If you say the name Oscar Grant to most people, they probably won’t know who you are talking about. Some might even think you are talking about the famous eyewear designer, Foster Grant. However, if you say the name Oscar Grant to many African Americans under the age of thirty (or any San Franciscans), you’ll have a pretty good chance of learning more than you ever wanted to know about […]
In the last few years, Planned Parenthood has been exposed for all kinds of alleged criminal activity–everything from covering up statutory rape and sexual abuse to accepting donations for race-based abortions. In an explosive new undercover video by Lila Rose, it looks like Planned Parenthood has expanded its broad range of services. According to Amy Woodruff, a clinic manager in New Jersey, the organization that rakes in more than $363 […]
Problem is two conflicting laws prevail. One says the name must be accurate and another says the intent of the voter should be considered. My last name is Milliron. If someone writer Milleron what would the intent of the vote be. The other law would eliminate that vote due to it not being written exactly as my last name. How is it possible to have two opposing laws on the books in Alaska? Could it be that no write in candidate has won since 1954?
So this is where we find ourselves, Murcowski… I meant Murkowski appears to have 89% of the write ins. Miller continues to hold on to the absentees which are mostly from Alaska Natives who are going significantly for Murkowski as she has supported many of the Natives initiatives and earmarks while in the Senate.
From Sean Cockerham at the Alaska Division of Elections office in Anchorage — Update, 12:20 p.m.: Joe Miller’s lead over Lisa Murkowski just grew slighly with absentee and questioned ballots from the Mat-Su. Miller now leads Mukowski by 1,460 votes. The Division of Elections reported counting 2,895 votes from Legislative Districts 13 through 16 in the Mat-Su. Update, 11:10 a.m.: Joe Miller’s lead over Lisa Murkowski narrowed from 1,668 votes […]
In a Major upset Businessman Rick Snyder (R) easily bested Rep. Pete Hoekstra (R-Mich.) and Attorney General Mike Cox (R) to claim the Republican nomination for governor. Snyder, a former top executive at computer maker Gateway Inc., claimed 37 percent of the vote, and with close to half the precincts reporting was declared the winner by the Associated Press. Hoekstra was second with 26 percent, and Cox came in third […]
This morning, we broke video of a USDA official, Shirley Sherrod, recounting for attendees at an NAACP awards dinner how she withheld help from a white farmer seeking the agency’s help in saving his farm. Fox News is reporting that Ms. Sherrod has resigned. From Fox: “There is zero tolerance for discrimination at USDA, and I strongly condemn any act of discrimination against any person,” Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack said […]
The Mainstream media shows it’s bias once again. In an interview with White House Chief of Staff Rahm Emanuel on ABC program, “This Week” Emanuel tells BP CEO Tony Hayward: Stay out of PR as pictures arise of him in a Yacht race just a day after he was relieved from the Oil Spill response. Comparatively, The POTUS, who said he would not rest until the oil spill was contained, is catching some Links with little criticism from the Media
A polling information center has concluded the surprise primary victory for Alvin Greene was not a GOP plot, but a completely random outcome based on an election in which both candidates were unknown. “I don’t see any evidence of GOP chicanery,” said Tom Jensen, the director of Public Policy Polling. Rep. Jim Clyburn has called for an investigation into Greene’s win, saying he has seen evidence of tampering in a […]
South Carolina Voters and News sources from around the state and country are asking,”who is Alvin Greene”? Greene won against an established candidate, Vic Rawl, who was favored to win the race.
What we know, Greene is an Unemployed Army Veteran who had no money (except the filing fee of $10, 500), no website, and very few photos. We didn’t even know where his campaign stumps were.
Photos were so scarce that the Huffington Post had a photo with a Question Mark and asked if anyone had one. Took til 3 A.M. for a photo to be sent to our news email. Twitter was ablaze with conspiracy theorists who speculated that Greene was a GOP plant. When interviewed Greene denied he was approached by either party to run.
I am just reporting the buzz going around in DC that Barrett may drop out and let Haley focus on the Race in November with Democrat Governor candidate Sheheen. We don’t think Barrett is dropping out on Wednesday. We think Barrett will fight till the bitter end. Here is what National Review is reporting Chatting on Fox News with the boss, William Kristol suggested that the second-place finisher in South […]