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Silver Linings After Election Day

Will Ocasio-Cortes be the leading influence of the Democrats in the House or will that be Nancy Pelosi? Did Democrats win the majority by running middle of the road moderates? Is there going to be conflicting pressures for the Democrats? Editor of Washington Free Beacon, Matthew Continetti joins Dan and Amy to discuss.

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Blue Ripple

Is the loss of the House the beginning of the end for the Trump presidency? Does this set Trump up well in 2020 to run against the party of Nancy Pelosi? Will this force Republicans to act more fiscally conservative? Did the economy save Republicans from a total beatdown? Chief economist for CNN, Steve Moore joins Dan and Amy to discuss.

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Hillary Sends Out Distress Call Over May Day Democrats

To paraphrase Lenin, in 2018 America, a socialist is a Democrat in a hurry.

Just ask Hillary who said when asked if labeling herself a capitalist hurt her in 2016, “Probably. I mean, you know, it's hard to know but if you're in the Iowa caucuses and 41% of Democrats are socialists…”

Setting aside the merits of what she calls capitalism, Hillary effectively conceded that Democrats are in a hurry to exile her and embrace Comrade Bernie’s guarantee of a federal paycheck in every mailbox and a Tesla in every garage.

Instead of being on defense over the personal chaos that follows Trump around like the cloud of dust that did Pig-Pen, Republicans should restrain themselves from spending like socialists and get on offense over Democrats’ wholesale embrace of a gutter ideology whose main feature is a body count.

The electorate that gave control of two-thirds of governors’ mansions and state legislatures to Republicans along with the House, Senate and White House, is not on board with the Venezuelan model of shared misery and imposed orthodoxy of thought.

Democrats may or may not be overplaying their hand on Trump. But they most certainly are on Karl Marx.

Republicans would be wise to answer Hillary’s distress call over May Day Democrats.