How The GOP Can Defeat Obama in 2012

In 1992 incumbent president George H. W. Bush, despite enjoying relatively strong approval ratings as high as 89 percent right after the Gulf war, was deprived of a second term in large part thanks to one man, but it wasn’t Bill Clinton or H. Ross... (more...)

Posted on Apr 25 2011 | 323 comments | Written by Josh Painter

Cornhucksters: Ethanol Salesmen Who Would Be President

In a National Review Online op-ed earlier this month, Katrina Trinko observed that four of the potential candidates for the 2012 GOP presidential nomination are stuck on ethanol: What kind of Republican supports high tariffs on imports, dubious green... (more...)

Posted on Jan 31 2011 | 296 comments | Written by Michael

Ready or not, here comes E15

When Ronald Reagan said, “Government is not a solution to our problem, government is the problem,” he wasn’t just kidding. Reagan’s humorous quips worked so well because there was a lot of truth in them. Case in point: The Obama... (more...)

Posted on Oct 14 2010 | 830 comments | Written by Josh Painter

It’s not your father’s NASA anymore

In the 1980s, the geniuses at General Motors wanted to change consumer perceptions of their Oldsmobile brand. Fearing that Olds was being hurt by its image as an old and stuffy car, the marketing department launched an ad campaign boasting that the late-80s... (more...)

Posted on Jul 8 2010 | 185 comments | Written by Josh Painter

Meet Jan Brewer, a bright new face in the GOP crowd

Two weeks ago, Jan Brewer’s approval rating was underwater at just 40%, but then the Arizona legislature sent Senate Bill 1070 to her desk. The Republican governor, who has been in office for only 15 months, signed it. Now she’s enjoying an... (more...)

Posted on Apr 28 2010 | 145 comments | Written by Josh Painter

Some Answers For Progressive Conservatives

David Brooks is The New York Times’ idea of what a conservative should be, because, as the columnist explains, he is what he says is a progressive conservative. To across-the-board Reagan conservatives, the term progressive conservative is an oxymoron,... (more...)

Posted on Apr 24 2010 | 91 comments | Written by Josh Painter

State of the Union? Awful. LIVEBLOG

Barack Obama’s first state of the union address will happen very shortly. Something that we will be covering all the way through, so make sure you mash that refresh button! 2009 was well… in a gentle way, let’s say it was not great.... (more...)

Posted on Jan 27 2010 | 104 comments | Written by Alexander Nobles

Global Warming in Maine?

Global Warming… Amazing how the “media” just cherry picks temperatures to encourage others to believe their believes. Sometimes I feel the media is as bad as a religious cult, spewing lies left and right to further their goals. Of course... (more...)

Posted on Jan 27 2010 | 82 comments | Written by Alexander Nobles

Fox News Will be the Most Watched Network Tonight

Yep… Fox News, the most trusted name in news. No really, read this. The network that pushes the most opposition to the current president always gets a ratings bump. MSNBC actually did respectable ratings when George W. Bush was hated by most of... (more...)

Posted on Jan 27 2010 | 74 comments | Written by Alexander Nobles

Is Sarah Palin still needed by the Republican Party?

It was made public earlier today that former Alaskan Governor and now Fox News analyst Sarah Palin will be campaigning for several prominent Republicans around the country in the coming months. She will be giving stump speeches in preparation for the... (more...)

Posted on Jan 21 2010 | 230 comments | Written by Shaun Booth

Scott Brown vs Martha Coakley Polls Close Soon; Results Already in?

The Mass senate race will soon come to a close. Martha Coakley and Scott Brown’s work is not over yet, as it will be a battle to the finish. Voter turnout, even in the weather, has been much greater than anyone could have predicted. While most predict... (more...)

Posted on Jan 19 2010 | 191 comments | Written by Alexander Nobles

Scott Brown vs Martha Coakley Fight Night

We will be continuing our coverage of Scott Brown vs Martha Coakley late into the night. Today is the day of the special Massachusetts senate election. Polls have been sporadic at best, but they do show Scott Brown has the better chance of winning.... (more...)

Posted on Jan 19 2010 | 176 comments | Written by Alexander Nobles

Another real reason for the Afghanistan/Pakistan war

In what may be an early move toward a Turkmenistan-Afghanistan-Pakistan-India natural gas pipeline, officials in Washington are putting pressure on the Pakistan central government to allow agricultural goods to pass through Pakistan on their journey from... (more...)

Posted on Jan 14 2010 | 220 comments | Written by Shaun Booth

Rand Paul Senate campaign: Nationwide dollars working on a statewide scale

As rumors are circulating as to which politician may be able to lead the Tea Party movement into Washington D.C. many are talking but very few are working as hard as Kentucky US Senate candidate Rand Paul. It has been an incredible two weeks for the Paul... (more...)

Posted on Jan 13 2010 | 198 comments | Written by Shaun Booth

Obama knows the US can never leave Iraq

Thinking back to the ominous firing of Barack Obama’s lead security advisor, Samantha Power, during his primary fight with Hillary Clinton the country was at that moment given a taste of what was to come. Samantha Power gave a television interview in... (more...)

Posted on Jan 10 2010 | 64 comments | Written by Shaun Booth
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