Is “41″ The New “60″?
Is “41 is the new “60″ because Scott Brown was sworn in as the junior Republican Senator of Massachusetts? 60 was the number of votes needed to pass substantive (excluding some budgetary) legislation and to bust up any filibuster attempt in the Senate. 60 seats is how many the Democrat Caucus held in the Senate. 60 is the number of votes the Democrats had to | Read More »
Is the Illinois Republican Party Protecting Mark Kirk?
We have known for quite awhile now that Rep. Mark Kirk, aka “He Who Shall Not Be Nominated” to conservatives in Illinois, has been the darling child of the left and the Republican establishment. Sen. John McCain came out very early and endorsed Mark Kirk. As did Rep. John Shimkus (Republican – 19th US Congressional District Illinois) and others. They endorsed before anyone else had | Read More »
Why Rep. Mark Kirk Should Drop Out
We have learned a few lessons from the NY-23 Congressional race about which candidate to support and why. The establishment candidate turned out to be a female Benedict Arnold. There are several Congressional races out across our fine land that have the potential to turn into another NY-23, but for the sake of time and expediency, I’d like to highlight just one – the US | Read More »
Tags: Andy McKenna
, Dede Scozzafava
, Doug Hoffman
, Dr. Eric Wallace
, Illinois Republican Party
, Mark Kirk
, Patrick Hughes
, Tea Party
, US Senate