Christine O’Donnell Booted Off Tea Party Event With Sarah Palin

She says she’s not a witch. What’s the Tea Party’s problem with their once, darling little Christine? TPMDC Christine O’Donnell, back in the news this month promoting her new book, is no longer welcome at a Tea Party event with Sarah Palin this weekend. O’Donnell was set to appear with Palin, who endorsed O’Donnell’s 2010… More Christine O’Donnell Booted Off Tea Party Event With Sarah Palin

Conservative candidates received more news coverage during 2010 elections, surveys find

Oh man!  There goes that liberally biased news media again! Raw Story Right-wing candidates received more news coverage from mainstream media during the 2010 mid-term election season, according to a recent study. A Pew Research Center survey found that although the Democratic President Barack Obama topped the list, the next three of the top 10 candidates… More Conservative candidates received more news coverage during 2010 elections, surveys find

O’Donnell far behind in two new polls

Well, I’m not at all surprised.  MSNBC – First Read Christine O’Donnell may have received enough national recognition to prompt a Saturday Night Live cold open, but two new polls show that the Delaware Republican appears unlikely to be the state’s next U.S. senator. A University of Delaware poll released Wednesday showed O’Donnell trailing Democrat… More O’Donnell far behind in two new polls

After Delaware, G.O.P. Senate Takeover Appears Much Less Likely

Five Thirty Eight – Nate Silver Republicans, who are modest favorites to take over the House from Democrats, still have a chance to do the same in the United States Senate. But their odds have dropped significantly: from a 26 percent chance last week to 15 percent today, according to the FiveThirtyEight forecasting model. The… More After Delaware, G.O.P. Senate Takeover Appears Much Less Likely