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G.O.P. Creates New Welfare Campaign

After numerous attempts to create a campaign that simply told the poor to "go fuck themselves," the Republican Party opened up a new welfare campaign that would offer free consultation to welfare recipients, as long as they would skip...Show More Summary

Loretta “I Refuse To Answer” Lynch Confirmed As Attorney General After Republican Betrayal Getty Images The Republican Party is becoming more and more detached from their conservative base. They seem to vote against anything the conservatives want and do all they can

The Republican Party’s imperial rebirth: How Dick Cheney’s twisted worldview became the guiding light of the GOP

For a fleeting moment, it seemed like the nightmares of the Bush administration might be behind us. Not anymore...

The Eleventh Commandment: Thou shalt not speak ill of any fellow Republican [CBD]

Press Release; Republican National Committee Today we welcome [insert name of new candidate] as the Republican Party's newest candidate for the GOP presidential nomination. Since our founding in 1854 as America's choice to combat the scourge of slavery, we...

Open thread for night owls: 'No evidence' climate change will be 'catastrophic', opines Charles Koch

A rising tide will lift my yacht. Charles Koch is not a scientist, but he has a mountain of money and a controlling share in the Republican Party so to hell with the scientists. For the record, Koch says this of climate change: "YouShow More Summary

How Long Will Democrats Stand By Hillary in Face of Financial Disclosures?

Hillary Clinton is in, and with her announcement the rest of the Democrats considering running for president in 2016 are out. In a manner reminiscent of the Republican Party of old, Democrats have ceded the nomination to Hillary Clinton. Show More Summary

Not long ago, Rubio questioned his readiness for presidency

Bush, the former governor who guided Rubio's early political career, won Rubio's praise as "one of the biggest, best thinkers in the Republican Party" with an "amazing" depth of knowledge on almost every issue. Barack Obama's star turn...Show More Summary

Republicans left behind as Americans shift on gay marriage

Steve Kornacki shows how the Republican Party, as represented by its aspiring presidential nominees for the presidency in 2016, is finding itself farther out...

Two on Money in Politics from Paul Blumenthal

Wealthy Donors Are Throwing Way More Money At The Republican Party This Year (0) Comments | Posted April 22, 2015 | 5:35 PM WASHINGTON — The Republican Party is taking full advantage of the new campaign contribution accounts and limits … Continue reading ?

Wealthy Donors Are Throwing Way More Money At The Republican Party This Year

4 days agoNews : Huffington Post

WASHINGTON -- The Republican Party is taking full advantage of the new campaign contribution accounts and limits slipped into the omnibus budget bill that passed Congress in December. In the first three months of 2015, according to reports...Show More Summary

Scott Walker’s Anti-Immigration Epiphany

On Monday, in an interview with Glenn Beck, Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker staked a new position in the Republican Party argument over immigration. “In terms of legal immigration, how we need to approach that going forward is saying—the...Show More Summary

Kochs' acquisition of the Republican Party nearly complete

The Koch brothers' takeover of the Republican Party is very nearly complete, and if they have their way, it will be by the end of 2016. They've anointed the five presidential candidates that are their finalists and they've got their plan in place for getting one of them elected, along with a Republican Senate. Show More Summary

Secret Koch Memo Details 2016 Plans

The Koch brothers’ political machine is expanding into new states and recruiting new donors as it seeks to shape the Republican Party — and its presidential field — headed into 2016,” according to confidential donor briefing documents obtained by Politico. [...]

On Iran, the GOP Stumbles Toward Self-Destruction

It was an outlandish act of political theater, and one that resulted in utter failure. In the fall of 2013, the Republican Party decided to take a stand against the Affordable Care Act, President Barack Obama’s signature health-care legislation. Show More Summary

Jeb Bush Hails NSA Spying On U.S. Citizens As ‘Best Part’ Of Obama’s Presidency

Jeb Bush is widely expected to seek the Republican party nomination and to run for the presidency in 2016. Jeb Bush is the only Republican, and the third person of any party, to serve two full four-year terms as Governor of Florida but he is a controversial figure. Show More Summary

Walker Doesn’t Support Legal Immigration?

Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker’s (R) “newfound skepticism of legal immigration levels is a potential turning point in the still nascent presidential race, potentially dragging the Republican Party further to the right than Mitt Romney’s hardline immigration platform in 2012,” MSNBC [...]

GOP Candidates' Dumbest Move Yet

The top Republican hopefuls have all endorsed or floated plans that would raise the retirement age. For years, the Social Security and Medicare systems have been under assault from the Republican Party, which views the programs as irredeemable socialist institutes. Show More Summary

Rick Perry’s super PAC lands a seasoned GOP pollster

The super PAC supporting former Texas governor Rick Perry's expected presidential candidacy has hired Glen Bolger, one of the Republican Party's leading pollsters, as a senior strategist and pollster. Bolger is a seasoned veteran of many gubernatorial and Senate campaigns who also served as a super PAC pollster in the 2012 presidential campaign. Show More Summary

Sheldon Adelson or James Baker? Who Should Drive GOP Foreign Policy?

It is a trick question: Who should be driving GOP foreign policy, James Baker or Sheldon Adelson? Perhaps nothing epitomizes the state of affairs in the Republican Party today more than the estrangement of James Baker from the Republican establishment. Show More Summary

Rand Paul: Lindsey Graham and McCain ‘Lapdogs for Obama’

5 days agoNews : Mediaite

Rand Paul is not going to take insults from the Republican Party's hawkish senators lying down. During a Tuesday morning appearance on Fox News, the GOP presidential candidate blasted Sens. Lindsey Graham and John McCain as "lapdogs" for President Barack Obama's policies.

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