Allen West for Congress

Lieutenant Colonel Allen West (US Army, Retired) was born and raised in Atlanta Georgia and is third of four generations of military servicemen in his family. His parents instilled in him a very basic principle, love of God and Country. In 2004, when it was time to retire from more than twenty years of service in the US Army, he … Read More

One-Third May Be Open To Behavioral Tracking

Nearly a third (32%) of Americans say they would be open to having their Web-surfing and television viewing habits monitored in order to receive ads more relevant to their interests — as long as the data collected could not identify them as individuals, according to a global study of consumer media habits and advertising attitudes conducted by market research firm … Read More

Doug Hoffman Blames ACORN for Stealing Election

By Brian Monopoli, The Conservative Party candidate who conceded a closely-watched upstate New York House race has formally repudiated that concession in a statement that suggests community-organizing group ACORN stole the election for his Democratic opponent. Hoffman first suggested he was “unconceding” earlier this week on Glenn Beck’s radio show. “Recent developments leave me to wonder who is scheming … Read More

GOP Takes the Health Care Debate Online

By Stephanie Condon, As the House of Representatives prepares to take up debate on the Democrats’ massive health care overhaul, Republicans are preparing Internet-based efforts to present a united front against the bill. The bill, Republican leaders say, is bloated with questionable provisions that few citizens — or legislators — have had a chance to debate. Now, they intend … Read More

Conservatives Maintain Edge as Top Ideological Group

Compared with 2008, more Americans “conservative” in general, and on issuesby Lydia Saad, Gallup Research PRINCETON, NJ — Conservatives continue to outnumber moderates and liberals in the American populace in 2009, confirming a finding that Gallup first noted in June. Forty percent of Americans describe their political views as conservative, 36% as moderate, and 20% as liberal. This marks a … Read More

Closing the Deal at the Virtual Checkout Counter

By CLAIRE CAIN MILLER, The New York TimesPublished: October 11, 2009 Shoppers rarely drive to the mall, load up their carts and then abandon them in the middle of the store. On the Web, though, it happens all the time. In online stores, it is much easier for shoppers to fill their virtual shopping carts — and much easier for … Read More

Party Time: Tivo Measures Viewing, Via Dems, GOP

by Wayne Friedman, Yesterday, 12:02 PM Want to grab a Republican and not in the usual TV places? Try “Wipeout” on ABC. A Democrat? How about TNT’s “Saving Grace”? In July, TiVo used PowerWatchTM ratings service — one that surveys its DVR users — to examine party affiliations concerning TV programming. It didn’t just measure the seemingly obvious TV news … Read More

Email Open Rates Continue To Rise

By Gavin O’Malley, Media Post For the fourth quarter in a row, email open-rates were up across a cross-section of indutries, according to new data from study from direcet amrketing agency Epsilon. What’s more, 14 of the 16 industries measures saw an increase year-over-year by the close of the second quarter. To continue reading this article in its entirety:

72 Hours Is So 5 Years Ago

If you haven’t started your GOTV push, you’re already late…By Erin McPike, Politics Magazine When it comes to getting out the vote, 72 hours just doesn’t cut it anymore. Five years ago, the GOP’s meticulous 72-hour program was cited again and again, particularly in Ohio, as a driver behind the party’s success in what strategists say was largely a base … Read More