Tag Archives: 2010 Midterm Election

The Revival Ought Not Forget Social Conservatism

Some say that the Tea Party’s popularity and the general rightward movement in America have come about based solely on economic and anti-establishment concerns. Conservatives have been told that defense of issues like the right to life, traditional marriage, and … Continue reading

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Firing Pelosi

Walking past the Republican National Committee’s headquarters in D.C., all you can see is a giant red banner with the newest GOP campaign to “Fire Pelosi”. This has been a central focus for the 2010 Midterm Elections to win back … Continue reading

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The Battle for the Senate

With  just over one month until election day,  we can safely say that Republicans will take back the House, barring some unfortunate strain of plague that only attacks Republicans running for office.  But what about the Senate? After Christine O’Donnell’s … Continue reading

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A Different Kind of Recovery

The Obama Administration has called Summer 2010 the “Summer of Recovery.”  While the economic numbers are remaining stagnant, there is a very different recovery on the way. As of right now, it appears likely that in the 2010 Midterm Elections … Continue reading

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