A front-page story in last Friday’s Wall Street Journal showed just how unpopular Barack Obama has become in one surprising constituency: Democrats who are running for office.
A left-wing group called the Agenda Project Action Fund boasted that it is launching “a multi-pronged blitzkrieg attack that lays blame for the Ebola crisis exactly where it belongs — at the feet of the Republican lawmakers.”
Will Ebola become another entry in the long list of reasons the U.S. government has given us not to trust it? You can count on it.
Natalie Tennant, the Democratic candidate for the U.S. Senate seat in West Virginia, is running against Shelley Moore Capito, a Republican. But her television ad sounds as though her opponent is Barack Obama.
Just how far will Barack Obama go to keep his far-left agenda in place? There are some interesting rumors floating around the blogosphere, including one that he will use a rapidly expanding Ebola crisis to clamp severe restrictions on us such as limiting our right to travel.
When Harry Truman was president, he had a sign on his desk that read, “The buck stops here.” That’s certainly not the case with the current occupant of the Oval Office.
So why is Eric Holder stepping down as attorney general of the United States as soon as a successor is confirmed?
The most effective money-raiser for the Democrats is the Senate Majority PAC, which is desperate to elect enough Democrats to keep Harry Reid in his powerful position as Senate Majority Leader.
Forget the protests by angry women’s groups. Ignore all those politicians’ demands for tougher sanctions against abusers. Now the NFL must placate its most serious critics: the advertisers who have made so many players multimillionaires and so many owners billionaires.
No sooner had nastily partisan Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid declared the Senate back in session after its five-week summer recess than he launched a one-two punch that he was sure would score points for Democrats in the upcoming elections.