“You might as well know right now … that the Tea Party, no matter how successful it is at the polls in November, will certainly betray the party of liberty,” wrote Lew Rockwell, proprietor of LewRockwell.com, on September 22.

Former President Bill Clinton has catapulted himself into the campaign arena this year, traveling the nation to stump for his favorite candidates, but also attempting to pressure senatorial candidates into dropping out of their primaries. Clinton’s most recent campaign arm-twisting involves a reported attempt to persuade Florida’s Democratic Senate candidate, Kendrick Meek, to step down from Florida’s three-way Senate race between Meek, Florida Governor Charlie Crist (Independent), and Tea Party favorite Marco Rubio.

In yet another orchestrated attack on conservative pundit Glenn Beck, George Soros' Media Matters called upon former Alaska Governor Sarah Palin to repudiate the "erratic" Mr. Beck. In response to Media Matters' request, Palin called Beck on his radio program Thursday morning to assert, "I stand with you, Glenn."

ABC News/Money reported on Oct. 27 that the U.S. annually spends millions to send government workers to Harvard’s JFK School of Government for a month of training. At $18,000 per employee. Training for what? you might ask.

On his blog political analyst Dick Morris predicted earlier this week that Republicans would take back the House of Representatives and then backed it up during an interview on Fox News, stating flatly that the Republicans would capture control of both the House and the Senate next Tuesday.

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