By Carole on Nov 7, 2012
President Barack Obama won a second term last night and must now begin the hard work of cleaning up the mess left by the man who held the office for the last four years.
By Carole on Sep 20, 2012
For months we've seen hundreds polls on the upcoming presidential race from every organization imaginable. There have been polls showing bounces and anti-bounces, polls showing a slight lead for one candidate and then the other and, most often, polls showing the race is a dead heat within the margin of error. But instead of the usual four percent most polls claim as the margin of error, a new poll (yes, I see the irony) shows the real difference between the poll results and the election results could be much more.
By Carole on May 27, 2012
Democratic National Committee Chairwoman Debbie Wasserman Schultz has framed the June 5 Wisconsin recall election as a "dry run" for November's presidential contest. With Republican Governor Scott Walker ahead in every major poll, that doesn't bode well for President Obama's chances for re-election.
By Carole on Jul 16, 2011
There's a new Gallup poll that shows 58% of Republicans and Republican-leaning independents have not yet decided which candidate they will support for the GOP's 2012 presidential nomination. While some on the left (and their accomplices in the mainstream media) may use this to further their delusion that the GOP field is weak, what it actually proves is that the majority of Republicans and Republican-leaning independents are waiting to see, hear and learn which candidate is best qualified to lead the country.
By Carole on Nov 4, 2010
There was never any doubt that Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid (D-Nevada) didn't get it, but Nevadans re-elected him anyway. Now, just two days after the historic election that saw Republicans take back the House of Representatives and make serious gains in the Senate, Senator Reid is still spouting the same divisive rhetoric despite the clear message voters across the country have sent.