In a final round of primaries before the November mid-terms, several non-establishment conservative candidates won again. This narrative has been going on for months now across the country, but last night in one GOP primary, the anti-establishment fervor may have cost the Republicans a winnable seat in Delaware and a majority in the Senate. (more…)
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Posted in Elections, Politics, Republicans, tagged 2010 Midterm Elections, Charles Krauthammer, Christine O'Donnell, Christine O'Donnell Delaware, conservative, Delaware, Delaware GOP Primary, Elections, FiveThirtyEight, Joe Scarborough, Karl Rove, Mark Levin, Michael Medved, Michele Malkin, Mike Castle, republican, Republican Party, Rush Limbaugh, Sarah Palin, Sean Hannity on September 15, 2010| 5 Comments »
Posted in Democrats, Obama, stimulus, tagged Democrats, economy, Joe Biden, Obama, phantom districts, Republicans, Rush Limbaugh, stimulus, Watchdog.org, White House on November 18, 2009| 7 Comments »
A few weeks ago the Obama administration came out with some claims about how many jobs the stimulus bill had created to date. I heard some news agencies, Rush Limbaugh, and others pick apart the numbers. I sort of ignored the story and thought that it was a little petty. Then yesterday, I caught wind of a few states that noticed there were jobs created in non-existing congressional districts.
So let’s start from the beginning and sort it out. On Feb. 17, Congress passed the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009, at the request of President Obama. The act was created to help curb the effect of an ensuing economic crisis. Like any government program it is big and complex. It has three goals: (more…)
Question: When is a blatently racist comment, not racist? Answer: When its being said by a liberal, of course!
Last Thursday, on The O’Reilly Factor, frequent guest Juan Williams – a moderate liberal who isn’t afraid to “call’em like he sees’em” and liberal radio host Warren Ballantine joined Bill for a discussion about the recent attacks on Rush Limbaugh. The discussion turned to the “Barack the Magic Negro” parody created by Limbaugh. Williams contended the polarizing radio host was taken out of context and pointed out the song was making fun of an article written by a black man with the same title. Once the debate was near completion, Ballantine took a thinly veiled racist shot at Juan Williams, saying, “You can go back to the porch, Juan. You can go back. It’s ok.” Video of the comment after the jump…
Posted in Republicans, tagged conservatism, conservatism is brain dead, Glenn Beck, Jon Henke, Republican Party, Republicans, ronald reagan, Rush Limbaugh, Steven F. Hayward, talk radio, The Next Right, Washington Post on October 8, 2009| 2 Comments »
One of the most debated articles in the conservative interwebs over the last week was an article written by Steven F. Hayward for the Washington Post this past Sunday. Mr. Hayward is a research scholar for the conservative think tank, American Enterprise Institute. His article questioned if the conservative movement has gone brain dead – citing different examples from the current breed of conservative “leaders” compared to their forefathers. Party elites, intellects, contributors, “regular folk” populists and grass roots have been debating the merits of this column. Personally, I find this essay interesting but not necessarily correct in its assessment of the current state of conservatism. (more…)
It’s that time of the month when pollsters begin releasing their latest surveys into the national psyche of current events and hot topics. For the most part, the latest numbers are not too surprising. Obama is still rating favorably (51%). Americans are still skeptical of health care reform (39% For; 41% Against). But there were a few interesting items reported. Foremost, 80% of Americans say they are satisfied with their health care. But that’s not even the most shocking part of that high statistic. (more…)