In a column for the Washington Times, failed Republican U.S. Senate candidate Christine O’Donnell draws an unflattering comparison between President Barack Obama‘s plan to attack ISIS and New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie‘s fitness progress.
On Friday's CBS This Morning, co-host Norah O'Donnell touted Hillary Clinton attending the Women in the World summit alongside International Monetary Fund chief Christine Lagarde: "One of the highlights, their reaction when moderator...Show More Summary
We can learn a surprising amount from Christine O’Donnell’s 2010 election campaign, because the establishment, liberals, and the news media got sloppy.
In what appears to be an effort to staff their paper with outspoken conservative voices that appeal to a Tea Party audience, The Washington Times announced today that former Delaware Senate candidate Christine O’Donnell is being brought...Show More Summary
Sources at The Washington Times tell Fishbowl DC that this week will be a big one for one lucky young journalist at CPAC. If they have the interviewing chops to impress TWT writers and editors, that is. TWT will be holding an “American...Show More Summary
Yesterday’s election showed that even Texans’ appetite for strong candidates does not extend to oddballs who threaten to sue people for truthful statements and seem generally untrustworthy. Like Christine O’Donnell, whom I opposed not for being a witch but because she seemed dishonest, Steve Stockman does not seem like the kind of person who would [...]
Christine O'Donnell, writing in Rupert Murdoch's New York Post, lifts the veil on what she claims was a plot involving the IRS, Democrats, and the Obama administration conspiracy to prevent her from winning the 2010 GOP nomination for U.S. Show More Summary
New York Post op-ed: I Was a Victim of the IRS, by Christine O'Donnell: On March 9, 2010, around 10 a.m., I announced my plans to run for senate representing Delaware. Later that same day, my office received a call from a reporter asking about my taxes. It’s since come...
Christine O'Donnell has alleged in a New York Post commentary that she was victimized by the IRS when she ran for the U.S. Senate four years ago. O'Donnell writes, "On March 9, 2010, around 10 a.m., I announced my plans to run for Senate representing Delaware. Show More Summary
We could like Ann Coulter a little more if she’d just stop waffling. We don’t agree with everything she has to say, especially concerning primarying liberal Republicans. We absolutely agree that Christine O’Donnell and Todd Akin were complete and total idiots. A case can be made for O’Donnell – not here – and no case […]
A basic complaint against the tea party and D.C.-based right-wing groups is that they pick flaky GOP candidates who, even if they get the nomination, wipe out in the general election. This was the story of Christine O’Donnell in Delaware, Sharron Angle in Nevada, Ken Buck in Colorado, Todd Akin in Missouri and Richard Mourdock […]
Former Bush staffer Michael Gerson lays out reality his party in The Washington Post. Tea party candidates — recall Sharron Angle, Christine O’Donnell, Richard Mourdock and Todd Akin — often lose winnable races. Tea party primary challenges, and the fear of them, encourage a harsher ideological tone among sitting Republican legislators, undermining their general-election appeal [...]
Former Republican Delaware Senate candidate Christine O'Donnell has asked her political supporters to donate to a legal defense fund to help her fight a Federal Read more...
Failed Republican Senate candidate Christine O'Donnell reached out to supporters on Saturday with an impassioned plea as she decides whether to accept a settlement in a Federal Election Commission investigation into her use of campaign funds. "I'm going to be straight forward and candid in this email - probably more candid and vulnerable than my […]
Check out the latest episode of Beltway Buzz. NR's Patrick Brennan sits in for Andrew Stiles. We talk about Cruz, McConnell, and Christine O'Donnell.
Former Delaware senatorial candidate Christine O’Donnell (R) is sending mixed messages on whether or not she’ll run in 2014. Yesterday, O’Donnell told the Hill that she is “not saying no” to another U.S. Senate run, but that any decision...Show More Summary
I have had it. Delaware state officials have told Congress that they likely destroyed the computer records that would show when and how often they accessed Christine O'Donnell?s personal tax records and acknowledged that a newspaper article was used as...
This morning I was on Fox's America's Newsroom talking about the IRS scandal. As part of the discussion, we touched on the news that records related to the unauthorized snooping into Christine O'Donnell's tax records have been erased,...Show More Summary
Chronically unemployed novelty candidate and not best-selling author Christine O’Donnell, who treats the Delaware Republican Party like they ate the last piece of cheesecake in the refrigerator, is pulling a variation of the Palin Double...Show More Summary