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Nicholas Chamberas - Political Behavior

Nicholas Chamberas

Aug 30, 2023
Sham Indictments Threaten All Americans
The most frightening common denominator with each of these Trump indictments is that they resemble measures taken in banana republics or brutal totalitarian regimes employing measures to stifle dissent and crush anyone disagreeing with the official party line.

Jul 19, 2023
Nothing Imaginary, Exaggerated About Child Trafficking
Who you voted for president has nothing to do with this heartbreaking crisis, let’s all work together to rescue children and end child sex-trafficking for once and for all.

May 31, 2023
To Win, GOP Must Move from Country Club to Real World
The problem for the future of the Republican Party is that Country Club Republicans are firmly at the wheel. While they're "driving this bus," they are concurrently cocksure, foolhardy, bursting at the seams with confidence as what they do, in reality, is drive the party off a political cliff.

Mar 30, 2023
Let's Put Pandemic Behind Us, End Quest for Punishments
To quote from Abraham Lincoln's second inaugural address, March 4, 1865: “With malice toward none with charity for all with firmness in the right as God gives us to see the right let us strive on to finish the work we are in to bind up the nation's wounds."

Feb 15, 2023
We Can't Let Radical Left Replace Families
All children everywhere deserve the right to a good public education where they can enjoy the innocence of childhood.

Jan 13, 2023
McCarthy, Trump and Freedom Caucus Big Winners in House Speaker Showdown
Newly elected House Speaker Kevin McCarthy came perilously close to paying the ultimate price for the "sins" of his Republican predecessor Paul Ryan.

Dec 12, 2022
GOP Must Learn Hard Lessons of 2022 Midterms
While the GOP can still maintain optimism about future elections, the party cannot be hesitant about cleaning house, especially in the aftermath of Georgia, on Nov. 8 and Dec. 6 respectively. 

Nov 22, 2022
Hesitancy, Complacency Cost GOP in 2022
This was no time for Republicans to go wobbly. They got complacent and reluctant to do what was necessary to close out this election cycle with impressive wins like we did in 1994 and in 2010.

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