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Griffith hits Boucher on Cap and Trade vote

Rep. Rick Boucher (D-VA), running for re-election in Virginia’s 9th Congressional district, is taking heat from his challenger, Morgan Griffith, for his support of the cap and trade. Griffith, who is putting up a strong challenge to Boucher, says that the vote to support cap and trade is a betrayal...

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Majority of Americans think Tea Party movement good for country

Two recent polls show a majority of Americans now view the Tea Party movement as a positive influence in the public square. 54% of Americans feel that the Tea Party movement has been good for U.S. politics, showing it has become a powerful part of the American political system with potential...

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Liberals falsely attack on outsourcing while keeping American corporate money overseas

Liberals have resorted to desperate political attack ads that have already been proven totally false. The Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee released a series of advertisements claiming that opposition to tax increases is support for sending jobs to China and India. The DCCC’s claim, which was proven false by FactCheck.org several...

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Pence urges no compromise allowing more spending and debt

Rep. Mike Pence, the third ranking Republican in the House, says that the GOP congresses of the past compromised too much. This is a warning to GOP members who are indicating that they are willing to work with the Obama administration to avoid gridlock. Pence, a favorite of many conservative...

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Fannie and Freddie’s tab could cost taxpayers $363 billion

A federal regulator estimates that the bailout of Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac could end up at $363 billion. That number is double the current investment of $148 billion of taxpayer money in these groups. This means that these government backed agencies, after being exempted from financial reform regulations, will...

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Early voting shows bad news for Democrats

Early voting shows that more Republicans have already voted than Democrats in key swing states like Colorado and Nevada. This is bad news for the Democrats, since data shows that, so far, Democrats are underperforming in several key districts. This could be an indication that Democrat voters are staying home...

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Colorado’s Buck will stand by principles

Ken Buck, the Republican candidate for Senate in Colorado, promised that if elected, he will not make compromises on his principles. Buck, who became a conservative favorite in order to win the nomination, is in a tight race against incumbent Michael Bennet. He said that, while willing to work with...

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DeMint throws support behind Raese in West Virginia Senate race

Senator Jim DeMint (R-SC) has endorsed John Raese in the race to replace the late Sen. Robert Byrd in West Virginia. DeMint, as the head of the Senate Conservative Fund, said that Raese is “a principled conservative leader who has a strong chance of winning this critical race and really...

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Noem Takes Narrow Lead for South Dakota’s At Large Seat

Kristi Noem, a grassroots favorite and Republican nominee, has taken a 3% lead over incumbent Democrat Stephanie Herseth-Sandlin. This race has been extremely close over the last few months, with Noem regaining the lead after briefly losing it. This race is considered important because if Herseth-Sandlin cannot survive this wave,...

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Dueling Polls in Colorado Senate Race

Two polls paint two very different pictures of the hotly contested Colorado Senate race between incumbent Democrat Michael Bennet and Republican nominee Ken Buck. A recent Reuters/Ipsos polls shows Buck, who attained the GOP nomination with the help of the Tea Party, leading Bennet by 9%, with 10% undecided. The...

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