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  • Need-to-know news of the day

    Need-to-know news of the day

    Necessary, newsy tidbits from around the web.

  • WashPo: Dems now slated to hold onto Senate

    According to the Washington Post‘s latest election forecast, the Democrats now hold a slight edge over the Republicans to hold onto the Senate majority: Democrats are now (very slightly) favored to hold the Senate majority on Nov. 4, according to Election | Read More »

  • NRA commentators: Ray Rice and gun control

    NRA commentators: Ray Rice and gun control

    This is what the anti-gun utopia looks like.

  • Study finds fracking does not pollute water

    Study finds fracking does not pollute water

    A landmark federal study.

  • Jay Carney: ‘not a good year for Democrats’

    Former White House press secretary Jay Carney said on CNN’s “State of the Union” show (in his new role as CNN contributor) that 2014 is “not going to be a good year for Democrats, by definition.” From Fox News: Carney, | Read More »

  • Should GOP be nervous about Iowa seat?

    Politico reports that the GOP is “fretting” over the seat of retiring liberal Sen. Tom Harkin in Iowa: Few states are more important than Iowa in the battle for the Senate this fall. But anxiety is rising within Republican ranks | Read More »

  • Thomas More Society wins in defamation lawsuit

    From the Thomas More Society: (September 11, 2014 – Chicago, IL) – Yesterday, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit issued its decision to dismiss the appeal brought by Satkar Hospitality Inc. against Illinois Review, a conservative news | Read More »

  • Obamacare still haunting Dems

    According to Fox News, Democrats are working to downplay their support of Obamacare: The politically divisive legacy of ObamaCare has vulnerable Democrats trying to downplay their past support of the legislation ahead of Election Day – by criticizing the president’s | Read More »

  • Eric Holder is most hated

    According to the Washington Examiner, “if you know who Eric Holder is, you probably don’t like him”: Attorney General Eric Holder is one of President Obama‘s best-known and longest-serving cabinet members. Most recently, he led the administration’s response to the racial unrest in Ferguson, | Read More »

  • American Commitment to slow fed takeover of internet

    From American Commitment: American Commitment Mobilizes Millions to Answer Dishonest “Slowdown” Ploy and Stop a Federal Takeover of the Internet Washington, D.C.—American Commitment, a national advocacy organization, has launched a massive effort to combat the dishonest “slowdown” campaign that liberal activists | Read More »

  • Sept. 13 National Remembrance Day of aborted babies

    Citizens for a Pro-life Society, Priests for Life, and Pro-life Action League are set to host memorials in remembrance of children murdered by abortion: The National Day of Remembrance for Aborted Children on Saturday, September 13, 2014, was first marked | Read More »

  • Latinos threaten to boycott mid-term elections

    Latino Democratic voters are upset that President Obama has not acted on immigration reform and granted sweeping amnesty, instead punting the issue until after this fall’s elections. Fox News Latino reports: Some Latino Democrats, saying they are fed up with | Read More »

  • Al Franken in trouble?

    Long-time Democratic senator from Minnesota, Al Franken, may be in trouble because of his allegiance to President Obama. Fox News reports: A survey of registered and likely voters by KSTP/Survey USA in mid-August had Franken ahead of McFadden by nine points, 51 | Read More »

  • Kansas senate race suddenly matters?

    According to NPR, the once “a low-key U.S. Senate race” in Kansas is “suddenly volatile”:  In presidential elections, Kansas is deep red. And the state’s entire congressional delegation is Republican. But this year, there’s sudden volatility in Kansas politics. As | Read More »

  • Libs predict a ‘nail biter’ this fall

    The liberal-minded Huffington Post is not surprisingly not hopping on the bandwagon the Washington Post and other media outlets have created that predicts with fair certainty a Republican takeover of the senate this fall. According to HuffPo, though: WASHINGTON — | Read More »

  • Nonprofit law firm celebrates 25 years of defending life

    From Life Legal Defense: Life Legal Defense Foundation Takes on Federal Government, Healthcare and Abortion Industries (September 3, 2014 – Napa, CA) Life Legal Defense Foundation may be a small nonprofit law firm headquartered in the Napa Valley, but its attorneys are making | Read More »

  • Polling shows GOP gaining momentum

    The Republican Party has been consistently touted as the likely victor in the race to control the senate this fall. Forecasts have had the GOP’s chance at winning the six seats necessary to do so at as much as 86 | Read More »

  • M. Stanton Evans to be honored by Heartland Institute

    Conservative legend and frequent Human Events contributor, M. Stanton Evans, will be honored at the Heartland Institute’s anniversary dinner next week. From Heartland: CHICAGO – He worked 13 years with American conservative icon William F. Buckley, wrote the culture-changing Young | Read More »

  • Silver lining for Dems if they lose the senate?

    The American Prospect proclaims, “Yes, it’ll make for a miserable two years. But just look at what 2016 will be like.” Their reasoning? Here’s the good news for Democrats: Even if Republicans take the Senate this year, Democrats will almost certainly | Read More »

  • History and the 2014 elections

    According to the Washington Post, patterns from past senate elections can help us predict what will take place this fall: The Wall Street Journal this week dove into the data to try and figure out what the past might tell us about | Read More »