Allen West concedes after preliminary recount
“Serving the people in the House of Representatives has been among the highest honors of my life.”
The GOP: A most unpopular majority party
In his fundamentally transformed America, President Obama has replaced “e pluribus unum” with “us against them.”
No mandate for liberalism
The three issues that polled lowest were all items high on the liberal agenda: increasing taxes on the wealthy, amnesty for illegal immigrants and major cuts to the military.
We were losers, folks
Op-ed: Digital Marketing Expert Al DiGuido slams GOP, Romney campaign: “We were OLD in our thinking, OLD in our strategy, OLD in our marketing execution,” and calls for the old guard to go.
‘A Valley Forge Moment for Conservatives’
U.S. Senator Tom Coburn’s speech to the American Spectator’s annual dinner.
Rove: The Lessons of Defeat for the GOP
Everything from the ground game to the date of the next convention needs to be re-examined.
Fiscal cliff: GOP ready to discuss terms of surrender
Elections do have consequences — most notably, surrender.
To win, Obama sacrifices House, State Legislatures
In the 113th Congress, as compared to the 111th, there will be three fewer Democrats from Michigan, six fewer from Ohio, seven fewer from Pennsylvania and four fewer from North Carolina.
Voter ID laws energized liberal base in Pa
Though they are scheduled to be on the books in 2013, voter ID laws became a rallying cry for the Democratic Party, helping to turn out their liberal base Nov. 6.
Civic illiteracy won the White House for Obama
On Wednesday after the election, I began a weeklong home improvement bender, drowning my sorrows in a five-gallon bucket of latex paint the color of vanilla creme.