Is “41” The New “60”?
Is “41 is the new “60” because Scott Brown was sworn in as the junior Republican Senator of Massachusetts? 60 was the number of votes needed to pass substantive (excluding some budgetary) legislation and to bust up any filibuster attempt in the Senate. 60 seats is how many the Democrat Caucus held in the Senate. 60 is the number of votes the Democrats had to | Read More »
GAME CHANGER! Brown Likely to Head to DC Thursday to Block Reid & Co.
Great Scott! * ** Things in Washington seem to be changing by the hour! Ever since Scott Brown won the Massachusetts special election last month, Harry Reid and his Democrat cohorts have been gaming the system, trying to rush through Big Labor’s President Obama’s controversial nominations like Patricia Smith (as the Department of Labor’s solicitor) and Craig Becker before Brown could be seated. Now, Scott plans to try | Read More »
Republicans Score Big in Indiana!
Lost during the news of the IL and FL primaries was a major news leak in the state of Indiana. Conservatives, recently sent reeling when conservative leader and congressman Mike Pence announced he would not run against Sen. Bayh, have received news that has energized the base. Former Senator Dan Coates has decided to come out of retirement and run for the Bayh seat. Not | Read More »
New poll confirms majority of Utah does not want Italian nuclear waste
New poll confirms majority of Utah does not want Italian nuclear waste Senate candidate Cherilyn Eagar opposes foreign imported n-waste Since the debate on foreign importation of nuclear waste began, Cherilyn Eagar has stood absolutely against it. In a poll published yesterday by The Salt Lake Tribune, an “[o]verwhelming majority says Utah is not the right place for depleted uranium and foreign radioactive waste.” The | Read More »
My Take on Lame Duck Senators Casting Votes
Lane Kirk is a lame duck. There has been an election for the Massachusetts US Senate seat, and Scott Brown won the election. There is a lot of outrage that Lane Kirk is continuing to cast votes. I understand that outrage. My take on this is different from others that I have read. I want to take into account ALL lame duck US Senators, and | Read More »
Open letter to the Tea Partiers, 9-12ers & other Patriots.
Wiley for US Senate – Nevada Conservative Pro-Life, Pro-Gun, Statesman Mike Wiley, dubbed the “Protector of the 1st and 2nd Amendments” by the Reject Reid PAC on Facebook and the only US Senate candidate in the Nevada Republican Primary to be involved in the battle for freedom since 1992, issued the following communiqué to the organized and unorganized resistance to Barack Obama and his S.C.U.M. | Read More »
Toomey surges ahead of Specter in latest poll
Republican Senate hopeful Pat Toomey, three-term Pennsylvania Congressman, surged ahead of incumbent Democrat-turned-Republican-turned-Democrat Senator Arlen Specter in the latest Daily News/Franklin & Marshall Poll. According to the article: … Toomey jumped out to a 14-point lead when the poll targeted “likely voters,” people who said they are certain to vote and are paying close attention to the race. Among that group, Toomey led Specter 45-31 | Read More »
How Rand Paul can win Kentucky, part II
I wrote about Rand Paul‘s chances in Kentucky last month. He’s pulled ahead of Republican primary opponent Trey Grayson, the current Kentucky Secretary of State, and polls better than Democrats, according to Public Policy Polling. Despite a few minor HR setbacks, it appears as though the Paul campaign is on the path to victory. In the last post I gave four bits of advice the Paul | Read More »
Sen.-Elect Scott Brown
Cross-posted at The Underground Conservative. You can go ahead and say it. The Boston Tea Party of 2010 may have triggered the Second American Revolution. Scott Brown became the first Republican elected to the U.S. Senate from Massachusetts in 30 years by cruising to an easy win over Democrat Martha Marcia, Marcia, Marcia Coakley in the special election to fill the seat once held by | Read More »
If all goes well…
Republican Scott Brown is going to win a US Senate seat in Massachusetts today. Despite the state of Massachusetts being heavily Democrat, the seat formerly held by Ted Kennedy, with all the power and money of the unions, well wishes by MSM etc.. and pushing the Democrat Martha Coakley forward, a Republican for the first time in multiple decades may occupy a senate seat in | Read More »
In defiance of tyranny. Police close off streets for Scott Brown rally
In defiance of tyranny. What do you think of now when watching this video? Cross posted at: The Political Class
Rumors abound, Sen. Lieberman may Endorse Scott Brown
(H/T Gateway Punit and RedMass Group via beforeitsnews.com): The stated reason for Lieberman’s possible endorsement — Brown’s strong opposition to ObamaCare. Yet another log on the funeral pyre…
Cherilyn Eagar for US Senate (UT) – Phyllis Schlafly
Phyllis Schlafly Comes to Utah Eagar For Senate fundraiser features a visit by the First Lady of Conservatism Phyllis Schlafly, founder of the National Eagle Forum and first lady of the conservative movement, is coming to Salt Lake on Saturday, January 16. She will address the Utah Eagle Forum’s annual convention and be the guest of senate candidate Cherilyn Eagar at a private reception that | Read More »
Dem Scheme: Seat Brown Late if he Wins, Until After Health Care Gets to Senate
(At 11;59 PM on 1/8 Moe Lane posted on this story, here. I’m just adding another log to the fire.) In a clear demonstration of the Speaker’s comment that we will do “almost anything” to pass health care, the Democrats have said they will delay seating Scott Brown, the GOP candidate for Senate in Massachusetts if he wins the race for former Senator Kennedy’s Senate | Read More »
Cherilyn Eagar Calls for End of Political Back Room Deals
Eagar Calls for End of Political Back Room Deals Foreign Waste is a States’ Rights Issue SALT LAKE CITY, UT. January 4, 2010. Cherilyn Eagar, candidate for U.S. Senate (R-UT), announced today that she supports Governor Herbert’s move to stall the arrival of depleted uranium in Utah. “Our conservative Governor is using caution, and rightfully so.” She added her own perspective, “ I’m speaking not | Read More »