Monthly Archives: April 2011

Obama’s Play For The Middle Class

President Obama has thus far focused his re-election message squarely on the middle class of late, a strategy that should pay dividends according to new numbers in the Washington Post/ABC-News poll. A majority of those tested — 51 percent — said … Continued



Union Favoritsm For Democrats On The Decline In 2012?

There is no question that unions, and especially public employee unions, remain a major source of funding and campaign workers for Democratic candidates. We saw this in 2010, when three public employee unions (SEIU, AFSCME and the NEA) were the leading independent … Continued


Latinos Will Affect 2012 Election Outcome

The release of the 2010 census got political analysts clucking about how one out of six people in the United States is Latino. Twenty-three percent of U.S. children under age 18 are Hispanic. Given that nearly 6 million Latinos became … Continued




The GOP Needs Mike Huckabee In 2012

Re-Posted at The Daily Caller Whether we choose to pay attention or not, poll after poll continues to indicate that former Arkansas Governor Mike Huckabee is in fact the Republican 2012 presidential frontrunner, even with the current TMZ-like fetish for all … Continued



Sarah Palin’s New Website, A 2012 Presidential Run Next?

Sarah Palin rolled out a new website for her PAC on Monday with significantly more content and features, along with a vehicle for Palin to start gathering email addresses and information from her supporters. The new site, sarahpac.com, is a necessary … Continued