Tea Party Republicans are the Real RINOs?

Mainstream Republican Thad Cochran edged out a win against Tea Party candidate Chris McDaniel in a Mississippi runoff election on Tuesday—by mobilizing thousands of Democratic voters. Wait, what? Yes, Cochran asked Democratic voters to vote in a Republican primary so they could keep the Tea Party out of power. After the loss, McDaniel commented on the dirty tactic: There is something a bit unusual about a Republican primary decided by liberal Democrats. I guess they can take some consolation that Read more […]

Anti-Obamacare Republican David Jolly Wins Florida Special Election for House Seat

Charles William Young, better known to many as Bill Young was first elected to the US House of Representatives in 1971, where he represented the people of the sunshine state of Florida.  At the beginning of last October, Young was admitted to Walter Reed Hospital suffering from a broken hip and fractured pelvis.  Young also suffered from a blood cancer concentrated in the bone marrow that caused his bones to become very brittle, which prevented the doctors from being able to surgically repair his Read more […]

Newly Elected Republican Mayor of Annapolis May Be Stripped of Power By Democrats

What do Democrats do when they don’t get their way?  They pout, sulk and then decide to change the rules so that they win even when they lose. Such is the case in Annapolis, Maryland, where Democrats have held the mayor’s office since 1997.  In the recent election, Democratic incumbent Mayor Josh Cohen ran for re-election.  He was challenged by Republican Mike Pantelides, who when the votes had been counted, found himself to be the newly elected mayor of Annapolis. The defeat has not Read more […]

Colin Powell And The “Media Republicans.”

I’m not an easily demoralized person; it takes a pretty big hit to knock me to the floor. That being said, I have become more and more disheartened with some in the Republican Party during this past election cycle and going into the new year. I’ve noticed that it’s getting more difficult to remain unscarred by the political machine. Colin Powell is adding to my scar tissue with his latest remarks. Now, Colin Powell–ever since his first endorsement of Barack Obama back in 2008–is certainly Read more […]