Dan Riehl

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Perry Calls Shaheen an Embarrassment Over Border Security

Texas Gov. Rick Perry waded into the New Hampshire Senate race on a conference call with reporters"I would be embarrassed if I was from New Hampshire and I had a United States senator who was so with the president on this issue that it's putting the citizens — not just in New Hampshire, but in the other 47 contiguous states — in jeopardy by not securing the border."  Jul 30, 2014 4:36 AM PT

GOP Senate Map Expands to 12 States

In terms of 2014 overall race for control of the Senate, CQ Roll Call’s Niels Lesniewski quotes National Republican Senatorial Committee Chairman Jerry Moran, "I think we have a good map in the sense that we have good candidates and good states. The map has expanded over time. In my view, [it] started out with six or seven — now 10 or 12.” Jul 30, 2014 3:05 AM PT

Braley a Bust? Dems Fret Over Iowa

The same Democrats who were once feeling confident about Rep. Bruce Braley winning a U.S. Senate seat in Iowa are now worried if Braley might not turn out to be the biggest bust in what looks to be an extremely difficult political year for them. Jul 30, 2014 2:51 AM PT

Atlanta Mayor Puts Out Welcome Mat for Illegals, What Will Nunn Do?

In an item partly discussing yesterday's leaked Nunn campaign memo, which the Atlanta Journal Constitution calls a "massive blow" to Democrat Michelle Nunn's campaign,  Atlanta Mayor Kasim Reed makes it clear that "Atlanta has open arms to the thousands of unaccompanied immigrant children detained by U.S. authorities after fleeing Central America". Jul 29, 2014 4:54 PM PT

W.Va. Dem Tennant Dumps on Obama, Ad Depicts White House in the Dark

Democrat Senate candidate Natalie Tennant wants to make it clear to the people back home in West Virginia she doesn't view the Obama administration as a friend and ally when it comes to the topic of coal - an industry seen as key in W. VA politics. Jul 28, 2014 9:35 AM PT

Is the North Carolina GOP Moving Left for November?

The media, here in the form of The New York Times, appears to be feeding into the notion that the North Carolina GOP has to cave on the very principles that won it a long sought state legislative majority in order to win state-wide in November. Jul 26, 2014 10:14 AM PT

Walsh Backtracks on Blaming PTSD for Plagiarism

The phrase 'stop digging' comes to mind. Just two days after indicating he may have plagiarized his master's thesis due to post-traumatic stress disorder, now Montana Democrat U.S. Senator John Walsh said, “I am in no way, no way, tying what I did to any type of PTSD.”  Jul 25, 2014 5:33 PM PT


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