It’s over: Matt Bevin is the Republican nominee for Kentucky Governor.
As Hot Air notes: James Comer took the high road and did not make life difficult after the recanvass. So they are all one big, happy fleet now in the Kentucky Republican party. No, really: "Happy Together" from Steven Reese on Vimeo. So no hard feelings, and time to encourage Jack Conway to explore his options in the private sector. Moe Lane PS: Matt Bevin | Read More »
Update on Kentucky-GOV GOP Primary: James Comer takes the high road.
Come, I will conceal nothing from you: I guessed wrong on this one. I expected a bitter rear-guard action. Would that I was always wrong in such a pleasant fashion.
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Matt Bevin Wins
[Revised given the polling at the end] I did not endorse Matt Bevin for the Kentucky Governor’s race. I endorsed Hal Heiner a month ago when it seemed all was lost for Bevin and the third man in the race, James Comer, was worth beating. Matt Bevin ran against what the media had caricatured him as and he cleaned up. He ran a clean race | Read More »
Hal Heiner for Governor of Kentucky
In the race for Governor of Kentucky, I have contributed $250.00 to Hal Heiner’s campaign and support him for Governor. I do not know him. I know some people around him. But I have been paying close attention to Heiner, his positions, and the state of the race. Heiner already has a 14 point lead. He is running a very solid race. I do like | Read More »
Michelle Nunn cowardly refuses to stand with Barack Obama.
There is a hierarchy in the Democratic party, and when one enjoys the hereditary rank in it that Michelle Nunn does then one can expect special consideration.
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The Races That May Determine Control of the Senate
On today’s edition of Coffee and Markets, Brad Jackson is joined by Aaron Blake to discuss the now infamous attack ad from Wendy Davis, the hotly contested Senate race in Kentucky and the most important Senate races to watch as we head into the home stretch before election day.
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Democrat in Kentucky Senate Race May ‘F*ck’ the Coal Industry if Elected
On today’s edition of Coffee and Markets, Brad Jackson is joined by Lachlan Markay to discuss the Senate race in Kentucky, some new video showing that the Democrat’s candidate may be lying about her support of the coal industry and what the GOP’s race to take back the Senate looks like with only a month until election day.
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The Alison Grimes campaign may now start imploding.
How much money did the Democrats spend on this one, again? – Because I bet that, say, Rep. Bruce Braley (D-IA) wouldn’t have minded getting some of that. Or Mary Burke. Or Greg Orman, later this month: U.S. Senate candidate Alison Lundergan Grimes is lying about her support for the state’s coal industry according to Kentucky Democrats, including members of her | Read More »
Kentucky’s “Halbig” cases advance
The Kentucky Court of Appeals will hear two cases challenging Gov. Steve Beshear’s unilateral implementation of the “Affordable Care Act” in Kentucky. “Our system of government is on trial here,” said David Adams, plaintiff in both cases. “Governor Beshear has created a mess by violating state law to force Kentucky into ObamaCare without required legislative approval. If Kentucky’s judicial branch won’t stop him in this | Read More »
Alison Grimes: boy, I just love that Iron Dome underground defense system!
Look, I’m not telling you to love Mitch McConnell; but this was a really stupid thing for Alison Grimes to say.
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Hey Allison Grimes: Iron Dome Does Not Stop Tunnels
They were hoping for the second coming of the “Year of the (Democrat) Woman,” but instead it is more the year of the consultant crafted lump of candidate. First, media darling Michelle Nunn of Georgia gets caught with a campaign memo telling her to find a position on Israel, which is listed as “TBD”, in order to raise money from Jews. Now, Allison Grimes of | Read More »
1 big reason to vote for “establishment” Republicans for Senate in November
Judges. Yep, judges. Many posters on here – and people who I run into in person – have expressed disappointment that more rah-rah conservatives have not been able to carry the day in the GOP Senate primaries in places like Kentucky, Georgia, Oregon, and my home state of North Carolina. I agree. I would love more senators of the Cruz-Lee-Paul brand. However, a number of | Read More »
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If You Like the Political System You Can Keep it
The current debate within the Republican Party boils down to one question: is politics a means for promoting liberty and economic growth through the confines of the U.S. Constitution or is it an end to itself? Democrats don’t have to answer this question because their policies of creating dependency, paying off special interests, and class warfare also benefit their individual members politically and help cement | Read More »