Republican Romp Extended to State-Level Elections

Republicans swept into control of the U.S. Senate on Tuesday, but that only begins to tell the story of a midterm election that turned into an electoral rout. From Nevada to New Hampshire, Republicans won resounding victories in state-level elections. Combined with unexpected victories in gubernatorial races in Illinois, Maryland and Massachusetts, the Republicans are […]

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Watch: Big Three TV Newscasts Reveal Midterm Election Campaign Bias

The Media Research Center received considerable news coverage with an October 22 study and October 28 follow-up documenting how the Big Three broadcast evening newscasts were virtually ignoring this year’s midterm elections, even as they aggressively covered the midterms in 2006, when Democrats were predicted to make major gains. Over the next two weeks, Fox […]

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British Intel: Terrorists Use Twitter, Facebook As ‘Command-and-Control Networks’

(CNSNews.com) – Amid concern about terrorists’ increasingly effective use of the Internet to spread their message and attract recruits around the world, the head of a key British security agency is appealing for major Internet companies to cooperate more closely with the intelligence community to tackle the challenge. Some of the big U.S. tech companies […]

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The 3 Most Important Takeaways from Election 2014

This morning we woke up to a changed America. Republicans now control 52 seats and counting in the Senate, and expanded their majority in the House. Importantly, these majorities were won by committing to repealing Obamacare and standing for conservative priorities. Republicans also gained at the state level, picking off governorships in liberal-leaning states and […]

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

If Republicans should capture the Senate and retain their majority in the House of Representatives, can they move America toward greater freedom, opportunity and prosperity in the next two years? Or, as some cynics claim, will a conservative Congress and a liberal president simply produce more of the divided uber-partisan government that has characterized Washington […]

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