It’s utterly amazing at times how brain-dead the East Coast political media, both partisan and independent, can be about California’s politics.
The canards about California abound and become more entrenched with every election, such as the so-called Bradley effect. Read More
Pollster Scott Rasmussen told Western CPAC attendees last night that he expects a 55-seat Republican gain in the Nov. 2 congressional election, according to Human Events' John Gizzi.
Rasmussen, who was the first pollster to spot the surge that led to Scott Brown's upset victory for the Senate seat formerly held by Ted Kennedy in Massachusett, told the assembled conservatives that Senate control will be determined by how five races currently too close to call are decided. Read More
Over at Human Events, Michelle Oddis writes on Scott Rigell. The controversial candidate donated to Obama and other Democrats, received a huge Cash-for-Clunkers bonus from the stimulus, and now wants the GOP nomination in the Tidewater Virginia district currently represented by vulnerable Rep. Glenn Nye, D.
His former Navy Special Forces opponent’s rallying cry? Read More
Colorado Democrat Gov. Bill Ritter decided not to seek a second term despite the fact he was elected in the midst of a massive resurgence by his party that also saw it take over the legislature in the Rocky Mountain state. Should be a good time to get another term, right?
Well, not if you and your buddies in the legislature have been raising taxes, killing jobs, and doing the bidding of your state's liberal and labor activists. Read More