Political and music pundit since 2008.


    Road to Victory 2012: How Rick Santorum Can Win the Nomination by Super Tuesday

    In case you’re not aware, in the closest vote in Iowa Caucus history, Mitt Romney beat out Rick Santorum by 8 votes. One week ago, Santorum was in the single digits. Considering his strong showing in IA and Conservative desperation to support a formidable alternative to Romney, the money and poll numbers will start flowing Santorum’s way. Bachmann’s departure will most assuredly help Santorum more | Read More »

    Final Predictions on the Louisiana Races

    Tonight’s the night of the Louisiana elections. Here’s my final predictions on these races which are on the ballot in LA. LA-GOV: Bobby Jindal(R)-69% Tara Hollis(D)-17% David Blanchard(I)-8% Cary Deaton(D)-6% All others register below 1%. Jindal carries all 64 parishes. LA-LT GOV: Jay Dardenne(R)-56% Billy Nungesser(R)-44% LA-SOS: Tom Schedler(R)-51% Jim Tucker(R)-49% LA-AGF: Mike Strain(R)-71% James LaBranche(D)-27% Belinda Alexandrenko(Reform)-2% LA-INS COM: Jim Donelon(R)-71% Donald Hodge(D)-29%

    Colonel Muammhar Quaddhaffi is Dead

    From the UK Daily Express:   Gaddafi was captured and wounded in both legs at dawn as he tried to flee in a convoy which NATO warplanes attacked, National Transitional Council official Abdel Majid Mlegta said. “He was also hit in his head,” the official said. “There was a lot of firing against his group and he died.” Gaddafi died of wounds near his home | Read More »

    North Dakota State Senate Majority Leader Bob Stenehjem dies at 59

    From the Greenwich Times: BISMARCK, N.D. (AP) — Bob Stenehjem, the Republican majority leader of the North Dakota Senate for a decade, was killed Monday when the SUV he was riding in overturned during a fishing trip in Alaska, family members said. Stenehjem, 59, of Bismarck, had been on a halibut fishing vacation near Homer on the state’s southern coast. He had been visiting his older | Read More »

    2011-2012 Elections: Democratic Apocalypse

    It has become ever clearer to me that as our economy starts going down the pot, Democrats are poised for apocalyptic losses in all areas state and federal. Here’s how I think it goes down: 2011 races 1. House Specials NY-26 Special: Jack Davis(TP)-36% Jane Corwin(R/C/IP)-35% Kathy Hochul(D)-29% CA-36 Special: Debra Bowen(D)-27% Janice Hahn(D)-24% Mike Webb(R)-19% Marcy Winograd(D)-9% Mike Gin(R)-6% Dan Adler(D)-4% Lorraine Goodwin(D)-4% Kit | Read More »

    House Seats to Target for a Bulletproof Conservative Majority

    If Conservatives are to get a bulletproof majority in the House in 2012, these are the seats they must target: Democrat-held seats: AZ-7: Raul Grijalva AZ-8: Gabrielle Giffords AR-4: Mike Ross CA-10: John Garamendi CA-11: Jerry McNerney CA-18: Dennis Cardoza CA-20: Jim Costa CA-47: Loretta Sanchez CA-51: Bob Filner CO-7: Ed Perlmutter CT-1: John Larson CT-2: Joe Courtney CT-3: Rosa DeLauro CT-4: Jim Himes CT-5: | Read More »

    Final Gubernatorial and Senatorial Predictions by numbers

    GUBERNATORIAL RACES: AL-GOV: Bentley(R)-56% Sparks(D)-44% AK-GOV: Parnell(R)-59% Berkowitz(D)-39% Others-2% AZ-GOV: Brewer(R)-60% Goddard(D)-40% AR-GOV: Beebe(D)-62% Keet(R)-38% CA-GOV: Brown(D)-51% Whitman(R)-42% Others-7% CO-GOV: Tancredo(C)-49% Hickenlooper(D)-47% Maes(R)-4% CT-GOV: Foley(R)-51% Malloy(D)-49% FL-GOV: Scott(R)-52% Sink(D)-48% GA-GOV: Deal(R)-52% Barnes(D)-43% Monds(L)-5% HI-GOV: Aiona(R)-50.5% Abercrombie(D)-49.5% ID-GOV: Otter(R)-72% Allred(D)-28% IL-GOV: Brady(R)-49% Quinn(D)-42% Others-9% IA-GOV: Branstad(R)-65% Culver(D)-35% KS-GOV: Brownback(R)-71% Holland(D)-29% ME-GOV: LePage(R)-41% Cutler(I)-32% Mitchell(D)-25% Others-2% MD-GOV: O’Malley(D)-55% Ehrlich(R)-45% MA-GOV: Baker(R)-46% Patrick(D)-45% Cahill(I)-9% MI-GOV: Snyder(R)-58% Bernerio(D)-37% Others-5% | Read More »

    2010 Gubernatorial Vote Predictions(In States that have held Primaries)

    AL-GOV: Bentley(R)-54% Sparks(D)-46% AR-GOV: Beebe(D)-57% Keet(R)-43% CA-GOV: Whitman(R)-52% Brown(D)-48% CO-GOV: Hickenlooper(D)-55% Maes(R)-31% Tancredo(C)-14% CT-GOV: Malloy(D)-51% Foley(R)-49% GA-GOV: Deal(R)-53% Barnes(D)-44% Monds(L)-3% ID-GOV: Otter(R)-77% Allred(D)-23% IL-GOV: Brady(R)-56% Quinn(D)-44% IA-GOV: Branstad(R)-58% Culver(D)-42% KS-GOV: Brownback(R)-71% Holland(D)-29% ME-GOV: LePage(R)-53% Mitchell(D)-47% MI-GOV: Snyder(R)-57% Bernerio(D)-43% MN-GOV: Emmer(R)-51% Dayton)D)-47% Horner(IP)-2% NE-GOV: Heineman(R)-80% Meister(D)-20% NV-GOV: Sandoval(R)-65% Reid(D)-35% NM-GOV: Martinez(R)-52% Denish(D)-48% OH-GOV: Kasich(R)-54% Strickland(D)-46% OK-GOV: Fallin(R)-55% Askins(D)-45% OR-GOV: Kitzhaber(R)-53% Dudley(D)-47% PA-GOV: Corbett(R)-59% Onorato(D)-41% SC-GOV: Haley(R)-59% | Read More »

    GA Primary Predictions

    Here’s a rundown of how I think tomorrow night’s GA Primaries will go: Governor: Republican Primary: Handel 27% Deal 24% Johnson 19% Oxendine 15% McBerry 9% Chapman 5% Putnam 1% Deal wins the Runoff 54-46. Democratic Primary: Barnes 55% Baker 29% Porter 13% Poythress 2% Mangham 1% Camon and Bolton receive less than 1%. Deal beats Barnes 52-48. Lieutenant Governor: Democratic Primary: Porter 80% McCracken | Read More »

    June 22 Primary Preview

    The June 22 Primary is fast approaching, Here are the states that are hosting Primaries: North Carolina: Polls close here at 8 PM EDT. Here are the races to watch: NC-SEN DEM Primary Runoff: This race is in a runoff after Secretary of State Elaine Marshall and State Senator Cal Cunningham failed to clear 40%. I have no dog in this race. I see Marshall | Read More »