Sen. Mary Landrieu’s loss just cements a long-running trend of Southerners increasingly refusing to vote for Democrats who dislike them.
Half of the Democratic senators who voted for Obamacare just five years ago are now gone, seventeen of whom were replaced by Republicans.
Why aren’t Americans consumed by Democrats’ political concerns all the time about everything always? Maybe they’ve seen the results.
Eco-worriers failed their midterms, but promise to ace the 2016 finals. Can they?
The ceaseless debate over the Keystone XL pipeline has nothing to do with affordable energy and everything to do with enriching the political class.
Elbert Guillory has just shown us the way forward.
With five weeks to go until the elections, here’s a rundown on how the Senate races look.
Why the Congressional Hispanic Caucus is hushing up Sen. Mary Landrieu’s vote against their immigration priorities.
Abolishing the Senate ends the DC logjam and puts the people back in charge.
Mixed news with this edition, as Republicans have weakened in North Carolina, strengthened in Iowa’s open seat, and we introduce a new senate elections graphic.
What prevents red state Senate Democrats from distancing themselves from the President?
After months of GOP advances, Democrats have been fighting back, and polls indicate a tougher route to the majority for Republicans.
As public opinion turns against Obamacare—and against big government generally—conservatives can finally make the case for a health care system built on free markets and individual choice.
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