Tag Archives: election

Alieta Eck, Steve Lonegan, and confusion

Alieta Eck makes evolution and creation a campaign issue

Alieta Eck and Steve Lonegan are both running for the United States Senate. Furthermore, they are running in New Jersey. Anyone living in New Jersey knows such a race can get ugly fast. This race got as ugly as any race ever got. And the incredible thing about it is: they’re both Republicans.

Steve Lonegan: an open letter

TEA Party to GOP establishment: enough already.

To Steve Lonegan, from Dwight Kehoe of the Tea Party Advocacy Tracking Hub

Dear Steve:

During these past tumultuous 5 or 6 years, I have been either at your side at news conferences in out-of-the-way suburbs, captained buses to Washington DC, worked with you during the “November is Coming” effort and attended or helped with symposiums and seminars.

Christie: Democrat-lite Trojan horse

Team New Jersey. Not a party. A team. And right now they say: not another Bush!

Governor Christie tries to pass himself off as a conservative. Let me be clear: in 2009 it was Corzine or Christie, a progressive Democrat or a fraudulent Republican. Or should I say Democrat-lite; he’s certainly not the real thing. In short, Christie is a fraud pretending to be a conservative. He saddled New Jersey even more debt, higher taxes, higher insurance costs, and raised the tolls. If that wasn’t enough his judicial appointments consisted of left-wing progressives and Islamic sympathizers.

Steve Lonegan to run for senator

Spotlight on New Jersey: Steve Lonegan

Steve Lonegan, special consultant for Americans for Prosperity, said today he will gather signatures to enter the primary in the special election for the US Senate. And a spokesman for Team New Jersey pledged him their full support.

Special election: Christie’s calculus

Chris Christie called a special Senate election for his own benefit. Or did he?

The special election to fill the now-vacant Senate seat in New Jersey is all about Chris Christie’s political calculus. And for that reason it is the weirdest special election, under the weirdest circumstances, anyone can imagine.

Christie calls special Senate election

Chris Christie called a special Senate election for his own benefit. Or did he?

Governor Chris Christie of New Jersey today called a special election to fill the empty US Senate seat of the late Frank R. Lautenberg. At the same time he declined to name an interim Senator today.

New Jersey Republican primary: last list

TEA Party to GOP establishment: enough already.

For the past few days TPATH has devoted, almost exclusively, all our efforts towards today’s New Jersey Republican Primary election. This is an off year election and one of only two in the entire country. [The other: Virginia]

New Jersey primaries: political sham?

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What does it mean to be Republican in New Jersey? ABSOLUTELY NOTHING!

NJ holds a place of dishonor in the Republican Party as the only state in the nation that has not adopted the Republican Platform. Some voting Republican in NJ believe their candidates are bona fide Conservatives. Others often begrudgingly cast their vote for the lesser of two evils.

New Jersey primary issues

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We have been stressing that it’s not about political parties. It’s about candidates of moral character protecting your constitutional rights. Let’s briefly discuss four issues that all New Jersey voters should think about on Primary day:

Moral authority and legal authority

Barack H. Obama gave one of the worst State of the Union addresses of his career.

A United States Senator finally said it: Barack H. Obama is throwing away his moral authority to lead the country. If only this same Senator was willing to avow the full truth. Which is that Obama has no more legal authority than moral authority.