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Obama Is Crumbling, Part 6: Hurricane

Posted: October 31, 2012 at 4:01 am   /   Elections, Politics

Yesterday’s hurricane hit the east coast hard, and our hearts go out to all those who have suffered, lost, and are dealing with the aftermath. It was truly a massive storm, and the cleanup will take some time. Because of Hurricane Sandy, we had less national polling to look at yesterday, and there will probably […]

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Obama Is Crumbling, Part 5: Slipping Away

Posted: October 30, 2012 at 6:20 am   /   Elections, Politics

Commentators who are uncomfortable predicting the outcome of the election with 100% surety, but who nonetheless see an unmistakable trend, find ourselves compelled to add disclaimers such as, “It’s not over until it’s over” to pieces like these. And in a way, it is reasonable. Barack Obama could still win. The media has done an incredible […]

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Prop 121 faces broad, bipartisan rejection

Posted: October 29, 2012 at 4:00 pm   /   Arizona, Elections, Politics

The only thing that every political party in Arizona can agree on seems to be this:  that open primaries, as implemented by Prop 121, are a disaster best avoided.  Every major and minor organized political party in the state seems to have found good reasons to oppose the Open Elections, Open Government initiative. Governor Jan […]

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Video: Conservatism is Calling

Posted: October 29, 2012 at 3:30 pm   /   Elections, Features, Politics, Top Stories, Videos

Here is a fine 7-minute video on Conservatism that is directed toward Democrats, Independents, and Republicans alike. Barack Obama’s blatant pursuit of Statism has given birth to a restored and renewed Conservative movement that is pushing back toward Constitutionally limited government, free markets, and fiscal responsibility.  This movement will not go away, no matter how […]

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Obama Is Crumbling, Part 4: One Week to Go

Posted: October 29, 2012 at 4:14 am   /   Elections, Politics

Parts 1, 2, and 3: Obama Is Crumbling: The Denver Shark-Jump Obama Is Crumbling, Part 2: Polls and Stats Obama Is Crumbling, Part 3: The signs are building   More on Ohio There are a lot of different analyses suggesting that the polls of Ohio (an perhaps a lot of states) are not showing an […]

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Obama Is Crumbling, Part 3: The signs are building

Posted: October 28, 2012 at 6:45 am   /   Elections, Politics

Everyone say it with me: preference cascade. It’s the moment when a population realizes that it’s okay to oppose the existing leader . . . and then it begins to do so in overwhelming numbers. We won’t see all the signs of it in America, because our media are averting their eyes from it. But […]

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Obama Is Crumbling, Part 2: Polls and Stats

Posted: October 27, 2012 at 4:09 am   /   Elections, Politics

Romney is very likely win Ohio. Yes, the polls are showing it tied or giving Obama a slight lead. But as the increasingly indispensable Josh Jordan points out in Why Romney Doesn’t Need a Poll Lead in Ohio, the polls are definitely understating Romney’s strength there. He provides several reasons, all of which are worth […]

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Obama’s war on small business

Posted: October 26, 2012 at 3:45 pm   /   Elections, Politics, Videos

“Obama’s policies are the problem.”

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New poll shows steep uphill climb Arizona Democrats face

Posted: October 26, 2012 at 10:31 am   /   Arizona, Elections, Politics

The latest poll findings from Rasmussen make it seem like many of the Democrats’ ambitions for this year’s election in Arizona are nothing but pure fantasy. Take the U.S. Senate race, for example, which is probably the marquee race in a state that will not be competitive in the presidential election.  Self-proclaimed moderate and registered […]

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