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The Bi-Partisanship Healthcare Summit

February 11, 2010

The question is being hotly debated across the blogosphere and the D.C. punditry – should the Republicans go to Obama’s bi-partisan health care summit or not?  Ryan, Mike and I discussed the issue in-depth in our latest podcast, but a new story was released today which illustrates the folly of providing the President with a [...]

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Dems in 2010: New Year, Old Target

January 2, 2010

I laughed out loud when I saw this headline from Fox: “Desperate for Edge in Election Year, Dems Turn to Old Strategy.”  What strategy, you ask?  Let’s go through the old Democrat Playbook: Class warfare?  That’s a given.  Republicans are racist, homophobic neanderthals?  Not yet, but wait for it by summer.  Blame Bush?  Bingo! The [...]

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Which Party is Better for the Stock Market?

February 27, 2009

It has always been obvious to me that Republicans are better for the economy than Democrats.  It seems especially true not based on who is in the White House, but rather who controls  congress. Obviously, a lot more goes into the state of the market than government policy.  At the same time, this chart should [...]

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Republican Victory Strategy

October 21, 2007

In what is supposed to be bad times for Republicans, there are a few bright spots.  In Louisiana this week, Rep. Bobby Jindal (R) defeated 11 other candidates and won the Governorship with 53% of the vote.  Louisiana requires that candidates for office receive a majority in an open election;  if a majority is not [...]

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