Archive for July, 2006

Eating Our Own

Monday, July 31st, 2006

The Florida Republican Party has officially refused to back the candidacy of Rep. Katherine Harris, the Associated Press reports today. Though not surprising given the treatment that she has received since she entered the race last summer, it remains appauling that a state Party, whose sole job is to elect candidates of their Party […]

All Over But the….

Thursday, July 27th, 2006

In Virginia, that is.  Three polls (two of which were not interactive, and therefore are credible) have been released showing incumbent Sen. George Allen at about 50% and with a ten point lead.  The default vote in Virginia still goes Republican, and Democrats have much higher priorities than this one.  The next election Sen. Allen […]

Chafee Troubles Continue

Wednesday, July 26th, 2006

Via Sixers: Embattled RINO incumbent Sen. Lincoln Chafee, who has already voted against Republicans for both of the other branches of government, has apparently made yet another error.  The Chafee campaign, knowing that he could not win in a primary decided by Republicans, went out of its way to have Democrats change their registrations in […]

Wictory Wednesday Goes Rocky Mountain Climbing

Wednesday, July 26th, 2006

Doug Lamborn is a solid conservative running in Colorado 5.  He has a history of fiscal restraint.  He supports reforming education to give more choices to parents instead of dumping more money into a bloated bureaucracy.  He believes there should be little to no federal role in education as those decisions should be left to […]

Candidate Errs, but not on Policy

Tuesday, July 25th, 2006

Maryland Lt. Gov. Michael Steele has decided to acknowledge that he was the mystery candidate behind this Washington Post story.  Unfortunately, it seems as though Steele was ashamed and afraid to speak the truth.  In fact, in criticising the GOP, saying, “You don´t go to Congress to become the Party that you´ve been fighting for […]

Thanks Congressman, Sort Of

Monday, July 24th, 2006

Congressman Nancy Johnson today did her part to help and hinder the quickly-sinking campaign of Sen. Joe Lieberman.  Offering praise for the Senator, calling him “good for Connecticut”, she criticized GOP nominee Alan Schlesinger.  The help, if it can be called that, is just about the last thing Lieberman needs as he attempts to fend […]

Sticking It to the French, Again

Sunday, July 23rd, 2006

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Congratulations to Floyd Landis, the latest American winner of the Tour de France.  In case you were wondering, France´s top rider finished seventh, 8:41 behind Landis.  USA! USA!

Senate Dems Defend Sexual Predators

Friday, July 21st, 2006

Making a new addendum to their anti-family agenda, Senate Democrats are now opposing legislation that would make it a crime to transport a minor across state lines in circumvention of homestate law to obtain an abortion without the knowledge of a parent.  The reason for this is that the lucrative abortion industry is afraid of losing the […]

Desperate Times, Desperate Measures

Thursday, July 20th, 2006

With polls showing former Rep. Ed Bryant closing quickly on RINO Bob Corker, Corker has decided to dump an additional $1.7 million of his own into his fledgling campaign.  The decision comes as no surprise as former Reps. Bryant and Van Hilleary have toured the state telling the truth about Bob Corker’s liberal inclinations for […]

Wictory Wednesday

Wednesday, July 19th, 2006

Last week was the House, so this week, we’re going with a Senate race. Looking at campaigns around the country, this week we’re supporting Mike DeWine of Ohio. You may recall RFK Jr’s Ohio stolen votes story from Rolling Stone, which was debunked as bogus. Well you know what they say, “Repeat a big lie […]