Friday, April 27th, 2018

How tough are Senator Ron Johnson’s chances to hold onto the seat he won from Russ Feingold in 2010? Chris Cillizza in the Washington Post lists Feingold as one of the surprise winners in the recent fundraising count: The Democratic former senator outraised Sen. Ron Johnson (R-Wis.), $2.2 million to $2 million, for a rematch of their […]

Chris Cillizza of the Washington Post gives us his list of the three worst holidays: 1. New Years 2. St. Paddy’s day (and I am half irish) 3. Halloween pre-kids St Patrick’s Day? C’mon. But St. Valentine’s Day and “Sweetest Day” aren’t on the list? At the risk of being called a terrorist sympathizer by […]

Over at Politico, Dylan Byers reports on how MSNBC creatively edited the story about former Massachusetts Governor Mitt Romney and Wawa restaurant touch screens. Then, to illustrate the advantages of competition in the private sector, Romney shared an anecdote from his visit to the local WaWa chain store. “I was at WaWas, I went in […]

You may have seen the Democratic poll the other day by Greenberg Quinlan Rosner Research showing the recall race tightening up. However, as I pointed out the poll is nothing to brag about for Democrats. It still shows Governor Scott Walker with an approval rating of 50%, not a number normally associated with recalling an […]

Ben Affleck is coming to Capitol Hill on Tuesday to appear before the House Africa, Global Health and Human Rights Subcommittee on behalf of the Eastern Congo Initiative, a non-profit organization that he founded in 2010.. This panel will surely get a lot of press, because the media always obsesses over the humanitarian crisis in […]