In their latest look at House races around the country, The Hill sees the South slipping away from Democrats in a big way. Veterans like John Spratt in South Carolina, Allen Boyd in Florida, and Jim Marshall in Georgia face almost certain defeat, according to the new polling. With the big dogs dropping, the freshmen don’t have much of a chance, either: Nowhere are Democrats more clearly threatened with heavy […]
Maybe it is my Catholic upbringing, but I’ve always been cursed with a bit too much empathy. It is often difficult to witness people bearing the full weight of the consequences of their decisions, even when it is richly deserved. (And, in the case of House Democrats few have ever been more deserving of reaping everything they’ve sown.) We’re human, after all, and witnessing people on the cusp of realizing […]
The Civitas Institute poured through the federal website charged with tracking stimulus spending, and created the following list – The 10 Worst Federal Stimulus Projects in North Carolina.
When President Obama said, “what do you think a stimulus bill is?” I did not think it was to buy cocaine and get Monkeys high. I know there is monkey business in Washington but again, not this kind. I am a bit miffed that Monkeys are getting high on my dime. But that is what a stimulus bill is, a spending bill, for drugs and monkeys. So how many jobs? Well only 1 but not even a new job, an existing job … are those people HIGH?
Hillary Clinton’s victory in Pennsylvania last night has extended the primary to the next round of contests (Indiana and North Carolina on May 6) and has maintained the competitive nature of the race.
With her 10-point victory, we should expect her poll numbers and resources to increase in the coming days. Primary wins, especially in the 2008 election cycle, have had a direct impact on the national polling numbers for the candidates and when national polling numbers increase, so do campaign donations.