Elections

Clinton’s Potential Running Mate to Court Illegals?

Clinton’s Potential Running Mate to Court Illegals?

Hillary Clinton is eying the office of President and is getting her house in order as the 2016 election cycle rolls around. Hillary’s no idiot (feel free to disagree), and as the border crisis continues to remain inflamed, and as more illegals set up residence in America, it appears Mrs. Clinton might be ready and willing to use these events […]

Did this Establishment Republican Commit Vote Fraud to Defeat His Tea Party Challenger?

Did this Establishment Republican Commit Vote Fraud to Defeat His Tea Party Challenger?

The fight to restore the Republic continues in Mississippi. Republican U.S. Senate candidate Chris McDaniel had campaigned against incumbent Republican Senator Thad Cochran (R-Mississippi) by promising “shock waves through this country” if conservatives helped him win. McDaniel successfully forced a run-off vote, then seemingly lost by 7,600 votes. But McDaniel has yet to concede, arguing that Cochran won by fraud […]

Did this Move Solidify Ben Carson’s 2016 Presidential Bid?

Did this Move Solidify Ben Carson’s 2016 Presidential Bid?

Dr. Ben Carson released his new book One Nation not that long ago. The renowned physician has been the subject of debate recently, and many are wondering if the pro-freedom, pro-constitution doctor will take charge to help lead the nation out of disrepair. It now looks as if a presidential bid might be forthcoming. Carson recently revealed in an interview […]

The Reason Why Democrats Are Talking about Impeachment MORE than Republicans

The Reason Why Democrats Are Talking about Impeachment MORE than Republicans

Nate Silver runs a website that analyzes statistics for sports and politics. As he and his team have noticed, the Democrats have been talking about impeachment far more than the Republicans, hinting they might actually be counting on Obama being impeached in the near future. In July, there have been 10 mentions of the term “impeachment” in Congress and four […]

Do Big Tea Party Groups Support Candidates… or Themselves?

Do Big Tea Party Groups Support Candidates… or Themselves?

There was no shortage of individuals and groups jumping on the Dave Brat bandwagon after his upset win last month over Eric Cantor. Smaller, local Tea Party chapters did their part to help his campaign, along with national talk show hosts Glenn Beck, Laura Ingraham and Mark Levin. But the bigger, national Tea Party groups didn’t give the economics professor […]

George Will: Tea Party Still “Huge Force” in Republican Party

George Will: Tea Party Still “Huge Force” in Republican Party

Given the lack of success in Republican primaries this year, many Beltway pundits have written off the Tea Party movement. However, there’s one well-known exception who would beg to differ. In a recent interview with the Daily Caller’s Jamie Weinstein, Washington Post columnist, former ABC and current Fox News commentator George Will weighed in on the impact and relevance the […]

Is The Tea Party Ship Sunk?

Is The Tea Party Ship Sunk?

In the battle to upset the Republican establishment, the Tea Party came up much shorter than they had hoped. Though Tea Party candidate Ben Sasse won in Nebraska, other Tea Party candidates did not fair so well in recent primary elections. Six states held primaries and in all six elections the Tea Party failed to maintain any of the momentum […]

Eric Cantor Got Booed – and Took a Big Political Hit – in His Home District

Eric Cantor Got Booed – and Took a Big Political Hit – in His Home District

House Majority Leader Eric Cantor got an unexpected reception at the 7th Congressional District convention held in Richmond on May 10. According to multiple reports (and this YouTube video), Cantor was booed and heckled by conservative Tea Party activists in his own district. Then the Majority Leader’s day went from bad to worse. Cantor supporter and incumbent Linwood Cobb was […]

What Sasse’s Win in Nebraska Says about the Tea Party

What Sasse’s Win in Nebraska Says about the Tea Party

Ben Sasse clinched the Republican nomination for Senate in Nebraska after a long battle to the top. As Sasse’s numbers surged in the polls in March, the Harvard, Yale, and Oxford educated conservative began to firmly assert himself as the main conservative contender in the state. Many in the Republican party have felt that the GOP no longer represents their […]

Mississippi Mudslinging Gives Thad Cochran the Win… for Now

Mississippi Mudslinging Gives Thad Cochran the Win… for Now

The Republican run-off primary in Mississippi between long-time incumbent Thad Cochran and Tea Party challenger Chris McDaniels was going to be a fiercely-contested election with plenty of mudslinging. However, FEC documents disclosed that the race was dirtier than previously thought. Cochran’s campaign enlisted the services of a scandal-plagued Democratic operative named Mitzi Bickers to get black Democrats to the polls. […]