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Wisconsin poll: Walker leads Burke 49% to 44%

Wisconsin’s GOP Gov. Scott K. Walker leads Mary Burke, his presumed Democratic challenger 49 percent to 44 percent, according to a late March Human Events/Gravis poll of 988 registered Wisconsin voters. “When looking at these data on the level of party identification, the election for governor appears to be following partisan lines with 82.5 percent […] Continue reading →

BOMBSHELL: Obamacare Approval Craters to Just 26%

The American people have never been particularly thrilled about Obamacare, and whatever thrill some may have had is quickly disappearing.  After the horrendous rollout of, approval for the law was barely 1/3 of the country.  That number has been slipping even more as people discover the higher rates and premiums, and find out they […] Continue reading →

The battle over Medicaid expansion

Ben Domenech This article originally appeared on The political battles over Medicaid expansion are continuing across the country as states take up warmed-over versions of the so-called private expansion in Arkansas. What should opponents of these expansions be highlighting in their conversations about the Medicaid issue? The Foundation for Government Accountability has guidance in […] Continue reading →

S.C. GOP poll: ‘Jeb’ leads White House hopefuls; Graham holds lead with 60 percent

South Carolina Republicans like former Florida governor John E. “Jeb” Bush for president, while continuing to support Sen. Lindsey O. Graham for re-nomination against a host of conservative challengers, according to the March 6-7 Human Events/Gravis poll of 735 voters, who had previously voted in a Republican primary. “Jeb Bush shows strength across many of […] Continue reading →

Obama: The Willing Executioner

Information Clearinghouse – by Mike Whitney  “The crimes of the United States have been systematic, constant, vicious, remorseless, but very few people have actually talked about them. You have to hand it to America. It has exercised a quite clinical manipulation of power worldwide while masquerading as a force for universal good.” - Harold Pinter, Nobel […] Continue reading →