September 2010 Archives

The Nov. 2 congressional elections date is looming.  Only 37 days to go.  The heat generated from the voting deadline countdown is affecting candidates nationwide.In California, for example, incumbent Democratic Congresswoman Loretta Sanchez, representing the Santa Ana district, is blasting... Continue Reading
Vice President Joe BidenWith 38 days to go until the Nov. 2 Mid-Term Elections, politicians on both sides of the aisle are becoming extremely thin-skinned on hearing anything suggesting unfairness to anybody in the political arena.Take, for example, what... Continue Reading
National television news anchors have always worked to steal some of the spotlight for themselves in almost every political event.This coming Nov. 22 congressional election is no exception.Fox News and anchor Chris Wallace have jointly filed a lawsuit against Missouri... Continue Reading
With 47 days left until the Nov. 2 congressional elections, incumbents, candidates and pollsters remain on the fence on a controversial issue President Barack Obama is strongly supporting:Obama's position:  Terminate tax cuts for the wealthy and keep them for everybody... Continue Reading

Nut Jobs Abound?

Talk about nut jobs on the political scene.  There are plenty of them around today.  Phil Davison may be one of them.  He just lost out in a bid to become treasurer of Stark County, Ohio."I think it's time we... Continue Reading
Barbara BoxerMarcus Stanley, a senior aide to Sen. Barbara Boxer (D-Calif.) paid an annual salary of $100,000+, has resigned.  He was arrested by U.S. Capitol Police Tuesday, 9-7-10, for trying to enter the Hart Senate Office Building while in possession... Continue Reading
Kristi NoemKristi Noem, the Republican nominee challenging incumbent Democrat Rep. Stephanie Herseth Sandlin for South Dakota's only House seat, is being slammed by Sandlin's team for being a reckless, dangerous and devil-may-car automobile driver.Noem's opponents say she doesn't have the... Continue Reading

Pork, Pork, Pork!

They're called Earmarks, a fancy Washington political label for Pork.  Pork is the accepted political label for federal dollars handed out to a specific election district.Congressmen and Congresswomen and Senators vie fiercely for this Pork to show their voters back... Continue Reading

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