GANGSTER GOVERNMENT IN ILLINOIS: The skulduggery of ousting Illinois candidates. “The Sun-Times has reported that armed investigators who work for Palos Township GOP Committeeman Sean Morrison’s security firm visited the homes of people who had signed or circulated Libertarian petitions. Show More Summary
Man alive, Democrats got it good. Not only do leftwing outlets like the Washington Post protect Democrats, the Washington Post publishes video of comedian Jon Stewart attacking as racist potential GOP presidential candidate Rick Perry. Show More Summary
As per a blog post on her website, Nancy Jester, former GOP candidate for Georgia State School Superintendent, has announced that she is considering a run for the DeKalb County Commission District 1 seat. Jester placed fifth out of a crowded field of nine in the GOP Superintendent’s primary on May 20. The seat was previously held […]
On Thursday, Sen. Jeff Sessions (R-AL) said a pro-amnesty candidate must not get the 2016 Republican presidential nomination, indicating that he may play an active role in ensuring that immigration remains a significant issue during the primary season and that the interests of American workers are heard. Show More Summary
by Dish Staff The Onion is watching it closely: Libertarian Nick Gillespie – shock – suggests a more libertarian candidate would do the GOP good: If the economy stays flat or especially rough for younger Americans, or if we’re plunged back into aimless wars without end, all that will make things tougher still for any […]
The RNC is raising money from grassroots supporters with an “Abolish the IRS” campaign. But the GOP will never do it, and candidates won’t get behind the idea.
I keep this smartypants meme handy on my computer desktop so I can quickly post it, when called for, in certain comment threads on Facebook. In my experience, the most common Internet misattributions have some link to religion, a field where a reverence for facts is often doubtful to begin with and grotesque fabrications are baked right into the faith's foundational "truths."
A new poll shows that two-time losing GOP candidate for President Mitt Romney leads in Iowa among candidates for the 2016 nomination. According to the new USA Today poll, 35 percent of likely GOP voters in Iowa would pick Mitt Romney as the next GOP nominee. Show More Summary
A GOP candidate for state office in Colorado way, way, way crossed the line this week when he likened a gay politician to the terrorist group ISIS.Gordon Klingenschmitt (below), a minister and nominee for a seat in the Colorado state...Show More Summary
There have been a remarkable number of Republican campaign ads featuring guns being fired at drones or legislation or some other thing. And now Alaska Senate candidate Dan Sullivan has joined the fray, with an ad involving a gun and a very target-able television set.
Ever since Democrats began linking GOP Senate candidates to the billionaire Koch brothers, Republicans — and plenty of neutral commentators — have sneered dismissively about the strategy. It could only be about pumping up Dem fundraising; or it was a desperate ploy to distract from Obamacare; or it was merely about driving up Republican candidates’ […]
In the quest for right-leaning Republican primary voters, the six candidates quickly staked out hard-line positions on immigration
Conservative radio host Lars Larson told Fox News on Tuesday that it was "perfectly fair" for Republican candidates to use images from a video of an American journalist being beheaded in campaign ads attacking President Barack Obama. A...Show More Summary
“Tom Udall’s feigned outrage over the inclusion of a now familiar image of this Jihadi terrorist, who is clearly the face of the evil that threatens our nation."
On Tuesday’s Laura Ingraham radio show, former Sen. Rick Santorum (R-PA), a 2012 candidate for the Republican presidential nomination, downplayed remarks from Rep. Paul Ryan (R-WI) on a potential run by former Gov. Mitt Romney (R-MA), the 2012 Republican nominee for the presidency. Show More Summary
The Huffington Post picked up on remarks made at Saturday’s GOP rally at Burt’s Pumpkin Farm by Senate candidate David Perdue and Labor Secretary Mark Butler with respect to Georgia’s unemployment rate and the number of jobs that have been added in the Peach State. “We’re working. I agree with whoever said…don’t worry about that […]