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Tea Party Icons Urge Conservative Voters to Turn Out and Help GOP Take Back the Senate In YouTube Pitches

Several Tea Party icons, including Senator Mike Lee (R-UT), Senator Ted Cruz (R-TX), Representative Louie Gohmert (R-TX), Sarah Palin, and former Representative Alan West (R-FL), are urging Tea Party activists around the country to help Republicans take back the majority in the U.S. Senate in next week's 2014 mid-term elections through a low budget but heart-felt social media campaign of personalized YouTube videos. 30 Oct 2014, 8:23 AM PDT

AP: USA Not Ready for Ebola

The U.S. health care apparatus is so unprepared and short on resources to deal with the deadly Ebola virus that even small clusters of cases could overwhelm parts of the system, according to an Associated Press review of readiness at hospitals and other components of the emergency medical network. 30 Oct 2014, 6:36 AM PDT

Democrats Worried over Low Voter Turnout Among Minorities for Midterms

With polls across the country beginning to turn towards Republicans, Democrats are beginning to seriously worry that low voter turnout among minorities might doom them in next week's midterm elections. But despite his continued appeal to minority voters, many Democrats are steering well clear of President Obama this year. 30 Oct 2014, 5:55 AM PDT

The Question Anti-Quarantine Cheerleaders Haven't Answered

Assuming this is the science, my question for those opposing a 21-day quarantine of travelers from West Africa and health care workers who might have been exposed to Ebola, is this: What if someone who hasn't been quarantined becomes symptomatic in a taxi cab or a movie theatre, at a shopping mall or in a grade school? Suddenly they sneeze, cough or throw up on someone…. 30 Oct 2014, 5:55 AM PDT

Dating Website Sued for Making Fake Lovers

The Federal Trade Commission filed suit against a British-based dating company alleging that it created fake, automated profiles to trick paid members into believing that they were receiving texts from other real people on its several dating websites. 30 Oct 2014, 3:37 AM PDT

Obama Triangulates, Okays some Nuclear Power

After a two-year suspension in issuing nuclear power plant licenses, the U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC) has quietly granted long-term licensing renewals for two Limerick Generating Station Units near Philadelphia. 29 Oct 2014

Gabby Giffords' Gun Control Group Targets Another Female Military Member

Gabby Giffords' gun control group -- Americans for Responsible Solutions (ARS) -- plans to spend the last week before the midterm elections targeting Republican candidate Joni Ernst. She's a Lt. Colonel in the Iowa Army National Guard and is running for U.S. Senate against pro gun-control candidate Rep. Bruce Braley (D-Iowa). 29 Oct 2014

Poll Shows Perdue Surging in Georgia

Republican Senate candidate David Perdue leads his Democratic opponent Michelle Nunn in Georgia, a SurveyUSA/11Alive poll shows. According to the poll, with a “5-point right turn in one of the nation's most high-visibility contests,” David Perdue now leads 48-45 over Nunn. 29 Oct 2014

Scott Walker Surges to 50-43% Lead Over Mary Burke

Two weeks ago, among likely voters, the widely-respected Marquette Law School poll showed the gubernatorial race in Wisconsin all tied up at 47% between Democrat Mary Burke and incumbent Republican Governor Scott Walker. A poll released today, the last before Tuesday's election, shows Walker surging to a 50-43% lead. 29 Oct 2014

Gabby Giffords' Gun Control Tour: Like It Never Happened

Gabby Giffords recently embarked on a nine-state tour around the country to push gun control and gun control candidates. Two weeks later, the Associate Press reports that Giffords has completed her tour, which, judging from the political climate, was rather unremarkable. 29 Oct 2014

Last Frontier! Ted Cruz To Alaska For Dan Sullivan

Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Texas) plans to travel to Alaska this weekend to campaign for Dan Sullivan, the Republican challenger to Democratic Sen. Mark Begich. And another GOP big name will also stump for Sullivan. Former presidential candidate Mitt Romney will also reportedly appear with Sullivan and Alaska Gov. Sean Parnell (R) near Anchorage next week. 29 Oct 2014

Voter ID Debate Is Really About 2000 Recount

What all of this goes back to is the 2000 Florida recount, when a handful of "chads" decided the fate of the state's 25 electoral votes, and hence the presidential contest between George W. Bush and Al J. Gore. In the weeks that followed, Democrats claimed that many black voters had been prevented from voting after finding their names struck from the rolls, following a cleanup (purge) by the Republican Secretary of State in Florida. 29 Oct 2014

Poll: 80% Back Ebola Quarantines

Proving they are paying attention and have much better instincts than their government and elite media overlords, a full 80% of Americans back quarantining American citizens and legal residents after they return from West Africa. This means everyone, whether they are symptomatic or not. Eighty-percent want these folks quarantined until it is a medical certainty the traveler does not have Ebola. 29 Oct 2014

Video: Machine Switches Votes from Republican to Democrat in IL

Video has emerged from Illinois of a "calibration error" that causes voting machines to switch votes from Republican to Democrat. The video, posted on YouTube, purportedly shows voting machines in the public library in Moline, IL registering votes as Democrat when the Republican is clearly the intended choice. 29 Oct 2014

