Categories: "Elections & Electoral Politics" or "Democratic National Convention" or "Republican National Convention"

Thoughts on Wisconsin recall results

http://spectator.org/archives/2012/06/06/no-more-excuses more »

AARP opposing Voter ID

Another fight is brewing in Minnesota over that state's proposed Voter ID amendment to the state's constitution. The state chapter of the AARP (along with the ACLU) is opposing the measure, claiming it will keep some elderly people from voting. News re… more »

Americans not as stupid as Obama thinks

A CBS News/New York Times poll shows that two thirds of Americans believe that President Obama's recent "evolution" on gay marriage was a political stunt while one quarter thinks his change was “mostly because he thinks it is right.” Amusingly, an… more »

The First Gay Ex-President

Barack Obama got the best of the gay marriage debate – for the first 24 hours. But like the Democrats' "war on women" rhetoric, it is already backfiring on him, as anyone outside the president's far-left echo chamber might have warned him. The first… more »

Hunger Games Wisdom

Last weekend, Bill Clinton was the featured guest at two fundraisers which brought in a reported $2 million for President Obama's 2012 campaign. As the Daily Caller put it, "Clinton gives Obama $2 million worth of faint praise." Although the current… more »

Paul Ryan on polls, taxes, and America's future

This morning, in an interview on CNBC, House Budget Committee Chairman Paul Ryan (R-WI) was told by CNBC anchor that a recent poll shows Mitt Romney trailing Barack Obama among Catholics. Without hesitation, Ryan said "Leaders change polls. We don't fo… more »

American Crossroads: Operation Hot Mic

The people at American Crossroads have put out a fairly amusing ad which reminds us of the potential damage that a second Obama term could cause to American national security: http://youtu.be/-Czo5Vf8KZs more »

Line up and shake hands

Following Rick Santorum's graceful exit from the Republican presidential primary on Tuesday, pundits were speaking as much about what the former Pennsylvania senator did not say as what he did say. In particular, Santorum described wanting to help… more »

How's that fight with the Supreme Court working out for you, Barack?

On Monday, polling company Rasmussen released results of a survey of likely voters showing that in less than one month the percentage of Americans who rate the Supreme Court’s job performance as good or excellent has spiked up 13 points, from an all-tim… more »

I'm sure he'll still say that voter fraud is a myth

http://www.nationalreview.com/articles/295431/why-we-need-voter-id-laws-now-john-fund more »
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