The numbers still show an exceptionally close Senate race in Nevada. They also show that a different GOP nominee would have meant a very different scenario.
Sarah Palin’s decision to back a long-shot candidate in the GOP Senate primary in Alaska didn’t exactly work out as planned.
Harry Reid has spent the summer trying to portray is opponent as a kook. So far, it’s working.
Sharron Angle’s views about the role of religion in politics are disturbingly similar to those of people who believe that the Bible itself should be the law of the land.
Sharron Angle has moved on from Second Amendment solutions to First Commandment ones…
Despite her mis-steps, Sharron Angle still has a shot at beating Harry Reid in November
As the campaign in Kentucky heats up for the final sprint to November, Rand Paul seems to have succeeded in moving beyond many of the mis-steps that plagued him three months ago.
American Conservatism has changed significantly since the days of William F. Buckley Jr. One former National Review editor says that it’s changed for the worse.
Angle is smartly focusing her commercials on the economy, and it is helping her numbers.
Some Republicans in Congress are worried they won’t be able to control the future Congressmen and Senators that the Tea Party might be sending to Washington.
No, the founding fathers of the United States were not “very afraid of a central government.” Indeed, such an assertion makes no sense.
If one wants to be a US Senator, one is going to have to learn to talk to the press.