Democrats

Republicans Are As Environmentally-Friendly As Democrats

Kevin Glass, TownHall

Scientific American reveals that Repubs. are at least as good - and possibly better - at being energy-efficient in their private lives as Dems. Repubs. buy energy-efficient appliances and disply energy-efficient behaviors at rates equal to or higher than Dems.

Matthews Admits: GOP Could Gain 10 Senate Seats

Kyle Balluck, The Hill

Chris Matthews said that Dems. could lose ten Senate seats in the midterm elections. “To the Democrats, this election, a rosy scenario is to lose five Senate seats, not six. They could lose 10.

Is Obama Killing Jobs to Create Prosperity?

Donald Lambro, Washington Times

Gallup and the CBO findings reflect badly on president’s economic policies.

Close Down the Dem. Minstrel Show on Immigration

Charles Hurt, Washington Times

The GOP has for years been in a quandary about how to address the issue of illegal immigration honestly and firmly without sounding racist. A good place to start would be to knock off the brown-face minstrel show routine they learned from Dems.

Why Dems' 'War on Women’ Propaganda Won’t Work

Lisa Boothe, Senior Director, Black Rock Group for Daily Caller

By reopening the “War on Women” playbook, Dems. are foolishly missing the big picture. Repubs. are armed with examples of how Obamacare continues to fail women. Women voters are smart and see through the Dems’ divisive rhetoric, empty promises and failed economic policies.

Obama’s Massive Debt Made Possible By Establishment Republicans

The Republican establishment is perfectly content to “me-too” the Democrats on spending or to argue for a little less spending, say a 93 percent increase as opposed to a 106 percent increase, but not to attack the reasons for spending.

Free Speech For Me, But Not For Thee

David Keene, The Washington Times

The left sees their silencing of the right as a matter of good versus evil.

Reagan Biographer Craig Shirley: GOP Resembles a Crime Family

Craig Shirley, Rush Limbaugh and Pat Caddell think the reason Congress has not gotten to the bottom of the IRS targeting of conservatives and Tea Party movement groups is because the establishment GOP wants the IRS to hobble these groups just as much or more than do the Democrats.

Conservatives Don't Feel Well Represented in DC

Brian Hughes, Washington Examiner

Jim DeMint said, “I think a lot of Americans, regardless of political labels, feel the same way. This [the Tea Party] is just millions of Americans who are concerned about spending and debt … a lot of folks who believe in limited government, less spending and debt are concerned that under this president.”

Illegal Immigration and the Catholic Addiction to the Dems.

Robert Klein Engler, American Thinker

What is it that some Catholic cardinals -- and many Catholics in general -- do not understand about "illegal" in the designation "illegal alien"? 

Poll: 60% Believe Obama Overstepping Authority

Ed Morrissey, Hot Air

How did the State of the Union speech declaring Obama's intent to make 2014 a year of unilateral action play with the public? According to a recent poll, not terribly well. Mixed into deep economic pessimism is a majority opinion that Obama is doing too much instead of too little.

Never Mind About the Obamacare Premium

The problem with compiling Obamacare enrollment numbers is that like almost everything else liberals do, Obamacare is built on good intentions, not actual production or achievement. When Democrats passed Obamacare they had good intentions about helping the poor and the uninsured, so never mind if anyone is actually paying the premium. Sign the petition to tell Republican leaders to stop Obamacare.

Rand Paul Hits Bill Clinton w/ an Eye on the Midterms

David M. Drucker, Washington Examiner

Sen. Rand Paul is hammering former President Bill Clinton hard for his past sexual indiscretions -- and it isn't by accident.

Rush's Bold Prediction for 2014 Elections

Jason Howerton, The Blaze

Rush Limbaugh went “out on a limb” and predicted that the 2014 midterms will be a “wave election like 2010.” “I think the people of this country are gonna sweep Dems out of office every chance they get — and I think there’s plenty of evidence for it right now,” Limbaugh said. He theorized that polls show Dems.

The Problem is Dependency, Not Poverty

Walter Williams, GOP USA

There's very little guts in the political arena to address the basic causes of poverty. To do so risks being labeled as racist, sexist, uncaring and insensitive. That means today's dependency is likely to become permanent.

The Deja Vu of the Lame Duck

David Keene, Washington Times

It's Obama's turn to limp to the sidelines, and Democrats turn to flee.

Dem Rep. Tries to Shut Down TeaParty Leader in IRS Hearing

Becket Adams, The Blaze

Liberal Rep. Gerry Connolly (D-VA) dismissed a Tea Party leader’s concerns over being targeted by the IRS, prompting Rep. Jim Jordan (R-OH) to swoop in. “Mr. Connolly wants us to believes that’s all a coincidence," Jordan said.

Rand Paul: Dems Must Return Money Raised by ‘Sexual Predator’ Clinton

Stephen Dinan, The Washington Times

Sen. Rand Paul, who has been in a bit of a tiff recently with the Clintons, says that any Dem. who has raised campaign money with former President Clinton should return the cash to protest his sexual behavior in the White House.

Pennsylvania GOP Legislators Adopting Obamacare Tactics

Establishment Republicans out in the states talk a good game, but when it comes to actually letting the market work – especially the health care and health insurance markets – they often end-up with the same kind of policies that Obama and the Democrats on Capitol Hill have adopted.