Cory Gardner is a politician who owes his political career to the unpopularity of Obamacare. Now, he threatens to save it.
Emboldened by a string of electoral and media victories, pro-life candidates have figured out how to put abortion rights supporters on the defensive.
Here are a few pointers for the media and GOP after last week’s successes with conservative female candidates.
With Wendy Davis, Sandra Fluke, and many millions from Planned Parenthood, this should have been a triumph for the War on Women. Instead it was Waterloo.
U.S. Senator Mark Udall’s attempt to woo women was so intense they rejected him as a creepy pervert.
The failure of the “war on women” has broad significance because it is a test of the Democrats’ whole strategy for winning future elections.
There will be plenty of time to take deep dives into the meaning of the Republican midterm blowout.
Republican congressman Cory Gardner’s victory over Democratic Senator Mark Udall is far bigger deal than the media is leading on.
NARAL’s condom ad is the shark-jumping war on women “we have no message” moment of this cycle.
A PAC founded and bankrolled by liberal climate crony Tom Steyer may have funded that terrible Colorado ad accusing Cory Gardner of wanting to ban condoms.
Forget Wendy Davis’s wheelchair ad. This new anti-Cory Gardner ad in Colorado might be the dumbest campaign ad of 2014.
Democrats don’t want to hear the message of midterm 2014 polls: that voters have finally begun to recognize President Obama’s failures.
Suddenly, the gender gap is breaking against the Democrats. The war on women meme may be played out.
Republican contender Cory Gardner looks likely to send Colorado Sen. ‘Mark Uterus’ back home from Washington DC.
You know what’s less popular than Personhood initiatives, Mark Udall? Third-trimester abortions.
Pointing out an unadorned fact is only “negative” if you’re embarrassed by it.
Sen. Mark Udall’s constitutional amendment is nothing short of an attempt to prevent Americans from speaking about their political views.
Republicans may not be interested in this war, but this war is interested in them
With a plethora of vulnerable red-state Democrats and Obamacare’s unpopularity refusing to wane, can Republicans finally pull off a Senate takeover?
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