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SPECIAL: Conservatives Will Re-Shape US Senate in 2018 Elections

Nikitas3.com believes that Republicans, and especially conservative Republicans, are poised to win significant victories in US Senate elections in 2018, giving the GOP a 60-seat ‘super’ majority or more, and virtually unlimited power. With a Republican president and Republican House, … Continue reading

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‘Trump Effect’ is Energizing the Economy

The most important issue in America today is the economy and president Trump gets an A+ grade for his work in that field. He has been having a positive effect on the economy since the day he was elected. The … Continue reading

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2018 Elections Could Give GOP Unlimited Power

We just got through a major election and many people want a break from politics. But since there are many political enthusiasts out there (you wouldn’t be reading this blog if you weren’t) I will look at 2018 because time … Continue reading

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Trump is Winning with Aggressive Tactics

Donald Trump handily won the South Carolina Republican presidential primary by 10 points using very aggressive political tactics. This could be setting the stage for Trump to lock up the Republican nomination early. Meanwhile Hillary Clinton salvaged her presidential run … Continue reading

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Prediction: Donald Trump Will Be Next US President

Nikitas3.com predicts that Donald Trump will win the White House in November. Just a few months ago Trump was considered an outsider and a novelty. Now he is being accepted as the likely GOP nominee. The next step is for … Continue reading

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SPECIAL: 2016 US Senate Outlook

While most of us are focused on the presidential race for 2016 there are congressional races too. The US House of Representatives in Washington is expected to remain comfortably in Republican majority control – 246 Republicans to 188 Democrats today, … Continue reading

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Trump Surges, Hillary Shrugs

Donald Trump is dominating the Republicans running for president. He is drawing big crowds, filling a stadium in Alabama this past weekend with 30,000 cheering fans. He even flew over in his private jet, bringing wild cheers. And the election … Continue reading

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Hillary Makes Extremist Voter Suppression Allegation

Hillary Clinton has already taken on the most demagogic tone imaginable as her candidacy for president progresses. This ultimately will sink her bid because she is going way overboard but somehow thinks that Americans are behind her. They are not. … Continue reading

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Candidates Who We Should (Not) Consider for 2016

First, a quick note about the so-called ‘environment’: A former secretary-general of the United Nations has suggested that we eat bugs to fight “global warming”. Yes, indeed, bugs… This guy says that meat production leads to “warming” and that eating … Continue reading

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GOP Candidates, Voters Fired Up for 2016

An eager crowd of Republicans and conservatives is champing at the bit to run for president in 2016 including Ted Cruz, Rand Paul, Scott Walker, Jeb Bush, Marco Rubio and on and on. They are showing genuine enthusiasm. Others will … Continue reading

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Economic Crisis Exposes Party Differences

There now are 31 Republican US state governors and 23 US states where there is a Republican governor and Republican control of both houses of the state legislature. This is a striking figure. Most of the economically thriving states are … Continue reading

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Some ‘Blue’ States Will Go ‘Red’ in 2016

Republicans and conservatives across America face a quandary: Their power is growing. The US House of Representatives is expected to remain in GOP hands for at least the next decade, maybe two decades. The US Senate is now Republican-controlled, while … Continue reading

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2016 GOP Presidential Candidates are Off and Running

The 2016 presidential race has started. The Iowa Freedom Summit this past weekend attracted major Republicans including New Jersey governor Chris Christie, former Texas governor Rick Perry, Texas US senator Ted Cruz, former Arkansas governor Mike Huckabee and former Pennsylvania … Continue reading

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Cuba/ Aussie Terror

The Obama administration is moving toward normalizing diplomatic relations with Cuba, including opening an embassy in Havana. The US trade embargo on Cuba also may be lifted, along with travel restrictions. This is precisely what we would expect from the … Continue reading

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Conservatives, Republicans on a Political Roll

Since 2008, with Obama elected and re-elected, many conservatives and Republicans have been unduly fearful of Democrat political strength. That fear has been way overblown. In fact Republicans and conservatives, after the recent November 4 elections, appear to be holding … Continue reading

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Onto the 2016 Presidential Election

The 2014 election is over and the Liberal Media now want us to forget about the Republican tsunami and to start thinking about more important things like getting Hillary Clinton into the White House in 2016. Some liberal commentators amazingly … Continue reading

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Only Fiscal Restraint Will Solve our Economic Woes

First here is a word about the month of October. Not only is it Breast Cancer Awareness Month but now the feminists have turned it into Domestic Violence Awareness Month too. So they have two issues to browbeat us over … Continue reading

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Optimism about GOP November Election Victory

The November 4 midterm elections are fast approaching and we conservatives are optimistic. Nationally conservatives and Republicans are expected to hold onto majority control of the US House of Representatives and to probably take control of the US Senate. Governorships … Continue reading

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Is Hillary Clinton Distancing Herself from Obama?

In an article called Hillary Clinton Begins to Move Away From Obama Ahead of 2016 posted at online.wsj.com, the website of The Wall Street Journal, it was reported: Hillary Clinton has begun distancing herself from President Barack Obama, suggesting that … Continue reading

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Ohio Thrives on Capitalist Policies, Natural Gas

Carroll County, Ohio, in the eastern part of the state, was a struggling agricultural region that now is blossoming economically by tapping its natural gas resources using hydraulic “fracking”. This is a technique developed more than 50 years ago that … Continue reading

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2016: Three More Great GOP Presidential Candidates

There are so many great Republican candidates for president in 2016 that the GOP cup runneth over. There are more than a dozen excellent governors who are overseeing strong state economies and reforms of their state economies, governors like Rick … Continue reading

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Liberal Columnist Maddow Ignores GOP Stars for 2016

Rachel Maddow is an ultra-liberal MSNBC host who recently wrote a column in the Washington Post about how the Bush administration failed to nurture any bright political stars as future presidents. Here are excerpts from the column with a Nikitas3 … Continue reading

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Prescription for Conservative/Republican Victory

Desmoinesregister.com, the website of The Des Moines (Iowa) Register newspaper, reported recently: Former vice presidential candidate Paul Ryan thinks Republicans need to take their limited-government message to voters who are “unfamiliar with hearing us.”  “Go into inner cities, go into … Continue reading

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Conservative US States are Thriving, Liberal States are Dying

Investors.com, the website of Investor’s Business Daily, recently reported: Texas outperformed every other state in the nation on jobs and growth over the past decade, according to the latest annual report on state economic performance released Thursday by the American … Continue reading

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17 Awesome GOP Candidates for the White House in 2016

Texas governor Rick Perry ran for the Republican nomination for president in 2012. Although he dropped out of the race and Mitt Romney became the nominee, you can expect Perry to run again in 2016. And the Democrats are scared … Continue reading

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