NPR Executive Accuses Tea Party and Conservatives as “Seriosly Racist”

An NPR executive was caught on camera lambasting the Tea Party as "seriously racist" and claiming that liberals might be, as a whole, more educated than conservatives.  The comments from Ron Schiller, a senior executive at NPR and president of the NPR Foundation, were made during a meeting with two people posing as members of … Continue reading NPR Executive Accuses Tea Party and Conservatives as “Seriosly Racist”

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Union Battle Lines: We Went To Madison

Madison Wisconsin. (February 28) The call went out far and wide for massive protests to stand with the unions in Wisconsin. Every liberal, socialist, communist, Marxist, anarchist and left wing group in the country spread - and answered - the call. I have been watching in rapt fascination as a little known governor from an … Continue reading Union Battle Lines: We Went To Madison

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Post Election Analysis: Alan Grayson The Most Ridiculous Congressman In Recent Memory

Some months ago, I wrote an article about Congressman Alan Grayson which wasn't my finest literary work ever, but it was generally well received and, more importantly, writing it quelled my urge to throw the guy a beating.  I'm sure there were thousands of people who wanted to throw him a beating as well, but … Continue reading Post Election Analysis: Alan Grayson The Most Ridiculous Congressman In Recent Memory

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Election Definitely An Obama Referendum

The question of whether or not this election was a referendum on Barack Obama was hotly debated on the Sunday morning news shows and thousands of times since. The debate began when it became apparent that the Democrats were going to lose massively at the polls. Is the election a referendum on Barack Obama and … Continue reading Election Definitely An Obama Referendum

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Political Tsunami Of Senior Voters Sweep Hundreds of Democrats Out Of Office

Older American voters are the voting block most likely to vote in any election. This year, however, they are going to do so in record numbers. Seniors are supporting Republicans more than any other demographic group, in this election cycle, and they are poised to vote at historic levels.   Republicans, who are usually more … Continue reading Political Tsunami Of Senior Voters Sweep Hundreds of Democrats Out Of Office

Election Effects Probably Not Considered Yet

There has been more media coverage of this election than any other mid-term election in my life. For the last several months, election coverage has increased daily, reaching overwhelming levels. Being a political news addict, I've absorbed most of it, much to the consternation of my beautiful wife. But, it occurred to me the other … Continue reading Election Effects Probably Not Considered Yet

Last Minute Break Right For Independents

The Democrats' final push to woo undecided voters fizzled, putting dozens of Congressional races beyond reach and destroying the Democrats chances in at least four toss-up Senate seats. That is, at least, according to Democratic strategists and party officials. Independents, a crucial swing bloc, hell this year they are The swing bloc, are breaking sharply … Continue reading Last Minute Break Right For Independents