ELECTIONS

Attention “Old School” Democrats. Your Party Has Gone AWOL!

Posted on Thursday August 10, 2017 No Comments ››

Missouri Sen. Claire McCaskill (D). In yet another indication of just how far left today’s Democratic Party and voter “base” have moved, consider Missouri’s so-called “moderate” senior Senator Claire McCaskill, a seasoned politician with an extensive resume of State- and Federal-level offices held. McCaskill is now serving her second term in the U.S. Senate, courtesy of former ...

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Bernie’s New self-Hating “Jewish Outreach Director” has Extensive anti-Israel History

Posted on Wednesday April 13, 2016 No Comments ››

UC Berkeley alum (no surprise there) Simone Zimmerman, Sanders' newly hired Jewish outreach director, wrote an expletive-laden Facebook post last year that condemned Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu as a mass-murderer. Zimmerman is a young anti-Israel activist with a history of support for the BDS movement. She recently condemned Hillary Clinton’s speech to the AIPAC conference as “racist and ...

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Good News: Democrats Fear Primary Mess in Illinois Senate Race

Posted on Friday January 23, 2015 No Comments ››

While it is usually the Republicans that find themselves in protracted primaries, often with clear divisions along ideological lines, the tables may turn in Illinois in 2016 as pro-Israel stalwart Republican Senator Mark Kirk looks to defend perhaps the toughest GOP Senate seat in the country: President Obama carried this generally solid blue state by 17 ...

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House Majority Leader Eric Cantor (R-VA) Loses Primary In Stunning Upset

Posted on Tuesday June 10, 2014 No Comments ››

Though there was a bit of writing on the Wall, this Monumental Upset Came out of "Left Field" to stun the GOP and, Frankly, all of Washington As USA Today reported earlier, The demise of the Tea Party has been greatly exaggerated.  Cantor, 51, was first elected to Congress in 2001 and became the majority leader in ...

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Trey Radel to resign House seat

Posted on Monday January 27, 2014 No Comments ››

Radel's Political Demise is a Disappointment to Many, but Resignation is the Right and Only Move Under the Circumstances.   By: Jake Sherman and Alex Isenstadt January 27, 2014 08:14 AM ESTAs first reported in Politico today, Rep. Trey Radel (R-Fla.) will resign from Congress on Monday, according to multiple sources. Radel, 37, was caught buying cocaine last year ...

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