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Russ Belli-Estreito
by | Mar 31, 2014

The number of villains Democrats can use in fundraising letters just grew by one. Nate Silver, who correctly predicted how each state would vote in the 2012 presidential election, has joined the likes of the sinister Koch brothers after forecasting a…

by | Mar 27, 2014

If a Republican wins a Senate seat in West Virginia, it will be the first time this has happened since 1956. This bit of political trivia shouldn’t discourage conservatives in 2014. Since last September, Republican Congresswoman Shelley Moore Capito has…

by | Mar 25, 2014

Senate candidate Greg Brannon will find a way to relate any subject back to the Constitution. Often he sounds just one step away from donning a powdered wig and dressing in colonial garb. Yet his passion to restore the federal…

by | Mar 25, 2014

Following Bridgegate, Rand Paul emerged in the 2016 spotlight and Chris Christie retired to the shadows. Debates on Paul’s foreign policy, his positions on social issues, and his attempt at broader conservative outreach at places like UC Berkeley have been front…

by | Mar 21, 2014

While the GOP, hopeful of capturing the Senate, focuses on vulnerable Democrats who voted for Obamacare, the left reminds Republicans of the significance of the word “net” in their goal of a net-six win this year.  Democrats have Georgia in…

by | Mar 19, 2014

David Brooks rightly holds that the evolutionary picture of human nature is inadequate: [The] strictly evolutionary view of human nature sells humanity short. It leaves the impression that we are just slightly higher animals — thousands of years of evolutionary processes capped…

by | Mar 18, 2014

With Rand Paul’s declaration today that the GOP must “agree to disagee on social issues,” social conservatives are questioning just how effective the Republican Party can be on the issue of same-sex marriage. Last Tuesday, a panel of conservatives hosted by the Manhattan Institute…

by | Mar 13, 2014

Washington Post columnist Dana Milbank is accusing NRCC Chairman Greg Walden of flip-flopping on the clout of David Jolly’s recent Florida election win. Prior to Jolly’s win, Walden said: Whether we win it or lose it, the special elections aren’t too predictive for either side…

by | Mar 11, 2014

Headlines that Mitch McConnell wants to “crush” the Tea Party are spreading across conservative websites. But the New York Times article, which quotes McConnell, is—of shock to no one—misleading. The piece opens by providing a background of 2010 and 2012…

by | Mar 11, 2014

Florida is a notoriously purple state, and the 13th Congressional District mirrors the state’s battleground status. Pundits have argued that tonight’s special election will measure how much Obama’s low popularity numbers will affect vulnerable Senate Democrats in 2014. Specifically, the…

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