Was Jack Welch right? Whistleblower alleges Obama administration cooking jobs data

By Robert Romano Jack Welch might have been right all along. An anonymous whistleblower in a New York Post column by John Crudele is alleging  that unemployment jobs data in the current population survey conducted by the Census Bureau and the Bureau of Labor Statistics was manipulated in 2012 to help Barack Obama get reelected. According to the source, specifically, […]

Earth to Obama: Americans voted for divided government in 2012

By Rick Manning “You don’t like a particular policy or a particular president? Then argue for your position. Go out there and win an election.” That was President Barack Obama, commenting on the aftermath of the recent government shutdown and the fight over his signature health care law. Yet, despite his credentials, Obama’s juvenile take on these issues is an […]

Romney never won on the economy

By Robert Romano — As a part of the fallout of Obama’s successful reelection in 2012, many in the Republican establishment and conservative circles have been engaged in a thorough soul-searching over Mitt Romney’s defeat and the GOP’s failure to recapture the Senate, some of which is legitimate and thoughtful, and some of which is not. Some linear-minded approaches focus […]

Michigan Caregivers Win Against Prop 4 and Forced SEIU Dues

As frequent visitors of this site know, we have been focused like a hawk on Michigan’s Proposal 4- the SEIU’s heavy-handed attempt to unionize all home caregivers in the state of Michigan, often parents of adult children with disabilities. In one overwhelmingly positive election result, the SEIU’s Proposal 4 has been defeated, and by a wide margin- winning almost every […]

11.12.2012 in Elections 2012, Featured, Politics by Rick Manning 4

Romney made camo wearing voters disappear

By Rick Manning — Analyzing elections when feelings are still raw is usually a bad idea.  Of course that doesn’t stop those with an agenda from opining and pushing specific pet ideas. That is what we have been witnessing in the wake of Tuesday’s massive disappointment.  The media and some talking heads have been all over the idea that changing […]

11.09.2012 in Elections 2012, Featured, Politics by Rick Manning 18

A short Romney campaign autopsy

By Rick Manning – My prediction of a Romney win was not only wrong, but as everyone knows, it wasn’t even close. In fact, the exact opposite occurred than what I expected.  Rather than being a drag on the ticket, Obama was able to sweep into a second term as the Romney campaign’s strategy of doing nothing to upset the […]

Mandate? The election was much closer than you may think

Jim Geraghty makes a great point yesterday: here’s a look at Obama’s vote margin in some key states as of this afternoon (these figures will change a bit as those straggling precincts report in): Virginia: 107,339 Ohio: 100,763 Florida: 47,493 Colorado: 111,094 Nevada: 66,379 Total: 433,068 So for less than 500,000 votes where it counted, Mitt Romney could have had […]

ACORN Whistleblower Anita MonCrief Unloads on Ohio Secretary of State

By Kevin Mooney — Instead of deferring to a U.S. attorney general who is not serious about enforcing the law against voter fraud, Ohio’s Republican secretary of state should have prioritized ballot integrity, Anita MonCrief, a former ACORN employee turned conservative activist, told NetRightDaily. But it is now clear that dead and ineligible voters will remain on the voter rolls […]

Ohio and Colorado Fail to Purge Ineligible Voters from the Rolls Prior to Election Day

By Kevin Mooney – Colorado and Ohio could both determine the outcome of the presidential election, and other key races. But neither state is complying with a federal law that requires state officials to maintain and update their voter registration rolls. Under Section 7 of the National Voter Registration Act (NVRA), commonly known as “motor voter,” state social service agencies […]

Will Obama’s war on coal lose him the election?

By Mack Isadore — The conventional wisdom among the Washington punditry is that Ohio will decide the election.   In recent days, however, the Romney campaign has expanded its efforts to include Pennsylvania, a state that last supported a Republican president in 1988.   While Republicans have often forayed into the Keystone state with false hopes of victory (Bush in 2004, McCain […]

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