Written by Dick Morris & Eileen Mcgann
Beyond a pleasing sight for the heart, what would Ted Kennedy's seat going Republican really mean?
First, there would be the psychological effect. On Democratic donors -- it would discourage them from opening their checkbooks. On Republican donors -- the impact would be electric in ...
Written by Jonathan Wakefield
10th Amendment Issue
This originally ran in The Richmond Times Dispatch
For years the United States government has been expanding its power, gradually creating a top-down structure in which it rules over the states. This is the exact opposite of how our "We the People" republic was originally ...
Written by Bob Steinburg
A Conservative's Viewpoint
Election Day 2010 will be the most serious our state and nation will face for the next 10 years. I know that sounds dramatic, but if conservatives and moderates care one iota about the future its time to take a basic crash course on redistricting.
Written by Right Side News
As President Obama heads to Massachusetts on Sunday to shore up support for foundering Democrat Martha Coakley, the Brown campaign delivers this compelling video emphasizing the historic nature of this contest. RSN urges you to watch this video and then visit Brown for Senateto contribute $10, $20 ...
Written by Press Release
Washington, Jan 15 - Republican Study Committee Chairman Tom Price (R-GA) released the following statement regarding the special exemption for union members and local and state public employees from the Democrats' tax on so-called "Cadillac" health insurance plans.
"Taxing Americans ...
Written by Karen Roche
Howard Ruff, who has observed the markets, the economy and government through three serious recessions and witnessed the rise and fall of the dot-com and real estate bubbles, entered the world of precious metals when Robert Preston's How to Prepare for the Coming Crashcaught his eye in the early ...
Written by Richard Falknor
Blue Ridge Forum
Next Tuesday the U. S. Senate returns to Washington, D. C. for business. Unless the House accepts the Senate version of Obamacare in its entirety, the Senate at some point will have to muster 60 votes again for this freedom-erasing measure.
There are substantial differences ...
Written by Press Release
Tea Parties vs. the SEIU, Freedom vs. Socialism
Another new poll is out showing Republican U.S. Senate candidate, Scott Brown, ahead in the Special Election race for Senator of Massachusetts.
Written by RSN Release
We reported last week that Massachusetts was up for grabs.
SEIU has mobilized and will be deployed throughout Massachusetts. They have offices in Boston, Quincy, Northampton, Florence, Hyannis, ,Charlestown, Watertown, and more, and will be out in force to influence the election on Tuesday. The ...