The Midterm Obama Repudiation Referendum
As the New York Times put it, Riding a wave of discontent, “Republicans took control of the Senate on Tuesday night, expanded their hold on the House, and defended some of the most closely contested governors’ races, in a repudiation of President Obama.” In another Times article it was reported that Obama complained that the Republican victory should not be blamed on him: “He doesn’t feel repudiated.” Obama should | Read More »
, amanda curtis
, Barack Obama
, Bob Dold
, bruce braley
, Carlos Curbelo
, dan sullivan
, David Perdue
, david rouzer
, elise stefanik
, Evan Jenkins
, Frank Guint
, Jay Rockefeller
, Jody Hice
, John Katko
, John Walsh
, Joni Ernst
, Kay Hagan
, Lee Zeldin
, Mark Begich
, Mark PryoCory Gardner
, Mark Udall
, mia love
, Michelle Nunn
, Mike Bost
, Natalie Tennant
, North Carolina
, Rick Allen
, Rod Blum
, Saxby Chambliss
, Scott Walker
, shelley moore capito
, Steve Daines
, thom tillis
, tom cotton
, Tom Harkin
, West Virginia
, Will Hurd
New O’Keefe Video: Mark Pryor is Lying about his Marriage Equality Stance
The Arkansas Senate race is one of the closest ones this election season. As a Democrat in a conservative state, incumbent has tried to present himself as a moderate in tune with his state’s more conservative leanings, especially on social issues. He has emphasized repeatedly that he does not support same-sex marriage, but how does he really feel when the cameras and microphones are off? A bombshell | Read More »
Mark Pryor Won’t Answer a Simple Question
, running for re-election to the Senate in Arkansas, actually ran an advertisement attacking his Republic opponent blaming for the Ebola crisis. I am not kidding. Katie Hunt of MSNBC asks a simple question: does he think the President has appropriately handled the response to the Ebola crisis. Pryor’s (non)response is comedy gold. Just unbelievable. Again — accused his opponent of causing the Ebola crisis | Read More »
Arkansas Health Independence Accounts to Cost Taxpayers Millions
On today’s edition of Coffee and Markets, Brad Jackson is joined by Nic Horton to discuss the latest Medicaid expansion debacle in Arkansas, how people can game the system to cost taxpayers millions and what you can do to keep Obamacare expansion out of your state.
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When Your Base Becomes Your Enemy
Throughout primary season, the National Republican Senatorial Committee in alliance with groups like the Chamber of Commerce and Main Street Partnership have treated the Republican base as their enemy. Running scorched earth campaigns, they have attacked conservative groups, they have attacked conservative activists, and they have funded third party campaigns to paint the tea party and its candidates as racists. They have been able to | Read More »
Mark Pryor’s (D-INC, Arkansas-SEN) attempt to squeeze votes from the turnout turnip.
Note that this is not about spirit, not about organization, and not about wanting it more. This is about math.
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The Daily Beast interviews rape victim from 1975 court case involving Hillary Clinton as defense attorney.
Hillary Clinton apparently is remarkably lacking shame for doing something that would probably have kept me up at night for a decade.
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Leslie Rutledge Thinks Hiring Conservatives is Discrimination
Leslie Rutledge has worked for the RNC and the NRCC. She has worked for Mike Huckabee. She’s a Republican. But a lot of conservative lawyers are skittish about her being the Republican nominee for Attorney General in Arkansas. Rutledge has, five times, voted in Democratic primaries in Arkansas. She’s running against David Sterling, who never left Arkansas for the greener pastures of the RNC, and | Read More »
Arkansas Republican Primary Endorsements
When it comes to Arkansas politics, the state is considered red and that is true as concerns federal offices. All four House members are Republican as is one of their senators. However, when it comes to state politics, the GOP has had difficulty winning the legislature and has had a Democratic governor of late.In the Republican primary, there are three somewhat able and formidable candidates | Read More »
I Gave $100 to Thom Tillis’s Campaign
Whether he wins his nomination or not, I won’t send even a penny to Tom Cotton in Arkansas unless he fires his campaign manager Justin Brasell. Brasell used Ben Sasse’s children in a television commercial to attack Ben Sasse. Then, after producing and placing the ads, Brasell quit his PAC that placed the ads. What a cowardly thing to do. You’d think a guy like | Read More »
Does Tom Cotton Want Democrats to Win?
Some inquiring media needs to ask Tom Cotton this question. With Shane Osborn out of the running, Sid Dinsdale trailing, and Ben Sasse in the lead in Nebraska with little time left, Tom Cotton’s campaign manager is running an ad campaign against Ben Sasse. Cotton is, himself, running for the Republican nomination for the Senate in Arkansas. Sasse is supporting by conservatives as diverse as | Read More »
Cotton’s not gaining on Pryor, Why?
This is one of the most important Senate races in 2014. Mark Pryor, the leader of the “we voted for it, but we didn’t really like it,” group of panicked Democratic Senate candidates running from ObamaCare is worried. This race is one where the Red State Strategy demands a victory. Returning Pryor as Arkansas’ lone Democrat senator could mean that the Republicans would not take | Read More »
The Arkansas “Private Option” Medicaid Expansion Will Cost Taxpayers Millions
On today’s edition of Coffee and Markets, Brad Jackson is joined by Josh Archambault to discuss his Forbes piece today on the Arkansas “Private Option” Medicaid expansion, why it could leave the state’s taxpayers on the hook for millions of dollars and how states should be fixing their broken Medicaid programs.
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Sen. Mark Pryor (D, Arkansas) takes a long step towards DOOM.
We do not minimize the service of combat veterans in this country. MSNBC: Pryor’s Attacks On Military Service “Misstep” and “Unbelievable” https://t.co/rfjr6IaLpV — Kirsten Kukowski (@kakukowski) March 5, 2014