Another shameless power grab coming from Massachusetts Democrats?
As you may know, I spent some time in Massachusetts this year, working on some Congressional races, and it’s been an interesting time for me, seeing the differences (the many,
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The Old Senate Versus the New Senate
Suffice to say, for the second consecutive cycle, the Republicans blew gaining control of the Senate and deposing Harry Reid as Majority Leader and, thus, setting the legislative agenda in
Goals for 2014 and beyond
So we got slobber knocked at the national level. We want to change that but sit back and ponder what went wrong instead of what went right. We have 30
My quick handicapping of Democratic at-risk Senate races in 2014.
Since Glenn Reynolds asked, here’s my current assessment of at-risk Democratic Senators in 2014*. Bear in mind: while I generally got the House right in 2010 and 2012, I overestimated
Benghazi Update: Hillary Sidesteps Testifying and Newly Released DOD Timeline is Full of Discrepancies
Secretary of State Hillary Clinton declined an invitation to testify before the House Foreign Affairs Committee, which will take place on Thursday, regarding the Benghazi attack. But, Michael Courts, acting
Electoral Reform- Part 1: Is There a Need?
On Election Day, as I was following the returns from around the country on Politico (I was following all the races, not just President), somewhere on the lower part of
Takeaways From 2012
The bad news We lost the presidency. We lost the Senate. That was rough. I think first and foremost we need to realize what this means for the future of our
Benjamin Hodge interview with Paul Ibbetson – Anti-business attitudes of Topeka paper, Democrat Anthony Hensley
The Topeka Capital-Journal joined Democratic Senate leader Anthony Hensley in: Promoting tax and spend policies that damage businesses Insulting a major business after it leaves town Stating clearly that they
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Prepare for Taxmageddon
Taxmageddon is a dreadful combination of expiring pro-growth tax policies from 2001 and 2003, the end of the once-temporary payroll tax cut, and some of Obamacare’s 18 new tax hikes.
Preposterous Sobhani Campaign is an Enemy to Real Change in Maryland
No one in the Maryland news media is really vetting unaffiliated Senate candiate Rob Sobhani. Sure, there have been some interviews and some pieces on TV news but he’s being
Eastern Nebraska Republicans: What are you doing to elect Deb Fischer?
This question is posed to those Nebraska Republicans who always seem to get squishy this time of year. We are within two weeks of election day. What are our friends
RS Interview: Tom Smith (R CAND, PA-SEN).
This is a race that has recently hit the radar, largely because Tom has seriously narrowed the gap between him and incumbent Senator Bob Casey – and if you don’t
Ohio Senator Sherrod Brown’s War on Power Plants
Ohio Senator Sherrod Brown, an Occupy Wall Street supporter who is rated by the National Journal as the Senate’s most liberal member, is at it again. A hard-line leftist, he
Ohio Senate Race Skewed by “Pants on Fire” Media Narrative
In the U.S. Senate race between Democrat incumbent Sherrod Brown and Republican challenger Josh Mandel, a PolitiFact Ohio narrative – that Mandel is a ridiculous liar – has taken center stage, aided
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Dan Bongino is the only independent voice running for Senate in Maryland
Many of you outside Maryland are aware of our great GOP nominee for U.S. Senate, former Secret Service Agent, Dan Bongino. What you may not know is that the Senate race