Coming to you live tonight from the Balboa Bay Club in Newport, site of the big Birth Choice Gala, where friends are supporting the great work of the five Birth Choice Health Clinics and Mobile Clinic. To make your gift, go to bchcdonor.org.
400-408 – Kathleen Eaton, founder-CEO of Birth Choice Health Clinics (for donors bchcdonor.org, for services birthchoice.com, 800-771-5089), with locations in Mission Viejo, Placentia, Long Beach, Orange, Napa, and, the Mobile Clinic that went operational in November 2010. Every 28 seconds a baby is aborted. 77% of women that receive a free ultrasound from Birth Choice end up keeping their baby! And so far, 4,300 babies have been saved since they've gone "medical."
413-423 – Gary Bauer, served eight years in the Reagan Administration as both Under Secretary of Education and as President Reagan's Chief Domestic Policy Advisor, and today, is the President of Our American Values (ouramericanvalues.org).
428-438 – Keith Cotton, Birth Choice's Mobile Clinic Manager for the past two years this month, in the field 3-days a week, on top of doing 8-12 Health Fairs each years. They're now at the Delhi community center in Santa Ana from 900-400pm on Tuesdays, Kid Works Community Center in Santa Ana from 10-430pm on Wednesdays, and at the Anaheim Indoor Marketplace in Anaheim from 1130-630pm on Fridays.
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443-452 – Birth Choice client Christina shares her story.
458-508 – • Business Insider (11/08/2012) Surprise! You'll Never Guess Who Was The Most Accurate Pollster This Election Season...
Fordham's political science department has published a list of the most and least accurate pollsters of the 2012 campaign between President Barack Obama and Republican challenger Mitt Romney.
The top and bottom of the list are equally surprising. Two left-leaning Democratic pollsters top the list: Public Policy Polling, which nailed the election prediction if Florida goes for Obama, and the Daily Kos/SEIU/PPP poll, a weekly tracking poll.
Meanwhile, near the bottom of the list is the poll that we've been tracking for a while now — Gallup. It came in 24th out of 27 polls in the rankings.
Also notable: YouGov and Reuters/Ipsos, which rank an impressive third and fourth in the list, are conducted online.
Here's the full list (polls with an asterisk were more favorable to Obama, and polls without were more favorable to Romney):
1. Public Policy Polling (D)*
1. Daily Kos/SEIU/PPP*
5. Purple Strategies
13. Pew Research*
13. Hartford Courant/UConn*
15. FOX News
15. Washington Times/JZ Analytics
15. Newsmax/JZ Analytics
15. American Research Group
15. Gravis Marketing
23. Democracy Corps (D)*
27. National Journal*
• Fox News (11/07/2012) 2012 Fox News Exit Polls.
My Summary – The electorate was D+3.
We are 72% White (Romney 59/39), 13% Black (Obama 93/6), and 10% Brown (Obama 71/27).
Women voted more than men 53/47.
25% self-identify as liberal, 41% as moderate, and 35% as conservative. 38% D, 32% R, 29% I.
78% of us identify as Protestant, Christian or Catholic. 5% as GBLT.
We are 59/36 pro-choice, 49/46 pro gay marriage, and 65/28 path-to-citizenship for illegals.
52/46 say we're heading in the wrong direction.
55/39 believe our system favors the wealthy and isn't "fair."
53/38 still blame Bush rather than Obama on the economy.
We are 51/43 for smaller government, and in favor 49/44 of repealing some or all of Obamacare.
13% want taxes raised on everybody, 47% want them only raised on those making >$250K. 35% oppose raising taxes on anyone.
40% of union households voted for Romney. [So why are their dues going to Obama?]
46% of those receiving government benefits voted for Romney.
And 3% of us decided on the day of the election who we were going to vote for – Obama won by 2.4%.
My Summary – 8 million fewer people voted in 2012 (117M) than 2008 (125M).
Obama got 6.6 million fewer votes in 2012 (60,217,329) than in 2008 (66,882,230), and Romney got 1 million fewer (57,486,044) than McCain (58,343,671).
Obama lost 4% of the Catholic vote that he had in 2008, down to just 50% in 2012. Romney won 3% more Catholics than McCain, up from 45% to 48%.
White evangelicals made up the same 26% of the electorate in 2012 as they did in 2008 – no surge.
