Election 2014: New Democratic Strategy Goes After Koch Brothers
This guy is a piece of work: HAROLD FORD, JR.: My friend Lincoln Davis who chairs our campaign says there are, there’s one big difference between us and misfortunate Republicans when it comes to our faith: he said that Republicans fear the Lord; he said Democrats fear AND love the Lord. Applause followed his comments. […]
Ian has the video and transcript of the admission (emphasis added): Stephanopoulos: In the ad now running in Missouri, Jim Caviezel speaks in Aramaic. It means, “You betray me with a kiss.” And his position, his point, is that actually even though down in Missouri they say the initiative is against cloning, it’s actually going […]
Who will win tonight’s 8:15 game? Make your predictions here. It’s on, Mwalimu! PM Update: Check the comments for a mini-live blogging of the game! Mon AM Update: Forgot to add this last night before I logged off: the Panthers got trounced in the second half by the Cowboys, with the final score being 35-14 […]
Hugh Hewitt explains some fishy polling numbers. We already know that the WaPo has a pro-Jim Webb bias, but now I’m wondering if it has a pro-Cardin bias as well.
When I blogged earlier this week about the Allen campaign releasing selected excerpts of books written by Jim Webb, I made clear that I didn’t think the book excerpts were a big deal. Were they sexually bizarre? Yes. But were excerpts of fictional books relevant to this race? No. In that same post, I noted […]
With Nutroots candidate Ned Lamont’s campaign going nowhere fast, the NYT is pulling out all the stops in order to try and help him gain some momentum in the polls, going into the elections in just over a week. The latest poll taken in the CT Senate race shows Lieberman with a 12 point lead. […]