While Joe Miller is raising money with the Republican big wigs in Washington, D.C., tweeting about house shopping, name plaques, and his office furniture needs, I'm meeting with working men and women to talk about improving our economy.
Just as with Palin, the Miller campaign seems happy to take the money and the success the Tea Party brings, but they shun the controversial association in public, undoubtedly fearing the "extremist" label.
Three weeks out for Alaska Democrats the situation stands. Waste a vote on Scott McAdams. Try to defeat Joe Miller by voting to help Lisa Murkowski rejoin a Senate Republican caucus that she should be ashamed to have been a member of.
As economists warn against the danger of a monopoly of industry in distorting and destroying an economy, our two party monopoly on government is causing similar effects on our political system.
Putting an end to entitlements on a national level and empowering states has been a key message in Miller's campaign. In the weeks leading up to the admission about his wife's unemployment history, Miller has finessed his message on unemployment benefits.
Stomach-punched into depression by that bruising Republican primary for Delaware's open U.S. Senate seat, Rep. Mike Castle (R) chewed on an independen...
Tea party-backed Joe Miller, who is running for U.S. Senate in Alaska, tried to block the Troopergate investigation that dogged Sarah Palin in 2008 wh...
Lisa Murkowski has announced in Anchorage that she will mount a write-in campaign to retain the control of her Senate seat after being upset by a slim...
Why should you care about a small town mayor running for US Senate in Alaska? As we've seen, a single senator from any state, whether next-door or far-flung, can become an almost insurmountable impediment to progress.
Democrats are enjoying sitting back with their popcorn buckets as they watch the GOP Civil War get nastier by the minute, making it even more likely that the left will have another two years at the controls.
Tired of bleak political news? Here is an optimistic scenario of what just might happen on November 2: some Republican gains, but both houses of Congress remain Democratic.
The Tea Party's premise is like phoning someone you're mad at because they won't call you back and telling them never to call you again. That'll show 'em you aren't crazy!
Alaska Republican Senate candidate Joe Miller, an outspoken critic of federal funding, has in the past obtained federal farm subsidies in the amount of more than $7,000 for Kansas farmland
For Murkowski, "the gloves are off." Conventional wisdom has it that write-in campaigns are quixotic, but Murkowski made clear she was one woman who wasn't going to quit on Alaska.
Sen. Lisa Murkowski (R-AK) announced that she will be a write-in candidate for U.S. Senator in Alaska. Not surprisingly, Republicans are concerned.