Recently released campaign finance reports show State Senate District 15 candidate Liz Brown far out-fundraised her primary opponents through Dec. 31, 2013. Brown’s report showed $42,700.60 raised and $28,660.00 cash on hand. Her donations came from a variety of supporters in the last five weeks of 2013, demonstrating strong momentum moving into 2014.
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“This Republican shutdown did not have to happen … They’ve shut down the government over an ideological crusade to deny affordable health insurance to millions of Americans. In other words, they demanded ransom just for doing their job.” -President Obama addresses the partial government shutdown in the Rose Garden
Ahem. Last night the [...]Continue Reading →
Personally, I don’t think so, but it is allowed.
Travis Farrell seems to think so. He’s planning on running against Marlin Stutzman for the third congressional seat.
We’re not talking about someone that was say, busted 3 times for pot possession. This guy has 8 charges of criminal recklessness, 4 charges of resisting law enforcement, [...]Continue Reading →
Speaker of the Indiana House of Representatives Brian Bosma appears to like dark, smoke filled rooms out of the public eye when it comes to legislation. In a letter written February 19th, Bosma explained his dissatisfaction with the Governor for not keeping his mouth shut on the Indiana budget, and Pence’s proposed tax cut. As a [...]Continue Reading →
My wife received a call today from a black female wanting to share information about another conservative in the race for Win Moses seat that she should consider rather than Martin Carbaugh. That “conservative” alternative to Carbough is a libertarian. Now, while we should maybe rejoice that black females are turning onto the libertarian [...]Continue Reading →
Political h@ck Brian Howey today released yet another of his bullshit polls. This time, (again), on the Mourdock/Donnelly race. It shows Donnelly at 47 percent to Mourdock’s 36 percent, and Libertarian Andrew Horning getting 6 percent. Another 11 percent were undecided.
One of Howey’s pollsters, Christine Matthews just tweeted today following:
“@cmatthewspolls: One thing I would [...]Continue Reading →
Congressman Joe Donnelly is asking the good people of Indiana for a promotion. He wants us to upgrade him to Sen. Joe Donnelly.Why? One reason given is that Donnelly, as Democratic senator, will help create jobs.Donnelly should choke on goose feathers every time he mentions creating jobs in Indiana, since his bite marks are [...]Continue Reading →
By Micah Clark
How Far Have We Fallen? Use the Presidency as a Measure
When Adult Video News, the trade publication for the porn industry, endorsed the re-election of President Bill Clinton, the Clinton/Gore team immediately did all they could to hide it and distance their campaign from the endorsement.
Most people would assume that the [...]Continue Reading →
“With 37 percent of precincts reporting, Obama took 59 percent to 41 percent for Wolfe. In Kentucky, with nearly all precincts reporting, 42.1 percent of Democratic primary voters opted for “uncommitted” rather than backing the president, who received 57.9 percent.
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Hey, a good ole Southern boy by the name of John Wolfe, Jr. (pictured) just might do that for us on Tuesday! May 22 is the Arkansas Democrat primary election, and Tennessee Democrat underdog just might be positioned to left a leg on the Incumbant’s parade!
Not only that, but if Wolfe gets wings in [...]Continue Reading →