The Race for the Senate is Close – And it Probably Always Will Be

Writing about politics and polling in a typical election year can be lead to some conflicting emotions. On the one hand, if everything seems to be trending the right way then you begin to fear that your base will grow too cocky. Conservative voters may come to wonder why they should waste their time at…
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Scott Brown’s Chances Surge, Democrats Hopes Plummet In Latest Poll

Over the past several weeks this blog has taken the opportunity time, and time, and time to highlight the amazing crop of candidates the GOP is fielding this cycle. Typically, we’ve used the limited column space to highlight candidates that are locked in tight races or are proving to be competitive in surprising places. One…
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Harry Reid’s Iron-fisted Stranglehold on the “Democratic” Process

The Founders intended for the Senate to be a slow, deliberate body that would moderate legislation through debate. James Madison wrote that the Senate should be the great “anchor” of government that would act as a “necessary fence” against the “fickleness and passion” of the House of Representatives. George Washington said the Senate’s purpose was…
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Democrats Can’t Run from Obamacare’s Medicare Cuts…But They’re Trying

One of Democrats favorite election year tactics is to gin up some good old fashioned “Mediscare” – by wrongly trying to convince voters that Republicans are out to end Medicare. The tired argument grew so loud and obnoxious that PolitiFact even dubbed it their “Lie of the Year” for 2011. “Kathleen Hall Jamieson, an expert…
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