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Michael B. Abramson - Cutting Through the Noise

Michael Abramson



Jan 4, 2022
Republicans Must Not Take the 2022 Midterms for Granted
As we enter 2022, Republican commentators and elected officials are very optimistic about Republican chances in the 2022 midterm elections. Republicans, however, should be wary of being overconfident.


Dec 3, 2021
Using Tools They Have: Military, Govt Can End Supply Chain Crisis
In its routine operations, the military moves thousands of troops, vehicles, equipment, weapons, ammunition, food, etc. The military can also employ its supply chain knowledge, creating and coordinating processes to addresses supply chain backlogs.


Nov 11, 2021
Hold Politicians Accountable to Fix Supply Chain Crisis
America is facing a supply chain crisis. It is perplexing and frustrating that the White House and Congress are only a taking few (if any) steps to address the problem.


Oct 20, 2021
Seven Ways the GOP Can Counter the Media's Representation of Republicans
Republican voters should not reelect GOP officials who prefer to stay silent and let the media misrepresent them.


Aug 25, 2021
School Choice Helps Win the Fight Against Critical Race Theory
America's education system is in a crisis. ...


Aug 1, 2021
GOP's Yawn Over Biden's Voting Rights Speech Means Nation Suffers
Biden's statements  served to garner more votes for Democrats, damaged the GOP brand, and diminished future Republican electoral chances. Moreover, his accusations about Republicans being racist divides the nation.


Jun 24, 2021
Stop Qualifying One's View as a Republican
Many Republicans qualify their political affiliation by saying that they are "Republican but socially liberal" or "fiscally conservative but socially liberal."


May 28, 2021
The Argument That 'Republicans Are Racist' Divides America
In the past, the "Republicans are racist" argument was typically only during elections (i.e., every two or four years) or surrounding a vote on a large policy initiative. With the start of the Trump campaign, these arguments began to change in both frequency and tone.

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