Anita MonCrief

Anita MonCrief

Who's Afraid of Michele Bachmann?

Who's Afraid of Michele Bachmann?

Who’s afraid of Congresswoman Michele Bachmann? The entire range of far-left activists, apparently. Bachmann (R-MN) is currently the target of an aggressive campaign sponsored by a leftist organization, People for the American Way. Its immediate objective is to get House

ACORN Fundraiser's Journo Org Smears True the Vote

ACORN Fundraiser's Journo Org Smears True the Vote

In what appears to be a preview of the race-obsessed, biased “news reporting” of the future, two college students, AJ Vicens & Natasha Khan, manage to further the partisan agenda of vote fraud deniers while languishing over imagined racial injustice.

Redistricting Is Driving Attempts at Voter Fraud

In the final days leading up to Tuesday’s critical vote, reports are making the rounds on the Internet that Democrats have acknowledged that they will lose the House of Representatives.. “[John] Kerry was touring Boston Medical Center and decided to

Introducing the Voter Fraud App

Across the country, states like Nevada, Texas, Colorado, Missouri and Arizona have begun to report issues regarding possible voter fraud in their state. With claims of voter fraud continuing to come in, American Majority Action announced today it will launch

Facts Obama Doesn't Want You to Connect

What really happened during the 2008 elections? Recent information regarding the primary caucuses paints the picture of a campaign that would stop at nothing to win. A campaign that was willing to strong arm candidates and volunteers in order to

Why Georgia's 12th CD Should be on Everyone's Mind

When Howard Dean implemented his “50 State Strategy” most, including some in his own party, considered his plan to be unworkable and more importantly “unwinnable”. After the resounding sweep of the Democrats in 2006 and Obama in 2008, the RNC

Organizing for America and the DNC: ACORN 2.0

If elections were like football games, this would be your two minute warning. All of the passion, energy and renewed interest in politics that propelled the tea party movement of 2009 opens the door to a new level of involvement.

Post Party Summits: Taking the Fight to the Ballot Box

As President Obama vacationed in North Carolina this past weekend, concerned Americans decided to dedicate their time to freedom. The Post-Party Summits, hosted by American Majority, Smart Girl Politics and RedState, kicked off the first Summit in Pittsburgh, PA on

Inside ACORN'S Political Plans: Ensuring a Democrat Majority

According to a report from Ohio today, a member of the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee has asked the ACORN-tainted Ohio Secretary of State, Jennifer Brunner, to investigation ACORN’s voter registration work in the state. “U.S. Rep. Jim Jordan

Obama's ACORN Connection Can't Survive Inspection

Media Matters continues to try to provide cover for the public flogging ACORN has received as a result of investigative videos which showed ACORN employees giving advice on a number of illegal activities including human trafficking, child prostitution, bank fraud,

Bertha Lewis and the Campaign to DeFox America

Bertha Lewis of ACORN appears to be tired of losing arguments, credibility, and government funding. With her “colleagues” at the White House behind her and the memory of being forced off her talking points fresh in her mind, Bertha Lewis

From the Archives II: ACORN Corruption Runs Deep

In politics the media seems to have a tier system for how they report on scandals. Republicans who fall from grace are vilified. They are the butts of countless inappropriate jokes and cartoons and expected never to be heard from

From the Archives: ACORN Corruption Runs Deep

In what obviously was part of a concerted effort, former President Bill Clinton appeared recently on Sunday’s Meet the Press to discuss – wait for it – the “real” forces behind President Obama’s falling poll numbers and increasing opposition: Former

ACORN and SEIU: Anatomy of a Shakedown

Across America community organizations operate in impoverished, disadvantaged, low-income or minority communities. No matter the phrase used to describe the special interest, a group exists to represent it. Often these organizations initially have good intentions and seek to give back