Queue 'Headlines'

  • Frank Newport, Gallup.com

    73% of Tea Party Repubs. are very motivated to vote, much more than non-Tea Party Repubs. or other Americans. About one in four Americans continue to say they support the Tea Party. Tea Party Repubs. are most focused on deficit, Iraq and Syria.

  • C. Edmund Wright, Breitbart

    Perhaps this astonishing lesson in moral and political failure will finally wake up donors & decision makers for the GOP to the fact that Rove & his tactics aren't the way to win elections. It's time for conservatives to do for the truth what the liberal media and the Dems do for the lie, which is to repeat it over & over again.

  • 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.

  • Tony Lee, Breitbart

    Obama's administration has reportedly suspended a program it enacted via executive action last month that would allow recipients of Obama's Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) to join the U.S. military. 

  • Peter Sullivan, The Hill

    The Hill ranked all 50 states on a red to blue scale. Alabama, Alaska, Idaho, Kansas, & Mississippi topped the list of reddest states.

  • Rick Manning, Net Right Daily

    Sen. Jeanne Shaheen's campaign barred BreitbartNews reporter Matt Boyle from attending one of their open to the media events. Shaheen showed that she's been one of Obama’s biggest Senate supporters and that she approves of his running roughshod over the inconvenient freedom of the press.

  • Rick Moran, American Thinker

    After this election, Dems may rethink their strategy about early voting. We find that early voting totals in Nevada, Iowa, Louisiana, Colorado, and Florida all favor the GOP.

  • Al Weaver, Daily Caller

    According to Judge Andrew Napolitano, Obama could be come a candidate for impeachment over the next two years if he enforces immigration policies “in such a way that it is the opposite of what the law is intended to do.” Napolitano claims that he cannot ultimately “make illegals legal.”

  • Rachael Bade, Politico

    The IRS may have inadvertently figured out how to win its legal battles against aggrieved tea party groups: Give them what they wanted in the first place — tax-exempt status.

  • Jeffrey H. Anderson, Weekly Standard

    Given how saturated the airwaves are in most other winnable races, Repubs. who are looking for a place where they can get the most bang for their buck in the closing days of the '14 campaign might want to cast their eyes toward Virginia.

  • Rachel Bade, Politico

    House Republicans accused the Obama administration of barring them from interviewing an official they call key in learning about the loss of ex-IRS official Lois Lerner’s emails.

  • Justin Sink, The Hill

    Angst over Obama's post-election plans on immigration is growing amid revelations that the U.S. Citizen and Immigration Service (USCIS) has issued a procurement request for as many as 34 million work permits and green cards.

  • Kenric Ward, Watchdog.org

    N. Carolina’s election board found 154 ineligible voters on its poll lists, and officials are examining thousands more questionable registrations. The illegals landed on the state’s voter rolls, courtesy of Obama's Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program.

  • Kevin D. Williamson, National Review

    Accountability is only for the little people. If an ordinary citizen makes a typo on his 1040EZ, he could be on the hook for untold sums of money, fines, even jail time. When the IRS abuses its power to harass political enemies, nothing happens.

  • Manu Raju, Politico

    Aides say it will be the first time he fully spells out his “conservative realist” ideas.