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

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 »

Santorum's Next Steps

If I were a religious man, I would be offering prayers for Rick Santorum's daughter, Bella, who has a rare genetic disorder called Trisomy 18 which is often fatal but which also has sufferers, especially among women (according to the Trisomy 18 Foundati… more »

"War on Women" Lies Are Having an Impact

Democrats think they're on to something, and they're not giving up on their latest "divide and conquer" tactic, straight out of their century-long "Progressive" playbook (along with Saul Alinsky's manual for the left) that aims to gain and keep politica… more »

Obama's Officious Opinions

My grandmother -- and yours -- reminded us that if we don't have anything nice to say, don't say anything at all. My basketball coach -- and yours -- reminded us not to give the opposition extra motivation by predicting victory before a game, with the i… more »

Obama Leads Romney in New Swing State Poll

A new Gallup poll which includes specific data on "swing states" has Barack Obama with his largest lead of this election season over Mitt Romney among registered voters nationally and in those swing states. Obama's 4-point lead over Romney is the large… more »

Romney's Endorsement Train Chugs Along

Yesterday it was Florida Senator Marco Rubio and former President George H.W. Bush who endorsed Mitt Romney for president. The media's reaction was a yawn, claiming more out of hope than out of belief, that the endorsements were not "high impact." What… more »

Let It Be (Political)

And in my hour of darkness She is standing right in front of me Speaking words of wisdom, let it be Democratic political strategist and organizer Robert Creamer claims that overturning Obamacare would make the Supreme Court the “most activist [and]… more »

Santorum's Sagging Significance

Rick Santorum's supporters are probably dismayed, and understandably so, at the repetition of a particular pattern: When Mitt Romney wins a race during this Republican presidential primary season, even if narrowly, it is reported as a big deal, a signif… more »
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