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Steele Misses His Bus Stop

Re-posted from Daily Caller RNC Chair Michael Steele is claiming credit for the Republican wave in 2010, but he was just along for the ride — literally. Spending the last months of the campaign season driving around the country in a … Continued

Earmarks: Congressional Addicts In Denial

Re-posted from Daily Caller On Thursday, Politico reported that Congressional Republicans are having second thoughts about their self-imposed earmark moratorium. At issue for Tea Party favorite Michelle Bachmann (R-MN) is the definition of what actually constitutes an earmark. According to Republican … Continued

California GOP: Shutout In 2010, Apocalypse In 2012?

Re-posted from Daily Caller California’s struggling economy, downward-spiraling fiscal position and ongoing legislative gridlock would have seemed to be fertile ground for the voter revolt that swept across the country in November. Yet, with the greatest enthusiasm gap in recent memory favoring … Continued

Bush 41 Has Lost His Marbles (Daily Caller)

Re-posted from Daily Caller By: Ford O’Connell Let me start off by saying that I am a fan of former President George H.W. Bush, and I truly respect his opinion on a host of political issues.  The elder Bush was … Continued

The GOP Left A Lot On The Table In 2010

While Republicans celebrate their historic gains in state legislatures, governors’ mansions and in the U.S. House of Representatives, we should also pause to ask why the GOP came up short in many races.  After all, leading up to Tuesday the GOP had one … Continued

The GOP’s Road To 51: Senate Predictions

This is the sixth and final in a series of articles looking at the races most likely to determine whether Republicans capture or Democrats hold the majority in the U.S. Senate after Election Day. As we wait for the election results on … Continued