The 16 Days of Palin Day 7: Flexibility Pens & Putin

This is the 7th of my series of Sarah Palin clips from CPAC 2014 & commentary upon them: Day 1: The Crowd Day 2: The Entrance Day 3: Dr. Seuss Day 4: Why Sarah Feels Good Day 5: Playing Prevent Day 6: Sinking Ships Today things are getting a lot worse in Ukraine: BBC: Some … Continue reading The 16 Days of Palin Day 7: Flexibility Pens & Putin

It’s Been A Rough Week to Be Mary Landrieu

By:  Pat Austin It has not been a particularly good week to be Mary Landrieu.  Two statewide polls have found that the incumbent Senator is running behind challenger Rep. Bill Cassidy. Hickman Analytics has Cassidy up 46-42 while earlier this year Rasmussen conducted a poll and found Landrieu trailing Cassidy 44-40. Rabid Democrat and NOLA … Continue reading It’s Been A Rough Week to Be Mary Landrieu

Illinois US Senate primary heads to Florida

By John Ruberry Tuesday is primary election day in Illinois and most of the drama is on the Republican side. The winner of the GOP gubernatorial race stands a very good chance of defeating unpopular Democratic incumbent Pat Quinn. The US Senate race until recently hasn't been attracting much attention in the Land of Lincoln. … Continue reading Illinois US Senate primary heads to Florida

NLRC 2014 The Elephant in the Room and the Grok outside of it

Yesterday was the close of NLRC 2014 in Nashua New Hampshire an event that was filled with Republicans from the Northeast talking and feeling optimistic about election 2014. The event was well-managed both by the hotel & by the NHGOP. The party & staff under chair Jennifer Horn did an excellent job putting it together. … Continue reading NLRC 2014 The Elephant in the Room and the Grok outside of it