2014 Gubernatorial Races: An Early Take- Part 1
This is the first of an eight part series on gubernatorial races in 2014 and where they stand at this point in time. Overall, Republican successes have been greater at the state/local level than at the national level as evidenced by senatorial and presidential losses in 2008, 2010, and 2012. At the state (governor and legislature) and the congressional district level, Republicans hold a comfortable | Read More »
Mea Culpa (Sort Of).
My article of Monday the 18th of October created a bit of a tempest. I’ve never had an article pulled on a Conservative site before. I’ve been tossed off of a couple of hard lefty sites, but that’s usually just funny. I used to do a daily column on a really hard lefty site… I was astounded that they would publish my Conservative views. We | Read More »
[When you’re the managing editor of this site you can get away with stuff like this. Not before. – NS]
Run, Abel, run!
We need news helicopters to find this guy and put the freeway chase on CNN. Moderate Republican Abel Maldonado, under pressure from Schwarzenegger and Democrats to provide the final vote to crush the people of California with huge tax increases, <a href=”http://www.sacbee.com/static/weblogs/capitolalertlatest/019637.html”>has fled the capitol in violation of a legislative lockdown</a>. Don’t squeeze the Abe!