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  • 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 »

  • Iowa court prohibits webcam abortions

    From the Thomas More Society: Thomas More Society submitted amicus brief and research in support of protecting women’s health (August 19, 2014 – Des Moines, IA) – Polk County District Court Judge Jeffrey Farrell has upheld the Iowa Board of | Read More »

  • Rick Perry sets the record straight

    Rick Perry sets the record straight

    Firing back.

  • Planned Parenthood accused of corruption

    Americans United for Life (AUL) released the following: WASHINGTON, D.C. (08-15-14) Americans United for Life filed an amicus brief in support of a petition for rehearing in the whistleblower case, Gonzalez ex rel. U.S. v. Planned Parenthood of Los Angeles, asking the Ninth Circuit | Read More »

  • 83 percent of Americans support official English

    ProEnglish, a leading advocate of official English, released the following report: The well-respected polling company Rasmussen Reports has a brand new poll out, and the results are encouraging for supporters of our common English language. The poll, conducted on August | Read More »

  • U.S. Supreme Court must rule on Pro-Life license plates

    From the Thomas More Society: (Thursday, August 14, 2014 – Washington, D.C.) – Yesterday, the Thomas More Society filed an amicus brief urging the United States Supreme Court to hear a case involving “Choose Life” license plates, in order to resolve disputes among lower | Read More »

  • NC Dems in panic mode?

    Reports are saying that Kay Hagan and her liberal posse in North Carolina are  launching “a $9.1 million TV blitz in North Carolina attacking Republican Thom Tillis.” (from the Charlotte Observer.) The story goes on: The ad buy, the largest so far | Read More »

  • Hollywood A-listers trying to keep Senate full of Dems

    The Hill reports today that moviestars including Leonardo DiCaprio, Gwyneth Paltrow, Julia Louis-Dreyfus, and Barbra Streisand are pumping thousands of dollars into Democratic campaigns in an attempt to salvage the midterm elections for a swing left: Streisand, a longtime Democratic donor, opened | Read More »

  • Pro-Life group promotes National Day of Remembrance

    From the Pro-Life Action League: Chicago’s Pro-Life Action League is producing the National Day of Remembrance for Aborted Children, locally and across the nation.  September 13 marks National Day of Remembrance for Aborted Children at Gravesites Citizens for a Pro-life Society, Priests | Read More »

  • Republican takeover ‘more and more assured’

    The Washington Post asserts that lucky breaks and the downfall of Tea Party candidates means a Republican takeover of the senate is nigh: The decision by Sen. John Walsh (D-Mont.) not to seek election in November in the wake of a plagiarism scandal | Read More »

  • BP agent: Feds releasing murderers into U.S.

    BP agent: Feds releasing murderers into U.S.

    “Morale is at an all-time low right now.”

  • IRS has a dept. that monitors sermons

    The Becket Fund’s Executive Director, Kristina Arriaga, released the following message: Within the IRS, there is, no lie, a “Political Activities Referral Committee” unit that investigates whether preachers have said something from the pulpit in violation of the IRS rules regarding | Read More »

  • Will third party candidates ruin the GOP’s chances?

    The Republicans need to take over only six seats to win back control of the Senate from the Democrats, but according to, In a number of races, Republicans could fall short due to third party, especially Libertarian, challengers.” Mike | Read More »

  • Bloomberg: Every Senate seat matters

    Despite optimistic reports from several other media outlets, Bloomberg is still dubious concerning the GOP’s chances of regaining the senate this fall: Writes Jonathan Bernstein: A new estimate from Nate Silver gives Republicans a 60 percent chance of winning a Senate | Read More »

  • Will 2014 be a replay of 2010?

    Will 2014 be a replay of 2010?

    Some optimistic news regarding this fall’s senate elections.

  • ObamaCare architect’s ‘Tale of the Tapes’

    From American Commitment: Gruber Gate: ObamaCare Architect’s “Tale of the Tapes” Washington, D.C.—American Commitment, a national advocacy organization, is launching a hard-hitting campaign to expose ObamaCare architect Jonathan Gruber’s historic deception regarding the subsidies that were at the center of the | Read More »

  • Leading Dem calls those who lost healthcare coverage 'whiners'

    Leading Dem calls those who lost healthcare coverage ‘whiners’

    Republicans offer Keep Your Healthcare legislation.

  • WSJ: ‘Prospects brighten for GOP’

    The Wall Street Journal reports that “unexpectedly strong bids by several Republican candidates and President Barack Obama‘s continued sagging approval ratings are boosting GOP chances of capturing a Senate majority.” The Journal cites the Republicans’ “competitive bids for at least ten Senate | Read More »

  • Reasons the GOP should be optimistic/fearful

    Roll Call has compiled a list of reasons the Republicans should be optimistic about their chances for retaking the senate this fall. Among them is the fact that they have three almost seats guaranteed in South Dakota, West Virginia, and Montana. Reasons for pessimism involve | Read More »

  • Poll shows GOP’s chances at 60 percent

    With a showing as high as 86 percent, the Republicans’ chances of regaining the senate this fall have been fluctuating, but have so far remained on the higher end of 50 percent. The New York Times now places the likelihood at | Read More »