Category Archives: Elections

Top Dem Super PAC Gets Big Boost from Soros, Spielberg, Democracy Alliance

The Democratic Party’s top super PAC disclosed more than $9.2 million in September contributions on Monday, listing a who’s who of wealthy liberal donors, many associated with the secretive Democracy Alliance donor network. New York City businessman Ian Cumming—who “was … Continue reading

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Tillis-Hagan showdown could be nation’s most expensive Senate race ever

From the Koch brothers and Art Pope to George Soros and Michael Bloomberg, wealthy donors are making North Carolina’s U.S. Senate race one of America’s first $100 million contests. Outside groups continue to flood the state with ads and accusations, … Continue reading

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Thom Tillis on the Sanctity of Life

Pandering to the low information voters. David DeGerolamo

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Eric Holder Sues North Carolina

While states across the nation are looking for ways to combat rampant reports of voter fraud, North Carolina decided to implement some commonsense regulations requiring individuals to present identification prior to casting a ballot. Included in the new law is … Continue reading

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Here’s why (unfortunately) the ‘shocking’ Tea Party victory doesn’t matter

by Simon Black In February 1964, a 22-year old Cassius Clay (later Muhammad Ali) faced off against a gigantic Sonny Liston, the heavyweight boxing champion of the world. Liston was an imposing opponent. I mean– this was a guy with … Continue reading

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Eric Cantor – Tea Partied

In a stunning tea-party smackdown against the establishment GOP Tuesday evening, House Majority Leader Eric Cantor, R-Va., lost his bid for the Republican Party nomination against tea-party backed candidate David Brat by a margin of more than 11 percentage points. … Continue reading

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Which Republicans actually want to win? Here’s how you can tell

Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.) and House Majority Leader Eric Cantor (R-Va.) are cruising to primary victories Tuesday after fighting Tea Party challengers every inch of the way. It’s not that their opponents are formidable. It’s just that the incumbents decided … Continue reading

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Idaho GOP Governor’s Primary Debate – Vote for the Biker

Start at 52 minutes and 20 seconds

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If the GOP Takes the Senate, What Then?

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When You Have Nothing to Run On…

What do you call someone who believes everyone else needs a mental health professional? I know most people are not familiar with this commissioner’s race in Cherokee County, NC. But here is a simple test: which candidate is the Democrat? David DeGerolamo

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NC 2nd District US House Race – Joke of the Country

The US House of Representatives race for the 2nd District of North Carolina is Renee Ellmers (R) vs. Clay Aiken (D). The Democrat primary was contested until Aiken’s challenger, Keith Crisco, passed away suddenly yesterday. So the race becomes a … Continue reading

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Tea Party Hopes for Nebraska Revival

The Tea Party is looking to Tuesday’s Republican Senate primary in Nebraska to revive their primary hopes after stumbling out of the gate in last week’s contests. National Tea Party groups went all-in for Midland University President Ben Sasse in … Continue reading

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Frank Roche Discusses a Pathway for the GOP

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Frank Roche discusses some points after his loss in the primary to Renee Ellmers in the US House primary for NC District 2. Renee Ellmers is a disgrace to North Carolina and especially her constituents. The videos released in her … Continue reading

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Thoughts on the Primaries

See additional comments on Tea Party Nation. Be warned, it is a cat fight there. The referendum in North Carolina yesterday was clear: Constitution vs. GOP elite. Obviously a grassroots’ movement to reestablish the Constitution and the voice of the … Continue reading

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Senator Rand Paul Calls For Unity In North Carolina

WASHINGTON, DC -Senator Rand Paul released the following statement in regards to North Carolina’s GOP primary results: “Congratulations to Thom Tillis. Now that the primary is over, it is time for our side to unite to defeat the Democrat who … Continue reading

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Cherokee County Republican Commissioner Results – No Runoff

BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS DISTRICT IV – REP (VOTE FOR 1) Precincts Reported: 16 of 16 NAME ON BALLOT PARTY BALLOT COUNT PERCENT Daniel Eichenbaum REP 701   58.91 % David Wood REP 235   19.75 % Lorraine M. Meltz REP … Continue reading

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Thom Tillis and David Rouzer – supported by groups favoring amnesty

Immigration Activists and Concerned Citizens, The Republican establishment portion of the Republican Party and illegal cheap labor and amnesty supporters such as the Chamber of Commerce are promoting and funding the campaigns of US Senate candidate Thom Tillis and 7th … Continue reading

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A Passionate Republican Amnesty Advocate: Congresswoman Renee Ellmers

It’s not often that politicians insult their own constituents. It’s not often that a Republican congressperson slanders a respected national conservative commentator. And it’s not often that a Republican enjoys financial help from a billionaire left-winger. But the 2nd district of North Carolina has … Continue reading

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Thom Tillis Would Vote for Greg Brannon Except for the 2nd Amendment

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ I don’t endorse candidates because I feel that it is a personal responsibility for everyone to do their own due diligence when they cast their votes. It is a small price to pay when you consider the sacrifices that … Continue reading

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Brannon Rails Against Currency Debasement, Central Planners

US Senate Republican Candidates Primary Debate: Greg Brannon when asked about a federally-mandated national minimum wage (answers that it’s not a power granted to the federal government within the constitution); proceeds to rip into top-down central planners and Federal Reserve … Continue reading

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Will you accept the Beck Bomb Challenge?

