After the Republican Party made historic gains in the U.S. House of Representatives last year, Congress’ lower chamber is once again in play in 2012. The Democrats’ road back to the majority is a steeper climb than many analysts apparently … Continued
Monthly Archives: June 2011
President Obama knows that he is in a dog fight to extend his stay in the White House in 2012. It is clear that his reelection campaign has been searching unsuccessfully for an economic message, as the NationalJournal’s Josh Kraushaar … Continued
We think it is a good thing that female conservatives are stepping forward and looking to unseat President Obama. Regardless of whether or not you support Rep. Michele Bachmann or former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin, one thing is clear: the … Continued
Ford O’Connell and Democratic pollster Doug Schoen discuss Michele Bachman’s campaign for the Republican presidential nomination and her likelihood of success in the Iowa caucuses at Fox News’ America’s Newsroom.
For decades, the Republican Party’s outreach to the Jewish community has been just short of abysmal. Thanks to President Obama’s “rookie mistakes and bumbling,” the eventual GOP presidential nominee and the party have a real chance to make inroads with … Continued
A vital key to a successful democracy is an engaged citizenry. Unfortunately California voters appear to be preoccupied by items other than politics. This might help to explain why the Golden State is mired in significant debt. A growing proportion … Continued
Today, Rep. Michele Bachmann officially announced her 2012 bid for the White House. Rep. Bachmann’s mix of charisma, faith and tea party-infused politics should allow her to ultimately make a strong showing in the Iowa caucuses. Beyond Iowa though, Bachmann … Continued
For many Republicans, the idea that Nancy Pelosi could again become Speaker of the U.S. House of Representatives is a nightmare. Anyone who thought that the 2010 election results put a stop to the Pelosi liberal agenda and federal government … Continued
The numbers don’t lie. Powerful message from the folks at Crossroads GPS.
Sen. Hatch is extremely vulnerable, thanks to a record of less than fiscally conservative votes. According to a recent Desert News poll, voters back in Utah think it maybe time for him to walk away. But Hatch will not go down … Continued