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Tom Del Beccaro’s Latest Columns

Del Beccaro: NH primary — Bernie’s moment, Buttigieg’s proving ground, and Biden’s last stand

In the wake of the Democrats‘ Iowa debacle, the New Hampshire primary may determine the party’s 2020 nominee. It is more likely, however, that it will do no more than throw fuel on the growing fire of the Democrats’ burgeoning political civil war and, while Sen Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., and former … 0 72

Tom Del Beccaro: Trump impeachment illustrates serious danger of criminalization of politics

Since the beginning of his presidency, the Democrats have charged but never proven that President Trump has engaged in illegal activity. That criminalization of policy differences reached a new height with the House impeachment vote. Whether the tide of criminalizing policy differences ebbs will depend on the manner in which the impeachment … 0 87

Impeachment: The Only Thing Democrats Proved Was That They Wanted to Politically Tar Trump, Republicans – Del Beccaro

As the Democrats’ 24-hour impeachment case came to a close, it was rather obvious that impeachment wasn’t a focused attempt to legally prove something related to Ukraine. Instead, while they hoped the nation was watching, and while using taxpayer funds, the Democrats threw the kitchen sink at President Donald Trump as well as … 0 81

Del Beccaro: In Trump impeachment, Dems commit malpractice – wrongly expect Senate to do job of House

By soundly rejecting Democratic demands to greatly expand the impeachmentinvestigation against President Trump, Senate Republicans acted properly. Indeed, it is not the job of the Senate to come to the rescue of House Democrats who are guilty of investigatory and constitutional malpractice on their way to failing to assemble a convincing case … 0 94

Del Beccaro: One Year and Seven Debates: The Three Reasons the Democrat Race Remains Undecided

The Democratic nomination race started within days after the 2018 Midterms. Since then, a year has passed, two dozen have declared their candidacy, and there have been seven debates—and yet there is no clarity as to who will be the nominee. The reasons why are simple and don’t bode well for the Democrats going … 0 95

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