It’s closer than we thought, and every vote counts.
I was taken aback by Zogby’s prediction that Coakley would narrowly win the race today. All of the polling information of the past week had seemed so positive and undeniable that, while I remained skeptical myself due to potential fraudulent and unethical election activities, I had assumed the untarnished numbers were clear enough. So I checked them again. While the Brown lead over Coakley has | Read More »
NO ELECTIONS IN NOV 2010, 2012 [No more account for you]
It is obvious that, Obama/Dems are NOT going to hold ELECTIONS in NOV 2010 or 2012 or as far as he can get away with it.
First, are their REASONS, and then there are CLUES they are giving out that leads one to that conclusion. We include six reasons and seven clues. Then we present a short analysis and recommend a remedy. With links to more detailed analyses. Our choice? To wake up now, or to give up the Republic.
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, Brown Shirts
, Civil War
, Popular Uprising
Dear Mike Pence: Get off the sideline and run against Evan Bayh.
Okay, okay. Mike Pence isn’t exactly on the sideline. Far from it. We all know how indispensable he has been to the conservative movement. He has strong leadership skills and he is an effective communicator. Around the country, he is recognized as a voice of opposition to President Obama’s agenda. I say all of this to prove a point, though. Mike Pence has a unique | Read More »
Yes, Byron, The GOP Deserves Blame, But You Need to Go Further
Byron York’s article in the Washington Examiner highlights Republican shortcomings in recent years causing the shift to a Democrat-controlled Congress. While I agree with some of his points, I think York needs to go further with a few critical elements. In analyzing the Franken-Coleman senatorial race, it doesn’t simply come down to ‘if only 157 Franken voters would have voted for Coleman, then Coleman would | Read More »
40 in 2010: CO-07
Cross-posted at The Skeptical Michigander (In order for the Republicans to take back the House in 2010, they need to net 41 seats. It’s a long shot, but it is possible. By my count, there are 92 Dem-held seats that the Republicans have at least an outside chance of winning. That number will change as we get closer to election time, of course. But for | Read More »
, 40 in 2010
, ed perlmutter
, lang sias
, ryan frazier
A James Madison Endorsement for Colorado Senate Candidate Tom Wiens
So who does the GOP want to be Colorado’s next U.S. Senator? If James Madison could speak from his grave, Tom Wiens would get the nod.
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Bush v. Gore, score one for America !!
Nine years and one day ago, the U.S. Supreme Court squashed the Democrats’ attempt to steal the 2000 presidential election. The vote-counting procedure prescribed by Florida law determined that George W. Bush had carried the state, but the Democrat-controlled Florida Supreme Court tossed out the state’s own election laws and made up new rules, in order to throw the election to Al Gore. This Democrat | Read More »
Why Colorado’s Secretary of State Race Matters
A number of troubling events have occurred in Colorado since SoSP’s birth in 2006. ACORN has set up shop in Colorado with a foothold in Aurora. After his 2006 win, our sitting Democrat Governor, Bill Ritter, saw fit to sign an Executive Order allowing Labor Unions to penetrate the state government. Because of this, the AFSCME has started a Local Union of Colorado State Employees more formally called Colorado WINS/AFSCME Local 1876 part of the AFL-CIO. They share the same Denver address with the SEIU local union. Our Colorado tax dollars now flow to the AFL-CIO in Washington.
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Doug Hoffman Might Have Won NY-23 After All!
Doug Hoffman conceded defeat on election night after being told that he was down by more than 5,300 votes with 93% of the vote counted, and that he had nearly lost his own stronghold of Oswego County. His concession allowed Bill Owens to be sworn in as Representative of the 23rd District in New York–and after breaking four of his campaign promises within the first | Read More »
David Axelrod is a shameless liar: Claims Owens won running on Obama agenda!!!
Kos touted this quote from David Axelrod on the front page his hate-site: I think as the Blue Dogs welcome their new colleague Congressman Owens and remind themselves that he’s the first Democrat to hold that seat in 140 years, since Ulysses S. Grant, and that he campaigned on the Obama program, they’ll have to say, ‘You know what, we’re onto something here if we | Read More »
“The End Of The Beginning”
“Now is not the end. It is not even the beginning of the end. It is, perhaps, the end of the beginning”. Sir Winston Churchill at the close of the Battle of Britain. The Obama administration is scrambling to get the word out to its lapdog press and political smarm operators that it’s just a midterm and it doesn’t really mean that much…after His Arrogance | Read More »
Obama vs. Fox: where are we headed?
I have been doing a lot of reading lately. ALOT of reading. I have found great value in old books, many of which are out of print. I recently raided my fathers bookshelf, and came away with W. Cleon Skousen’s THE NAKED COMMUNIST. Dad told me that in the 1960’s and 1970s that this was a required textbook for high school seniors and college freshmen. | Read More »
40 in 2010: FL-22
In order for the Republicans to take back the House in 2010, they need to net 40 seats. It’s a long shot, but it is possible. By my count, there are 85 Dem-held seats that the Republicans have at least an outside chance of winning. That number will change as we get closer to election time, of course. But for now, I’ll be highlighting some of these seats from time to time. Today’s entry is Florida’s 22nd district.
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Peter Schiff Officially Announces Bid for US Senate from Connecticut
From CQ Politics: Once he crossed the $800,000 fund raising mark there wasn’t much doubt that financier Peter Schiff was serious about running for the Senate in 2010. On Thursday, he made it official. Add the former adviser to the Ron Paul presidential campaign to the list of Republicans eager to take on Democratic Sen. Christopher J. Dodd in 2010. Schiff, head of Euro Pacific | Read More »
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, peter schiff
, sound money