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    Looking Ahead – The New Senate Caucuses

    The new Senate will obviously be more conservative than the old. I began with the idea that, while the Republican (Rep) caucus would be more conservative, the Democrat (Dem) caucus

    This Is a Test – Please Ignore

    I am trying to figure out how to post tabular content. Tabs, spaces and “…”s don’t seem to work. This tries html. WallStJournal Townhall Columnists RealClear Volokh Taranto-Best techcentralstation Kling/Caplan

    Meek You, Charlie!

    A Recent Mason-Dixon poll on the Florida Senate race reports: Rubio 38 Crist 33 Meek 18 Rubio +5 Crist 39 Rubio 38 Greene 12 Crist +1 D Primary Meek 40

    Haley Loses to Deal

    Disappointing, but Deal’s not OK.

    Bennet Wins Colorado and Buck Has a Good Lead

    - both good, no?

    It Is Vital That Republicans Take The House

    The bigger and more conservative the majority the better.  I am not a big fan of Boehner; I’d rather have Pence or Bachman or Ryan or no doubt others, but

    It Is Vital That Republicans Take The House

    The bigger and more conservative the majority the better.  I am not a big fan of Boehner; I’d rather have Pence or Bachman or Ryan or no doubt others, but

    Defund the Left

    This is an outrage.  From Taranto’s Best of the Web, 8-4-10 Meanwhile, Washington’s WRC-TV reports on how the local government in the District of Columbia is spending tax money: On

    The Consent of the Governed

    Rasmussen – “The notion that governments derive their only just authority from the consent of the governed is a foundational principle of the American experiment.  However, a new Rasmussen Reports

    The Consent of the Governed

    Rasmussen – “The notion that governments derive their only just authority from the consent of the governed is a foundational principle of the American experiment.  However, a new Rasmussen Reports