The Westboro Baptist Church has a long history of media-soliciting domestic and international hate protests, with pickets targeting the funerals of dead children at Sandy Hook, fallen soldiers and celebrities like Paul Walker drawing outsized attention.
Their next dive into the fray is a triple-gainer by their historical standards, though — a protest of Nelson Mandela’s funeral.
The U. S. Chamber of Commerce is launching ads for three Republicans preferred by the establishment, including Rep. Mike Simpson (R-Idaho), who is facing a Tea Party challenger backed by national conservative groups. The move is the latest sign the Chamber plans to go toe-to-toe with groups like the Club for Growth and Madison Project, which are backing Simpson's opponent.
Senator Landrieu has decided to ratchet up her deception of Louisiana voters by lying about my organizations ad exposing her. She calls it blatantly false, but never identifies a single factual error. Instead she tries to change the subject. Landrieu pointed out that some of the judges she voted for received bipartisan support and others never won confirmation.
How bad is the error rate for consumers who have enrolled in Obamacare insurance plans through the HealthCare.gov website? Bad enough that Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) released the information in a Friday afternoon document dump. And bad enough that liberal cheerleaders are claiming a huge success that the error rate has dropped from 25% to less than 10%(!).