Dan Riehl

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Obama's War As Mid-Term Strategy

With the prospect of more beheading videos out of the Middle-east and the Obama administration now taking action against ISIS in Syria, foreign policy is likely to take an increasingly significant role in this year's Mid-term elections. Sep 23, 2014 5:27 PM PT

GOP On Top In Key Arkansas Races

 A new poll out from Democrat-leaning Public Policy Polling has Republicans on top in both the Arkansas governor's race, as well as the race for the U.S. Senate. Sep 23, 2014 4:23 PM PT

Commander-In-Chief Juan Valdez?

Columbian coffee growers have been using a fictional character, Juan Valdez, to hawk coffee in the U.S. since 1958. In October, 2013, the Washington Post pointed out that Starbucks would be taking on Juan in his own country. Sep 23, 2014 3:49 PM PT

Voter Fraud Investigation Ongoing in Georgia

With one Democrat-aligned Georgia group having collected 85,000 voter registration applications and around 20,000 registration forms collected by another - and from 25 - 50 of them thought to be fraudulent - an ongoing investigation is resulting in partisan charges of fraud and intimidation flying back and forth. Sep 23, 2014 7:29 AM PT

The Democrats' Big Money Donor Hypocrisy

Per a new Politico report, "Democrats love to cast Republicans as the party of big money, beholden to the out-of-touch billionaires bankrolling their campaigns. But new numbers tell a very different story — one in which Democrats are actually raising more big money than their adversaries". Sep 23, 2014 3:02 AM PT

Scott Brown Breaks with NH GOP on Abortion

After the New Hampshire Republican Party adopted a platform that supports “the pre-born child’s fundamental right to life and personhood under the Fourteenth Amendment” and the “Life at Conception Act,” the Scott Brown campaign released the following. Sep 23, 2014 2:55 AM PT

Democrats: Holding the Senate Is Women's Work

Al Hunt writing at Bloomberg News claims, "Democrats know that keeping control of the Senate this election year isn't a man's job. Success will depend on the votes of women. A gender gap has long been evident in U.S. politics: Men more often vote Republican and women are more likely to back Democrats. Both of these trends have accelerated in recent years". Sep 22, 2014 10:38 AM PT

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