Archive for May 18th, 2010

Party Slap

18May10

The power structure, from Republican leader Mitch McConnell to President Obama and Nancy Pelosi, took a slap upside the head from the Tea Party energy tonight, as Rand Paul grabbed the GOP nomination for senate in Kentucky. Political novice Rand Paul rode support from tea party activists to victory in Kentucky’s Republican Senate primary tonight, […]


And Last

18May10

It’s Power First for the Democratic Machine. With veterans standing behind him at a VFW Hall in West Hartford, Blumenthal said he regrets the times that he has misspoken about his service during the war. It doesn’t matter that Richard Blumenthal was caught lying about the most sacred of issues – military service. What matters is that […]


The Hate Agenda

18May10

First it was Attorney General Eric Holder, and he was followed by Homeland Security Chief Janet Napolitano. Now, it’s PJ Crowley of the State Department. The haters love to talk about how devastating the Arizona immigration law is, but they can’t be bothered to read it. Reading it is not necessary, because they’re pushing an […]


Pass the Perry

18May10

The Perry Amendment, offered by Cape Cod state Rep and Congressional candidate Jeff Perry, would change Massachusetts policy and block state benefits for illegal immigrants. We’re having a protest in support of that bill, which, while not passed by the House a couple of weeks ago could still be passed by the senate. Further, the […]


Toys for Pols

18May10

When Chris Dodd announced he wouldn’t seek another term in the Senate, Democrats were relieved. Connecticut Attorney General Richard Blumenthal, a popular Democrat, was expected to cruise into the seat, while Dodd’s reelection chances had looked shaky. Now, things aren’t quite so rosy for the bad guys. “We have learned something important since the days […]