The Anti-Incumbency Myth


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Voters hate liberalism, not the establishment.

From the Writings of David Horowitz: April 10, 2010


Glazov: How much personal abuse have you suffered for your efforts? Why does the Left always attack the opponent as a human being, rather than simply just debate the opponent without dehumanizing and demonizing him?
David Horowitz: Because the Left is based on a fantasy of redemption — which requires that [...]

Eric Alterman: A Symbol of the Left’s Arrogance


After our very own Editor-in-Chief David Horowitz wrote a post blasting progressive columnist and Professor of literature Eric Alterman, I sent the latter an email, inviting him to respond to Horowitz’s post right here, at NewsReal Blog. Why? Well, because we, unlike most progressives, mean it when we say we encourage debate.
Alterman emailed me back [...]

Losing it Over Massachusetts : Meltdown with Keith Olbermann Part 26


OLBERMANN:  The coarseness of her opponent, Mr. Brown, and the coarseness of the race that he has run—has that just not been sufficiently covered by the media locally or nationally, or has it not been exploited by the Democrats?  How did that part of this equation get lost?
Being lectured to by Keith Olbermann about good [...]

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Democrats Brace for Possibility of Tailspin Over Health Care Bill – FOXNews.com


Democrats are still sounding resolute, but are bracing for the worst if a special election in Massachusetts puts a Republican in the Senate and the health insurance bill in peril. Congressional Democrats are meeting with House Speaker Nancy Pelosi on Tuesday, but the acrimony is starting to reveal itself as Democrats speak more and more […]

Massachusetts Dems fear defeat in Senate race – The Boston Globe


Mike Urbonas was waving blue-and-red campaign signs for Democrat Martha Coakley yesterday in downtown Melrose, hoping to give the campaign a jolt and help derail her surging Republican opponent, Scott Brown. via Running scared, running hard – The Boston Globe.

Massachusetts election has Democrats on edge – Chris Frates – POLITICO.com


It’s hard for some Democrats to believe that the candidate running to replace Ted Kennedy is being attacked over health care reform — in one of the bluest states in the union, no less.But Republican Scott Brown has got Democrats nervous — not just for his opponent Martha Coakley but about the fact that a […]

The Politics of Hope and Fear Revisited


My good friend Brian recently put together a very good video exposing Al Gore’s utter hypocrisy. It pretty clearly shows that Gore’s a fake and a political opportunist of the worst kind.
The video particularly focuses on his position on outsourcing, and starts out by looking at his position in the 1993 NAFTA debate and the [...]

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Senate healthcare bill set to pass by Christmas — latimes.com


fter a dramatic month of sometimes round-the-clock negotiating and deal-making, Senate Democrats came together Saturday behind sweeping healthcare legislation, providing a powerful boost for President Obama’s top domestic policy goal. The breakthrough came after Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid (D-Nev.) and his lieutenants engineered a delicately crafted compromise to prevent federal funding of abortions, the […]