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November 6, 2010
WALL STREET JOURNAL — Republicans are planning to demand major spending cuts next year before they would agree to raise the amount of federal debt that can be issued, setting up a clash between the Obama administration and a Congress stocked with lawmakers who campaigned as deficit hawks... (more)

November 6, 2010
JOAN SWIRSKY — I say redux, brought back, because two years ago, on November 7, 2008, after the barely one-term Democrat Illinois Senator Barack Obama had, ahem, "won" the presidency against Arizona's Senator John McCain... (more)

November 6, 2010
KRISTAN HAWKINS — Coming off perhaps one of the most historic election cycles in our nation's history, Americans overwhelmingly voted against the pro-abortion Obama agenda and showed Washington insiders that the country is pro-life. The results of the election were awe-inspiring and a testament to the will of the American people... (more)

November 6, 2010
JOSEPH FARAH — Criticize Barack Obama in any way and you might be labeled a racist by someone. Question his constitutional eligibility and it is a certainty. In fact, though some 58 percent of Americans do question his eligibility, according to the latest CNN poll, the self-described "African-American magazine" Africana Online recently published a piece making the extraordinary claim that anyone doing so is guilty of "backdoor racism"... (more)

November 5, 2010
WASHINGTON TIMES — This week's elections weren't just about the economy. Concerned about judicial tyranny, Iowans booted all three of the state Supreme Court justices who appeared on Tuesday's ballot - the first high court justices to be defeated since 1962, when Iowans created a system of voting on whether or not judges should be retained... (more)

November 5, 2010
NEWSMAX — GOP icon Sarah Palin is warning her fellow Republicans that they must respond to voters' frustrations over spiraling unemployment and massive deficit spending or risk losing their newfound dominance in Washington, D.C.... (more)

November 5, 2010
REUTERS — Republican Representative Ron Paul on Thursday said he will push to examine the Federal Reserve's monetary policy decisions if he takes control of the congressional subcommittee that oversees the central bank as expected in January... (more)

November 5, 2010
KRISTAN HAWKINS — Coming off perhaps one of the most historic election cycles in our nation's history, Americans overwhelmingly voted against the pro-abortion Obama agenda and showed Washington insiders that the country is pro-life. The results of the election were awe-inspiring and a testament to the will of the American people... (more)

November 4, 2010
WES VERNON, RA ANALYST — As of late Wednesday -- with just a few close races yet to be settled -- the Republicans stood to make a net gain of as many as 67 seats in the House of Representatives -- "the people's House"... (more)

November 3, 2010
CNSNEWS.COM — With Republicans in control of the House of Representatives, President Obama says he may rely on the "lame-duck" Democratic Congress to push through a measure to legalize homosexuals openly serving in the U.S. military... (more)

November 3, 2010
NEWSMAX — Republicans reacted sharply on Wednesday to President Barack Obama's post-election speech, objecting that it showed he still "doesn't get" the message Americans are trying to send to him and the Democratic Party... (more)

November 3, 2010
CNSNEWS.COM — In a historic move, voters in Iowa kicked out three State Supreme Court justices over their 2009 decisions to allow same-sex couples to marry... (more)

November 3, 2010
NEWSMAX — One of the most remarkable yet least reported developments stemming from Tuesday's stunning GOP landslide was the return of two African-American Republicans to Congress for the first time in over a decade. Allen West in Florida's 22nd congressional district, and Tim Scott in South Carolina's 1st congressional district, have been declared the likely winners in their respective races... (more)

November 3, 2010
THE HILL — Democrats who voted for their party's signature domestic achievement dropped like flies throughout the evening, adding credence to Republicans' claim that the American public wants them to repeal healthcare reform. The law's proponents read the writing on the wall early on and acted quickly to pre-empt that impression... (more)

November 3, 2010
NEWSMAX — Republicans have won "de facto control" of the U.S. Senate, syndicated columnist and Fox News commentator Charles Krauthammer declared early this morning. The message voters delivered on Election Night was so strong, Krauthammer said, that Senate Democrats will continue to distance themselves from President Barack Obama's policies for fear of political repercussions... (more)

November 3, 2010
ASSOCIATED PRESS — A top House Republican who's been considering a possible bid for the White House is stepping down from the House GOP leadership team. Indiana Republican Mike Pence says he's considering new opportunities to serve his state and the nation and might not be able to pledge to serve a whole term as GOP conference chair... (more)

November 3, 2010

November 2, 2010
FOX NEWS — A lawyer for the Nevada Senate candidate Sharron Angle filed a complaint with the Justice Department on Tuesday accusing Senator Harry Reid's campaign of engaging in voter intimidation... (more)

November 2, 2010
WASHINGTON TIMES — Republicans celebrating yesterday's ballot-box drubbing of Democrats should not be lulled into thinking their virtues carried the day. The election was first and foremost a referendum on the policies of President Obama and congressional Democrats. That verdict was clear: The American people want change... (more)

November 2, 2010
NEWSMAX — University of Virginia Center for Politics expert Dr. Larry J. Sabato tells Newsmax that Republicans appear to be headed for a record-breaking night in the House of Representatives. Sabato's Crystal Ball publication projected that Republicans would score a net gain of at least 55 seats in the lower chamber... (more)

November 2, 2010
CONNIE HAIR — House Republican Leader John Boehner was in Washington, D.C. last night at the National Republican Congressional Committee shindig celebrating the historic win for House Republicans. Boehner, the presumptive new Speaker of the House for the 112th Congress, topped off the night with talk of putting the American people back in charge, cutting spending and reducing the size of government... (more)

November 2, 2010
WASHINGTON TIMES — Congressional Democrats are poised to lose the largest governing majority in a generation. The House certainly will return to Republican control after only four years, and the Democrats' 60-seat Senate supermajority effectively will be reduced to a tie. Liberals are having a hard time explaining why this is happening... (more)

November 2, 2010
NEWSMAX — Tsunami. Earthquake. Hurricane. Even as pundits struggle to find new metaphors to describe the scope of the GOP landslide expected on Tuesday, the latest polls indicate the midterm grass-roots wave could be even more powerful than analysts are predicting... (more)

November 2, 2010
A.W.R. HAWKINS — When the Founding Fathers created this nation, they designated it a republic rather than a democracy. They did so because a republic is fixed and tends toward stability over time, whereas a democracy, which is always in flux, is prone to violent dissolution at any moment... (more)

November 1, 2010
NEWSMAX — Michael Reagan, son of late President Ronald Reagan, predicted a rousing GOP triumph on Election Day and blasted "old dog" Republicans he says are posing as grass-roots conservatives, telling them, "Please leave the room and leave this to us"... (more)


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