11.17.2010 in Politics by NetRight Daily 0

The 2010 Person of the Year: The Political Outsider

By David Bozeman – Whenever the dominant political culture starts calling for moderation and a return to civility, it usually means that conservatives are exercising their Constitutional rights again. The recent Rally for Sanity on the national mall was reportedly tongue-in-cheek, but it underscored a mindset that regularly reminded us throughout the Bush years that dissent was not only proper, […]

11.10.2010 in Politics by NetRight Daily 2

Second Chance or Last Chance?

By David Bozeman – Senator-elect Marco Rubio, in one of the most rousing speeches on election night (is anyone really inspired by calls for bi-partisanship and compromise?) declared that the Republican Party was given a second chance to do what it had promised before. Last chance may be closer to the truth. Indeed, the sweep of 2010 is wider than […]

11.05.2010 in Featured, Politics by Robert Romano 0

The Tea Party Movement Boosted Republicans in 2010

There is no question that the tea party movement has dramatically contributed to the Republican takeover of the House of Representatives and narrowing the margin in the Senate. In addition to providing boosted turnout — it helped raise turnout to an estimated 41.5 percent (some 90 million) — since early 2009, the tea parties and other citizen activists have helped […]

The Death Panel

Stomping Ground

11.03.2010 in Featured, Politics by Rick Manning 1

A Look at the Map

In the wake of the 2008 elections, pundits looked at a map without a single House Republican elected to federal office from Massachusetts north. The Great Lakes from New York and Pennsylvania, through Ohio, Indiana, Illinois up to Wisconsin and Minnesota voted for Obama’s presidency giving him the electoral votes needed to win, now these same states formed the heart […]

11.02.2010 in Politics by NetRight Daily 2

Democrats Go Into Hiding

Is it any surprise that Democrats are going deep into the bunker tonight? The results will not be any good for them anyways. And why even stand in front of the cameras and acknowledge the defeat? According to ABC: House Democrats and Republicans are each holding various press events today, but Democrats have been careful to control media access on […]

11.02.2010 in Politics by Robert Romano 2

DOJ Dispatches 400 Election Monitors to 18 States, but Not NV or NC

The Department of Justice is deploying “more than 400 federal observers and department personnel to 30 jurisdictions in 18 states” to monitor today’s elections.  Of note, however, is that two notable states where irregularities have already been reported, North Carolina and Nevada, are not on the list of states. In Clark County, Nevada, FOX 5 Vegas reported voters who, when […]

11.02.2010 in Featured, Politics by NetRight Daily 2

Christmas Morning for Republicans

By Rebekah Rast – It’s fairly clear that today is going to be akin to Christmas morning for Republicans. But just how many presents will be under the tree? Americans for Limited Government (ALG) President Bill Wilson and Senior Research Director Don Todd discuss today’s elections and those races that could lead to big victories for Republicans. One of those […]

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