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Wednesday
Nov052014

Daily Signal - It's a Wave: Republicans Take US Senate, Add Seats in House, Pick Up Governorships 

 

The Daily Signal

November 5, 2014

Morning Bell

It's a Wave: Republicans Take US Senate, Add Seats in House, Pick Up Governorships

In a near-sweep of yesterday’s midterm elections, Republicans shifted the balance of power in the U.S. Senate, gaining at least seven seats, and widened their majority in the House. Republicans even picked up governorships in deeply Democratic states. Read our in-depth coverage of the races that mattered this election.

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How a Conservative Congress Could Make a Huge Difference in Next Two Years

Daily Policy Focus: Will a conservative Congress and a liberal president simply produce more of the divided uber-partisan government that has characterized Washington politics the last two years?

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How Do Hispanics Really View Immigration Reform?

Despite yesterday’s election results, President Obama is reportedly still planning to move forward with an executive order to grant amnesty to millions of illegal immigrants. The Daily Signal's Genevieve Wood speaks to Mike Gonzalez about it.

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Wednesday
Nov052014

CEI Today: Voter fraud, illegal volunteering, and EPA's clean power plan 

Wednesday, Nov. 5, 2014
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VOTER FRAUD - BILL FREZZA

Daily Caller: Can Big Data Help Eliminate Voter Fraud?

Conservatives take it as a matter of faith that voter fraud is rampant. Liberals take it as a matter of faith that concern over fraud is merely a cover for voter suppression. Where does the truth lie? Can we resolve this argument based on the facts? We may soon find out.

In Frederick County, Maryland, an election watchdog group is suing the Old Line State over alleged voter fraud. Another “gotcha” moment for conservatives or proof of voter suppression?
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ILLEGAL VOLUNTEERING - ALOYSIUS HOGAN

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Did you know it is against the law to volunteer for a for-profit business?  > Read more

EPA'S CLEAN POWER PLAN - WILLIAM YEATMAN


Globalwarming.org: EPA’s Clean Power Plan Defies Its Own Regulation


EPA’s greenhouse gas regulation for existing power plants, known as the Clean Power Plan, is off-putting for a number of reasons. For starters, it’s expensive and threatens electric reliability. The regulation, moreover, is an affront to federalism, insofar as it usurps the States long-held, exclusive authority to oversee retail electricity markets. Despite these drawbacks, the rule would in no way impact the climate. > Read more


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CEI’s Battered Business Bureau: The Week in Regulation

In the final week before the midterm election, agencies published new regulations ranging from dairy profits to Japanese oranges. Fittingly, the total number of new regulations on the year also passed the 3,000 mark on Hallow’s Eve.

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Tuesday
Nov042014

Daily Signal - We Have Become Bad Voters. How We Can Change

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November 4, 2014

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We Have Become Bad Voters. How We Can Change.

Daily Policy Focus: By regularly promising the impossible, political candidates give the dangerous impression that salvation is only one bill, one policy solution away. It breeds impatience, impetuosity and ecstatic hopes in citizens.

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Guns, Bears and Pot: A Sampling of Election Day's 147 State Ballot Measures

Voters in two states and the District of Columbia will vote on measures that would allow recreational use of marijuana for adults.

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The People You Vote Out of Office Tuesday Will Still Have Two Months in Power. What Will They Do?

Genevieve Wood warns: Welcome to the "lame duck" session—where all bets are off.

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Tuesday
Nov042014

Edwards For NH Senate (D4) - November 4th, Election Day ... 

Friends,

With all the debates, ad's and door knocking behind us, today is the day that each and everyone of us have the opportunity to have our voices heard.  Voting is a precious liberty and comes with responsibility.  Use it wisely.   Today, across this beautiful state we have a chance to make a change in the direction of New Hampshire and our country. 

When you enter the voting booth today, please pause for a moment and remember that you live in the greatest country in the world and many have lost their lives to protect your rights and liberty. 

Pause for a moment and thank them.

God bless New Hampshire and the United States of America. 

Thank you,

Chief Eddie Edwards

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Tuesday
Nov042014

ALG's Daily Grind - Will Republicans grab defeat from the jaws of victory? 

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Nov. 4, 2014

Permission to republish original opeds granted.

Will Republicans grab defeat from the jaws of victory?
If Republicans fail to grasp the security theme, and the opportunity to reset the party's brand to being the hope for securing the American dream and the nation, they will have laid the groundwork for future failure — all before the final ballots have been counted. 

Video: This year, vote
A special message from Americans for Limited Government. 

The oil price election connection
In the midst of another election cycle — one that is very important to the future of oil production in America, the Saudis, once again, appear to be orchestrating geopolitical outcomes by ramping up production.

Forecast: Right turn ahead
"The newest Senate Republicans will cement the party's conservative consensus."

  

Nov. 4, 2014

Permission to republish original opeds granted.

Will Republicans grab defeat from the jaws of victory?
If Republicans fail to grasp the security theme, and the opportunity to reset the party's brand to being the hope for securing the American dream and the nation, they will have laid the groundwork for future failure — all before the final ballots have been counted.

Video: This year, vote
A special message from Americans for Limited Government.

The oil price election connection
In the midst of another election cycle — one that is very important to the future of oil production in America, the Saudis, once again, appear to be orchestrating geopolitical outcomes by ramping up production.

Forecast: Right turn ahead
"The newest Senate Republicans will cement the party's conservative consensus."