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  • (2005) Soros Shadow Party Stalks DeLay

    04/12/2005 1:48:32 AM PDT · by rdb3 · 162 replies · 5,681+ views
    FPM ^ | 12 APRIL 2005 | Richard Poe
    Soros Shadow Party Stalks DeLayBy Richard | April 12, 2005 On the day that Terri Schiavo died — victim of a court order condemning the brain-damaged woman to death by thirst and starvation — Representative Tom DeLay of Texas did what few politicians have the courage to do these days. He spoke his mind."This loss happened because our legal system did not protect the people who need protection most," DeLay told Fox News on March 31. "The time will come for the men responsible for this to answer for their behavior." DeLay’s strong language worried some Republicans. They pointed...
  • The Quiet Revolution: How the New Left Took Over the Democratic Party

    08/23/2015 9:13:09 AM PDT · by MtnClimber · 31 replies
    American Thinker ^ | August 23, 2015 | Scott S. Powell
    ...Upon assuming office, President Obama had no problem bypassing the Constitutional advise-and-consent role of Congress in his appointment of a record number of czars, many of whom were so radical they would have failed to pass Senate confirmation. One of the offshoots of former IPS director Robert Borosage was the Apollo Alliance, an organization that he co-founded in 2001. Apollo saw its political clout increase dramatically with the election of Barack Obama. Van Jones, a self-described communist and an Apollo Alliance activist, was appointed Green Jobs czar by President Obama. A month after inauguration, a centerpiece of Apollo’s policy agenda...
  • More Money Than Brains: the Campaign for America’s Future

    09/02/2008 1:34:13 PM PDT · by vadum · 2 replies · 97+ views
    Capital Research Center ^ | September 2, 2008 | Matthew Vadum
    The cocky left-wing group, the Campaign for America's Future, is trying to put a damper on the Republican Party's national convention in St. Paul, Minnesota, a Washington Post blog reports. CAF is so certain that conservatism is writhing in its death throes that it feels it can afford to blow money on extending a middle finger to GOP delegates in a TV spot that is running in delegates' hotels. To the tune of "Thanks for the Memories," the ad opens with a caption, "To the conservatives gathered in St. Paul:" followed by "Thanks for the memories..." It shows a flooded...
  • Democrats Skepticle of Bush Offer

    11/06/2004 6:56:01 AM PST · by gs-conserv · 56 replies · 914+ views
    Washington Post ^ | Saturday, November 6, 2004; Page A01 | John F. Harris and Helen Dewar
    Many Democrats said the experience of the first term -- in which they perceive that Bush promised cooperation but governed in a highly partisan fashion -- has left them reluctant to cooperate with Bush unless he takes the first step by moderating his course on such issues as Social Security, judicial appointments and limiting lawsuits. "They make a profound mistake if they think we're demoralized," said Sen. Byron L. Dorgan (N.D.), a moderate Democrat whose reaction echoed the unyielding tone that generally prevailed among Democrats of all ideological stripes yesterday. "We're not going to roll over and play dead. ....
  • NYT: Advisers Urge Kerry to Flex Power in Senate and Party (Print ed.: Kerry is Urged to Use Power)

    11/06/2004 6:40:04 AM PST · by OESY · 57 replies · 3,418+ views
    New York Times ^ | November 6, 2004 | DAVID M. HALBFINGER
    Still reeling from his loss to President Bush on Tuesday, Senator John Kerry is being urged by top advisers and friends to take a high-profile role as the Democratic Party grapples with issues like selecting its next chairman and shaping its identity and course. Unlike Al Gore, who made a tortured exit from the public stage after his loss to Mr. Bush four years ago, Mr. Kerry has a Senate seat to return to and is under no pressure to disappear from view for the sake of national unity and the legitimacy of the presidency, his advisers say. They argue...
  • And from the Right: Joe Wilson?

    07/28/2004 8:09:50 PM PDT · by RWR8189 · 10 replies · 787+ views
    The Weekly Standard ^ | July 28, 2004 | Matthew Continetti
    Only on a panel sponsored by the Campaign for America's Future.Boston"ARE YOU ALL READY TO TAKE BACK AMERICA?" Robert Borosage, the co-director of Campaign for America's Future, asked on Wednesday, standing in front of an enthusiastic crowd at the Royal Sonesta Hotel in Cambridge. And the crowd sure was ready. They hooted and hollared. They roared and screamed. They nodded their heads vigorously. The day before, Michael Moore had stopped by. On Wednesday, Reps. Dennis Kucinich and Barbara Lee, former senator Gary Hart, and Ambassador Joe Wilson took the stage.The occasion was a debate on the Iraq war, which may...