Take a Cold Shower, GOP: Christie Still Isn’t Running for President!
By Matt Rooney | Cross-Posted at The Save Jersey Blog Republican hearts are all a-flutter this morning from sea to shining sea, Save Jerseyans, and it’s all because of a Newsmax story alleging that Governor Christie is strongly reconsidering a 2012 White House bid. Just don’t fall for it! I know, I know. No one likes the buzz kill. But I have good reasons for thinking this story is baloney. First off, | Read More »
America is Waiting on “Rickomnich”
By Matt Rooney | Cross-Posted at The Save Jersey Blog Or “Gingmitterry.” Call this hypothetical apex political predator whatever you want! All I know is that the more I watch of these Republican presidential primary debates, the more your Blogger-in-Chief instinctively wishes that conservative scientists could figure out a way to splice the genes of Mitt Romeny, Newt Gingirch, and Rick Perryinto a single supercandidate DNA strand. The resulting | Read More »
Allen West Out In Florida Senate Race, How About Tea Party?
Rep. Allen West made it official this week that he will not be entering the Florida GOP primary race for U.S. Senate. “Over the last several weeks, numerous leaders of the Florida Republican Party, including current and past elected officials, have spoken to me about the race for the United States Senate. Out of respect, I was willing to listen,” said West in a statement. | Read More »
What Is Going On In The U.S. Senate Race In Florida!?
What is going on in the U.S. Senate Race in Florida!? Quinnipiac University released a new poll that shows Adam Hasner, despite several noted endorsements, including RS’s Erick Erickson, and a growing list of impressive financial backers, dead last among the key candidates with just 6% of the vote. Again. This is not necessarily breaking news, most polls continue to show Hasner struggling to resonate | Read More »
Tea Party Lessons From The 2010 Primary
With the U.S. Senate race to unseat Progressive-Lite Bill Nelson well underway here in Florida, the 2012 election season is off and running. Unbelievable, huh? Much like NASCAR, there’s not much of an off season in politics anymore. As the tea party begins preparing for the upcoming Republican primary election, it would behoove us to take a look back on some of the lessons from 2010. And there’s no better | Read More »
Adam Hasner: Conservative Before It Was Cool
There’s only one Marco Rubio. But he’s one heckuva fantastic blueprint to follow for a conservative Senate candidate.
Who better to send to the Senate to work with Rubio to fight against the liberal policies of Barack Obama and Harry Reid, than Adam Hasner, the very man who worked with Rubio to fight against the liberal policies of Charlie Crist and George LeMieux?
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Tags: 2012 election
, Adam Hasner
, bill nelson
, Charlie Crist
, George LeMieux
, Marco Rubio
, Mike Haridopolos
, Republican Primary
Please Mr. Trump, Don’t Run!
By Tom Tillison Florida Political Press As America continues to struggle through one of the most tumultuous times in it’s history, we have a President that can often be found out on the golf course, 60 outings in a little over two years, or shooting hoops, or attending one star studded gala after another at the White House. When our President does find time in | Read More »
NH: Lamontagne’s Second Amendment credibility issue
When Erick addressed the NH Senate race and cited a laundry list of Kelly Ayotte’s failings on Tuesday, I was moved to do some further research of my own. On the Second Amendment,his anonymous source stated: Kelly actively lobbied Governor Lynch to veto an expansion of the Castle Doctrine, allowing people to protect themselves in their homes. Ovide has been a member of the NRA | Read More »
PAMELA GORMAN COMES OUT STRONG IN SUPPORT OF ISRAEL
“As evangelical Christian, my concern for how our nation provides for Israel’s protection also reflects my firmly held belief in the Holy Scriptures where Israel is concerned. As such, my positions is both a strategic and personal.”
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, Arizona's 3rd Congressional District
, Middle East
, Pamela Gorman
, Republican Primary
Stand With Sager: The Man Of Hell No
“If Republicans are the Party of No, then I’m going to be The Man Of HELL NO!” -Jason Sager (CAN-R-FL-05) I laughed, “Can I quote you?” In fact, I love the quote so much, I choose it as the title of this article. This quote came at the end of our almost two hour talk, and so I will put it in context later. I | Read More »
Interview With Sager (CAN-R-FL-05)
Today, I am interviewing Jason Sager who is running against Ginny Brown-Waite for the Republican nomination in my district.