Governor Dannel P. Malloy (D-CT) has a brilliant idea to help fix his state’s budget shortfall: Got a coupon for 30% a Blu-Ray player? If the Connecticut governor gets his way, you’d still be paying sales tax on that player’s full price. Governor Dannel P. Malloy isn’t earning many fans with his proposal, one of [...]
Courtesy of the Huffington Post: WASHINGTON — At a private meeting on Tuesday afternoon, George Soros, a longtime supporter of progressive causes, voiced blunt criticism of the Obama administration, going so far as to suggest that Democratic donors direct their support somewhere other than the president. The Hungarian-American financier was speaking to a small side [...]
If you are interested in politics at all, you should read this post, in which the author (nom de plume “Zombie”) explains just how redistricting works and why the real story of last week’s election is the massive Republican gain in statehouses across the country. What makes things complicated is that not every state is [...]
…a certain someone may be planning a rematch: PORT MORESBY – US SECRETARY of State Hillary Clinton vowed to work with the new Republican-led House of Representatives as she prepared to leave Papua New Guinea on Wednesday during an Asia-Pacific tour. . . . ‘You can build coalitions and you can make your case and [...]
It’s about 11:30 pm (Mountain Time), and several key races are still undecided (including Senate races in Colorado, Washington and Alaska), but here are my initial thoughts. First, the most significant story (IMHO) is the gap between how Republicans did in the Senate and how they did everywhere else. Make no mistake: the 6-seat gain [...]
This has been a test of the 2010 Midterm Elections Emergency Broadcasting System. In case of an actual October Surprise by the increasingly desperate Democratic Party, you will be presented with a set of links describing and critiquing it. We now return you to your regularly scheduled broadcast.