5 million fewer evangelicals voted for Obama this time, and 4.7 million more evangelicals voted for Romney than McCain. But, this means, of the 30 million evangelicals who did vote, 6.4 million of them (or 21%) voted for Obama – and he won by 2.7 million votes. If just over ⅓ of the evangelical vote for Obama had actually voted biblical values, Obama would have lost the election.
512-523 – Calls
TH 523 – Don Rohde, sales manager at Galpin Ford for the past 40 years – "Go see for yourself why they've been the #1 volume Ford dealer in the world for the past 22 consecutive years! Call Don's personal cell at (818) 262-2092." Also offering Mazda, Honda, Volvo, Subaru, and Volkswagen.
528-539 – Calls
544-554 – Calls
• Joel Pollack (Breitbart, 11/08/2012) ELECTION NIGHT SURVEY: VOTERS CONSERVATIVE ON ISSUES, NO TRUST IN EITHER PARTY.
// Perhaps most revealing of all were questions on issue of voter fraud. Fully 70% of voters believe voter fraud is a problem, and 76% said that voters "should be required to show a government issued photo identification before being allowed to vote on Election Day," with 65% expressing that view strongly. Two-thirds of blacks (66%) and three-quarters of Hispanic voters (74%) agreed, as did 59% of Democrats.
In sum, voters agree with conservatives on the issues.
As Tom Fitton, President of Judicial Watch, said: "The electorate is closely divided on who our nation's political leadership should be. But there is strong voter support for core conservative values: limited, honest and transparent government; the rule of law approach to illegal immigration; and strong election integrity measures, namely voter ID."
Larry Solov, CEO and President of Breitbart News Network, said of the poll results: "It appears the Republican Party has failed to convince voters it is a better vehicle for their conservative values and policy preferences. The problem is bigger than the challenge of winning elections. It requires a significant re-branding of the Republican Party for a new era."
As to the substance of that re-branding, it is important to note that even those who depend on federal assistance are potential Republican voters. Of the 23% of voters who reported receiving government benefits, 46% voted for Romney and 51% for Obama--hardly a uniform voting bloc. Writing off those voters is not an option.
• John Nolte (Breitbart, 11/08/2012) THE POLLS WERE RIGHT, WE WERE WRONG, AND THAT'S THE GOOD NEWS.
• William Bigelow (Breitbart, 11/08/2012) THE WEALTHIEST PREFERRED OBAMA.
You would think that the wealthiest people in the country would have preferred Mitt Romney to Barack Obama, since Obama wants to raise taxes on the richest members of society.
You'd be wrong. According to a CNBC.com analysis of Tuesday's election, eight of the ten richest counties in America voted in favor of Obama – and all of them featured a wider margin of victory for Obama than the national average.
The total number of votes in the ten counties was numbered at 1,337,700, which amounts to 1.1 % of the national average. Even in Nantucket County, Massachusetts, Romney's home state and the wealthiest in the nation, Obama won 63% to 36%. This was despite the fact that Romney held a $75,000 per person fundraiser there just before the Republican National Convention.
Unsurprisingly, the widest margin of victory for Obama came from California's Marin County; he won 74% of the vote against Romney's 23%. The two counties Romney won were in New Jersey: Hunterdon County and Morris County.
• For those whose 2011 income was between $100-200K, Romney won 54/44. Between $200-250K, Romney won 52/47. And those $250 and over, Romney won 55/42.
558-608 – Grant Horner, one of the most-popular and eclectic profs up at the Master's College (masters.edu), where he's Associate Professor of English Renaissance, and he's Chair of Humanities at Trinity Classical Academy (trinityclassicalacademy.com), is also a world-class mountaineer with lots of YouTube videos (High Sierra Climbing) of his one-day sprint-ascents of big peaks like El Capitan in Yosemite in 17 hours, or Mt. Whitney this past January! He did 10 peaks in 2011, and he's hoping for 12 in 2012. He's also developed a Bible-reading system now used all over the world by hundreds of thousands of people – just Google "Professor Grant Horner's Bible Reading System" or click here. Grant and Joann have been married for 29 years, with two sons and a daughter – Seth 26 (married to Carmen), Josiah 24 (married to Linda from Uganda), and daughter Rachel 18. His latest book is Meaning at the Movies: Becoming a Discerning Viewer (2010) (Amazon).
612-623 – Grant Horner,
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628-639 – Grant Horner,
644-656 – Grant Horner,
• Fox News (11/07/2012) 2012 Fox News Exit Polls.