Tomorrow I’m going back on Glenn Beck’s program. But this time, not only will I be on his radio program in the morning, but I’ll also be live — in studio — with Glenn Beck tomorrow night on TV. That’s … Continue reading

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Sen. Mike Ellis (R-WI) Caught on Tape Plotting Potential Felony

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Reid: Obamacare Has ‘Dropped Way Down in Significance’

As he outlined the Democrats’ “agenda for the middle class” on Wednesday, Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid (D-Nev.) told a news conference that “in Nevada and around the country, we have people sitting at their kitchen tables or in their … Continue reading

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NC LISTEN meets with Renee Ellmers – she says citizens won’t work, calls us racist

Immigration Reformers and Concerned Citizens, It took me months to setup a meeting in person with Congresswoman Renee Ellmers.  We agreed to change the time three days ago to accommodate her, then today (day of our meeting) an email was … Continue reading

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James O’Keefe Ambushes Republican Congressman over Racist Bill

From YouTube: At a recent town hall of constituents in Rubicon, Wisconsin, Republican Rep. Sensenbrenner denied the fact that the voting rights legislation he is sponsoring is racist because it excludes white voters from the protection of the Voting Rights Act.  When clearly asked … Continue reading

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Time to Buy Another Election

When will we stop participating in a system which is doomed to fail? A cycle where people who work are enslaved to support people who vote for entitlements for themselves is insanity. Keep voting for the lesser of two evils: … Continue reading

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Frank Roche Harnett County Town Hall Feb 26, 2014 – Q&A: U.S. Dollar

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These are ACORN Tactics Used by Battleground Texas

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Lego Politics: Building The Perfect 2016 Lego Campaign Platform

From YouTube: In this three part series, Trifecta assembles the next president of the United States using nothing but Legos and a little inspiration from the Lego Movie. In this episode, Trifecta builds a Lego presidential platform. What will the … Continue reading

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Lego Politics: Assemble the Perfect Candidate for 2016

From YouTube: Trifecta assembles the next president of the United States using nothing but Legos and inspiration from the Lego Movie. Hear about the backstory, character and attitude of the next Lego constructed leader of the free world.

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A Way to Prove We’re All Born Libertarian

FREEMANSPERSPECTIVE We’re all born knowing the truth, but by the time you’re four or five years old, they’ve beaten it out of you. – Attributed to Bob Dylan I think I’d be a bit more charitable than Mr. Dylan; I’d … Continue reading

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Consequences…ARE YOU WILLING TO PAY THEM

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So, Greg, How was YOUR Day?

Republican US Senate candidate Greg Brannon had quite a Tuesday.  He was a guest on Glenn Beck’s national radio program, and received quite a bit of flattering praise from the host himself.    What started off as a great day ended with a … Continue reading

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BREAKING NEW VIDEO: Battleground Texas Illegally Copying Voter Data

From YouTube: In one of our most recent videos a Battleground Texas volunteer talks about forging signatures on official voting documents (which is voter fraud) nonchalantly saying, “It happens all the time.” She’s right it, it does. And Project Veritas … Continue reading

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But There Are No Mulligans After the Votes Are Counted

Poll: Only 79% Obama voters would vote for him again Given a chance to do it all over again, only 79 percent of those who voted for President Obama would vote for him again and 71 percent of Obama voters … Continue reading

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Jury finds GOP Senate candidate Greg Brannon misled investors

From YouTube: Watch video of Greg Brannon’s reaction after a Wake County jury on Tuesday found the U.S. Senate candidate misled two investors in a startup tech company he helped launch. Video by John Frank, frank@newsobserver.com From the News & … Continue reading

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Meet the Senate candidate from NC Glenn called ‘the best candidate’ he has ever spoken to out of the gate

It’s no secret that Glenn is not a fan of politicians, and he speaks to all of them with great skepticism. But on radio this morning, he spoke with a Senate candidate from North Carolina, Dr. Greg Brannon, and he … Continue reading

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Greg Brannon on Glenn Beck

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Election mode hits the Capitol

Democrats and Republicans are clearing the decks of dangerous political issues that could sink their chances in the midterm elections. This unusually cautious approach comes nine months before Election Day and illustrates how both parties are reluctant to tackle anything … Continue reading

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Voter ID – Rev. Barber

posted July 13, 2011

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