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Silver Bulletin β€’ 507 implied HN points β€’ 15 Mar 24
  1. Democrats are losing support with voters of color, particularly among working-class and younger individuals.
  2. Polls and election results are showing significant declines in support for Democrats among Black, Hispanic, and Asian American voters.
  3. The shift towards progressive policies and generational turnover may be contributing to the decline in support for Democrats among voters of color.
The J. Burden Show β€’ 718 implied HN points β€’ 31 Dec 23
  1. In imaginary games like 'Cowboys and Indians,' there is a tendency for the predetermined 'Indian' side to always lose, reflecting a common theme seen even in media and narratives.
  2. The dissident right tends to unite in opposition to the current social order rather than around specific beliefs or leaders, driven by a shared dislike of the regime in power.
  3. To avoid falling into traps set by opponents, it is advised to avoid reacting in a predictable manner and instead act prudently, not becoming the 'Indian' that reinforces the power of the Left.
Think Future β€’ 159 implied HN points β€’ 21 Oct 23
  1. No Republican can currently get the 217 votes necessary to become Speaker of the House, leading to a potential deadlock in the selection process.
  2. Republicans may need to compromise with Democrats to elect a Speaker, which could be a challenging task due to the current political dynamics.
  3. The House may enter a period of internal scrum until they come to terms with reality and make a decision on electing a Speaker, possibly causing delays and uncertainty in the legislative process.
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Matthew's Notebook β€’ 117 implied HN points β€’ 15 Jun 23
  1. The rise of Muslim-American conservatives is influencing the politics of Israel and Palestine in the US.
  2. The U.S. political scene is seeing shifts in pro-Israel and pro-Palestine sentiments among Democrats and Republicans.
  3. As Arab and Muslim communities align with the Republican Party, tensions may arise regarding the approach to the Palestinian issue.
Think Future β€’ 79 implied HN points β€’ 13 Jul 23
  1. Cassidy Steele Dale forecasts possible futures for American democracy from 2023-2040, helping us understand and prepare for what may come.
  2. Forecasting American democracy is based on major trends, scenario planning, and understanding critical variables such as voting, governance, freedoms, rights, and demographic shifts favoring Democrats.
  3. Trends over the past 40 years, responses to them, and party actions define the potential paths for American democracy, leading to either Democratic majorities reshaping the political landscape or GOP securing minority rule.