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October 28th, 2014

One Week To Go For Midterm Elections – Voters Angry Says New Poll

The 2014 midterm elections are just one week away now. A new CNN-ORC poll shows that 69% of voters are angry about the direction the country is headed. In the Midwest, South and even the West, Barack Obama faces job disapproval numbers above 50%. This could have a great bearing on the outcome of US Senate races in key states like Iowa, Colorado and Georgia. Over at Real Clear Politics, Republican candidates are leading in six of the top ten Senate races. Democrats only have the lead in three, though in Kansas it is a Democrat masquerading as an Independent, and in Georgia, the race is considered a tie. RCP is still predicting that the GOP will pick up 7 Senate seats, giving them a majority with 52.

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October 15th, 2014

Book Review – Stop The Coming Civil War by Michael Savage

Today, the new book by Dr. Michael Savage, ′Stop The Coming Civil War: My Savage Truth′, published by the Hatchet Books Group division, Center Street, was officially placed on the New York Times bestsellers list. No kidding! The book is selling so briskly that you would have more luck finding Bigfoot in the Cascades than a copy at a book store! Despite a media blackout, including Fox News, book sales are red hot. As host of the hit radio program, ′The Savage Nation′, Dr. Savage is a media in his own right. Will ′Stop The Coming Civil War′ be the most important book review I ever write? Will it be the last? Read on and consider….

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September 8th, 2014

Republican Midterm Edge for Senate

The latest polling data in key battleground states shows a Republican midterm edge for winning control of the U.S. Senate. In Arkansas, Democrat incumbent Mark Pryor is slightly behind his challenger, Rep. Tom Cotton. In Alaska, incumbent Democrat Mark Begich was doing well until he ran an inflammatory ad against Dan Sullivan which caused such an outrage that the Begich campaign had to withdraw it. In other states with incumbent Democrat senators, like West Virginia and South Dakota, the GOP has a distinct lead in those races. North Carolina may turn out to be a nail-biter, as well as states like Michigan where the Democrats thought they would have a certain victory. Currently, based on polling numbers, the GOP looks to win at least 51 senate seats and possibly 53 to 55. Between 5 to 6 states are so close that results may not be able to call a winner on election night.

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August 21st, 2014

Rick Perry Indictment Mugshot Photo – He Who Smirks Last, Smirks Best

Charged with two felony counts of abusing the powers of his office, the Governor Rick Perry indictment mugshot was taken when Perry turned himself in on Tuesday to be booked. He is accused of waging a political vendetta against Travis County District Attorney Rosemary Lehmberg, a Democrat, by vetoing funds for her office which focuses on investigating political corruption. Perry threatened the veto after Lehmberg was arrested for drunk driving and resisting arrest. Photos released by the Travis County Sheriff′s Office show Lehmberg out of control, requiring her to be restrained, including wearing a spit bag over her mouth as she fought with deputies. Perry says that he will fight the indictment, which was handed down by a second judge after the first threw the case out. Many legal experts, including the Liberal Democrat professor from the Harvard Law School, Alan Dershowitz, say that the felony charges against Texas Governor Rick Perry are ridiculous.

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Dueling mugshots? Rick Perry smirks while Rosemary Lehmberg appears to be ready for an insane asylum.

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July 31st, 2014

Obama to GOP: ‘Stop Just Hating All The Time’

House Republicans passed the bill yesterday to file a lawsuit against Barack Obama for exceeding his executive powers. While giving a speech in Kansas City, Obama replied to the GOP, ′Stop just hating all the time′. What else did we except from him? We have the most corrupt White House in ages. The Obama administration even surpasses that of Nixon′s in breaking the law and manipulating the Constitution. Knowing that the vote was coming, Obama and the Democrats began a campaign last week warning supporters that impeachment was next. The scare tactic worked, raising millions of dollars for Democrat candidates. With the annual summer vacation period approaching, Obama is setting the stage for another major abuse of executive power, acting on the current border chaos to give amnesty to illegal immigrants.

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June 11th, 2014

House Majority Leader Eric Cantor Loses To Tea Party Candidate Dave Brat In Upset

In case you haven′t heard by now, House Majority Leader Eric Cantor lost to Tea Party challenger Dave Brat in yesterday′s GOP primary election. Virginia was just one of five states which held primary elections yesterday, but the results of this campaign certainly has national significance. Despite being outspent by Cantor 5-to-1, plus having the whole weight of the Republican Establishment against him, economist Dave Brat defeated Eric Cantor soundly by more than 10 points. The 55-44 win in the 7th Congressional District, which includes Richmond, had a high turn out rate. Many pundits are speculating that the reason for Eric Cantor to lose was due to the immigration reform issue. That Dave Brat ran a fear campaign, based on Cantor allegedly being in favor of amnesty for illegal immigrants. But was that the case? Was it the only reason?

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May 21st, 2014

McConnell Beats Bevin in Busy Primary Election Results

Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell easily defeated Matt Bevin in the Republican U.S. Senate primary election results in last night. Along with Kentucky, five other states – Ohio, Georgia, Pennsylvania, Oregon and Arkansas – also held primary elections. In addition to the McConnell-Bevin race, another campaign showdown got significant national attention, that being the GOP Senate race in Oregon. Dr. Monica Wehby, an early critic of the Affordable Care Act, beat the four other challengers in her bid to be the Republican U.S. Senate candidate this November, despite some dirt laundry being aired by ex-husbands. Meanwhile, in Pennsylvania, Chelsea Clinton′s mother-in-law, Marjorie Margolies, lost her campaign to rejoin the House of Representatives even though both Bill and Hillary Clinton campaigned heavily for her.

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April 16th, 2014

Rove Super PAC Raises $5 Million in One Month

Watch out, Liberals! IRS beware! The Karl Rove Super PAC, American Crossroads GPS, or whatever they call themselves, has raised over $5 million dollars in just one month. In 2013, they raised $5.5 million in three months time. So apparently, all is forgiven from Conservatives who were misled by Rove in 2012. I guess Karl doesn′t need to bother Mitt Romney for the $300 million anymore as seen in the old SNL skit.

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