Ed Gillespie is… Superman?

The National Journal is out with a great piece on how former-RNC Chairman Ed Gillespie has gone into hyper-drive for this election cycle, single-handedly raising millions of dollars and taking posts in numerous organizations that are poised to help the … Continued

The Curious Case of Bob Bennett

This also comes from Politico — this time from Manu Raju and Jonathan Martin. GOP leaders in the Senate are concerned that their friend and conservative ally  (despite what some say) — Senator Bob Bennett of Utah, will be ousted … Continued

Volunteer for Tim Burns in PA-12

With only a week and a half until the crucial special election taking place in Pennsylvania’s 12th Congressional District, I’d like to urge you to look into perhaps going on a short-term deployment to help GOP candidate Tim Burns for … Continued

Does The Tea Party Express Take Tokens?

In a politically naïve attempt to appear non-partisan, the Tea Party Express recently endorsed freshman Rep. Walt Minnick (D-Idaho), the only Democrat in the nation (so far) to land the backing of this group that is vying for a leading … Continued

A mixed primary night for the tea parties

The tea party failed to achieve their main goal yesterday: get a candidate elected. In North Carolina, Indiana and Ohio no candidates of or supported by the tea party won; however, they did prevent establishment candidates from receiving 50% of … Continued

“Commitment to America”

Republican Congressional leaders have decided that the 2010 version of the 1994 “Contract with America” should be developed not just by politicians and staffers, but by the voters themselves. In what Rep. Kevin McCarthy says is an acknowledgement that the … Continued