Congratulations Dan Sebring!

I’d like to be the first to congratulate Republican Congressional candidate Dan Sebring on his loss to Democratic Rep. Gwen Moore. Though unsurprising, confirmation of Sebring’s loss brought a smile to my face, and I look forward to seeing him run (and lose) again in 2014.

Republican Linda McMahon projected to lose Senate race in Connecticut

And why do I care about Linda McMahon losing her second consecutive U.S. Senate race in Connecticut?

Because she’s blown through $100 million of her own money on her way to two consecutive losses. Former World Wresting Entertainment CEO Linda McMahon (R) is projected to fall short in her Senate run against Rep. Chris Murphy [...]

Tommy Thompson “jokes” about his campaign car hitting a deer named Tammy Baldwin

Stay classy, Tommy Thompson! Thompson joked while talking to workers at the La Crosse steel fabricator that he got a deer even before the season opener. Actually it was one of his campaign cars; he said he was riding in the bus behind it when the crash happened early Sunday near Shawano.

“Nobody was hurt,” [...]

Why I Just Voted for President Barack Obama Based on His Economic Record

When it comes to my decision on who to vote for, it’s fairly simple to me. It’s all about what the experts are saying, what the data says and the progress that has been made.

While it’s true Mitt Romney made himself a rich man running Bain Capitol, this does not necessarily qualify him to [...]

ELECTION DAY! PRINCIPLE OR PREJUDICE?

On January 20′TH of 2009, President Barack Obama was sworn into office as the forty-fourth President of the United States. At that time, The Onion, an online satirical news outlet opined with the following headline: “Black Man Given Nation’s Worst Job.” How right they were! Prior to this President being sworn into office, the economy [...]

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