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Dems upset fellow Dems are not sharing their wealth when it comes to campaign contributions

October 20, 2010

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With many Democrats finding themselves lagging in the polls and short of campaign cash, Politico reports that some are starting to whine about the tightwads in their midst.  Cash-strapped House Democrats are beginning to feel Scrooged by politically safe elder statesmen who won’t part with stockpiles of campaign money. Dozens of House Democrats with no electoral worries are […]

Obama’s war on the Chamber of Commerce; Update I: No letting up by the White House; Update II: Source of unfounded Chamber of Commerce rumor

October 10, 2010


No doubt by now you’ve heard the latest war cry from the left, led by the White House:  the Chamber of Commerce (CoC) is using foreign money to “buy” our elections in favor of Republicans.  While there is no proof whatsoever behind this claim, it hasn’t stopped the left from pushing the message into the […]

Money, money, who got the lobbyists’ money?

October 8, 2010


If you’re not aware of the site yet, is a great resource for information on where from and to whom money flows in the world of politics.  A few days ago they posted a piece on who’s been raking in the lobbyists’ money for this November’s elections.    Here’s their list of the top seven […]

Rangel Jurist Won’t Be Giving Back Campaign Donations Received from Rangel

August 5, 2010


[picapp align=”none” wrap=”false” link=”term=ethics+trial&iid=9448167″ src=”″ width=”380″ height=”253″ /] Although Chris Van Hollen, chairman of the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee (DCCC), claims that the upcoming ethics trials of Representatives Rangel and Waters will prove how Democrats have “strengthened the ethics process,”  his claim is hard to believe.  This is especially true when one of the Democrats […]