Could it be about the November elections?
While media pundits have been predicting doom for progressives in the November elections, last week's primaries here showed a different trend.
Tea Party Senate candidate Christine O'Donnell defeated establishment Republican Rep. Mike Castle in the Delaware primary election Sept. 14, jeopardizing GOP chances of taking over the Senate.
The upset victory of tea party-backed Christine O'Donnell over GOP establishment candidate Mike Castle in Delaware shows significant fault lines in the Republican coalition.
Rush Limbaugh, Glenn Beck and Sarah Palin, tea party, etc., comfortably nestle in the Republican Party, endangering to the extreme democracy and progress.
A growing part of the 2010 mid-term election campaigning by labor and other progressive groups involves warning voters what life would actually be like if the Tea Party took over the Congress.
The much vaunted "Restoring Honor" rally, hosted by Fox News' Glenn Beck, promoted24/7 on that station and others, and bankrolled by far-right billionaires, drew an estimated 87,000 people, according to CBS News.
GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. -- In the race for the Michigan governor's job, the choice is simple.
Texas labor-backed candidates hope to win big in November.
As the summer marches on, the possibility that a comprehensive immigration reform law be passed before the November elections is more and more problematic.