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Public Utility Attempting to Buy Arizona Elections
  28 Jul 2014     9:03 am      Rachel Alexander

What’s happening in Arizona right now is sufficient to make every conservative shudder.  And I’m not talking about the border crisis. I am talking about the state’s largest regulated utility, Arizona Public Service (APS). APS is literally attempting to purchase its regulators in the state’s August 26thRepublican primary (early ballots go out this week). If successful, the implications are national, especially for fledgling solar power, and crony capitalism will have a new model that will boomerang on the Republican Party.
First, a little background. APS has concluded that too much energy …

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Kitsap County Prosecutor’s Forum: Three Vie to Replace Gun-Grabbing Democratic Prosecutor Russ Hauge
  24 Jul 2014     7:34 pm      Rachel Alexander

Bruce Danielson

Incumbent Russ Hauge

Tuesday night I watched a forum with the four candidates running for Kitsap County Prosecutor, in the county where I grew up, just outside of Seattle. It was apparent to me that all three of the challengers saw an opportunity to defeat the Democrat incumbent, Russ Hauge, primarily due to his 15-year selective targeting of a local gun club, which I wrote about here.
I am supporting conservative challenger Bruce Danielson, who is running as an Independent. There is a Republican in the race, public defender Tina Robinson, …

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Shadowy Political Organizations Making Money Off Conservative Candidates
  21 Jul 2014     11:36 am      Rachel Alexander

You’ve seen the ads, luring you to a website if you support Col. Allen West or another conservative running for office. They’re flashy and loud and all over the Internet. But where is the money going? Many political activists find themselves frustrated at putting in long hours working unpaid on campaigns, while a few consultants at the top of the food chain are raking in disproportionately big bucks.
The Center for Public Integrity, which has been investigating the spending habits of 300 super PACs and hybrid PACs, concluded, “Many of these …

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Dr. Carson: With Obama Foreign Policy The World is ‘Like a Third-Grade Class With No Teacher In It’
  20 Jul 2014     12:06 pm      Warner Todd Huston

Dr. Ben Carson is still noodleing around with the idea of running for the GOP nomination for President in 2016, but in the meantime he continues to speak out about this most worthless of all US Presidents. This time he properly noted that with Obama in charge of US foreign policy the world is “like a third-grade class with no teacher in it.”

Dr. Carson is dead-on right with this:

Dr. Ben Carson drew shouts of ‘Run, Ben, Run!’ Friday night with a double-barreled attack on the Barack Obama presidency that included …

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Defiant: New Hampshire GOP Establishment Gov. Candidate Calls Tea Partiers ‘Teabaggers’
  10 Jul 2014     8:01 pm      Warner Todd Huston

New Hampshire GOP establishment has foisted Walt Havenstein on the state as the Republican candidate for Governor. But, typical of these establishment types, it seems that they have more contempt for people on their own side than they do for the real enemy; the Democrats. Havenstein, for instance, calls you Tea Partiers the disgusting name “teabaggers.” Not only that but he refuses to apologize for his slander.
Havenstein was recorded on video calling members of the Tea Party “teabaggers” at talk he gave a few years ago at the University of …

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Whiny College Students Claim Discrimination Over NC Voter ID Law
  6 Jul 2014     8:23 am      William Teach

The funniest part about all these voter ID lawsuits is that the groups suing could use all the money they’re spending to purchase legal state ID cards for everyone
(NY Times) Joining a challenge to a state law alongside the N.A.A.C.P., the American Civil Liberties Union and the Justice Department, lawyers for seven college students and three voter-registration advocates are making the novel constitutional argument that the law violates the 26th Amendment, which lowered the voting age to 18 from 21. The amendment also declares that the right to vote “shall …

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Conservative Andrew Thomas Likely to Become Arizona’s Next Governor
  30 Jun 2014     8:59 am      Rachel Alexander

With Arizona’s Governor Jan Brewer term limited, a crowded field of Republicans has emerged hoping to replace her in 2015. The liberal media can’t make up its mind which of the more moderate to liberal candidates it prefers, so those four are all being touted as frontrunners. Various contradictory polls from groups with agendas have been released, with wildly humorous results.
The most conservative candidate in the race, former Maricopa County Attorney Andrew Thomas,  a Harvard Law educated author, has gained the support of the conservative base, tea party and grassroots. …

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Hillary Fired for Lying & Obstruction During Nixon Years
  29 Jun 2014     10:08 am      Warner Todd Huston

Hillary Clinton was once in the Department of Justice during the Nixon years. But according to a new book the “smartest woman in the world” got fired for lying, shoddy legal work, obstruction, and a series of other dodgy actions.

