GOP Dominating Dems in Online Media Usage


The party of “pale & stale” no more! Okay. Maybe it’s still pale.
According to a report released yesterday by House Minority Leader John Boehner, the GOP is “dominating” Democrats in online media use. If you detect a caveat is on the way, then bully for you: The truth is, Democratic websites outnumber Republicans by 3:2. [...]

“Demonizing” Government Leads to Violence?


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Get a grip, Mr. Clinton.

Thompson and Pataki Won’t Run but GOP Can Still Take Senate


In disappointing news for Republicans, Tommy Thompson and George Pataki have decided against running for Senate in Wisconsin and New York respectively. The latter appears to have turned down the challenge so he can lay the groundwork for a 2012 presidential bid—which shows that Pataki is so out-of-touch with reality that he did his party [...]

Are Senate Republicans Fearful of the Left?


Even today with anger at the Obama administration and Big Government sweeping the nation, there remain left-leaning, accomodationist, and politically tone-deaf Republican office holders who are quite happy to allow ObamaCare to destroy the foundations of the American republic.
W. James Antle III has an excellent piece in today’s American Spectator on the topic.
Well, that didn’t [...]

Palin’s Support of McCain Makes No Sense


Palin paid off whatever debt she might have owed John McCain during the 2008 presidential campaign. Why, then, is she supporting McCain’s reelection to the senate vice conservative challenger J.D. Hayworth?

Health Care: The Next Move Is Yours, Republicans – Don’t Blow It


Thanks to lies, damned lies, and statistics, Barack Obama’s health care “reform” plan has passed the House, and is all but certain to become law this week (and as if that isn’t bad enough, the public option is still waiting in the wings, too).  Reactions are about what you’d expect—leg tingles among leftists, anger among [...]

Mitch Daniels on the State of the Nation


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The GOP’s newest rising star is a little-known, motorcycle-riding governor from Indiana.

The Next Scott Brown?


Can California elect a Republican to the Senate? In a more conventional time, that might seem like a fanciful question. But with Scott Brown’s improbable victory in true-blue Massachusetts, it’s very much within the realm of possibility. Further underscoring that point, today’s New York Times reports on the surprisingly competitive race between three Republican challengers [...]

New York Politics – Campbell Brown’s Hubby, Eliot Spitzer’s Madame?


Unabashedly biased, left-wing CNN host Campbell Brown is married to a fervent Republican – a former foreign policy advisor for George W. Bush, no less. They’re not exactly Carville & Matalin, but who is?
Mr. Brown, better known as Dan Senor, is no casual Republican either, and is hoping to take his conservative values to Washington, where [...]

GOP Senate race grows heated over Israel – latimes.com


In a dispute that commingles foreign policy and a quest for political advantage, U.S.-Israel relations have taken an unexpectedly central role in the California race for Senate.Rivals in the race for the Republican nomination are questioning whether former Rep. Tom Campbell is sufficiently supportive of Israel. They base their criticisms on his voting record, statements […]