Monthly Archives: November 2012

Losing any demographic or group of people carries broader implications, usually beyond that particular group. For instance, the gender gap allows a Democratic fundraising and messaging edge; Painting Republicans as “anti-immigrant” hinders potential Republican outreach in minority communities, reducing entire sections of states from contention. Liberals caught insulting Bible-believing Christians and Appalachian voters have put [...]

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Never, ever trust a blue dog Democrat… Not ever. In 2010, I helped organize activists in at least twenty-six congressional districts that had the terrible misfortune of being caught in between time-space and seemingly parallel universes — otherwise referred to as a blue dog district. These are districts where children tout more knowledge of civil [...]

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Johnny Isakson is commonly introduced as “Georgia’s favorite Senator” by just about everyone down in the peach state. Including his senior colleague Saxby Chambliss. In a state where most politicians are referred to by their first name, this Senate duo shares a unique history. They were good friends in college, their wives were in the [...]

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Rules are meant to be broken says the rabble rouser, the rebel with a cause, the tens of thousands following in the footsteps of provocateur Andrew Breitbart. The rule of the land had mirrored that of the illusion—we were the best. It is gone—and may never be repaired. Conservative thought-leader Thomas Sowell warned years ago [...]

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