “clicks” in 2020:

The Leadership Gap was published October 1, 2009 – Another way to lose control is to ignore something when you should address it.– Jim Evans, baseball umpire Evans’ statement is worded so plainly that it seems obvious and inadequate at … Continue reading

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Five GOP senators to watch in next month’s Electoral College fight

Jordain Carney of The Hill – Rep. Mo Brooks (R-Ala.) is hunting for a Senate Republican to take part in his guaranteed-to-fail effort to overthrow the election results on Jan. 6. The fight is emerging as a division point between … Continue reading

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The GOP Is the Party of Civil War

In Georgia’s Senate runoffs, the central issue is right-wing insurrection. William Saletan of Slate – As President Donald Trump headed to Georgia for a campaign rally on Saturday, a menace was spreading across the country: a right-wing insurrection, led by … Continue reading

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Trump’s Coup Attempt Could Cost Republicans the Senate

William Saletan of Slate – President Donald Trump refuses to concede the 2020 election. In meetings with lawyers and political allies, some of whom openly advocate martial law, he has discussed ways to seize voting machines and block implementation of the election results. Now he’s … Continue reading

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Small donors flock to Republicans challenging high-profile Democrats

Ian Karbal of Open Secrets – Nothing motivates donors like dislike. At least that’s the hope of Republican candidates running longshot campaigns to replace high-profile Democrats in deep-blue districts, many of whom are fueling their bids with small-dollar donations from … Continue reading

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