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GOP hopefuls betting on mega donor in Vegas

 A slate of potential Republican presidential candidates is descending upon Las Vegas to court one of the GOP’s most powerful patrons. Republican super donor Sheldon Adelson is the main attraction for White House hopefuls as the Republican Jewish Coalition begins its annual “spring leadership meeting” Thursday along the city’s storied strip, the site of Adelson’s […] Continue reading →

Clash of GOP titans in Mississippi Senate race

 Mississippi Republican Thad Cochran is facing his toughest primary challenge in nearly 36 years in the Senate, from a tea party favorite who casts him as an out-of-touch Washington insider. But Cochran is meeting state lawmaker Chris McDaniel’s barbs with a potent weapon: the Barbour family’s political machine. While Cochran has the backing of the […] Continue reading →

The Democrats’ Koch psychosis

Washington Post blogger Greg Sargent writes approvingly of the latest big-bucks Democrat Senate Majority PAC ad campaign in Louisiana, which once again targets the Left’s favorite boogeymen, the Koch Brothers: As I noted the other day, this is all about creating a framework within which voters can be made to understand the actual policy agenda Republicans are campaigning on. […] Continue reading →

Jimmy Fallon, Democrat Political Asset

Brent Bozell  The Obamas have had few more obsequious media allies than NBC’s Jimmy Fallon. Now that he’s taking over the hallowed ground of “The Tonight Show,” Fallon’s proven ability to spread his reach into viral videos on YouTube promises to become even more politically potent. Fallon’s Obama-friendly sketches and interviews have become immediate “news” […] Continue reading →

Poll: 71% Wish They’d Not Voted For Obama

Even 55% of Democrats say they regret re-electing the president  A new Economist/ poll reveals that over seventy percent of Americans who voted Obama back into the presidency in 2012 now regret doing so. The survey also reveals that a majority of Democrats, 55 percent, also regret aiding Obama’s reelection. Among independents the number who […] Continue reading →

Christie Falling Hard in 2016 Horse Race

 It’s been a pretty awful month for NJ Governor Chris Christie. has he gotten a raw deal? Yeah, probably. The media will always go after Republicans ruthlessly at the end of the day, no matter how one tries. It’s no surprise that at the same time he overtook Clinton in polls, “scandals” started surfacing. So, […] Continue reading →

Ann Coulter: A bridge too far-fetched

New Jersey governor Chris Christie deserves to be defended.  The gravamen of the media’s case against Christie on Bridgegate seems to be that he is a “bully” — which I painstakingly gleaned from the fact that the governor is called a “bully” 1 million times a night on MSNBC and in hundreds of blog postings […] Continue reading →

Rick Scott Rebounds in Florida (Takes lead?)

 In March 2013, PPP showed former Republican Governor and now Democratic gubernatorial candidate Charlie Crist leading Scott by 52-40% in a poll made up of a reasonably sampled 48% Obama voters and 46% Romney voters. A September poll by PPP used a 47-47% Romney/Obama sample and also showed 12-point lead for Scott. Both polls were […] Continue reading →

Christie facing GOP donors as bridge scandal boils

 New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie faces one of his first major tests since his backyard political scandal erupted: reassuring top Republican donors that he has taken steps to address allegations of political payback in his home state and that he remains a viable presidential contender for the party’s establishment. Christie, who leads the Republican Governors […] Continue reading →

Michelle Malkin: Tamera Mowry Is Not Alone

 This made my heart ache and my blood pressure spike: Actress Tamera Mowry, who is black, wept in an interview with Oprah Winfrey over the vile bigotry she has encountered because of her marriage to Fox News reporter Adam Housley, who is white. Misogynist haters called Mowry a sellout and a “white man’s whore.” International […] Continue reading →