GOP Women win nominations in UT and VA

This past week was a big one for GOP women.  Both Mia Love and Barbara Comstock won nominations to run for Congressional seats in Utah and Virginia respectively.  

Rising GOP star Mia Love easily won the nomination at the Utah GOP’s nominating convention. This will be Love’s second attempt to run for Congress in Utah’s 4th district. Love beat out Bob Feuher with 78% of the vote. 

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The Left's Lies About Sex

Hookup.jpgI recently read an article on PolicyMic called "17 Lies We Need to Stop Teaching Girls About Sex".  I was led to this article by a link on my Facebook page that both Planned Parenthood and Cecile Richards, President of Planned Parenthood, had posted.  

The author leads into the list by stating that these lies are "Fueled by outdated ideals of gender roles and the sense that female sexuality is somehow shameful" and that we need to be teaching girls to feel "comfortable with their sexuality". 

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No Winners or Losers, Just Mediocrity

Baseball.jpgIt’s October 2014. Hot dogs are cooked, peanuts are ready, and stadiums have perfected their version of Take Me Out to the Ballgame. Ten teams have risen above the pack and are set to begin battle in the Major League Baseball playoffs. 

However, Bud Selig has called a press conference three days before the first pitch that he says will change the landscape of America’s past time forever.

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Don't Believe The Spin: 2014 Elections Are Far From Settled

The following article was sent to me by Bill Wilson, who runs the Market Research Foundation, and is a fascinating evaluation of the VA Gubernatorial race - based on real numbers - and what those results could mean for 2014. Republicans would do well to pay very close attention, but ladies...we have some serious work to do educating and convincing our own to get out and vote. 

In recent weeks the media has been flooded with stories predicting a Republican sweep in the 2014 mid-term elections. Every prognosticator, soothsayer, and aspiring pollster has written about the impending doom for Democrats. And, while it may be comforting to read for those who are repulsed by the Obama Administration and their never-ending stream of regulations and disregard of the law to suit their own ends, it may be a bit too soon to start the celebration.

Simply put, most of the polling is based on a turnout model that resembles the 2010 mid-term elections. And, to some extent, this may be justified. Many Democrat-leaning groups are tired and upset. Obamacare is a dismal failure no matter how much gloss NBC tries to put on it. The amateurish foreign policy of the current regime is truly scary to everyone. And Obama's most loyal followers are mired in high unemployment, reduced welfare spending instead of sky-rocketing increases, and a general sense of being ignored.

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Girl Hands Unemployed Father's Resume to Michelle Obama

Girl_Resume.jpgA young girl attending the "Take our Daughters and Sons to Work Day" event at the White House handed her unemployed father's resume to Michelle Obama during a question and answer time.  

According to the Washington Post, the little girl told Michelle, "My dad's been out of a job for three years and I wanted to give you his resume".  

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