Will the Arrogance of Invulnerability Mask the GOP’s Threat of Losing and Blind Their Strategic Judgment?

by johndavis, March 1, 2017

Will the Arrogance of Invulnerability Mask the GOP’s Threat of Losing and Blind Their Strategic Judgment?   March 1, 2017        Vol. X, No. 2        11:13 am Always Remember that You are Vulnerable While watching Republican President Donald Trump’s first address to the joint session of the Republican-led U.S. Congress last night, I thought about the
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Clinton Email Controversy Now Fruit of a Poisonous Tree after Republicans Seen Rigging Hearings

by johndavis, October 13, 2015

Clinton Email Controversy Now Fruit of a Poisonous Tree after Republicans Seen Rigging Hearings October 13, 2015          Vol. VIII, No. 15             2:13 pm    Fruit of a Poisonous Tree Tonight, during the first Democratic presidential debate beginning at 8:30 EST on CNN, what would have been a politically explosive issue regarding the use of a
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Republican Zealots in Congress Paving the Way for Democratic Resurgence in 2016

by johndavis, September 30, 2015

Republican Zealots in Congress Paving the Way for Democratic Resurgence in 2016   September 30, 2015          Vol. VIII, No. 14             7:13 am   GOP-Led Congress: “Corrupt,” “Out of Touch,” “Sellouts” Republican zealots in Washington D.C. are paving the way for Democrats to hold the White House in 2016 and retake the U.S. Senate by making
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Thank You and Happy New Year!

by johndavis, December 30, 2014

Thank You and Happy New Year!   December 30, 2014        Vol. VII, No. 30         12:13 pm Thank you so much for reading my report this year! There is no greater reward for a political writer than to be read by a balance of influential readers from all persuasions. My goal has always been to
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November 4, 2014 Election Results a GOP Wave; Final Polls Tell North Carolina U.S. Senate Story

by johndavis, November 5, 2014

November 4, 2014 Election Results a GOP Wave; Final Polls Tell North Carolina U.S. Senate Story   November 5, 2014        Vol. VII, No. 28         7:13 am Bottom Line: Big night for Republicans in the state and nation, with the driving force in North Carolina’s U.S. Senate race being the fact that more voters were concerned
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Eric Cantor’s Loss and a Hundred Million Reasons Republicans Can’t Fight the Last War in 2014

by johndavis, June 11, 2014

Eric Cantor’s Loss and a Hundred Million Reasons Republicans Can’t Fight the Last War in 2014   June 11, 2014        Vol. VII, No. 15          10:13 am Yesterday, June 10, 2014, for the first time in American history, the sitting U.S. House Majority Leader lost a campaign for reelection. Why? Many conservative Republicans are claiming today
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John Davis Political Report Primary Forecasts Spot On; General Election Races Equally Predictable

by johndavis, May 7, 2014

May 7, 2014        Vol. VII, No. 12          9:13 am FORECAST: GOP-Friendly Midterm Election Year January 3: On January 3, 2014, the John Davis Political Report raised the possibility of “waking up the morning after General Election Day 2014 with a Republican Governor, a Republican majority state Senate and House, a Republican majority state Supreme Court,
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Big Problem for Democrats in 2014: Republicans are Focused on Winning, Not Ideological Purity

by johndavis, April 24, 2014

Big Problem for Democrats in 2014: Republicans are Focused on Winning, Not Ideological Purity April 24, 2014        Vol. VII, No. 9          10:13 am North Carolina Democrats really need social and economic Republican hardliners to divide and weaken the GOP in 2014. That’s because they, the Democrats, lack the wherewithal to win against a united Republican
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January Surprise: National and State GOP Leaders Shifting from Stonewalling to Winning Elections

by johndavis, February 4, 2014

January 31, 2014        Vol. VII, No. 4          9:13 am The January 16, 2014 John Davis Political Report, How the GOP 2013 Shutdown Fiasco became the Startup of Corrective Action for a 2014 Senate Takeover, proffered the observation that the 2013 shutdown fiasco was so cataclysmic for Republicans that it sparked the political will to push
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The Year of Our Nation’s Partisan Madness Demands a Year of Optimism and Solutions to Problems

by johndavis, December 18, 2013

The Year of Our Nation’s Partisan Madness Demands a Year of Optimism and Solutions to Problems December 18, 2013        Vol. VI, No. 24          7:13 am We are a negative-weary electorate. We yearn for economic recovery, full employment, affordable healthcare and a correction of unsustainable government programs that undermine our financial integrity. Yet we know that
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