Jillian Bandes

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Democratic Congressman Bob Etheridge’s campaign was running along just fine until he roughed up a reporter on the streets of Washington, D.C. Now, his re-election looks dimmer as Republican Renee Ellmers capitalizes on the backlash.

Posted July 01, 2010

Here are the top ten quotes from Solicitor General Elana Kagan as she goes into her fourth day of Senate hearings.

Posted June 30, 2010

Anyone watching the SCOTUS hearing is familiar with Elena Kagan denying recruiters on Havard’s campus because the military’s policy towards homosexuality was in conflict with Harvard’s (and Kagan's) "non-discrimination" policy.

Posted June 25, 2010

Oil from the Deepwater Horizon spill just hit the shores of Florida beaches, and a new, flashy poll has revealed that more and more Floridians oppose drilling off their shores. But Marco Rubio continues to buck political tides and support offshore drilling in his home state.

Posted June 24, 2010

A massive increase in the national debt would be an inevitable part of this year’s budget proposal. To solve this problem, Democrats have decided to simply avoid proposing any budget at all.

Posted June 21, 2010

Rep. Gabrielle Giffords (D-Ariz.) is an outspoken opponent of SB1070, the Arizona immigration law. That’s an inconvenient thing to have on the books.

Posted June 18, 2010

In Alabama’s second district, local tea party activists held a “no-show townhall” with a mannequin of their Democratic Representative, Bobby Bright, because Bright refused to hold a town hall meeting himself. Then, the activists took a microphone and spoke to the mannequin.

Posted June 17, 2010

Ernest Franz is the kind of guy you want to talk to if you’re interested in what’s happening with the Gulf oil spill. He’s the President of Environmental Sampling, Inc., a 20-person firm that has been treating oil spills and conducting hazardous waste cleanup in the Louisiana area for almost 25 years. Townhall's Jillian Bandes gets the dish.