CHQ - Join Virginia AG Cuccinelli's Live Webcast on the Obamacare Lawsuit, June 16th at 8:00pm EST

Join Virginia AG Cuccinelli's Live Webcast on the Obamacare Lawsuit, June 16th at 8:00pm EST

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Join Virginia AG Cuccinelli's Live Webcast on the Obamacare Lawsuit, June 16th at 8:00pm EST - 220 years of federalism and our republican form of government is at stake. Virginia Attorney General Ken Cuccinelli has filed a lawsuit of historic importance against the federal government, claiming Obamacare is unconstitutional. Will he succeed, or are we doomed? Next Wednesday, June 16th at 8:00pm EST, Ken Cuccinelli is holding a live webcast to tell us about the case, where it stands and what it means. You can be there via webcast, and be a part of constitutional history in the making. Click here and sign up for the webcast next Wednesday, June 16th at 8:00pm EST!

Viguerie: Primary Results Will Push GOP to the Right
NewsMax -- Recent primary defeats mean establishment Republicans will be forced to the right, says Richard Viguerie. 

Bruce Bartlett's Intellectually Dishonest Smear of the Tea Party Movement
American Thinker - Michael Patrick Leahy comments on fallen-conservative Bruce Bartlett's recent smear of the Tea Party movement, arguing that Bartlett's false impressions of Tea Partiers was based on faulty and biased research compiled by a dedicated Leftist. 

Angle Wins 'Shocker' To Challenge Reid
Newsmax - David Patten offers a detailed look at Nevada GOP U.S. Senate candidate Sharron Angle's stunning 14-point win on Tuesday, a result that shook the political landscape far beyond the glittering lights of the Silver State. 

Christine O'Donnell: "Citizen Politician" - One Senate contest that hasn't received a lot of national attention is the race in Delaware to fill the remainder of Joe Biden's vacated term - and the main reason we're not hearing much about it is the GOP establishment has already 'filled' the spot, even before the state primary, with RINO Rep. Mike Castle (lifetime ACU rating:  52.9).

Measuring the Impact of a Nod From Palin
Wall Street Journal - Tuesday's somewhat surprising primary results once again brought Gov. Sarah Palin into focus, not because she won or lost an election, but because the candidates she endorsed fared well or better than originally expected in most cases.

Sarah Palin: Please Endorse Rob Simmons
World Net Daily - Connecticut resident Ann Coulter rhetorically begs Sarah Palin to weigh-in on her state's GOP U.S. Senate contest, imploring the former Alaska governor to use her endorsement magic touch to elevate the candidacy of Coulter's choice in the race, Rob Simmons.

Will The Media Call This The Year Of The Woman?
Hot Air (blog) - The liberal media gushed on 1992 as 'the year of the woman' when four female liberals were elected to the U.S. Senate - but now that Republicans could possibly be poised to elect a number of female candidates nationwide for different offices, will the media talkers be willing to call 2010 the same thing?

John Gizzi:  The Knee-Jerk Election Year
Human Events - Conservative political guru John Gizzi provides his analysis of the results from Tuesday's primary elections, and concludes that they can only be summed up as continuation of 'the knee-jerk election year' because so many unusual things occurred. 

Florida Senate: Crist 37%, Rubio 37%, Meek 15%
Rasmussen Reports - Poll numbers continue to swing wildly in the Florida U.S. Senate race, with Republican Party deserter-turned Independent Gov. Charlie Crist having pulled into a tie with conservative favorite Marco Rubio.