It may be hard to believe but there actually are still millions of Americans who don't quite yet grasp the real differences between the Democratic, Republican and Tea Party parties.
No problem. Pajamas TV's Andrew Klavan explains it all: Read More
Democratic congressional campaign strategists evidently think they've found an effective attack on GOP Senate candidates like former Rep. Rob Portman, R-OH, citing the fact he is supported by the U.S. Chamber of Commerce, which accepts contributions from foreign interests.
According to The Hill:
"Endangered Democrats in several key Senate races are seizing on what they say is evidence that foreign interests are helping fuel their opponents' campaigns. Read More
Campaigns in the last month tend to either narrow in the case of one candidate having a large early lead, or to widen when there is a dead heat.
The Nevada Senate race has been a dead-heat for weeks, but now appears to be widening as Rasmussen Reports' latest survey shows Tea Party Republican Sharron Angle moving out to a four-point lead over Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid. Read More
More evidence that in the election year of 2010 the worst thing that can be said about a public official isn't "Democrat" or "Republican," "Liberal" or "Conservative," but "Incumbent."
Scott Rasmussen says 69 percent of New Yorkers are ready to vote out all of the incumbents in their monumentally corrupt state legislature: Read More
CNN's Opinion Research surveyors were hard at work over the weekend during the final hours of the successful push to win House approval of the Senate version of Obamacare. The results of the CNN/OR survey are out and they point to the most vivid reality of the Obamacare victory - 219 House Democrats were willing to flout the clear majority of Americans on this issue.
Here are the major initial points of interest in the CNN/OR results: Read More