While some polls have been showing Democrats apparently closing in on their Republican opponents, a major Tea Party event is expected to boost the GOP’s chances in the midterm elections, which are just over two weeks away.
Republican gubernatorial candidate Carl Paladino of New York has received harsh criticism following his recent comments about homosexuality.
Another member of President Barack Obama’s staff will leave the White House before November’s midterm election.
A watchdog group has reiterated its plea that the FBI and Department of Justice (DOJ) investigate the U.S. Chamber of Commerce following an insider’s allegation of fraud and recent accusations involving the group’s use of foreign aid to help fund conservative political campaigns.
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A nonprofit organization has criticized the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) for boasting inaccurate illegal immigrant removal statistics.
The majority of the electorate — long content to occupy itself with earning a living, raising families and considering politics for only a short period of time (typically between Labor Day and the election) has finally awakened to the reality of a bloated and overbearing government. A poll released this week bears this out.
President Barack Obama’s most recent assault on conservatives is a new twist for the Democrats’ old school tactics of distraction, duplicity and defamation. As a November to Remember approaches in the fast lane, Obama has pulled the handbrake on reason… and steered his party into oncoming traffic.