Democrats

GOP Businessman Wins Tough Georgia Senate Runoff

Cameron Joseph, The Hill

Businessman David Perdue (R) has won his hard-fought Senate primary, setting up a general-election battle against charity executive Michelle Nunn (D). Perdue led Rep. Jack Kingston (R-Ga.) by 50.7% to 49.3% with 93 of precincts reporting.

Dems Deploy Their Mississippi Strategy Against Hice

Erick Erickson, Red State

An outside group mailed Dems absentee ballot applications. The piece explains that there's no chance a Dem. will win in the district and the only way to stop conservatives from winning is to support moderate Mike Collins. Moderate & liberal Repubs.

GOP Plays Sick Games with Conservatives

Streiff, Red State

If you’ve wondered why the GOP establishment and especially it Chamber of Commerce money men can so cheerfully throw elections to the Democrat rather than support a conservative, this article provides the key.

MISSISSIPPI SENATE RACE BUTTON & BUMPER STICKER CONTEST

ConservativeHQ.com Mississippi Senate Race Button and Bumper Sticker Contest: EXPRESS YOUR OUTRAGE!

Odds Tilt Toward GOP Senate

Alexander Bolton and Justin Sink, The Hill

Republicans are in the strongest position to win back the Senate since losing it eight years ago.

Conservatives Angry After Cochran Wins With Dem Help

Alex Pappas, Daily Caller

“It’s disgraceful that self-described GOP leaders like Mitch McConnell, John McCain, the Chamber of Commerce and the NRSC would champion a campaign platform of pork barrel spending and insider deal-making, while recruiting Demts to show up at the polls,” Matt Kibbe of FreedomWorks said.

Will Left Join Right to Kill Ex-Im Bank?

You would think that killing the Ex-Im Bank and ending this blatant example of corporate welfare would be a no brainer for Democrats and liberals, like Massachusetts Senator Elizabeth Warren, but so far the Left is MIA in this important fight against cronyism and corporate welfare.

Estab. GOP & Dems Team up to Beat Conservative in MS

Tea Party News Network Staff

Though the moderate candidate (Cochran) beat out McDaniel, it’s clear that the Tea Party message remains strong having secured a bold showing against Cochran's “dirty tricks” and a reliance upon Dem. votes. Dems. & GOP-E appear willing to cooperate with one another in order to advance liberalism.

How R's Are Catching Up with D's on Data

David M Drucker, Washington Examiner

Republican campaigns and political groups will for the first time have access to a data clearinghouse that marries voters’ traditional contact information and history with their digital online profiles and Internet viewing habits.

Republican Leaders Are Boneless Wonders

In the House GOP leadership reorganization that will occur in the wake of Eric Cantor’s defeat conservatives don’t have to gain all the leadership positions to advance our agenda. What we need is at least one leader who will wake-up every morning thinking, “What are the four, five, six things I can do today to put the Democrats out of business?”

The Democratic Assault on the First Amendment

Sen. Ted Cruz, Wall Street Journal

Congress has too much power already; it should not have the power to silence citizens.

Restore the 4th Amendment: It’s the Primaries, Stupid!

John Engle, Heartland Institute Blog

The only way to challenge the system would be to mount primary challenges. The GOP is being convulsed by such a process now, but the Dems. remain largely unperturbed. Citizens who value their rights cannot permit the political actors who represent them to ossify policies directly antithetical to their express will. 

It's Time to Offend Some Liberals

Quin Hillyer, National Review Online

Many on the left say not only that the state should legally recognize just about any commitment somebody might decide to solemnize, but also that the state should penalize a private decision not to bake a cake or create a bouquet for a particular commitment ceremony. Now that should be grounds for civil disobedience.

Poll: GOP Leads in Midterms as OCare Dooms Dems

Melanie Batley, Newsmax

R's are in the lead in the most competitive House & Senate races, a reflection on Obama's low approval rating & frustration with Obamacare, a new poll has found. 41% said they would choose a Repub., 34% would choose a Dem, and about 25% were unsure.

A Left-Right Convergence?

Patrick Buchanan, Buchanan.org

Both parties now feed at the same K Street and Wall Street troughs. Both have oligarchs contributing tens of millions to parties and politicians who do their bidding. When this happens, We The People lose.

LBJ's Great Society: The Establishment's War On America

After fifty years, American skepticism of the Great Society and the big government it created have never been stronger, and the embrace of the Great Society’s big spending and big government by the Republican establishment has never been tighter.

Tues.’s Victories Show TEAParty Vitality

Todd Cefaratti, Tea Party News Network

The Tea Party is hosting events on Cap. Hill with lawmakers, we’re dominating conservative politics, we’re keeping Reid up at night and winning elections. Dems and the lib media would love to declare us dead, but we’re not leaving. Get used to the Tea Party.

If You Care About Benghazi You Have To Watch This Video

You have to watch this video of Ted Cruz on the Senate Floor if you really want to understand what's at stake and why the Democrats are blocking any meaningful effort to get the facts about what happened the day four Americans were killed in the Benghazi massacre.

We Love Rand Paul, But… UPDATED With Statement from Senator Paul's Office

UPDATED ARTICLE: We said Senator Rand Paul missed the boat when he made comments in opposition to voter ID laws because those laws are "offending people," now his office has sent us a clarification putting his remarks in the full context that The New York Times left out. 

Tom Cotton Rips Dem's During Benghazi Speech

Jason Howerton, The Blaze

Rep. Tom Cotton (R-Ark.) blasted Democrats for expressing “fake outrage” and claiming the investigation into the deaths of four Americans in Benghazi is purely political. He cited some of the “lessons” he learned while serving in the Army to make his point.