From the daily archives:

Friday, April 9, 2010

Indiana Right to Life Says No More Democrat Endorsements

April 9, 2010

The Indiana Right to Life has decided that they will no longer endorse Democrat “pro-life” candidates after most of the them voted to fund abortion baby murder with taxpayer money in ObamaCare.  When ObamaCare first passed, I said that the myth of the Pro-Life Democrat was now dead forever, and now we are seeing the [...]

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An Analysis of the Generic Congressional Ballot

April 9, 2010

Nate Silver at 538.com takes a look at the generic congressional ballot, and puts forth some statistical projections of how many Congressional seats the Democrats could be slated to lose this November based purely on historic trends and current poll results.  He takes four measurements into account: Current RCP Average Generic Congressional Ballot:  2.3% Republican [...]

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A Tale of Two Headlines

April 9, 2010

Finding, consuming, and critically reading news has become far more of a challenge over the past few years.  Take the news of Obama’s Strategic Arms Reduction Treaty Treaty of Surrender to the Russians, and how it will fare in the Senate.  According to the Constitution, all treaties need to be ratified by 2/3 of the [...]

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Retirement #2 of the Day: Bart Stupak

April 9, 2010

In addition to Justice John Paul Stevens announcing his retirement, Rep. Bart Stupak (D-MI), best known for selling out the unborn in exchange for his ObamaCare vote, announced today that he will be retiring from Congress at the end of his term, blaming all of the “death threats” he has gotten as a result of [...]

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Justice John Paul Stevens to Retire

April 9, 2010

Justice John Paul Stevens has announced that he is retiring from the Supreme Court when the current session ends this July.  Stevens was one of the court’s most liberal members, although he was appointed to the bench by Republican President Gerald Ford.  Stevens’ retirement will give a second Supreme Court pick to President Barack Obama.  [...]

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