Why Republicans Should Never Play Nice with Democrats

While Republican operatives scramble to appeal to minority voters by shifting positions, they seem to ignore the fact that the greatest obstacle to making inroads in minority communities isn’t policy but perception: the widespread perception, pushed by Democrats, that Republicans are racist, sexist, bigoted homophobes.
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T Minus 50: Looking For Signs of GOP Wave

The midterm elections are 50 days away. In many states, early and absentee voting will begin in the coming days. National polling numbers can hardly get worse for President Obama and the Democrats. Substantive news, whether the economy or foreign affairs, is unlikely to evolve favorably with Obama's policies. In addition, it is hard to imagine a political landscape more favorable to Republicans. Yet, with the election fast approaching, it is still an open question whether the GOP will capture the Senate. What is going on? 15 Sep 2014, 11:37 AM PDT

Ian Paisley: The West's Religious Fanatic

Ulster unionist and Protestant minister Ian Paisley died Friday in Belfast, Northern Ireland. A polarizing political figure, Paisley's death affords partisans of all "colors" the opportunity to absorb and define his legacy. With sectarian violence again engulfing the Middle East and Africa, however, Paisley's life reminds us that the West is not as far removed from religious bigotry as we would like to believe. 15 Sep 2014, 7:37 AM PDT

Scott Brown Also Ran on National Security in 2010

It is too easy to forget that the other issue Brown campaigned on in that election was opposition to the Obama administration’s attempts to try 9/11 mastermind Khaled Sheikh Mohammed, among other terrorists, in a federal court in New York City rather than a military tribunal in Guantanamo Bay. 15 Sep 2014, 7:15 AM PDT

'Comeback Couple' Returns to Iowa: Hillary Teases POTUS Run, Bill Says GOP Doesn't Want Voters to Think

Still two for the price of one? After being dubbed the "comeback couple" (a reference to Bill Clinton's "comeback kid" moniker after his better-than-expected New Hampshire finish during his 1992 presidential campaign) by Sen. Tom Harkin at his final Steak Fry on Sunday, Bill and Hillary Clinton took their road show to Iowa, the state that humbled Hillary Clinton's presidential ambitions in 2008. 14 Sep 2014

'People's Climate March' Tied to International Corporations

The Climate Group, a nonprofit organization with partners like Dell, Ikea, HP, Nike, News Corp., Bloomberg and many governments and cities, is organizing the climate awareness activities. Many important figures of American and foreign governments are expected to make appearances, including President Barack Obama. 14 Sep 2014

Why Republicans Should Never Play Nice with Democrats

While Republican operatives scramble to appeal to minority voters by shifting positions, they seem to ignore the fact that the greatest obstacle to making inroads in minority communities isn’t policy but perception: the widespread perception, pushed by Democrats, that Republicans are racist, sexist, bigoted homophobes. 14 Sep 2014

Jim Webb: The Democrat Hillary Clinton Should Fear Most

The Democrat Hillary Clinton should fear the most has no chance of winning the party's presidential nomination. Freed from the interest groups and power brokers that he loathes and reluctantly played ball with in the Senate, Webb, who was anti-war before Howard Dean and railing against income inequality long before Elizabeth Warren, would instantly bracket Clinton from the right on cultural issues and the left on economic issues. 14 Sep 2014

NYT: 'Assault Weapons' A 'Myth' Democrats Created In 1990s

On September 13, the 20th anniversary of the signing of the federal assault weapons ban, The New York Times ran a column explaining that the very term "assault weapon" is one the "Democrats created" in the 1990s in order to ban "a politically defined category of guns." 14 Sep 2014

Poll: Record Lows for Obama on Foreign Policy, Americans Feeling Safe

In the latest Wall Street Journal/NBC News poll, President Obama has hit his lowest ever approval numbers on the issue of foreign policy. With only 32% of Americans approving and a whopping 62% disapproving, Obama topped the record he set just last month when he sat at an already abysmal 36-60%. Currently Obama is an astonishing 30 points underwater. 13 Sep 2014

A Politicized Justice Department

The latest twist to the ever-evolving IRS political targeting scandal, which began over a year ago now, would have been even bigger news this week were it not for the ISIS terrorist threat. 13 Sep 2014

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