Democrats

What Shutdown? D's Party at Hillary's

Leslie Larson, New York Daily News

Hillary Clinton didn't let the shutdown get in the way of a good party Monday night, inviting Dem darlings to her DC mansion for a fundraiser for Terry McAuliffe.

Tea Party Saved $500B+ in New Debt

Mike Flynn, Breitbart

Though overall spending is only down slightly, the Tea Party blocked a half-trillion in new debt.

WaPo Wrong on McAuliffe Momentum

Carten Cordell, Human Events

The paper used a Quinnipiac U. poll that grossly undervalued the independent vote in Virginia.

R’s Too Smart for Their Own Good?

Noel Sheppard, American Thinker

After all, most Americans don't make decisions intellectually. They make them emotionally.

More Obamacare Changes Help Dems

Fox News Staff

If enough enroll in O-Care-subsidized insurance it’ll be politically impossible for R’s to repeal it in the future.

In 2014, the Senate’s More Volatile

Stuart Rothenberg, Roll Call

It’s very possible there could be more net seat change in the Senate than in the House next year.

Tea Party, Libs Decry Syrian Action

Jeremy Herb, The Hill

In a rare alliance, Tea Party and Dem reps posted bills that restrict funds to arm Syrian enemies.

Republicans Need Not Despair

Michael Barone, Washington Examiner

Republicans may have issues with Hispanics, but Democrats have problems with groups, too.

Why America Hates Washington

Erick Erickson, Red State

Both Republicans and Democrats in Washington act as though they are managing our decline.

Ken Cuccinelli Keeps Focus on Jobs

David Sherfinski, Washington Times

The Virginia GOP gubernatorial candidate will not let the nosy media distract him with side issues.

Black Dem Abandons Slavery Party

Bob Unruh, WND

Louisiana State Sen. Elbert Guillory switched to the GOP – and in this video, explains his reasons.

Rubio’s Immigration Bill: Suicide for the GOP

Writer Ben Hart argues we need to have an admissions policy for America that is highly selective.  American citizenship is not a right.  It’s a privilege that must be earned. You are admitted for citizenship (and quickly) if you can show why you, by becoming an American, will make America a better, richer, and stronger country.