The Republican party in Minnesota has gone through a variety of crises recently, including a sex scandal and some financial misadventures, but I thought this was interesting:Yet it's the third punch that has many within the strong national defense party wondering if there is any chance for MNGOP to survive the upcoming election in November. In a stealthy, below-the-radar maneuver, most of MNGOP has been taken over by the Ron Paul movement.
I thought this recent Angus Reid poll on the Tea Party movement in America was a brief but interesting read, A third of adults in the United States appear satisfied with the proposal to establish a third political party, according t... Read Post
Republican Party candidates for major offices come in three basic varieties these days — right, far right, and out-of-sight right. What I find especially interesting about this mix is how nicely campaign financial arrangements of th... Read Post
Apparently its open season in Minnesota: In a dramatic display of the new Republican order, Minnesota’s state GOP banished 18 prominent party members — including two former governors and a retired U.S. senator — as punishment for su... Read Post