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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 →

Senate kills constitutional amendment on elections

 Senate Republicans have killed a Democratic-written constitutional amendment aimed at big spending in election campaigns by corporations, wealthy individuals and candidates themselves. The defeat was not a surprise. The measure never had a chance to survive in Congress. Democrats view the issue as one that can appeal to people who resent the impact big contributors […] Read More →

Ann Coulter: Get Angry Now

 President Obama now says he will wait until after the November elections to implement an “executive amnesty” for 11 million illegal aliens, so as not to hurt Democrats’ chances this year. Instead of waiting to be enraged in December, voters, could you please be enraged now? Once the holiday season kicks off, you’ll be too […] Read More →

Brown wins GOP primary in bid for US Senate return

 Former Massachusetts U.S. Sen. Scott Brown won New Hampshire’s Republican U.S. Senate primary on Tuesday, moving forward in his attempt to get back to Washington from another state. Brown faced nine primary opponents, though only two mounted serious campaigns. The front-runner from the start, he spent months tailoring his message toward a November showdown with […] Read More →

Congress’ task: Act fast on spending, return home

 Congress returns to work Monday with a basic task — act fast to keep the government open and then race home to campaign. After a five-week summer break, lawmakers face a shortened September session with a tight must-do list: Pass a temporary spending bill to fund federal departments and agencies through mid-December and extend the […] Read More →

3rd party candidates could tip key Senate races

 A pizza deliveryman in North Carolina, a “libertarian cop” in Kentucky and an Alaska candidate — but not the one who was expected — hope to do what a Kansas businessman did this week: shake up Senate races as third-party candidates, an often-dismissed lot. Greg Orman isn’t a household name, but he’s getting attention now. […] Read More →

Sarah Palin on 10 Major Issues

 The myth about Sarah Palin is that she’s a 44-year-old mystery woman. The truth is, the information about where she stands on major issues is out there — you just have to look for it.    Recent revelations about Palin’s mentally-challenged son and her daughter’s pregnancy has sent the media into a frenzy regarding her […] Read More →

The U.S. Is Now a ‘Third World’ Country

Eric Zuesse | Washington’s Blog, 4.3% of Americans Survive on Less than $2/Day  Slightly more than one American household with children in every 25 is surviving on less than $2 per day of income from all sources. One quarter of that 4.3% (that’s 1% of all Americans with children) receive less than $1.25 per day. […] Read More →

I’m Unenrolled. I’m Conservative. Which Democrat Should I Vote For?

Jeff Jacoby  With an all-Democratic congressional delegation, an all-Democratic roster of statewide officeholders, and the most lopsidedly Democratic state legislature in America, Massachusetts deserves its reputation as the bluest of blue states. Yet most registered voters in Massachusetts don’t have a “D” after their names. Unenrolled voters — those not affiliated with any political party […] Read More →

Republicans Still Struggling With Women Voters

Matt Vespa,  Republicans know they have problems with women voters, especially single urban women. They vowed to turn it around after Mitt’s clobbering amongst this demographic in 2012. What’s changed? Not much; and women are virtually unreceptive to the Republican Party or its policies. Is this the end? Nope. As George Will has said about […] Read More →