This is the sixth edition of a research project at PoliticusUSA known as Taking Back the House. The purpose of this project is to analyze each Republican Congressional district in the United States and see how likely the district can go 'Blue.'
This is the second edition of a research project at PoliticusUSA known as Taking Back the House. You can check out the previous edition here. The purpose of this project is to analyze each Republican Congressional district in the United States and see how likely the district can go ‘Blue.’ To do this, I will take a look at the overall demographics of the district, as well as review the historical voting patterns and the record of the Congressperson representing the district. This series will run until we’ve looked at every single district in the country, which should take us right into the 2014 campaign season.
Since only a communist would oppose rampant crony capitalism and its corporatist/theocratic ideals, Democrats must be commies
The Alabama Public Service Commission started a meeting about power rate structures with a prayer against Marriage Equality.
The GOP finds itself in trouble as Obama's popularity soars and their own plummets, and Obama's second term only promises more of the same
We had some rough times in 2012 but there are things to like about the year just past. Here are a few of them.
The Religious Right says some laughable things, but there is nothing laughable about their money, power - or influence on American politics
The fundamentalists got themselves covered now, so don't even try to argue: if Obama wins, it's God's will. If Romney wins, it's God's will.
Christian end time fantasies are not limited to the world of fiction; these people get elected to office and influence, even control policy
Ezra Klein, filling in for Rachel Maddow, gave the GOP no respite as he labeled this Congress the "do less than the do-nothing Congress" of 1947
The Dirty Thirty New Year's Edition updates our survey of the GOP's war on women, the environment, education, voting rights and more
A new group wants to nominate a third candidate in 2012 but if there is no clear winner, extremists in the House will choose our president