Tag Archives: Elections

Hillary Clinton’s Southern accent returns with a vengeance (VIDEO)

Hey ya’ll! Hillary Clinton’s Southern accent is back! Wee-doggie! After weeks of traveling through northern states and both coasts, Hillary Clinton appeared at a Democratic event in South Carolina, and was free to unleash her inner Arkansas hillbilly accent once again. While speaking with Jaime Harrison, chairman of the South Carolina Democratic Party, Clinton’s pandering speech pattern was in full ... Read More »

Powerline: Donald Trump’s attacks on Scott Walker prove he’s no Republican

In a new column for PowerlineBlog, John Hinderaker takes Donald Trump to task for his recent attacks on Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker’s record, saying they prove the billionaire is neither Republican or conservative. It’s not unusual for presidential candidates from the same party to call each other out, but Hinderaker says Trump’s arguments come straight out of the Democratic Party’s ... Read More »

Watch our totally unauthorized Hillary Clinton campaign ad!

Thanks to a tweet by John Cardillo, I came across a photo of the Clintons from the early 1980’s. After thinking, “My God, how have I lived this long without seeing this,” I thought it would make a great campaign ad for Hillary’s 2016 bid. After all, she’s all about family or something, so why not highlight that? Now, we ... Read More »

Oil and the Vote

 How Gas Prices, the Value of the Dollar and Midterm Elections are Related     When you drive over to the polling place today, be sure to fill up your tank on the way home. Because if you didn’t notice, gas prices are pretty low. But after years of rising costs why is oil suddenly so cheap? Prices are down, ... Read More »

Rick Perry calls felony indictment a “farce”

A From staff and wire reports AUSTIN — Texas Gov. Rick Perry said Saturday that the indictment against him was an “outrageous” abuse of power and vowed to fight it. “This indictment amounts to nothing more than abuse of power and I cannot and will not allow that to […] Click here to view original web page at www.star-telegram.com Read More »

House Democrats can’t figure out why Obama won’t talk to them

House Democrats are frustrated with what they say is a lack of election-year communication from the White House. The lawmakers say it’s difficult to defend President Obama from GOP attacks, when he doesn’t confer with his allies about his strategy and intentions. ADVERTISEMENT Some are scratching their heads why, […] Click here to view original web page at thehill.com Read More »

“Tea Party Wave” Responsible for GOP Strength in the House

Share This: The Washington establishment GOP might want to re-think it’s ongoing war against it’s own so called ‘Tea Party’ base. It’s that very thing USA Today  credits for the GOP having such a strong hand in the House, it’s broadly assumed Democrats have no chance of taking control. […] Click here to view original web page at www.breitbart.com Read More »

President George W. Obama Meets the Midterms

I certainly didn’t know foreign policy would be front and center in the final months before the midterm elections when I wrote in late April that these issues “could have an indirect yet significant impact on the midterm elections.” But now, it looks increasingly as if foreign policy — […] Click here to view original web page at www3.blogs.rollcall.com Read More »

CNN: Abysmal New Obama Poll ‘Very Ominous Sign For Democrats’

CNN: Abysmal New Obama Poll ‘Very Ominous Sign For Democrats’

Politics Share A CNN panel explained that a new NBC/Wall Street Journal questionnaire showing President Obama’s persistently-low polling is “a very ominous sign for Democrats” running in midterm elections this November. CNN host John King laid out the numbers of the new poll — which includes an all-time low […] Click here to view original web page at dailycaller.com Read More »