Fact Check On Fact Check Of Dana Loesch’s New Book ‘Hands Off My Gun’

    Fact Check On Fact Check Of Dana Loesch's New Book 'Hands Off My Gun'

    Dana Loesch’s new book “Hands Off My Gun” went on sale yesterday, and naturally the liberal media immediately want it quashed and destroyed. Loesch is a favorite target for these attack groups, not least because she is such a fierce advocate for gun rights and protecting the constitutional freedoms guaranteed to Americans. One such outlet, Media Matters for America, posted a supposed fact check of | Read More »

    Governors Breakers Report October 22, 2014

    Governors Breakers Report October 22, 2014

    As promised yesterday, the second half of the latest installment of my roundup of the RCP polling averages (these for the Governor’s races), looking at what share of the remaining undecided vote would need to break in the GOP’s direction to win each race. The overall trend across numerous races since October 1 (even since yesterday, when I started gathering these figures) is positive, but | Read More »

    Follow the Money: Apple Inc.

    Follow the Money: Apple Inc.

    Unless you’re completely off the grid, you’ve read about Apple’s most recent releases including updated iPads, their latest operating system for Macs and of course the new iPhone 6 and Apple Pay. As a result of these products that seemingly can’t stay on the shelves, Apple’s earnings, which were released on Tuesday showed a revenue of $42.1 billion. Clearly, Apple has come a long way | Read More »

    Arab Spring: the gift that keeps on giving

    Arab Spring: the gift that keeps on giving

    When the Obama regime engineered the overthrow of the governments of Tunisia, Libya, and Egypt during the much ballyhooed “Arab Spring” the administration did not have a strategic or geopolitical goal in mind, rather it was carried out strictly in the service of domestic politics. Obama wanted to prove that he was the “anti-Bush.” He wanted to demonstrate the efficacy of “smart power.” And he | Read More »

    Congress must move slow on increasing NIH funding

    Congress must move slow on increasing NIH funding

    As the administration continues to flop about like a landed fish in its response to Ebola, the agencies that mismanaged the US response are looking at the panic caused by their ineptitude as a fund raising gimmick (here | here). The core of the problem is not that NIH or CDC has too little money but rather they have too much. The Washington Free Beacon | Read More »

    Mark Udall is an Equal Opportunity Extremist

    Mark Udall is an Equal Opportunity Extremist

    From day one of his campaign, Sen. Mark Udall has attempted to create significant difference between himself and Barack Obama, laughingly claiming that he is the Senator that Obama most fears to see come tramping across the White House lawn. However, up until the last week, the only thing Udall has attempted to accomplish during his campaign is to run to the left of President | Read More »

    The End

    The End

    The public has tired of Barack Obama. More and more polling is beginning to reflect that and, given the latest Associated Press and Reuters polling, I wonder if some pollsters showing very close races are actually overcompensating because of 2012. That point is worth considering first. Having talked to a number of pollsters, both Democrat and Republican, there are a few good, credible pollsters who | Read More »

    Jeanne Shaheen caught lying about her opposition to nuclear power.

    Tsk, tsk, tsk.

    Read More »

    Senate Breakers Report October 21, 2014

    Senate Breakers Report October 21, 2014

    Since I last looked at the Senate races 11 days ago, the picture of the home stretch has started to come a little more clearly into focus, albeit with a frustratingly large number of undecided voters still showing up in the polls even in states that have already begun early voting. The high number of undecideds is one of several reasons to question the reliability | Read More »

    Arkansas Senate: …DOOM.

    DOOM.

    Read More »

    Chuck Hagel: the Army could maybe focus on coastal defense

    Chuck Hagel: the Army could maybe focus on coastal defense

    One of the important things to understand about US military strength is that the size of the armed forces is one of the most intensively studied subjects in the US government. The Navy has the easiest time in these exercises — how many carriers to you need on station, modify the number to reflect refits and in transits, add the number of supporting ships the | Read More »

    Harry Reid’s Ebolan Roulette.

    Harry Reid's Ebolan Roulette.

    Specifically, the Surgeon General nomination.  Why is Vivek Murthy’s nomination stalled, again?  Well, as Byron York reminds us it’s primarily because Sen. Harry Reid (D-NV)Heritage ActionScorecardSen. Harry Reid10%Senate Democrat Average29See Full Scorecard10% wants it stalled: It would take just 51 of the Senate’s 55 Democrats to confirm Murthy. But that confirmation has not happened. “There is bipartisan opposition, so [Reid] hasn’t even tried to bring him to a vote,” says | Read More »

    Rewriting the Berlin Wall

    Rewriting the Berlin Wall

    Every once in a while you read something that is so stunning that at first you think you’ve misread it. Such an article ran yesterday in Foreign Policy Journal. The article, The Berlin Wall – Another Cold War Myth, by aged commie William Blum, is a masterpiece of the dishonesty and balderdash that Western communists have always used to obscure their support for slavery and genocide. | Read More »

    Hypocrisy is the Tribute Democrats Pay to Getting Elected

    Hypocrisy is the Tribute Democrats Pay to Getting Elected

    Via Allahpundit comes this incredible attack ad from MoveOn warning that if Republicans take the Senate, they’ll use a dubious procedure known as “reconciliation” to pass bills through the Senate (left unspoken is the indisputable fact that any Republican bills will be vetoed by Obama, but a full presentation of the facts is not really MoveOn’s strong point). Now of course, if you’ve paid | Read More »

    The Most Dishonest TV Ad this Election Season

    The Most Dishonest TV Ad this Election Season

    This election season has seen a number of ads that are real doozies in terms of flat-out lies and distortions. It’s no surprise, with the number of politicians who are struggling to keep their jobs, to see desperation tactics in widespread use. However, by far the most dishonest TV ad yet this election season doesn’t even concern a politician at all, it concerns Amendment 1 | Read More »