The Census Bureau today released the official reapportionment figures from the 2010 Census, which will determine (1) what states gain and lose House seats and thus will be prime targets for redistricting and (2) what states correspondingly gain and lose votes in the Electoral College for 2012. By and large, the news was good for the GOP. For the immediate impact, I’ll focus on the | Read More »
Could the Missouri Carnahan dynasty be at an end?
It’s been a good week to be a Republican in Missouri. Senator-elect Roy Blunt soundly defeated MO Secretary of State Robin Carnahan, beating her by 13 percentage points statewide, and winning every county in Missouri except St. Louis (city and county) and Jackson (Kansas City). Republican candidates scored wins in most parts of the state except the Democrat strongholds mentioned above, where incumbents such as | Read More »
James O’Keefe Investigates Census Fraud
Earlier today, James O’Keefe revealed his latest work of investigative journalism. O’Keefe produced a whistle blowing video and blog post showing alleged government waste at the U.S. Census in New Jersey. What do the members of Red State Nation think about this latest act of involuntary government transparency on the part of James O’Keefe? I say three cheers to O’Keefe for exposing how my tax dollars are | Read More »
Quick Hit: Oregon Governor
Good evening. Yes this is a late post and I apologize, but Here’s the latest Rasmussen on the Oregon Governor’s race.