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Where Do We Go From Here–After the Midterm?

Where Do We Go From Here–After the Midterm?

What the Republicans accomplished in the 2014 midterm elections is truly of historic proportions. When one looks at the gains in the Senate, in the House, in governorships and in state legislatures, it is not only a wave election, but a clear and resounding a repudiation of a set of policies as we have ever […]

Chip Bok: Panic Attack—Help us keep the Chip on board!

Chip Bok: Panic Attack—Help us keep the Chip on board!

Dirty tricks and politics–the GOP vs the Tea Party

Dirty tricks and politics–the GOP vs the Tea Party

  .   HERE’S HOW THE REPUBLICAN PARTY’S DIRTY ELECTION TRICKS WORKS: “The scope of the effort to suppress activist-backed candidates has been broader and costlier than is widely understood, covering at least 20 House and Senate primaries from North Carolina to California, and from coastal Mississippi to the outer tip of Long Island. The […]

Who really won?

Who really won?

Viewpoint- Guest Editorial By Dennis Brown As usual, the chattering class got it wrong.  The common wisdom is that the government shutdown was a disaster for the Tea Party. It damaged their brand. They surrendered. People hate them. Their influence in the Republican Party has deteriorated.  But look a little deeper.  After the second election […]