Oscar snubs this year’s most successful documentary
“2016″ made more money at the box office than the combined receipts of the 15 films the Academy put on the short list this year. So why were those other ones selected?
Make Obama pay for his bullying tactics
Boehner must sprint to the national microphone and tell the American people that Obama is being unreasonable, reckless and uncompromising.
A Republican Retreat — or Rout?
A GOP House elected to hold the line on taxes is offering new tax revenues and perhaps higher tax rates to fund the biggest Big Government in history. The GOP is close to reassuming its role as the tax collector for the welfare state.
Chris Christie’s secret storm
Christie’s defection came at the worst possible moment for the GOP. After a lackluster summer, the Romney campaign had finally caught fire … Then came Sandy.
A letter from a friend
From my friend Jim Hughes: It’s 11:15 p.m. on the West Coast on Election Night, so these are very preliminary thoughts. It’s hard to analyze this election without breaking down all of the demographics, but here goes.
California Republicans say McCarthy endorsed gerrymandering that lost them 4 seats
State GOP officials claim the House whip could have done more against Democrat rigged redistricting.
A few smoke signals for freedom
The election reaffirmed the big-government status quo, but there was one good sign from the national results, as voters in Washington and Colorado legalized the recreational use of marijuana.
Dems have edge, but presidency still in play
A funny thing happened as I was looking at the political map of this year’s presidential election: It began to look like the map of the presidential election of 2004.
Orca aground: Romney’s high-tech ‘Get Out the Vote’ failure
The system called Orca was supposed to help campaign volunteers locate voters who needed motivation to get them to the polls, but instead those valuable campaign resources sat idle.
GOP considers rebranding message, demographics
In this year’s presidential race, President Barack Obama won 93 percent of the black vote, 71 percent of the Hispanic vote and 60 percent of those between the ages of 18 and 29, according to National Election Pool exit polls.