Democrats

Dem Ad Brands Tea Party As 'Radical Terrorists'

Gilbert Garcia, MySanAntonio.com

Manuel Medina, Bexar Cty. Dem. chair defended the ad, saying, “The tea party isn't a political party. They're a terrorist org.” The ad states,“Tea party Repubs....They're radical terrorists. They want to take matters into their own hands, affecting our families with violence & firearms."

Dem. Race-Baiting Is the Ugly Face of Political Desperation

Repair Man Jack, Red State

America will know a far greater peace and prosperity when tactics like those employed by Charlie Rangel are shown to completely and utterly backfire. Vote against racism by voting against every single Democrat on the ballot as a matter of principle.

Voting Republican Is Smart Choice for Libertarians

Grover Norquist for Reason Magazine

There are liberty GOP candidates on the ballot. Let's not give those up to Democrats by voting Libertarian, says Grover Norquist.

Latinos Shun D's; Few Angry Over Amnesty Delay

William Bigelow, Breitbart

Obama’s base of support among Hispanics and youth is eroding dramatically. Per the Pew Research Center, Hispanic voters are upset with Obama over what they perceive to be elevated deportations & failures to enact more lenient immigration reform. 

Biden Recognizes Power of the TEA Party

Associated Press Staff

Campaigning in one of the nation’s key U.S. Senate contests, Vice President Joe Biden said that Dems need to ‘stop the march of the Tea Party now,' and that keeping Dem. control of the chamber would “break the back of the hard right” and ease gridlock in DC.

IL, MD Voting Machines Rigged for Dems

Matthew Burke, Tea Party News Network

Officials in Dem. states of IL & MD blamed 'calibration issues' when some Repub. ballots were switched to Dem.

Poll: Dems' Pet Issues Irrelevant to Voters

Awr Hawkins, Breitbart

A recent Gallup poll which asked Americans to name "the most important problem" facing the U.S. shows that pet Dem. issues rank near the bottom of the list. The "economy in general" was the biggest concern at 17%, then "dissatisfaction with gov't" (16%) & "unemployment/jobs" (10%).

With 1 Week to Go, GOP's Confidence Grows

Alexander Bolton, The Hill

Repubs. are all but assured of winning the open seats vacated by retiring Democrats in Montana, South Dakota and West Virginia and have a very good chance of ousting Dem. incumbents in Alaska, Arkansas, Colorado and Louisiana.

Rare Bird: Major Media Reporter Exposes Pro-Obama Bias

Conservatives know from experience the major media shows a heavy bias towards Obama and the Democrats, but it isn’t often that one of their own confirms our suspicions so vividly. That’s exactly what former CBS reporter Sharyl Attkisson has done in her new book, Stonewalled.

Millennial Voters a New Worry for Dems

Amie Parnes, The Hill

The generation of 18- to 34-year-olds feels a sense of disappointment in the Democrat Party it helped boost in previous elections.

James O’Keefe Strikes Again

John Fund, National Review Online

James O’Keefe, the guerilla filmmaker who brought down the ACORN voter-registration fraudsters in 2010 and forced the resignation of NPR executives is releasing some new undercover footage that raises disturbing questions about ballot integrity in Colorado.

Polling Shows Some Movement in Favor of GOP

Dan McLaughlin, Red State

If you look at the broader trends in the presidential approval and generic ballot polling, you can see that things are again looking up for Republicans – if they can only capitalize on those opportunities.

GOP Running on National Issues, Positioned for Sweep

Josh Kraushaar, National Journal

Republicans now are positioned to net between six and nine Senate seats in the upcoming midterms, with the higher end looking more likely. Most of the battleground Senate contests are now either trending in a Republican direction or remaining stable with a GOP advantage.

Why the GOP Welcomes Runoffs

Dick Morris, The Hill

The odds are that Republicans will have taken the Senate by Election Day, though it’s possible runoffs in Georgia and Louisiana, one slated for December and the other for January, will be what hands the gavel to the GOP, albeit with some delay.

The Trouble with Early Voting

John Fund, National Review Online

When Election Day becomes Election Month, voters cast ballots before they have all the relevant info. Nationwide, some 2 million people have already voted, even though scheduled debates haven’t even finished in many states. And we haven’t even mentioned the potential for fraud.

Why You Should Heed What the Polls Say

Sean Trende, Real Clear Politics

The only thing we can say with any sort of certainty is that in some years the polls have had a slightly pro-Republican skew, while in other years they have had a slightly Democratic skew, while in still other years they’ve had no skew.

Don’t Ignore the Races Down the Ballot

Bruce Walker, American Thinker

Winning a large majority of sub-governor races in individual states lays the foundation for the series of future electoral triumphs that, alone, can finally achieve the broad and deep conservative revolution our nation desperately needs.

Early Ballot Returns in Iowa a Good Sign for GOP?

T. Becket Adams, Washington Examiner

Republican U.S. Senate candidate Joni Ernst is only slightly behind in early voting in Iowa, which is much better than previous elections where Democrats had a huge early lead. Does it mean Republicans have learned the lessons of 2012 and improved their ground game?

Is GOP’s Chance to Retake the Senate Really 96%?

Garth Kant, WND

The liberal Washington Post puts GOP chances of retaking control of the Senate at 96%, but a closer look at the races indicates the margins in several are still very thin. Conservatives must continue to push the GOP candidates to adopt a strong national agenda to get voters excited.

Rush: The Republican Party isn’t Presenting an Alternative

Rush Limbaugh, RushLimbaugh.com

Voters never, other than Reagan, the lone example, never affirmatively vote for conservatism because it's never really presented to them.  It's presented to them by me and Fox News on some occasions and other so-called new media, but it's not presented to voters by the Republican Party.