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MEET THE 114TH CONGRESS TAKING OFFICE ON JANUARY 2015

On November 4, 2014, you went to vote and proved the pollsters and the pundits wrong. YES, THE VAUNTED MACHINE OF BIG DATA FAILED. This was indeed another wave election. The message voters wanted to send to Washington: "we are mad as hell and we won't take it any more!" The National Journal has compiled the profile of the new members of the 114th Congress who will take office on January 2015. Read More

VETERANS DAY 2014: THANK YOU FOR YOUR SERVICE!

We know that our freedoms are not for free. Today, we salute the Armed Forces of America: those who serve today and those who have served our country in the past. We thank you for your service! Read More

Thomas Sowell: Obama's Weakness, Ineptitude Are By Design, Part Of The Plan

  • Monday, November 10, 2014
  • Source: Investors.com
  • by: Thomas Sowell

Just what happened last week on Election Day? And what is going to happen in the years ahead? The most important thing that happened last week was that the country dodged a bullet. Had the Democrats retained control of the Senate, President Obama could have spent his last two years in office loading the federal judiciary with judges who share his contempt for the Constitution of the United States. But what about the rest of Barack Obama's term? Pundits who depict Obama as a weak, lame-duck president may be greatly misjudging him, as they have so often in the past. Read More

LETTER FROM MARYLAND: MARTIN O 'MALLEY'S FIRST PRESIDENTIAL PRIMARY

  • Monday, November 3, 2014
  • Source: POLITICO
  • by: JUSTIN SNOW

Martin 0 'Malley's name wasn't on Tuesday's ballot, but his future was. And it now looks grim! Martin O’Malley, like any other politician, wants to be liked. And he’s trying really hard. This election cycle few have worked harder on behalf of the Democratic Party in states across the country than the Maryland governor. But many in the party have greeted O’Malley with little more than a shrug. As the 2016 presidential race launches the moment the Tuesday polls close, he’s attracting little interest nationally and—if it even seems possible—even less interest from his own constituents. Read More

CONSERVATIVES ARE URGED TO VOTE IN VIRGINIA AND ALSO ASK TOUGH QUESTIONS

Republican candidate Ed Gillespie trails Sen. Mark Warner by more than 20 points in the Virginia Senate race. A recent poll suggested most voters have made up their minds, with just 11 percent undecided and Libertarian candidate Robert Sarvis is drawing 5 percent. How can Ed Gillespie who has been a top GOP fundraiser and strategist and a former Chairman of the Republican National Committee be so far out of the race? Does he have the support of moderate Republicans and Independent voters? How is he doing with conservatives? Read More

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