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Are Blue Dogs an endangered political species?

Are Blue Dogs an endangered political species?

In the conservative farm state of South Dakota, Representative Stephanie Herseth Sandlin‘s best chance of winning re-election rests on her ability to remind voters just how often she disagrees with…

McCain agrees with Palin when it comes to key tea party issues

McCain agrees with Palin when it comes to key tea party issues

Stop the presses! Arizona Sen. John McCain and his former Presidential running mate actually agree on Sunday. McCain is saying on ABC’s Good Morning America” that he agrees with former…

Even Democrats think Conway attack on Paul went too far

Even Democrats think Conway attack on Paul went too far

Democrats cringe when asked about Kentucky Senate candidate Jack Conway‘s latest attack ad against Republican opponent and tea party favorite Rand Paul in their contentious race. Sen. Claire McCAskill is…

Sharron Angle to Hispanic students: ‘You look Asian to me’

Sharron Angle to Hispanic students: ‘You look Asian to me’

Republican Sharron Angle, the off-the-wall candidate who wants to be the new Senator from Nevada, thinks some Hispanics look like Asians and she’s willing to say so publicly. Angle, running…

Endangered species: Democrats defending health care ‘reform’

Endangered species: Democrats defending health care ‘reform’

It happens so rarely, it makes news: A few Democratic candidates have started to run television ads daring to defend President Barack Obama’s health care overhaul. Most Democrats are trying…

Republicans brand Pelosi as ‘witch’ and ‘puppy killer’

Republicans brand Pelosi as ‘witch’ and ‘puppy killer’

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi has proved an irresistible target to Republicans, who have branded the powerful Democrat a “wicked witch” and a would-be puppy killer ahead of November 2 elections.…

Democratic tale of woe continues with two weeks to go

Democratic tale of woe continues with two weeks to go

With just two weeks to go before voters decide who runs Congress the Democrats keep looking for a life raft in a sea of bad news, disastrous polls, shrinking fundraising…

Meghan McCain: O’Donnell is a ‘nut job’

Meghan McCain: O’Donnell is a ‘nut job’

Senator John McCain’s acerbic daughter, showing some of the ability to wander off the reservation that her father used to display, called Republican Senate nominee Christine O’Donnell what most others…

Former Obama supporters abandon Democrats, head for GOP

Former Obama supporters abandon Democrats, head for GOP

The coalition that catapulted Barack Obama into office in 2008 is gone, fed up with broken promises and unfulfilled dreams. Voters now appear willing to give Republicans another try along…

Sister Sarah says there will be dancing in the streets

Sister Sarah says there will be dancing in the streets

Sarah Palin says Republicans and the tea party faithful will be dancing in the streets come election day because voters will return government to the little people. Campaigning in California,…