Educational Success for Connecticut Family
“I realized Julia has has very little instruction in science, history, geography and writing when compared to my boys education in our school system.” After their four sons graduated from public school in small-town Connecticut, Ray and Kathleen were happy with the education they had received. Ranging in age from 21-29, all had done well and gone out into the workforce. However, last year, Kathleen | Read More »
Lobbyist advises GOP to spend big and think small
GOP estabishment politics is the epitome of a “green” industry. Nothing is ever thrown away. Baby poo is repackaged as butterscotch and sold to unsuspecting voters. Pathetic losers resurface time and again making the same mistakes over and over and collecting checks in the process. A prime example of this is a guy like John Feehery. Feehery used to work for go-along-get-along icon Bob Michel | Read More »
Mary Landrieu Welcomes Hispanics to the New Democrat Plantation
For years the Democrats have operated their party like a plantation, where black voters in particular are expected to be present but not ever actually given anything in return. Now they appear ready to try the same trick with pro-immigration reform Hispanics, in the service of saving Mary Landrieu’s Senate career. As I am sure you know, President Obama had planned to implement a sweeping | Read More »
Volunteer for Rahall Campaign Shows Support for Hamas
For a campaign already in trouble, having photos of this staffer’s love of Hamas is a huge blow. Voters need to ask themselves if they should continue to send Rahall back to Congress.
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NFL Tries to Rebound from Poor Handling of High Profile Abuse Cases
On today’s edition of Coffee and Markets, Brad Jackson is joined by Josh Zerkle to discuss the NFL’s inconsistent response to Ray Rice’s domestic violence video, Adrian Peterson’s indictment for child abuse and if the NFL risks losing female fans as a result of the recent abuse allegations.
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Generic Congressional Vote Starting to Look Ugly for Democrats
Conventional wisdom about this midterm election is that while Democrats are defending difficult turf in the Senate and face possible substantial losses, the redistricting after the 2010 census eliminated significant numbers of meaningfully competitive House seats, which should prevent an equivalent wave from forming in the House. The way the generic Congressional vote polls are starting to look, the Democrats better hope that this is | Read More »
Staci Appel (D CAND, IA-03): against taking away terrorist traitors’ passports!
From comments to this post comes a remarkably tin-eared comment by Democratic candidate Staci Appel on whether Americans who join terror groups should be allowed to keep their passports. I sincerely doubt that anybody here will be surprised to hear that Ms. Appel has a problem with taking away those passports: I would not be urging taking away their passports… I think we need to make sure | Read More »
GAO Bombshell: ObamaCare Directly Funds Abortion
A new report from the Government Accountability Office reveals what we’ve been saying all along: ObamaCare funds abortion.
Put more directly: you are paying for abortion with your federal tax dollars in direct violation of federal law.
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