The curious case of the zero-vote precincts
A bizarre series of episodes from the 2012 election are drawing increased attention. According to a report at The Blaze, in over 59 precincts of Philadelphia, plus 9 precincts in Cleveland, Ohio, not a single vote was cast for Mitt Romney. | Read More »
Maybe minorities’ values need changing
The most widely offered explanation for Mitt Romney’s defeat is that the Republican Party is disproportionately composed of — aging — white males.
Before we give up, could we at least try selling our ideas?
Republicans could be defeatist and throw in the towel, or abandon our ideas and seek to become mini-liberals, but both choices are suicidal.
Mitt Romney now joins the long list of the kinds of presidential candidates favored by the Republican establishment– nice, moderate losers
These down-ballot races are worth noting
Some lower-tier races — which are still important to conservatives — that are on no one’s radar screen.
Final House tally: Republicans, 234; Democrats, 201
Six races are still yet to be decided, but given current trends, it’s likely the GOP will lose 8 seats, which they gained in the 2010 midterm elections.
Californians hand over their PIN numbers to Democrats
Among Democrats soon to be in total control in Sacramento, Jerry Brown’s a relative moderate.
Obama wins by going negative, turning out base
Every re-elected president since Andrew Jackson has won with an increased popular vote percentage. Barack Obama didn’t.
Florida officials order partial recount in Allen West race
West led on election night but currently trails challenger Patrick Murphy by 2,442 votes.
Starting all over again
Conservatives should jauntily sing as Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers did in a year in which the country’s chin was on the ground.