Quinnipiac Poll Shows Senate Split in Swing States
A new swing state poll released by Quinnipiac is showing a split on U.S. Senate races, which doesn’t necessarily put the party at risk of losing the Senate, but does make things more difficult in a year where Republicans should be doing well across the board. Florida The tragic loss of Sen. Marco Rubio (R-FL) 94% in the Senate could very well | Read More »
Katie McGinty promises a bloody Pennsylvania-SEN Dem primary.
Katie McGinty is going to challenge Joe Sestak for the honor of losing to Pat Toomey.
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PA Democrat with links to former Gov. Ed Rendell one of the four indicted on corruption charges.
One of Ed Rendell’s associates was indicted in that Chaka Fattah corruption case. Isn’t that interesting?
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Rep. Chaka Fattah (D, PA-02) indicted for all SORTS of political corruption, really.
DEMOCRAT Chaka Fattah was indicted on numerous political corruption charges. He is a DEMOCRAT. DEM-O-CRAT. D-E-M-O-C-R-A-T… look, this isn’t hard to type.
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The Convenience Store Lobby Suddenly Trying To Ban Online Gaming
Image credit: Shutterstock.com The “Restoration of America’s Wire Act” (RAWA) would rewrite the decades-old Wire Act to ban online gaming. It would also make a number of states’ online lottery games illegal. In the past, Sheldon Adelson said he was “willing to spend whatever it takes” to pass RAWA. He even dispatched his lobbyist Darryl Nirenberg – then of Patton Boggs – | Read More »
Probe: Pennsylvania Paid $2.2 Billion in Fraudulent Unemployment Insurance
Conservatives have been trying for years to investigate fraud in welfare programs at the national and state levels. Repeatedly, we are told by the Left that such attempts are unnecessary and endanger the ability of those programs to help those in need. However, time and again, we see that there are examples of fraud in welfare programs across the country. The recent probe into fraudulent | Read More »
Pedro Cortes – the man who didn’t stop Kermit Gosnell – wants his old job back.
Kermit Gosnell would not have been able to murder people without Pedro Cortes’ blind eye. Now Cortes wants his old job back.
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Secession in the U.S.?
Via The Economist: The towns are in New York’s Southern Tier. They sit on top of the Marcellus Shale, which is full of natural gas. New Yorkers, unlike their Pennsylvanian neighbours, are not allowed to tap the gas because of a state ban on hydraulic fracturing (fracking) announced by Andrew Cuomo, the governor, on December 17th. Hours later on the same day, a state panel | Read More »
Pennsylvania Attorney General Kathleen Kane (D) *may* be indicted soon.
To be fair: it hasn’t actually happened yet. And an indictment isn’t a conviction. Still… oopsie? The special prosecutor and grand jury investigating allegations that Attorney General Kathleen G. Kane leaked secret information to a newspaper have found evidence of wrongdoing and recommended that she be criminally charged, according to numerous people familiar with the decision. […] The panel concluded that Kane violated grand-jury secrecy rules | Read More »
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
Pennsylvania AG Kathleen Kane’s (D) on-again, off-again blame-the-victim tactics in rape lawsuit.
PA AG Kathleen Kane (Democrat) tried to blame a rape victim for being raped, then tried to blame a subordinate for blaming the rape victim. …Charming.
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How to Turn College Campuses Red
For my first post, I would like to touch on an issue that is very close to me, and is a goal that I am working to achieve each day. Most people overlook the issue, or don’t even think about it, but it can change elections for Republicans and conservatives for years to come. During my short time thus far as Chairman of the Temple | Read More »