Monthly Archives: October 2010
The final Gallup poll shows that likely voters prefer Republicans to Democrats by a 55% to 40% margin on the congressional ballot. This historical model also predicts that the Republicans could gain anywhere from 60 seats on up. Gains well … Continue reading
Reason TV has an excellent and humorous video expose on the Stewart-Colbert rally to restore sanity. Sanity not included.
We often hear the argument that former President Bill Clinton actually ran surpluses and paid down the debt. Clinton repeated this message to David Gregory on NBC’s “Meet the Press” recently. DAVID GREGORY, HOST: I’m looking forward to discussing the Clinton … Continue reading
Oops! CBS Alaska affiliate KTVA called Joe Miller’s Senate campaign spokesperson Randy Desoto but neglected to hang up the phone correctly. The voice mail message that was inadvertently left his phone is very telling. According to P.J Salvatore at Big … Continue reading
Jim Geraghty over at National Review reports on some interesting early voting numbers. A comparison of early voting numbers from 2008 and early voting numbers in 2010 has shown “in every state where there is partisan split data for both … Continue reading
via Red State: A California union stagehand was abruptly terminated Friday for wearing a “George H. W. Bush” sweat shirt and hat while constructing a stage to be used for a get out the vote rally featuring President Barack Obama. … Continue reading
The Heritage Foundation has an excellent write up illustrating how Government intervention in health care increases costs. The note that “the Council for Affordable Health Insurance (CAHI) released its annual report on health insurance mandates in the states. They report … Continue reading