The new book by top Nixon aide Roger Stone entitled Nixon’s Secrets slams Hillary as a total fraud, even a criminal.

Stone — a Nixon staffer who is so partisan he has a tattoo of his old boss’ face on his back — reports that Clinton was fired as a staff lawyer …

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STOLEN ELECTION IN MISSISSIPPI? McDaniel Supporters Barred From Continuing To Review Voter Rolls AFTER Fraud Found
  28 Jun 2014     10:47 am      Warner Todd Huston

After the GOP establishment threw the race card and cajoled Democrats to come vote for incumbent Republican Thad Cochran in the Mississippi primary, now his opponent, Chris McDaniel, says he has found multiple districts where vote fraud occurred essentially stealing the election away from him.

Jim Hoft has the details…

The Chris McDaniel campaign identified multiple Mississippi counties in which enough improper ballots were cast that a legal challenge to the outcome of the election is warranted.
This comes after 25,000-35,000 Democrat votes helped push Thad Cochran to victory over Chris McDaniel (by …

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Virginia Betrayal: The Republicans’ False Claim of Party Unity
  27 Jun 2014     4:21 pm      Warner Todd Huston

Yesterday I noted that it is time for conservatives to start planning the demise of the Republican Party and today, in Virginia, we get one more example of why this is a necessary action. We see it in what the GOP establishment did to Dave Brat, the man who beat Eric Cantor in this month’s primary, and it is a perfect example of how the GOP’s claim that party unity is important is simply a flat out lie.

Remember how this always works: When a conservative challenger loses a primary to …

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It’s Possible That There Will Be Enough Invalidated Votes to Overturn Thad Cochran’s Victory: Over 800 Hinds County Voters Crossed Over Illegally
  27 Jun 2014     2:37 pm      Cassy Fiano

Thad McCochran’s victory over Tea Party candidate Chris McDaniel in Mississippi was one of the more egregious cases of voter fraud we’ve seen recently. Now, the McDaniel campaign has unleashed a bombshell: over 800 voters crossed counties illegally.

The Mississippi Tea Party President says they’ve found evidence that nearly 800 voters crossed over in Tuesday’s runoff election that should not have been allowed to vote Republican.
However, Hinds County GOP Chairman Pete Perry says there are some precincts where he knows workers marked the wrong column and that could account for …

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With Thad Cochran it’s Time to Think Long Term About Destroying the GOP
  26 Jun 2014     3:23 pm      Warner Todd Huston

The tea party movement is often accused of not thinking long term. In many cases this is probably a true accusation because most tea partiers think an election is a goal in and of itself. But with the underhanded, anti-conservative, un-American tactics of the GOP establishment that gave Thad Cochran a primary win in Mississippi, it is obviously time for the tea party to start planning the destruction of the GOP establishment.

Thad Cochran and his patrons allied with former Mississippi Governor Haley Barbour did not run an honorable campaign. In …

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Leftist Donna Brazile Warns The GOP Civil War is Over, The Tea Party Won
  13 Jun 2014     1:35 pm      Warner Todd Huston

Old Clinton hack Donna Brazile has a message for her readers: the GOP civil war is over and the Tea Party won. While Brazile is usually fully expected to be typically and wholly wrong in her left-wing proclamations and while asking a liberal what is going on with conservatives is usually a waste of time, like the stopped clock, Brazile got this one more or less right.

Brazile piece written her piece for CNN notes that the whole of Washington was surprised by GOP strongman Eric Cantor’s primary loss and is …

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Mmmmm History: Hillary Extols Abe Lincoln’s Senate Career (Hint He Was Never a Senator)
  12 Jun 2014     3:52 pm      Warner Todd Huston

Hillary Clinton is an Illinois girl, right? Oh, and Hillary Clinton is the smartest woman in the world, isn’t she? Then how come she thinks Abraham Lincoln got elected to the Senate before he became President, when he never did?

