Five Point Action Plan for Neutralizing Vote Fraud
[from the diaries by haystack] We all recognize that an honest voting process is the foundation of representative government, and thus that electoral fraud denies our rights as citizens and is a rapid path to tyranny. This year we see evidence accumulating of organized and concerted efforts on the part of the Democratic Party and their principal allies, labor unions (especially SEIU), to undermine the | Read More »
PA Senate race turning into a dead-heat barnburner [Updated]
[Update: 10/22/10 6:42 PM EDT: Rasmussen moves race from Solid Republican to Toss-up in just two weeks More confirmatory evidence of that the Toomey-Sestak race is now essentially a dead-heat comes from Rasmussen today, showing an unfavorable trend line: an increase in support for Sestak while Toomey maintains the same level of support, indicating a break in undecideds towards Sestak. Toomey 48% Sestak 44%, 7% | Read More »
Reminder: It’s Still the Economy
As come down the home stretch to the crucial election, the media would like to have everyone thinking the election is about witches or tea party rage or a twenty-year-old article or all the other tricks they are utilizing to distract the voters from the Achilles heel of the Democratic politburo – which is that the economy is still in the toilet while they continue | Read More »
Is the bastard child of JournoList targeting O’Donnell?
Here in Oakland, in addition to two high-visibility state-wide races for senator and governor, we also have a hotly contested three-way race for mayor (plus seven other also-ran candidates) in our first “instant run-off” election, which in turn is generating much speculation how this will upset the usual electoral calculus. Not to mention the almost smoking-gun evidence of a conspiracy by the local corrupt party* | Read More »