Roll Call: “There is nothing civil about intimidation”

In today’s edition of Roll Call, The Winston Group’s David Winston writes about the passing of Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, her friendship with the late Justice Antonin Scalia, and their example of mutual civility and respect despite ideological differences, in contrast with the present environment for discourse. For the country’s sake, we need leadersContinue reading “Roll Call: “There is nothing civil about intimidation””

Roll Call: “Good riddance to the summer of 2020”

In today’s column for Roll Call, The Winston Group’s David Winston assesses the state of the presidential race, how voters view the candidates’ ideologies in relation to their own, and how Republicans can get to a discussion about reopening the economy. What the president and Republicans have to do over the next 50 days is a betterContinue reading “Roll Call: “Good riddance to the summer of 2020””

Today’s Unemployment Numbers in Context

By David Winston and Myra Miller Today’s jobs report showed the unemployment rate having dropped to 8.4%, which is significantly lower than the projected expectation of 9.8%. Throughout the Democratic National Convention in August, there was a significant emphasis on the Obama-Biden recovery.  The Obama White House declared that the summer of 2010 would beContinue reading “Today’s Unemployment Numbers in Context”

What’s The Maximum Anyone Should Pay in Taxes?

By David Winston and Myra Miller In the most recent survey for Winning the Issues (July 16-18) we asked voters what was the highest tax rate that any individual in the US should pay for all taxes combined, including federal, state, local, property, payroll and wealth taxes. According to the survey, the average combined taxContinue reading “What’s The Maximum Anyone Should Pay in Taxes?”

Roll Call: “With silencing of speech, is America entering Orwellian territory?”

The Winston Group’s David Winston writes in today’s Roll Call about cancel culture, free speech, and public concern about the consequences of not complying with certain narratives. A majority of the electorate (52 percent) identified with the statement that “true free speech and freedom of belief do not exist in this country today because of politicalContinue reading “Roll Call: “With silencing of speech, is America entering Orwellian territory?””