Hillary was in Chicago for a meaningless, love-fest appearance with former Obama White House Chief of Staff and current Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel where both professed a deep love and respect for each other but otherwise offered nothing of substance to their audience. But during this schmaltzy blubber fest Clinton waxed …

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Nevada Voters Chose ‘None Of These Candidates’ For Democrat Gov. Primary Candidate
  11 Jun 2014     2:17 pm      Warner Todd Huston

It’s the oldest joke in electoral politics, the idea that a voter would rather pick “none of the above” than vote for one of the proffered candidates. Well, in Nevada, “none of the above” just won election. No, really!

Just like everyone else, voters in Nevada have a choice of the representatives from each party, of course. But Silver State voters have one other choice on their ballots, too: “None of These Candidates.”
In Nevada’s Democrat primary “None of These Candidates” showed up strongly both for Governor and Lt. Governor. But the …

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BREAKING NEWS: Eric Cantor LOSES HIS PRIMARY Over Amnesty
  10 Jun 2014     8:25 pm      John Hawkins

Eric Cantor is an arrogant, establishment Republican who has been determined to push amnesty, no matter now loudly his base told him “no.” When Dave Brat challenged him, most people didn’t take it all that seriously.

In all fairness, even though I said this on Twitter…
If I were in Eric Cantor's district, I'd vote for Dave Brat. Getting rid of Cantor would be good for Virginia & the GOP. @DaveBratVA7th
— John Hawkins (@johnhawkinsrwn) June 8, 2014

…I didn’t formally endorse him because I thought it was too much of a reach.
Well, …

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Tea Party Revolution Taking Place in England
  9 Jun 2014     8:58 am      Rachel Alexander

Something remarkable is taking place in our mother country. Late last month, a third party on the right overtook both major political parties in a national election, as significantly more people in England voted for the right over the left. The UK Independence Party (UKIP) is surging as a sort of British equivalent to the Tea Party, proposing a reduction in immigration and leaving the European Union.
The UKIP received the most votes in May’s European Parliament elections (electing delegates known as MEPs) with 27.49%, followed by Labour with 25.40% and …

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Perfect Is The Enemy Of Good
  8 Jun 2014     10:05 pm      Terresa Monroe-Hamilton

By: Terresa Monroe-Hamilton
NoisyRoom.net

I wrote a post earlier today extolling the electability and rise of Ted Cruz. I have been called and written to by several people complaining about a number of problems they see with Cruz. I will not debate them here at length. I will just state flatly here and now that I feel that Ted Cruz is our best shot at a Constitutional candidate — the best we have seen in many years, as a matter of fact.
It strikes me that so many on the ‘so-called’ Right have …

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Ted Cruz: Blacklisted and Loving It — Right Into The White House
  8 Jun 2014     5:31 pm      Terresa Monroe-Hamilton

By: Terresa Monroe-Hamilton
NoisyRoom.net

Ted Cruz was introduced at the TX GOP Convention as ‘the next president of the United States.’
AP Photo
Entering to the sound of riotous and raucous applause, Senator Ted Cruz stormed the Texas GOP Convention amid calls welcoming him as the next president of the United States. May it be so. Cruz crushed Rand Paul and Rick Perry in the straw poll held at the convention. It wasn’t even close. 43% went to Cruz, with a distant second place of 12.2% going to Ben Carson. Rand Paul came in …

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The Tea Party Vs. The Establishment In Mississippi: McDaniel vs. Cochran
  3 Jun 2014     12:03 am      Dustin Stockton

It’s rainy on the Mississippi gulf coast but it’s not the weather that’s the primary cause of the dreariness here. I’m here because the political narrative is that it’s the Tea Parties last stand against the establishment. After driving more than 25 hours I arrived in Tunica only to find the hotels filled because of a major power outage. Whatever weather had caused the outage was nowhere to be seen but their wasn’t a room to be found so it was on the next city.
In …

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