I find it comforting to listen to the most informative political news I can find.
So I'll recommend Bret Baier at 5:00 Central on FOX during the week as the only hour I would watch if limited to one hour a day.
As I channel flip today, I've found CNN/MSNBC to be very good right now and last hour because no one is stepping on another's conversation and the defense of Obama is really missing.
I see FOX back to trying to win the Senate today, though they do have a good by-line for up-to-date news---I just mute it.I'll give that one to you. I don't like these grand predictions.
If there's anything I've learned from being a Cowboys fan, it's to not count your win until there's no time left on the clock.
In another post, I'll detail to you how NEITHER party may have control in the Senate throughout the next term.
Dana's prediction on A. King from ME switching parties is close, though I see King forming a 3rd party in the Senate.
Remember all those Senate gangs that formed and actually got something done?
Independent Orman has a good chance to rock the Senate from Kansas and hasn't committed to either party.
Sanders-I-VT is hell-bent on leaving his mark, currently traveling the South and gauging a run for POTUS as a DEM or an INDY.
I read a story from a decent GOP writer discussing Manchin-D-WV switching parties if the GOP wins the Senate.
Instead, I can see a 4 or 6 man team to make both parties come together.
And that doesn't begin to address the almost guaranteed run-off in Louisiana Dec. 6th.
Not to mention a good possibility of a run-off in Gerorgia due to a strong Libertarian and a 50% rule on Nov. 4th.
The unreal part on this one is the run-off being Jan. 6th 2015, AFTER the New Congress is supposed to begin.