Star Is Born?: ‘Great Campaigner' Joni Ernst on Verge of Huge Upset in Iowa

Ernst was the only candidate of the cycle who managed to thread the needle of the GOP's internal factions, endorsed by Sarah Palin and Mitt Romney, Senate Conservatives Fund and the Chamber of Commerce. Now she's ahead 6 points in the most recent Des Moines Register poll and very close to pulling off what a year ago would have been considered a huge political upset against the experienced Braley.
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Secret Service Director: 'Mistakes Were Made'

“We all are outraged within the Secret Service of how this incident came to pass and that is why I have asked for a full review,” Pierson said. “It is obvious that mistakes were made, it’s self-evident that mistakes were made.” 30 Sep 2014, 9:42 AM PDT

Supreme Court Allows Ohio Voter Fraud Prevention Law to Take Effect

On Monday, Breitbart News reported that the United States Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals effectively blocked new election integrity laws in Ohio designed to target voter fraud. On Tuesday, the United States Supreme Court effectively reversed that decision and allowed Ohio's new election integrity laws to take effect. 30 Sep 2014, 9:31 AM PDT

National Home School Organization to 'Vigorously Oppose' Use of Newtown Shooting to Control Homeschoolers

The Home School Legal Defense Association (HSLDA) states that it will “vigorously oppose” any efforts to involve homeschoolers in Connecticut in involuntary mental health screenings as a result of a recommendation by the Sandy Hook Advisory Commission, a task force that cited the Newtown shooting as a reason for tighter control on homeschoolers. 30 Sep 2014, 5:44 AM PDT

New York City Red Light Camera Issues 1,551 Tickets in One Day

City officials across the country claim that red light cameras are for "safety." Critics, though, claim they are just another way for a city to raise money. Officials in New York City might find it hard to deny the critics after it was reported that one city red light camera resulted in over 1,500 tickets in one day this year. 30 Sep 2014, 5:35 AM PDT

Review: GOP 2016 Discussion Begins with Joel Pollak's 'Wacko Birds'

On the day after November's midterm elections, the political world will instantly shift its focus and attention to 2016. And because Hillary Clinton is the clear frontrunner for the Democrats, most of the action--and chatter--will be on the Republican side, where the battle between Tea Party conservatives and establishment Republicans will rage again. Joel Pollak's new book, Wacko Birds: The Fall (and Rise) of the Tea Party, is the perfect place to start that discussion. 29 Sep 2014

Rob Maness: I Oppose All Forms of Amnesty Unlike Mary Landrieu & Bill Cassidy

On Breitbart News Sunday, conservative Louisiana Senate candidate Rob Maness said that unlike incumbent Sen. Mary Landrieu (D-LA) and establishment Republican candidate Rep. Bill Cassidy (R-LA), he is opposed to amnesty for illegal immigrants. He also said his 32 years in the Air Force will allow him to better understand national security issues than either Cassidy or Landrieu.  29 Sep 2014

Louisiana Sen. Mary Landrieu Applauds Common Core Standards

Incumbent U.S. Sen. Mary Landrieu (D-LA), who is in a fight to keep her Senate seat against retired Air Force Col. Rob Maness (R) and U.S. Rep. Bill Cassidy (R), told Daily World she is passionate about the Common Core’s ability to lift Louisiana out of last place in national education rankings. 29 Sep 2014

T Minus 36: GOP Begins Breakout From Stalemate

The midterm elections, despite months of news coverage and media battles, are only now wrapping up the pre-season. The campaigns begin in earnest this week, as a critical fundraising deadline passes and voters only now begin paying real attention to the critical contests. Democrats, with a horde of cash, fought the pre-season to a draw or a slim decision-on-points. Despite its numerous missteps, the Republicans are beginning to breakout of the political stalemate. 29 Sep 2014

Star Is Born?: ‘Great Campaigner' Joni Ernst on Verge of Huge Upset in Iowa

Ernst was the only candidate of the cycle who managed to thread the needle of the GOP's internal factions, endorsed by Sarah Palin and Mitt Romney, Senate Conservatives Fund and the Chamber of Commerce. Now she's ahead 6 points in the most recent Des Moines Register poll and very close to pulling off what a year ago would have been considered a huge political upset against the experienced Braley. 29 Sep 2014

Five Forces That Will Shape the 21st Century

President Obama recently proclaimed climate change, more than any issue, will define the contours of the 21st Century. Powerful men searching for legacy often evoke grand challenges and personal solutions, but climate change is only one of several forces that will make civilization different 100 years from now. 29 Sep 2014

Colorado Teachers' Union President Thanks NEA for Help with 'Hostile School Boards'

Speaking at the National Education Association (NEA) Representative Assembly at the Colorado Convention Center in Denver on July 3rd, Colorado Education Association (CEA) President Kerrie Dallman referred to the school district of Jefferson County (JeffCo) – where teachers have staged a “sick-out” and students left classes to protest throughout last week – as one of three in her state in which the teachers’ union was “working against hostile school boards.” 29 Sep 2014

Obama: Democrats Can Hold the Senate

President Obama appeared bullish about the possibility of Democrats to keep a majority in the Senate, in spite of recent polls showing Republicans taking the lead in a number of key states. 29 Sep 2014

Why Andrew Breitbart, and the Tea Party, Chose a Different Path to Power

In my new book, Wacko Birds: The Fall (and Rise) of the Tea Party, I document the political history of the movement that changed American politics. The Tea Party remains one of the most unique opposition forces in the world. Unlike protest movements in Europe--and Occupy Wall Street in the U.S.--the Tea Party marched for less government, not more. And unlike many other movements, the Tea Party often shunned political power. 28 Sep 2014

Obama Concedes U.S. Enemies Trying to Exploit Ferguson Unrest

After making an apparent comparison between the unrest in the Middle East and Ferguson, Missouri at the United Nations, President Barack Obama acknowledged on Saturday that America's enemies have been more than happy to exploit Ferguson to stick it to the United States and deflect attention from their human rights abuses. 28 Sep 2014

'Wacko Birds' Author: Liberals, Media Hate Palin for Embracing Faith, Family, Career

In a book that thoroughly examines the successes and failures of the Tea Party in the age of Obama, Breitbart News Senior Editor-at-Large Joel Pollak's chapter on former Alaska Governor Sarah Palin shows why Palin unmasked the media's biases against conservatives just like Barack Obama exposed the media's biases for liberals, especially those Obama's mold. 28 Sep 2014

Parents: Colorado Teacher Censored Views On Fracking For Middle School Students

Student protestors in Jefferson County (JeffCo), Colorado have walked out of classes this past week, claiming that a reform-minded school board member’s proposal to review the new A.P. U.S. History curriculum (APUSH) intended to censor their views. Last year, however, parents accused a teacher at a JeffCo middle school of presenting only one side of the story on fracking. 28 Sep 2014

Authorities: Police Officer Shot in Ferguson

FERGUSON, Mo. (AP) — Authorities said a police officer was shot Saturday night in Ferguson, Missouri, the scene of racial unrest in the wake of the August shooting death of an unarmed black 18-year-old by a white police officer. 28 Sep 2014

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