The Daily Caller

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In defense of Christine O'Donnell

O’Donnell did both the Republican Party and the conservative movement a service in 2010.

O'Donnell: Rumors of investigation 'an attempt to discredit this whole Tea Party movement' - TheDC

The former Delaware GOP Senate candidate denied the charges she used her campaign funds for personal use

O'Donnell: Punditry 'got me in trouble' - TheDC

Christine O’Donnell addresses masturbation comments, ‘witch ad,’ and her future plans in ‘Tonight Show’ appearance

Republican establishment elites are wrong

Jim DeMint is not to blame for the GOP’s failure to gain control of the Senate.

O'Donnell is most covered candidate in 2010 - TheDC

Even though she is behind by double digits in the latest polls, Christine O’Donnell only trails President Obama in coverage of political figures

TheDC Analysis: The coming war within the GOP - TheDC

The battle starts Wednesday as the Tea Party storms Washington

The political boob tube - TheDC

How Aqua Buddha, shooting cap and trade (literally), and a witch ad decided three Senate races

Obama didn't denigrate the presidency by appearing on Stewart's show

Why is there so much outrage on the right over Obama’s ‘Daily Show’ appearance?

Has Sarah Palin cost Republicans the Senate?

Palin’s Senate picks have been train wrecks.

The future looks dim for Christine O'Donnell

For O’Donnell, Tea Party magic has worn off and the hard-hitting realities of a general election have set in.

O'Donnell raises $1 million per week since primary - TheDC

Delaware Senate candidate Christine O’Donnell’s fundraising report indicates the campaign has already surpassed its October goal

Is it 'do-or-die' week for Democrats? - TheDC

Democratic Senate candidates hope to regain some momentum during debate week

TheDC Midterm Preview - TheDC

Democrats edging towards loss of Senate

Senate GOP: ready to lead?

Regardless of whether Republicans retake the Senate, they better come prepared with a serious agenda.

Dawn Of The GOP Dead - TheDC

Republican perennial candidates for Senate ride the Tea Party wave to relevance

Respecting the Tea Party

The establishment should take the Tea Party seriously — if only for political reasons.

'I'm no one's pet!' Oh, really? - TheDC

Democratic Delaware Senate nominee is delivering mixed messages on his intent if elected

Murkowski: unsportsmanlike woman of the year

Lisa Murkowski lost her race fair and square and needs to grow up.

Mike Castle can win it -- for Christine O'Donnell

If Mike Castle mounts a write-in campaign, he may pull enough moderates away from Coons for O’Donnell to win.