Kevin Glass

Posted October 22, 2014

Florida gubernatorial candidate Charlie Crist, who left the Republican party after his governorship because he was primaried and defeated by Marco Rubio, has never wanted to admit what his real reason was for leaving the GOP/

Posted October 21, 2014

Pew put together this handy infographic, which reveals that the Wall Street Journal is the most-trusted news source and, by ratio of trust-to-distrust, Buzzfeed is the least-trusted.

Posted October 20, 2014

A new poll out today from Monmouth University of likely voters in Kansas finds a dead heat between incumbent GOP Sen. Pat Roberts and independent-aligned Greg Orman at 46%-46%. The telephone poll surveyed 429 likely voters in Kansas and has a margin of error of 4.7%.

Posted October 19, 2014

In this week's Kansas Senate debate between Greg Orman and incumbent Sen. Pat Roberts, the moderator asked the two about ultrasound laws. Independent candidate Greg Orman (there is no Democrat running in the race) discussed abortion by saying he doesn't want to discuss it.

Posted October 17, 2014

This week the AFL-CIO threw its considerable weight behind Greg Orman.

Posted October 15, 2014

In violation of debate rules agreed to by both political campaigns, the ideologically-fluid Charlie Crist had his podium modified with a foreign object in order to keep him more comfortable at the beginning of the Florida gubernatorial debate, causing a delay until both sides could come to a resolution.

Posted October 11, 2014

Kansas' 2014 race for Senate may be one studied by political scientists for decades to come.

Posted October 10, 2014

The Florida governor's race has tightened in recent weeks, as Democrat Charlie Crist has gained in the polls. And now he's got a secret weapon.

Posted October 10, 2014

Greg Orman's aggressively non-committal "independent" Senate campaign in Kansas has done him well so far. Will it last?

Posted October 04, 2014

Sen. Rand Paul, the first-term junior U.S. senator from Kentucky, has made his name in Washington by opposing the GOP establishment. But this election cycle, he's doing a lot of good for the party apparatus.

Posted October 03, 2014

A few bits of news in Kansas have turned the race gloomy for incumbent GOP Sen. Pat Roberts. He's locked in a tight battle with "independent" politician Greg Orman. Orman, who had been a registered Democrat until 2014, previously had to contend with a Democrat on the ballot, but a Kansas court today ruled that the Democrat could legally remove himself from the race.

Posted September 29, 2014

In what's been a surprisingly tight and back-and-forth race in Wisconsin between incumbent GOP governor Scott Walker and Mary Burke, a few top party advocates have hit the trail for their respective candidates.

Posted September 28, 2014

A ballot issue in Florida this November will be "Amendment 2", a measure that would legalize medical marijuana in the state. Crist and his liberal ally, attorney John Morgan, are proponents of the ballot measure, while current GOP governor Rick Scott is against it.

Posted September 26, 2014

The race between Gov. Scott Walker and Republican-turned-Independent-turned-Democrat Charlie Crist in Florida is a dead heat and the rhetoric has turned rather sharp between the two. With a reported $50 million already spent on TV ads, they're not letting up any time soon.

Posted September 24, 2014

"Banned Books Week," as it's put on by the ALA, should be a commemoration of how we've struggled with government prohibition on literature and how tenuous our connection with freedom can be in this area.

Posted September 21, 2014

The national Democratic Party was celebrating this week after a ruling from the Kansas Supreme Court will allow the Democratic Party to remove its candidate from the race to represent Kansas in the U.S. Senate.

Posted September 19, 2014

A new congressional delegation will bring a new vote for leadership. With Democrats needing a miracle to gain a few seats, much less actually take the House, Republicans are close to a sure bet to be in control come November.

Posted September 19, 2014

A Politico report came out a few days ago about the Democrats and the White House turning against DNC head Debbie Wasserman Schultz. It's obvious timing because Wasserman Schultz has become a public liability for the Democrats - but not for the reasons they claim.

Posted September 16, 2014

Esteemed New York Times opinion writer and Nobel Prize Winner Paul Krugman doesn't think it's necessary to be nice to people.

Posted September 14, 2014

The negative outcomes for the students who struggle in college is outsized to some of the benefits.



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