Category Archives: Elections

Articles specifically about elections, candidates, polls or other interesting information pertaining to elections.

UPDATE – YOUR CANDIDATE/S DID NOT WIN IN THE TEXAS PRIMARY?

UPDATED ON 7-23-2012 Time to Choose one In Each Race for the Important Runoff Election Now that we know which candidates made it to the runoff election, it is time to decide which runoff candidate we consider the better qualified … Continue reading

Posted in Elections, Politics | Tagged , , | Leave a comment

ELECTORAL COLLEGE IN DANGER

National Popular Vote Movement is a Threat to States’ Rights Phyllis Schlafly’s February Report warns of the dangerous consequences of a National Popular Vote which is being advanced by lobbyists being sent around the country. These NPV lobbyists are urging … Continue reading

Posted in Constitution, Elections, Politics | Tagged , , | Leave a comment

THE ELECTION IS ABOUT MORE THAN JOBS

What if the Economy should improve between now and November? All of the Republicans and Obama agree that jobs need to be created. They just differ on HOW to create the jobs—the private sector or the government. If per chance … Continue reading

Posted in Elections, Politics, Presidential Campaign, Republican Presidential Nomination, The President | Tagged , , , , , | Leave a comment

GOP Bloodbath Leading to Obama’s Re-election?

Republican Candidates are Turning out to be Obama’s best asset! This presidential campaign is the most disappointing since McCain became the GOP nominee in 2008. Hardcore conservatives do not have an acceptable candidate in the race, but reality dictates that … Continue reading

Posted in Elections, Obama, Politics, Presidential Campaign, Republican Presidential Nomination | Tagged , , , , , | Leave a comment

Republican Presidential Candidates and Their Promises for Job Creation

As the Republican candidates for president travel to the early primary states, we are hearing a lot about jobs and job creation.  This is natural, considering that president Obama is about to give a major speech on jobs before a … Continue reading

Posted in Elections, Politics, Presidential Campaign | Tagged , , , , , | Leave a comment

Analysis of GOP Presidential Contenders and Maybes

Are Voters Ready for Another President from Texas? Most of the presidential wannabes who have thrown their hats in the ring are sadly lacking in what it takes to get elected if they should win the Republican nomination. ‘Establishment’ is … Continue reading

Posted in Elections, Politics, Presidential Campaign, Republican Presidential Nomination | Tagged , , , , | Leave a comment

Warning! Tea Partiers need to Carefully Weigh the Consequences of Backing Third Party Candidates

Rasmussen reports that a Tea Party candidate in a three-way congressional race can elect a Democrat Excerpts from the Rasmussen Report:  In a three-way congressional contest with a Tea Party candidate on the ballot, the Democrat could pick up 40 … Continue reading

Posted in Elections, Politics | Tagged , , , , | Leave a comment

Rick Perry for President?

    The Texas Governor’s Entry into the Presidential Race Could Change Everything There have been numerous stories and indications recently that Texas Governor Rick Perry is now considering entering the GOP presidential sweepstakes.  Rush Limbaugh devoted considerable time to … Continue reading

Posted in Elections, Politics | Tagged , , , , , , , , , | 1 Comment

IS THE RNC STILL RELEVANT?

The departure of Michael Steele as Republican National Committee Chairman is a welcome change in leadership. Let us hope that the new Party Chair, Reince Priebus, will be successful in the task of digging the RNC out of the $22 … Continue reading

Posted in Elections, Politics | Tagged , , , | Leave a comment

No Compromise on the Bush Tax Cuts!

Why the Democrats are Fighting So Hard to Tax the “Rich” The November mid-term elections are over.  The American people have spoken decisively that they want a return to a smaller government, lower taxes and a reduction of the deficit … Continue reading

Posted in Constitution, Elections, Income taxes, Politics | Tagged , , , , , , | Leave a comment