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  • Democrats headed towards Senate train wreck in midterm elections
    Democrats headed towards Senate train wreck in midterm elections
    According to Larry Sabato, director of the University of Virginia's Center for Politics, Republicans have a "strong and increasing chance to control the next Senate,” he said Thursday. That could end up being the understatement of...
  • Barack Obama no longer popular among democrats
    A Republican Congress more important than ever
    Even though Barack Obama will do his best to make progress difficult once we have a Republican Senate, don't under estimate the latter's ability. First on the agenda will be their war on many of the regulations that have placed a...
  • Harry Reid will likely lose his job next month
    Democrats now focused on minimizing losses rather than winning midterms
    With virtually every media outlet in America predicting the U.S. Senate will soon be Republican-controlled, Democrats up for reelection in the House of Representatives are getting nervous, too. Minimizing losses is the new strategy of the day for...
  • Center releases 2013-2014 congressional national security scorecard
    Center releases 2013-2014 congressional national security scorecard
    On Wednesday, the Center for Security Policy released its 2013-2014 Congressional National Security Scorecard to the media through email communications, for the 113th Congress. The scorecard scores all Representatives and Senators on key national...
  • The emperor has no clothes after the midterm elections
    The emperor has no clothes after the midterm elections
    President Obama faces a bleak final two years in the White House, one way or another. Should the Republicans regain the majority in the Senate, and predictably add another 15-20 seats in the House, Christmas will be very different from the last...
  • Democrat candidates don't want Obama's help
    Barack Obama helps Republicans keep their midterm lead
    Even as Democrat Senate candidates and other liberal politicians attempt to distance themselves from President Barack Obama, they won't turn down money he raises on the campaign trail. However, they probably wish he could disguise himself as...
  • ‘Diners, Drive-ins and Dives’ found ‘One Street Wonders’
    ‘Diners, Drive-ins and Dives’ found ‘One Street Wonders’
    On last night's Food Network episode of “Diners, Drive-ins and Dives,” Guy Fieri took the Camaro to Vine Street in Cincinnati, Ohio in this episode titled “One Street Wonders.”Guy did not have to drive very far, as all...
  • Campbell Cavasso
    Know your conservative candidates for 2014 senatorial races? Hawaii
    On November 4, 2014 the American people will be faced once again in deciding who they want to represent them in Washington for the next term as US Senators – there are thirty –six seats up for grabs and this race will be a close run...
  •  Scott Brown
    Democrats accuse Scott Brown of having sex at age 18
    Breitbart’s Big Government reported on Tuesday that the Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee is accusing Republican New Hampshire senate candidate Scott Brown of being sexually active since the age of 18. The attack stemmed from a...
  • Senate lawmakers sit on 390 bills
    Harry Reid and his Democrat Senate tie up 390 bills instead of doing their job
    Apparently, Barack Obama's excuse for his ongoing power grab is that “Congress refuses to act.” Anyone with a basic understanding of how the United States government works instantly recognized that statement for what it was–a...
  • Barack Obama has time for golf but not intelligence briefings
    Americans fed up with Barack Obama's lies and incompetence
    There is certainly cause for celebration these days if one is a Republican. Barack Obama's incompetence and dishonesty has continued to hurt his party to the point where vulnerable Senators in danger of losing their seats this November are now...
  •  U.S. President Barack Obama (C) meets with, (L-R) Senate Minority Leader Sen. Mitch McConnell (R-KY), Speaker of the House Rep. John Boehner (R-OH), Senate Majority Leader Sen. Harry Reid (D-NV) and House Minority Leader Rep. Nancy Pelosi (D-CA)
    Republicans prepare to battle Obama after taking control of the Senate
    With the Republicans increasingly likely to take control of the Senate in this year’s election, Congressional GOP leaders are already plotting strategy for passing legislation in 2015, suggests a Monday story in the Washington Examiner. A...
  • Vulnerable Senators nervous about Obama's broken healthcare promise
    More health insurance cancellations expected just before midterms.
    At a very inopportune moment for Democrat Senate incumbents, Americans can expect an additional round of health insurance policy cancellations. Senators in danger of losing their seats this November include Kay Hagan (D-NC) and Mark Begich (D-AK.)...
  • Harry Reid may soon be replaced
    Horry County's Rally at the River an event to remember
    Over the past seven or eight years, the energy level at Republican gatherings, regardless of the specific organization hosting them, was tepid at best. For almost a decade now, excitement and enthusiasm have essentially taken a sabbatical, as...
  • Mitch McConnell
    Did Mitch McConnell commit a felony?
    Where there is smoke there is a fire? Did someone put the fire out on the evidence that Mitch McConnell apparently committed a felony by using government resources to raise campaign contributions?Based on this story from Jason Easley, Mitch...