On Tuesday April 29th the Supreme Court began hearing oral arguments on the very controversial case of same-sex marriage. The Court will hear arguments surrounding two separate questions: first if same-sex marriages are Constitutional under the 14th Amendment. The second will address whether states banning gay marriage are required to recognize lawful same-sex marriage from […]
A new poll released by WPA Opinion Research on behalf of the Family Research Councill shows that the vast majority of Americans support religious liberty in the workplace. Last week saw Governor Mike Pence (R-IN) signing Indiana’s “Religious Freedom Restoration Act,” infuriating liberals zealots whom alleged his legislation encouraged discrimination against gays. It’s safe to assume these […]
Exclusive: Poll shows voter support for gas tax 16 February 2015 Aaron Gould Sheinin A majority of Georgia voters would support paying higher gas taxes to fund transportation improvements, a new poll released Monday shows. The poll, conducted for the Georgia Chamber of Commerce, shows strong support among Georgians for lawmakers to boost funding for […]
Obama says there was no “hard sell” for Obamacare. The $700 million he spent advertising it says otherwise.
(Fox News appearance 4/3/14) From the moment he rammed Obamacare through Congress, the President has treated this like one of his political campaigns. He’s paid people to go out into communities and sign up participants for Obamacare, he and state governments have spent on advertising that talked little about the content or benefit of the […]
During the last few years while the country has experienced economic low points causing some to question their economic futures ( I’m guilty of this), Hispanics have clung on to the traditional idea of attaining the American Dream, despite the economic hardships many of them currently face. What hardships am I talking about? Take […]
A new poll from Quinnipiac reveals that President Obama’s approval rate is taking a plunge and pulling Democratic lawmakers down with him. Among the findings: President Barack Obama’s job approval among American voters drops to a new low, a negative 38 – 57 percent. Obama gets a negative 41 – 49 percent among voters 18 […]
True conservative Mike Huckabee discussed the recent WPA/Family Research Council National Poll showing that a majority of Americans oppose the HHS mandate on contraceptives. Listen to Governor Huckabee’s radio broadcast here!
WPA Opinion Research conducted a national survey of 801 likely voters to gauge public perception on President Obama’s promise that “if you like your health care plan, you can keep it.” Consistent with recent public data, WPA found that the 2012 election would have been different had Obama voters been aware that their health care […]
So many times people are afraid to run for office because they think the amount of money they need to raise is too daunting. Unfortunately, many good candidates then decide not to run. In a recent article by Sean Trende, “Is the Value of Campaign Spending Overrated?” this issue is well researched and the facts […]
This past week, Harvard Political Scientist Ryan Enos suggested something that defied what many Americans have assumed for years: Good looking candidates don’t always win elections. I know – this is truly shocking. But the truth is that attractiveness is not a deciding factor for the majority of people when it comes to elections. The […]
Now that the debt deal has been pushed down the road (again), we find ourselves back to the issue of immigration in Washington (again). The results of these negotiations are important to Republicans because we’ve seen over the past two presidential elections that Hispanics are voting in larger and larger numbers, and the dramatic […]
(Photo credit to AP Photos) Prepare for some shocking news. The media is biased. Yes, I know. That’s pretty surprising. But there’s more! The media has a distinctly liberal bias. Unbelievable! Okay, so maybe that wasn’t the least bit surprising. But if you try to tell liberals that the media leans towards their side of […]