Chuck DeVore: “This race is winnable”
This race is very, very much winnable. Why? Turnout. According to some experts, Tuesday’s vote may be a RECORD LOW TURNOUT. With only 22% of vote by mail ballots turned in so far many people won’t vote at all and many more will bring their absentees with them on Election Day. There are many reasons why, mainly the lack of any real serious race for | Read More »
No Need to Compromise – A message from Chuck DeVore
Last night I finished strong in a one hour debate with Tom Campbell and Carly Fiorina (to be broadcast Sunday morning — we’ll send you the media analysis when it comes in). But I wanted to take a moment to type out some of my thoughts on the day’s news and provide you with an update on my campaign. If you didn’t hear, Sarah Palin | Read More »
Ad: Barbara Boxer: condescending, disrespectful… or just mean?
Senator Barbara Boxer is at it again. Whenever she disagrees with someone, her first instinct is to show them disrespect. Whether Boxer’s dealing with former Secretary of State Condi Rice, Gen. Petraeus, BG Walsh, Harry Alford of the National Black Chamber of Commerce, or Michael Steele, Chairman of the Republican National Committee, you can be sure that her condescending manner will show through — or | Read More »
Web Ad: Stimulus? It’s in there!
Barbara Boxer was on C-Span this morning discussing the stimulus bill when she declared: “Writing this bill is like making sausage.” That’s about right. Coincidentally, we have a web ad on a similar subject released today:
The double standard means never having to say you’re sorry
photo: WashingtonPost.com Let’s go on a trip down memory lane to the not-too-distant past. In 1986, Linda Chavez left her high ranking post in the Reagan Administration to run for the U.S. Senate against Maryland liberal Barbara Mikulski (a political clone of Barbara Boxer, but that’s another story). In a bad year for Republicans, Chavez lost the race. In 2001, President George W. Bush nominated | Read More »
Sen. Boxer approves Panetta at CIA: a reckless pick in a dangerous time
From the diaries, by Erick On Monday, January 5, President-elect Obama selected former Cong. Leon Panetta to be the Director of the Central Intelligence Agency. Panetta’s chief qualification is his utter lack of intelligence experience – meaning that he has not been involved with any of the intelligence activities in the past 7 years that have kept America safe. This makes him an acceptable candidate | Read More »