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Scott Walker: Focus on Working Class and Win Presidential Elections

Governor Scott Walker (R-WI) argued that the Republican Party will win elections if it focuses on appealing working class voters on Friday's "Laura Ingraham Show." "The bread and butter of what makes my state work and I think makes this...Show More Summary

Congresswoman-Elect Mia Love: Personification of GOP Hypocrisy on Immigration

O n November 4, 2014, the Republican Party made black history. Mia Love is the first Republican black woman elected to Congress. Black women aren’t exactly clamoring to join the Republican Party, so it’s obvious why this is an impressive feat. Show More Summary

Michele Bachmann warns of 'illiterate foreign nationals' voting in 2016

Rep. Michele Bachmann (R-MN) Rep. Michele Bachmann is going a little off the Republican Party's desired message on President Obama's planned action on immigration. The official Republican message is that their anger is about executive overreach, not about scary brown people. Show More Summary

Rand Paul: Obama Will 'Rue the Day' He Tried to Destroy Separation of Powers

Thursday on Newsmax TV's "MidPoint," Sen. Rand Paul (R-KY) said while there is not a lot that can be done to stop President Barack Obama's lawless executive action amnesty now, it will change in January when the Republican Party takes control of the U.S. Show More Summary

2014 Midterm Lessons for Republicans: Ostensible GOP 'Inroads' With Latino Voters in 2014 Are Misleading, and Won't Be Repeated in 2016

At first glance, the 2014 midterm elections appear to have been an overwhelming success story for the Republican Party. Among Republican trophies, some commentators have highlighted how the GOP appears to have made significant "inroads"...Show More Summary

A Mission for Jeb Bush

WASHINGTON — President Obama will no doubt clash regularly with his newly empowered partisan adversaries in Congress. But the most important struggle in American politics over the next two years will be inside the Republican Party. And the person who can play a decisive role in that battle is Jeb Bush. Yes, Democrats have their [...]Show More Summary

A Mission for Jeb Bush

2 days agoNews : Truthdig

The most important struggle in American politics over the next two years will be inside the Republican Party.

Republican Push Growing For Government Shutdown Over Immigration

The Tea Party wing of the Republican Party wants a government shutdown if the president acts alone on immigration. Seeing no better option to stop Obama, these conservatives, led by Sen. Jeff Sessions (R-AL) and 59 House Republicans, are pushing for a head-on confrontation that would end in a government shutdown unless he backs down. [...]

George Will: Obama the ‘Greatest Builder of the Republican Party’ Since Reagan

3 days agoNews : Mediaite

George Will gave President Obama something of a backhanded compliment today when he called the president the greatest booster of the Republican Party in the White House since the days of Ronald Reagan.

Perry and Walker Threaten to Sue Over Immigration Order

The legal threats represent the latest escalation in the Republican Party's campaign to stop the president from rewriting the nation's immigration system without the consent of Congress.

Laura Ingraham Advises GOP To Dismantle 14th Amendment's "Birthright Citizenship Nonsense"

Fox News and ABC News contributor Laura Ingraham has repeatedly urged the Republican party to prioritize the elimination of birthright citizenship, a constitutionally-protected right that cannot be abridged without repealing parts of the 14th Amendment. Show More Summary

Mike Ditka is trapped in time at the 1992 Republican National Convention

The other day I came across an old Mike Royko column that reminded me the Republican Party started hating Hillary Clinton even before her husband was elected president. When Royko wrote, the 1992 Republican National Convention was about to begin, and party leaders were dishing up red meat to the faithful.… [ Read more ] [ Subscribe to the comments on this story ]

How Republicans Are Learning to Love the Shutdown

3 days agoUS Politics / Liberal : Tapped

Conventional wisdom is malleable, and it appears that conventional wisdom on the wisdom of shutting down the government is shifting, at least within the Republican party. While the old CW was that it was a terrible idea that Republicans...Show More Summary

The Republican War on Science and Education

While America and other western nations are concerned about climate change and ISIS, Republican conservatives take stances similar to some of those of ISIS and Boko Haram. The conservative wing of the Republican Party, which seems to dominate the party’s ideology, appears to be waging its own war against science and education. (Fortunately, they’re not [...]Show More Summary

O’Reilly: Obama Is ‘Declaring War on the Republican Party

last weekNews : Mediaite

"President Obama is declaring war on the Republican Party," Fox News' Bill O'Reilly said at the top of his show Thursday night. He was referring to the president's proposed executive actions that would protect nearly five million undocumented immigrants from deportation. Or, in O'Reilly's words, give them "amnesty."

This Is What Will Happen If the GOP Senate Derails Iran Talks

last weekNews : Truthdig

The Republican Party is already conniving at ways to derail the U.S.-Iran negotiations over Tehran’s civilian nuclear enrichment program.

Top 5 Disasters If GOP Senate derails Iran talks

By Juan Cole | The Republican Party is already conniving at ways to derail the US-Iran negotiations over Tehran’s civilian nuclear enrichment program. When they take over the senate in January, the

Pew Survey Finds More Americans Want Republicans to Lead

President Obama has done great things for the party. Not his party, the Republican party. According to a new survey published by Pew Research, American's views of which party should take the lead in solving problems have shifted dramatically over the past four years. Show More Summary

Stalling on Surveillance Reform Could Cost the GOP

NSA reform could be the thorn in the side of the Republican Party next year. Right now, there is a viable, bipartisan bill called the USA Freedom Act that would limit government spying on Americans and has received support from members of both parties, the tech industry, and the Obama Administration. Show More Summary

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