2014 elections

Cruz Reveals How the GOP Can Stop Hillary Clinton

Matthew Burke, Tea Party News Network

“The only way for Repubs. to win, I believe, is to run a candidate who runs a strong conservative with a positive, optimistic, hopeful message,” Cruz recommended. “Repubs. win when we draw a clear distinction. We lose when we move to the mushy middle and we muddle the differences.” 

Jeff Sessions: Obama's Impending Amnesty Burdens Americans, Benefits Billionaires

“The world has turned upside down. Instead of serving the interests of the American people, the policies of President Obama and every Senate Democrat serve the needs of special interests and global CEOs who fail to understand the duty a nation owes to its own people. But the citizens of this country still hold the power, and through their voice, they can turn the country right-side again.” -- Sen. Jeff Sessions

Civil War Looms for GOP

Alexander Bolton, The Hill

The right argues that GOP leaders should forget about playing small ball & use momentum from the midterms to put big checks on O's agenda. “The American people don’t want Repubs. to become appeasers and supporters of a watered down Obama agenda.”

La Raza Promotes Guide On Where To Vote Without ID

Patrick Howley, Daily Caller

The pro-amnesty Hispanic activist organization the National Council of La Raza helpfully promoted a Washington Post article explaining which states people can vote in without having to use a photo ID.

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. 

Cuccinelli: McConnell is Going to Go to the Wire

The Hill Staff

Former Virginia Repub. candidate for Governor Ken Cuccinelli makes projections ahead of the Nov. 4 midterm elections and predicts a grim future for GOP candidates turning away from conservative principles. 

Most Young Likely Voters Prefer GOP-Run Congress

Dan Spencer, Red State

A new poll of 18- to 29- year-olds finds a majority, 51%, who say they'll “definitely vote” in the elections prefer a Repub.-run Congress. Only 47% favor a Dem.-controlled Congress. That’s a big shift from '10, when the same firm found 55% preferred Dem. control & 43% prefer Repub. control.

Endangered Guv Takes Gun Action

Fred Lucas, The Blaze

Right before Penn. voters decide whether he keeps his post, GOP Gov. Tom Corbett signed a pro-gun law barring local restrictions. It would prevent local gov'ts from passing gun laws that are more restrictive than the state gun laws & basically erases existing local gun laws.

Annoy A Liberal This Halloween: #LiberalHalloweenTraditions

Liberals have dominated social media for years, but now conservatives are increasing their presence across Twitter and Facebook. And it’s driving liberals batty. This Halloween season, the hashtag #LiberalHalloweenTraditions is trending. Do you have what it takes to annoy a liberal this Halloween? Tweet your best #LiberalHalloweenTraditions tweet to @RichardViguerie and we’ll share it here.

Holder, Johnson to Give Final Input on Exec. Amnesty After Midterms

Tony Lee, Breitbart

A.G. Eric Holder and Homeland Sec. Sect. Jeh Johnson will reportedly give Obama their final executive amnesty recommendations in two weeks, a week after the midterm elections in which Republicans could take back Congress.

Business Bets Big on GOP in Senate Races

Rebecca Ballhaus, Amy Harder and Brody Mullins, Wall Street Journal

In a significant shift, business groups gave more money in aggregate to Repub. candidates than to Dems. in 7 of the most competitive Senate races in recent months, in some cases taking the unusual step of betting against sitting senators.

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.

The Scary Poll GOP Leaders Must Not Ignore

If you, or anyone you know, is thinking about staying home this election I urge you to watch these two powerful videos, one by Texas conservative Congressman Louie Gohmert and “Who Will Keep Us Safe?” from Fed Up PAC, and then watch them once again on Election Day.

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%).

Tea Party PAC Endorses Pat Roberts In Tough Race

Lindsay Wise, McClatchy Washington Bureau

“There is just too much at stake not to support Pat Roberts,” said Jenny Beth Martin, chairman of the Tea Party Patriots Citizens Fund PAC. “We reached out to our people in Kansas, and they overwhelmingly supported this endorsement.

TONIGHT: Dave Brat Takes on Jack Trammell in VA07 Debate

The debate is now concluded. The race for former Majority Leader Eric Cantor's House seat in Virginia's 7th Congressional District is hotter than ever.

Immigration Serv. Pleads: Don't Let O's Amnesty Go Through

Caroline May, Breitbart

In a message to the American people, the president of the union representing 12,000 U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Service (USCIS) adjudicators and personnel is warning about Obama’s plans for executive amnesty.

Signs of a Coming Republican Wave

David Keene, The Washington Times

The wave Republicans have prayed for is building and could leave the big-spending friends of Messrs. Obama and Reid wondering why all the money they raised and spent didn’t make that much difference in the end.

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.