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President Trump Shines in Mid-Term Elections

President Trump did very well in the mid-term elections even though he was not on the ballot. Normally the “party in power” (the party that won the White House like Republicans did in 2016) loses significant numbers of House and … Continue reading

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Brazen Election Fraud is the New Democrat Normal

The recent case of widespread irregularities in the Florida elections proves that Democrats have a new normal – blatant and open fraud in elections. This is no longer the old penny-ante voter fraud of the past when elections were challenged … Continue reading

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Vote Fraud in Florida is Rampant, Many Shockers Emerging!

Vote totals from the recent election in the two most liberal counties in Florida are being reported erratically and suspiciously, and ballots are being handled in illegal ways. In the US Senate race in which Florida’s current Republican governor Rick … Continue reading

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Republicans Will Win Senate, Gov Races in Fla./ Cuomo out for 2020, Probably for Good

Florida is a very important state. It is growing in political and electoral clout, and in its population and wealth. Therefore the November elections for Florida governor and for a US Senate seat are well worth watching. Nikitas3.com predicts that … Continue reading

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Why Trump Will be Re-Elected in 2020

Nikitas3.com said repeatedly throughout 2017 that president Trump will be re-elected to the White House in 2020. Consider this fact: Just before Christmas 2017 the very reliable Rasmussen poll put Trump’s approval rating at 47% which was higher than virtually … Continue reading

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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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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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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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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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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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