The Bill Nelson of 2012 is Considerably More Vulnerable than the Bill Nelson of 2006 #FLSen
While many political observers and reporters in Florida consider, and often mislabel, Florida Senator Bill Nelson a centrist, that label is greatly at odds with his very liberal voting record and 98 percent support of Barack Obama. In fact, it is greatly at odds with a time long ago when Bill Nelson might more accurately have been labeled a centrist, way back in the late | Read More »
Shelley Berkley Get’s Primary Challenger in #NVSen!
Representative Shelley Berkley, Democrat Nevada, who has been the only one, so far, to challenge appointed Senator Dean Heller for the seat – will get some unexpected, and most likely threatening, news today. Barry Ellsworth CEO – SAE Capitol in Las Vegas will be challenging her in the Democrat primary… making this once uncontested stroll to the Democrat nomination into a real battle. Below are | Read More »
Why Dean Heller’s Nevada Senate Race is So Important
Nevada has become a critical swing state in the delicate balance of the national political tug-of-war between Republicans and Democrats. Dean Heller must win the Nevada U.S. Senate seat in 2012 for several important reasons. First is the goal of Firing Harry Reid from his perch as Senate Majority Leader. We fired Nancy Pelosi from her position as Speaker of the House during the last | Read More »
Cain and Romney were Right Not to Sign SBA List’s Ridiculous Pledge!
I don’t think it’s a coincidence that the two bona fide businessmen running for the GOP nomination for President of the United States have decided not to sign a so-called Pro-Life pledge that is more designed to force candidates to conform to SBA’s apparent “affirmative action agenda” than it is to confirm their Pro-Life status. This issue came to a head yesterday when SBA List | Read More »
Game Changer? Tea Party Express Endorses Christine O’Donnell
First let me start by saying that I’m working the eCampaign for Christine O’Donnell for U.S. Senate and I usually wouldn’t post about a press release here if I didn’t think it was newsworthy or a benefit to the discussion at a site that has been such a big part of my blogging career. Having been a member of this site for almost 5 years | Read More »