Kentucky, Louisiana, Mississippi and West Virginia are electing governors in 2011, but the contests look to be competitive in only two states. In Louisiana and Mississippi, no strong Democratic candidate has emerged and there is no sign that the … Continued
Monthly Archives: August 2011
Joel Osteen and Dr. Ed Young hail from the Lone Star State, so there is nothing inappropriate about this within Texas. Outside of Texas, though, this may seem a bit odd. Unless, of course, you are running for the GOP … Continued
Re-Posted From The Daily Caller LikeÂ Sen. Jim DeMint (R-SC)Â and other fiscal conservatives, we detest the debt deal. It is a stopgap measure, not a long-term solution. By itself, it does not make a dent in our debt problem, it hardly … Continued
Of course Biden used poor judgment (particularly in the wake of the Giffords shooting), but the vice president will be given a pass because the liberal media detests the tea party. Equating tea partiers with terrorists is ridiculous given that … Continued
Up by 24 points in the latest SurveyUSA poll, one would think that Kentucky Democratic governor Steve Beshear would be coasting to victory in this fall’s election. The latest allegations against Beshear could breath new life into Republican challenger David … Continued
Texas Gov. Rick Perry, who is not officially in the 2012 race, seems to be gaining ground among the Tea Party crowd. This is not a good sign for Rep. Bachmann, who is currently running third in the Republican presidential … Continued
Ford O’Connell and Democratic strategist Alexis McGill Johnson discuss the political fallout from the debt ceiling debate at Fox News (7/31/11).