The Florida governor’s debate on Friday night took talking points and platitudes to a new low.
Nada from the networks. Crickets folks … crickets.
As one of the few open U.S. House seats this cycle, Massachusetts’ 10th Congressional District has become an excellent opportunity for Republicans to pick up one of the 39 seats needed to gain control of the House.
There have been several breaking developments in the race for Alabama’s Second Congressional District in just the past few days, and incumbent Democrat Bobby Bright has found himself in a spot of trouble.
America was horrified by the story that erupted in the national news that Rutgers college freshman Tyler Clementi threw himself off a bridge because his new roommate used a webcam to tape a homosexual encounter in which he'd engaged.
Just in case anyone mistakenly believes Obama has heard (or gives a rip about) the loud voice of the American people rejecting his socialism, appeasement, unconstitutional abuses of power and unpresidential combativeness and divisiveness, let me share a few tidbits.
Three and a half weeks from now, Americans will decide whether to pull the emergency brake on a train that is headed to bankruptcy. Across the pond in Great Britain, the government attempts a very tardy, and accordingly much more painful, reversal.
"The lessons of history ... show conclusively that continued dependence upon relief induces a spiritual and moral disintegration fundamentally destructive to the national fiber. To dole out relief in this way is to administer a narcotic, a subtle destroyer of the human spirit."
When a fire department lets a house burn down because the owners didn't pay a fee, Keith Olbermann says it's the result of "tea party ideals."
Latest polling in Pennsylvania's Third Congressional District polling has Republican Mike Kelly up by 13 points in a race that political handicapper Stu Rothenberg has rated as "Lean Republican".
Part of the foundation of American Exceptionalism is at risk: our economic freedom.
We have less than four weeks to midterm elections, and for those who follow politics, they're like the lead up to the Super Bowl or the World Series.
The U.S. Supreme Court addressed the issue of whether the First Amendment protects a radical religious group protesting the funeral of a fallen U.S. Marine.
In what is becoming the go-to theme for vulnerable Democrats this cycle, Congressman Mark Schauer is trying to run from the liberal voting record he’s accumulated in Washington since January 2009.
One of President Obama's campaign promises was not to raise taxes on middle-class Americans. So here's my question: If there's a corporate tax increase either in the form of "cap and trade" or income tax, does it turn out to be a middle-class tax increase?
A recent television interview with President Obama’s beloved “Auntie” exposes the fraudulent nature of liberal claims to superior compassion for the poor and downtrodden.
Crazy old Alan Grayson is enjoying the spoils of a third party candidate who insists that she’s not a third party candidate.
Tragedy on a college campus came about not because of anti-LGBT sentiment but because two students have no conscience.
Some in Washington are actually considering the creation of a new special interest tax break.
What do conservatives want? They want to see ethical conservative leadership from politicians who listen to the people and have the courage of their convictions.
A message must be sent to the establishment sore losers in the GOP.
Ryan Frazier's goal is to focus on issues, work hard to introduce himself to voters, and to defeat incumbent Democrat Ed Perlmutter.
I realize it's unfair and, according to some, even racist to hold President Obama accountable for his failed economic policies and cynical campaign promises, but could we at least raise a question or two about his foreign policy boasts?
We look forward to the 2010 elections in the hope that we can decisively reject Barack Obama's plans to "fundamentally transform the United States." Here are some questions voters can ask all candidates to help decide whom to vote for.
Sean Bielat, the Republican candidate for Congress in Massachusetts' 4th District, has had just one conversation with his Democratic opponent, Rep. Barney Frank.
Just as when the Republican establishment wrote off Scott Brown's effort to capture "Ted Kennedy's" seat in the Senate, the Washington Republicans may be underestimating the number of seats the GOP can capture in the House of Representatives.
Keeping government limited is a practical approach to governing that opens the door to growth and prosperity.
Obama, the self-designated "post-racial" president, has once again used race as a standard for privilege and has shown preference for certain minority groups, such as Alaskans and Hawaiians, over others.
With the recent departures of OMB Director Peter Orszag, Economic Policy Advisor Lawrence Summers and White House Chief of Staff Rahm Emanuel, the next senior Obama administration official expected to quit is the National Security Advisor to the President, James Jones.
Last week’s New York Times piece about Democrats resorting to negative, personal attacks on their political opponents was an amazingly open admission of desperation.
It's hard to imagine how the American public's opinion of Congress could get much worse than it is already, but last week, Representative Zoe Lofgren tested this notion when she invited Comedy Central comedian and faux pundit Stephen Colbert to testify on Capitol Hill.
Did you see President Obama’s recent speech at the University Of Wisconsin? It made me want to ask him “how’s this ‘hope’ and ‘change’ thing workin’ out for you, Mr. President? And how, exactly do you define ‘progress’, anyway?”
There hasn't been an execution in California since January 2006. In February of that year, federal Judge Jeremy Fogel essentially ordered a de facto moratorium on California's three-drug lethal-injection protocol because there was "undue risk."
Voters in Indiana have lately had quite a few chances to see the true colors of Baron Hill – and the clearest lesson is that he doesn’t seem to like them.
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