A Wall Street Journal review found that immigration was the fourth most mentioned issue in Donald Trump’s 2016 campaign TV ads but has barely cracked the top 10 this cycle.
Mickey KausI thought the CW was that Trump's 2018 focus on immigration (the caravans, etc) maybe hurt GOP in the House but saved the Senate. The pro-immigration usual suspects quoted in this piece (Whit Ayres! Frank Sharry!) seem to want to forget that second part.
Mickey KausIf I were reporting a story on why Trump wasn't mentioning immigration much, I'd focus on Jared's strategy and Rove's advice, and maybe Trump's missing compass, not talk to a group of loose-borders kibbitzers (Ayres, Sharry, etc.).
Proponents of Proposition 16, which would reinstate affirmative action, are trailing badly and once again are playing the Ku Klux Klan card.
Mickey Kaus'Affirmative action' heading for defeat in CA: "Proponents of Proposition 16, which would reinstate affirmative action, are trailing badly and once again are playing the Ku Klux Klan card."--Dan Walters
The Economist provided sympathetic coverage of a Chinese tech giant widely considered a national security risk without disclosing the publication’s lucrative business relationship with the firm that spanned nearly a decade.
A new report by EPI Director of Trade and Manufacturing Policy Research Robert Scott, data analyst Zane Mokhiber, and research assistant Daniel Perez examines the economic output and employment implications of a two-pronged strategy for rebuilding...