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Senate Minority Leader's reelection crucial for Republicans

[caption id="attachment_2361" align="alignright" width="300"] (File Photo)[/caption] A conservative political analyst says if Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell loses his Senate seat, the GOP is unlikely to retake control of the Senate. Recently ...

Fact: Voter ID case shows that elections have consequences

A legal scholar and former commissioner on the Federal Election Commission is concerned that an appeals court packed with Obama-appointed activist judges could throw out North Carolina's tough new voting law. On September 25, the Fourth U.S. Circuit ...

Bauer: GOP needs to decide what it believes and soon

President Barack Obama's record should hurt his allies in November's mid-term elections but infighting among Republicans may hurt, too. Gary Bauer of the Campaign for Working Families suggests that Republicans go on offense to link President Obama wi ...

Irresponsible voting leads to regret

Voters are now telling pollsters that if they had another shot, they'd pick Mitt Romney, not Barack Obama. No less than the Washington Post is reporting that Democratic pols, keenly tuned to the zeitgeist, are showing little interest in being seen wi ...

Muddled Miss. runoff may have national repercussions

An advocate for limited government believes the tactics of the National Republican Senatorial Committee may end up losing a Mississippi seat to the Democrats. Republican State Senator Chris McDaniel continues to contest the results of the June 24 pri ...

Media consultant: GOP steered anti-Harry Reid money to anti-McDaniel ads

A conservative media consultant alleges the Republican National Senatorial Committee funneled money to finance negative attack ads against Republican Chris McDaniel, the Mississippi state senator who ran unsuccessfully for a U.S. Senate seat in June. ...

Political analyst: Tea party faithful won't forget Cochran-McDaniel race

A political analyst says the GOP primary race in Mississippi shows why grassroots, tea party supporters are becoming fed up with the Republican establishment. Since losing the June 24 runoff, tea party challenger Chris McDaniel has refused to concede ...

The politically disengaged get the government they deserve

A new Pew Research Center report that "sorts voters into cohesive groups based on their attitudes and values" finds a worrisome number of Americans are -- surprise, surprise -- disaffected from government and disengaged from the political process. Ba ...

Cochran spokesman to McDaniel: Get behind us or the Democrats win

The challenger in a hotly contested Republican U.S. Senate primary in Mississippi alleges his campaign is finding thousands of fraudulent votes for U.S. Sen. Thad Cochran. Tea Party-backed GOP challenger Chris McDaniel has refused to concede followin ...

Cochran campaign on vote-buying allegations: Better be finding a lawyer

The campaign of U.S. Sen. Thad Cochran is denying allegations from a Mississippi pastor who alleges the senator's re-election campaign paid cash to voters to vote for Cochran during the recent GOP primary runoff. "These allegations are 100-percent fa ...


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