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Eying 2016, Rand Paul courts young voters

 Kentucky Sen. Rand Paul is working to improve the Republican Party’s image among young voters as he visits South Carolina, a key state in the presidential primary calendar. The tea party favorite, who hopes to strengthen his national network ahead of a likely White House bid, was set to appear at the University of South […] Read More →

Good news for Republicans in weekend polls

Noah Rothman,  On the polling front this weekend, Republicans have a few reasons to celebrate. Last week, the building blocks of the narrowest Republican Senate majority were clearly coming together. This week, polls indicate that Republicans have a number of avenues to pursue in their quest to win back the majority. In Louisiana, Rep. Bill […] Read More →

Ann Coulter: GOP bordering on victory

 Everyone is on tenterhooks wondering what the Republicans’ national strategy for the November elections will be. Shouldn’t they be thinking of that soon? The GOP desperately needs a “wave” election to rack up Senate seats this year, because the next two election cycles are not favorable for Republicans. Let’s see, what would make a good […] Read More →

No to independence, A Still United Kingdom

Paul Greenberg,  News Bulletin: “Scotland has voted No to independence, after millions of voters took to the polls to decide the future of the United Kingdom.” My immediate reaction and considered editorial opinion:  Whew. Some stories still have a happy ending, and this one turned out to be a thriller-chiller. It’s as if South Carolina […] Read More →

Which Is the Weaker Party? Your Call

Michael Barone  Which of our two great political parties is the stronger? Maybe it makes more sense to ask which of the two is weaker. The case that the Republicans are weaker is easy to state. Democrats have won four of the last six presidential elections, from 1992 to 2012, and won a plurality of […] Read More →

Ann Coulter: Your ‘to do’ list to save America

 The most important words printed in the New York Times since “REAGAN EASILY BEATS CARTER” were from a front-page article last Sunday about how, after six years of Obama, the federal judiciary is now dominated by Democratic appointees. Edward Whelan, head of the Ethics and Public Policy Center, responded to this by saying: “The best […] Read More →