Poll: Hispanic Midterm Voters Favor GOP Senate Takeover

On Tuesday, a new Washington Post/ABC News poll showed that fully half of Hispanics do not believe that it makes a difference who wins the Senate in the 2014 midterm elections. And those who care, the poll showed, heavily favored Republicans – twice as many Hispanics, in fact, thought it would be a positive if Republicans took over the Senate (30 percent) as if Democrats took over the Senate (15 percent). 28 Oct 2014

Dem Rep: Fort Hood Proved Good Guys With Guns Don't Stop Bad Guys With Guns

During an October 27 Congressional debate Representative Tim Bishop (D-NY-01) said his Republican challenger Lee Zeldin's position that more good guys with guns will stop bad guys with guns was proven wrong at Fort Hood, where Bishop says "there were an awful lot of really, really good guys with guns" yet attacks still occurred. 28 Oct 2014

Rankings: Alabama Most Conservative State

Alabama teams (Alabama is currently #3 and Auburn is #4) usually top the college football rankings, but the state is the country's most conservative, according to The Hill's new rankings. 28 Oct 2014

The War on Libertarians and Independents

The U.S. electoral system is a farce. It is controlled with the same mastery with which Coke and Pepsi dominate the soda market. It is sold to the American public as if the free and open exchange of ideas is what’s inside, but the hidden ingredients are toxic to the body politic. 28 Oct 2014

Stephanopoulos To Moderate Final NH Senate Debate -- Despite Ties To Shaheen Operative

MANCHESTER, New Hampshire — ABC News’ George Stephanopoulos, a former aide to former President Bill Clinton, will be moderating the final debate here between incumbent Democratic Sen. Jeanne Shaheen (D-NH) and Republican Scott Brown on Thursday evening. But one thing that’s not known to the public about Stephanopoulos is his longtime personal ties to one of Shaheen’s top political advisers. 28 Oct 2014

Senate Ethics Committee Conveniently Misplaces Reid Ethics Complaint

An easy excuse to not look into the potential ethics violations of a Democratic leader or a clerical error, the conservative watchdog group Cause of Action says it is suspect that the Senate Ethics Committee claims it did not receive the ethics complaint about Sen. Harry Reid (D-NV) that the group sent over 300 days ago. 28 Oct 2014

No One Is Buying Wendy Davis' Memoir

Despite a ton of free elite media attention, the new Wendy Davis memoir, "Forgetting to Be Afraid," is flopping just as hard as the Democrat abortion extremist's bid to be the next governor of Texas. According to Slate, since its release more than 6 weeks ago, "Forgetting to Be Afraid" has sold fewer than 6,000 copies. 28 Oct 2014

Illegal Voters May Decide Fate of Senate

Control of the U.S. Senate is up for grabs on November 4, and illegal voters may tip the balance. Estimates are that more than 14 percent of non-citizens were registered to vote in the elections of 2008 and 2010, and that could now easily exceed the margin of victory in many tight Senate races. 28 Oct 2014

Hagan Surrogate Calls Tillis 'Uncle Tom'

At a campaign event in Charlotte over the weekend featuring former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton and Sen. Kay Hagan (D-NC), a Hagan surrogate called her Republican opponent, state House Speaker Thom Tillis an “Uncle Tom.” 28 Oct 2014

An ACRU (American Civil Rights Union) Report: The Truth About Voter ID

No reform is more necessary for the integrity of the electoral process – and none has been subjected to more savage and disingenuous attacks -- than voter ID laws. Of all these, the most outrageous is the charge that voter ID is the same as Jim Crow -- the racist system that was used to disenfranchise Southern blacks for generations after Reconstruction. 28 Oct 2014

Mary Landrieu: 'Harry Reid Gets Beat Up More Than He Deserves'

In a startling Monday debate statement, embattled Democratic Sen. Mary Landrieu (D-LA) defended one of the U.S. Senate's most unpopular and liberal members, Majority Leader Harry Reid (D-NV), but curiously refused to say whether she would vote to re-elect Reid to his leadership post.   28 Oct 2014

White House Insists Ebola Czar Ron Klain 'Very Hard At Work'

Since he began his job last week, Klain has been largely invisible to the public and to the press, but White House Press Secretary Earnest insists that the former chief of staff for Joe Biden was "very hard at work in coordinating the whole of government approach" to the Ebola crisis. 28 Oct 2014

Stop Selling Women: Backpage.com Getting Away with Sex-Trafficking

Shocking information shows that for years now Backpage.com has been profiting from the exploitation of both women and children through their online classifieds system. But what is even more appalling is that, so far, the site has gone largely unpunished by law enforcement for their facilitation of this despicable criminal activity. The “adult” section of the site has become a horrific hub for the sex trafficking industry as women and children are being illegally sold for sex through classified ads posted to their page. 28 Oct 2014

Judicial Watch's Fast and Furious Breakthrough

Judicial Watch has finally forced the Obama Department of Justice (DOJ) to provide a detailed listing of all the records it has withheld from Congress and the American people about the deadly Operation Fast and Furious scandal and its cover-up. The documents, as we suspected, detail the personal involvement of outgoing Attorney General Eric Holder in managing the DOJ’s media strategy and its response to congressional investigations. 28 Oct 2014

Florida Man Arrested Again for Food Stamp Fraud

Matthew Abu Diab from Volusia County in Florida, already arrested once for food stamp fraud, will be in jail for nine months after buying food stamp cards for a fraction of their price and using the proceeds to stock the shelves of the 4M Food Mart in Daytona Beach. 28 Oct 2014

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