New Democratic Advertising in Arizona and a Possibly Fatal Alaskan Primary for some anti-Trump GOP Members
Uniic Media Newsletter - Tuesday - August 16, 2022
New Democratic Advertising in Arizona Focuses on Blake Masters’ Faults, not Donald Trump’s
As the world witnessed a new Democratic strategy for running ads (would pay to have advertising for the opponent in order to set up a “favorable” match up in midterms) Senate Democrats have turned to go on the offensive against Arizona’s Mark Kelly.
The first ad campaign of the general election cycle was launched today by the Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee against Blake Masters. Surprisingly, yet very smart, not a single ad of the three will mention Donald Trump. The ads will highlight Blake Masters’ "dangerous beliefs and plans that are deeply out of step with the state's values and would be harmful to Arizona's families.”
Biden’s Final Piece to his Domestic Agenda will be Signed into Law Today
Today will see President Biden signing the climate change and health care bill to conclude the delivery of what he claims is the “final puzzle piece” of his domestic agenda. Leading up to the midterms, many see this as a move to boost the morale within the Democratic party with its upset voters (based on Joe Biden’s approval ratings).
Prescription drug costs will be capped at $2,000 out of pocket a year for Medicare recipients, nearly 13 Million Americans will receive financial assistance in paying for health care insurance, and the bill itself will aid in the fight against climate change with a hefty budget of $375 Billion over 10 years.
A new tax on large companies is said to be paying for all of the advancements as well as stepping up IRS enforcement. Last week, the House approved the measure for the last step before Biden with a 220 to 207 vote.
Vladimir Putin claims the United States is Pushing for a NATO Expansion into the Asia-Pacific as well as “Whipping up Tensions in Asia”
Vladimir Putin has once again blamed the United States for being the world’s instigators as he accused the United States of “whipping up tensions in Asia” he further described Nancy Pelosi’s visit to Taiwan as “a thoroughly planned provocation,” and "not just a trip by a single irresponsible politician, but part of a purposeful, conscious U.S. strategy to destabilize and sow chaos in the region and the world.”
Continuing on during his speech, Vladimir Putin claimed the AUKUS Security Pact (including Australia, Britain, and the United States) was pure evidence of a Western attempt to spread NATO to the Asia-Pacific Region.
The Housing Market isn’t looking the Best Right Now, according to the new Homebuilder Sentiment
The latest reading on the homebuilder sentiment from the National Association of Homebuilders was released yesterday and showed the index fell into “negative” territory for the first time since May 2020 (the reading was 49). A reading below the 50 mark shows more homebuilders are having a shared poor outlook on the market’s conditioning.
A decline has been ongoing for nearly eight straight months now. If we remove the pandemic ever occurring, the United States housing market hasn’t been in worse shape since 2014…
Alaska and Wyoming see Two Primaries in which Republicans who are against Trump might Lose Big Time
Two primaries of focus in Alaska and Wyoming come down to the wire as two major “revenge tours” against those who were once critics and remain critics of Donald Trump. Liz Cheney is the only member of the House from Wyoming and has since made clear her opinion on Donald Trump. However, as she works to prove Donald Trump’s wrongdoing in the January 6th Capitol Riots, she has lost track of the Wyoming primary as her main focus and may lose the position. Even polling confirms this.
In Alaska, the state will be voting in a ranked-choice system as the state scrapping the primaries in favor of a top-four system. Sarah Palin is looking to use this to her advantage to mount a comeback in the state primaries.