"This wave of Republicans...has gone on for a decade, and why? Because Democrats continued to press policies that were not popular..." @LizPeek

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(Photo:The Republican National Convention, held in Philadelphia, June, 1900.

Date June 19 - 21, 1900

Source Andrews, E. Benjamin. History of the United States, volume V. Charles Scribner's Sons, New York. 1912.

Author E. Benjamin Andrews )

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"This wave of Republicans...has gone on for a decade, and why?  Because Democrats continued to press policies that were not popular..."  @LizPeek

Tuesday 4 September 2018/ Hour 1, Block B: Elizabeth Peek, The Hill and Fox News, in re: The politics of the Kavanaugh nomination. Democrats are furious that they can’t control Congress or the White House or, as it now appears, the Supreme Court. Today’s circus was embarrassing; some of the Senators [disgraced themselves]. It was such a visible display. GOP’s [ascendance] has been going on for a decade because the Democrats keep pressing for policies that are not popular nationally. Democrats have lost an unprecedented amount of power but seem not to have pondered why. Schumer may give permission to several Senators in Red states to vote for Kavanaugh.