Obama’s latest assault the 1st Amendment
Cross-posted at: Center for Competitive Politics Responding to Obama on DISCLOSE Act This Saturday’s weekly Presidential radio address was devoted to resurrecting the DISCLOSE Act, the bill designed to stifle free speech rights recognized by the Supreme Court in the Citizens United decision. Reviewing the transcript of his comments, I had a few thoughts: 1. Most noticeable for its absence was any mention of unions. | Read More »
Reeves reimbursing his company with campaign donatation? Per N&O…
According to the News and Observer below is the full article and then the link. Please be sure to comment. BY MICHAEL BIESECKER – staff writer RALEIGH — Though few registered voters may be paying attention, there’s a spicy primary runoff for the Republican nomination to challenge incumbent Democratic Rep. Brad Miller in the state’s 13th Congressional District. William “Bill” Randall, a U.S. Navy veteran, | Read More »
Me to E. J. Dionne: “You, lie!!!”
You know, Rep. Joe Wilson (R-SC) should be referenced every time some pathetic statist speaks. In answer to E. J. Dionne in a column he wrote in today’s Washington Post called “A bipartisan push to clean up the Supreme Court’s mess,” all I can say to E. J. is “You, lie!!!” It starts in paragraph 2: At issue is the court’s astonishingly naive decision in | Read More »
Obama almost certainly NOT targeting GOP auto dealers
Concerns about Obama administration using campaign contribution disclosure reports to target Republican-owned auto dealers for closure are almost certainly not true.
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Arizona Clean Elections commission again considers nullifying election results
Cross-posted at: http://www.campaignfreedom.org/blog/ The AP reports this morning that Arizona’s Citizens Clean Elections Commission is considering tossing a state legislator out of office, thereby nullifying the will of a majority of voters in his district. If removed, this would be the second case in which the Citizens Clean Elections Commission has removed a legislator from office. From the article: Campaign finance case could oust Ariz. | Read More »
Do as I say, not as I do
The “Progressive” blogosphere is all a flutter about the fact that ThinkProgress founder and former Hillary Clinton research director Judd Legum is running for the House of Delegates in Maryland, targeting conservative Republican incumbent Delegate Ron George. This of course has the folks at Kos, MyDD, HuffPo and other places tripping all of themselves proclaiming Legum as the next big thing and the “first national | Read More »
Freshman Congressman Mark Schauer (D-MI) ADMITS breaking the law (22 times), hit with RECORD penalty!
Cross-posted on Right Michigan at www.RightMichigan.com. More than two years after committing over twenty specific, egregious campaign finance violations, freshman Democratic Congressman Mark Schauer is finally being forced to pay the piper. Secretary of State Terri Lynn Land announced this week that Schauer has been hit with the largest punishment for campaign finance violations in the history of the state of Michigan! According to | Read More »
Obama Campaign Fraud Allegations Will Not Be Investigated
It looks like the Obama machine is to be given free reign to operate beyond the law–but, I guess that’s not news, is it? During the months leading up to the election, numerous complaints and allegations were filed regarding blatant campaign finance fraud occurring in the Obama campaign with donations from the middle east and other obviously fraudulent sources.
What’s up at CNN?
Is CNN starting to play “cover my a$$” in case of a McCain victory? Embedded video from CNN Video In all fairness to Campbell Brown, she didn’t try to pretty it up. She called a lie a lie. I think this piece might be at least a little damaging; Middle American hates liars and greedy people. Also a plut that it’s on CNN, so you | Read More »
Colorado Education Association Cooks The Books
H/T to Mount Virtus During the 2004 Colorado Senate (14th District) election campaign, the Colorado Education Association (CEA) and the Poudre, Colorado Education Association (PEA) gave material assistance to the Bob Bacon (D-Fort Collins) campaign. This assistance included using staff for mailings and emails to union members, and recruiting members and non-members for campaign volunteer work. Colorado law, like that in many other states, prohibits | Read More »
Happy 4th Birthday Redstate
I want to congratulate Redstate for its four year anniversary and the launch of this great new iteration of the website. Redstate has proven to be an essential way for elected leaders to communicate with their constituents and Erick Erickson and his team deserve praise for creating such a forum. It is ironic, then, that on the fourth anniversary of Redstate’s launch, some in Congress | Read More »