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RNC Chair Priebus: ‘Celebrate America’s Freedom’ by Seeing The Interview

4 days agoNews : Mediaite

The Interview is being released VOD just in time for Christmas, and the chairman of the Republican Party is encouraging people to go out and see it.

Jeb Bush Vs. Ted Cruz

Last week, former Florida Governor Jeb Bush announced his intention to “actively explore” a run for president. That announcement spurred spasms of joy in some segments of the Republican Party

The Wildest Story In The Republican Party Right Now

By January 2016, the last Republican congressional seat in New York City may very well be occupied by an admitted tax fraudster, a district attorney at the center of the nationwide controversy over alleged police brutality, or one of the GOP's most promising rising stars. Show More Summary

How Hawkish Are Republican Voters?

David Boaz William Kristol tells the Washington Post that Sen. Rand Paul is a “lonely gadfly” on foreign policy: “Rand Paul speaks for a genuine sentiment that’s always been in the Republican Party, but maybe it’s 10 percent? 15 percent?...Show More Summary

Can Neocons Learn? Cato's Justin Logan Reviews America in Retreat: The New Isolationism and the Coming Global Disorder

last weekNews : Reason

The Republican Party’s misfortunes in the 2006 and 2008 elections had a lot to do with the unpopularity of neoconservative foreign policy. Yet the GOP's success in the 2014 midterms has made he party more neoconservative, with Republican hawks taking over major Senate committees. Show More Summary

Rand Paul just picked a Twitter fight with Marco Rubio over Cuba

With Sen. Marco Rubio (R-Fla.), a potential 2016 candidate, serving as the Republican Party's point man in criticizing President Obama's normalization of relations with Cuba, Sen. Rand Paul (R-Ky.), another 2016 candidate, has seized the opportunity to draw a distinction between himself and others in his party. Show More Summary

Jon Huntsman Claims Jeb Bush Evokes GOP Nostalgia

Joe Scarborough claims that the Republican Party has grown up since 2012.  Often considered the only sane one  in the 2012 Republican clown car, former Utah Governor Jon Huntsman (UT-R) was asked to give Jeb some sound advice. Hunstsman says the party needs problem solvers, and that Jeb is one. With Obama we got “new [...]

The Big Yawn: Jeb Bush exploring possible 2016 run for presidency

From The Last Tradition That’s how excited I am at a possible Jeb Bush candidacy. And I’m pretty sure the conservative base of the Republican Party is equally underwhelmed with

"The notion that Jeb Bush is going to be the candidate is a fantasy nourished by the kind of people who used to run the Republican Party."

I don't have much use for Ben Smith but he seems right. Oh -- Jeb Bush is apparently on the board of Mike Bloomberg's Bloomberg Foundation. No labels, baby. I've actually met him only once, in a gorgeous breakfast room...

Jeb Bush is not the white knight Latinos have been waiting for

last weekNews : The Raw Story

Jeb Bush is beginning to run for presidente on one platform and one platform only: that he can deliver the Republican party to El Dorado – that is, the Mexican masses who are the future of America and can keep the GOP from going the way of the Whigs. Yes, he’s the brother of George 43 and son of...

?Florida Man Jeb Bush Officially Exploring 2016 Presidential Candidacy

We've got just under two years before the next presidential election and the Republican party has its first tentative candidate: former Governor of Florida Jeb Bush. This morning, he took to social media to announce his plans to seriously consider that president thing his dad and brother did for a while. After all, it is a family business. Read more...

The One Issue that Will Complicate Jeb Bush’s Campaign

Jeb Bush loves Common Core. The Republican base hates it. Bush’s announcement this morning that he plans to “explore the possibility of running for President of the United States” means that the Republican Party is going to have to sort out where it stands on this tinderbox of an issue. Common Core is a set…

Hillary Clinton Thinking Wisely "What's the Rush?"

As we approach 2015 Hillary Rodham Clinton's thought process on declaring for President appears to include the words 'What's the Rush?". It is an approach apparently frustrating many in the Republican Party and the media who both can't wait to attack if and when she does announce. Show More Summary

A Jeb Bush 2016 Run Would Have Huge Implications For The Republican Party

Former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush (R) has the potential to " reshape Republican politics for a generation" by launching a campaign for president, according to the New York Times. "If he goes forward with a campaign in which he avoids trying...Show More Summary

Republican Party's Top Priority? Raise Taxes on Poor

Ryan Cooper, The Week: The Republican Party's top priority is to raise taxes on the poor. Literally. In their first legislative deal following the 2014 midterms, Republicans tried to scuttle tax credits for those on the lower end ofShow More Summary

CRomnibus Gives $35 M to UN Population Fund, Continues Tax Subsidies For Abortions

Among the numerous issues with the development and content of the CRomnibus bill is its failure to address some of the major concerns of the pro-life base of the Republican Party. As observed by Sarah Torre at The Daily Signal, the spending...Show More Summary

Ingraham: GOP 'Subsidizing the Next Border Wave'

Talk radio host Laura Ingraham argued that the Republican Party's omnbius spending bill was "subsidizing the next border wave" on Thursday. Ingraham read figures showing that $2.5 billion would be spent "to accommodate illegal immigrants...Show More Summary

The GOP's 'The Party of Working People?' Who Knew!

Louisiana Congressman Bill Cassidy defeated Sen. Mary Landrieu in last Saturday's runoff election, handing the Republican Party their eighth pick-up and a 54-seat majority when the new Senate convenes in January. The victory broadens...Show More Summary

How Racists and Partisans Exploit the Age of Obama

Since 2008, the Democratic Party has increasingly become the home of minorities, while the Republican Party draws its support from whites.

Buchanan: GOP Leadership Has Same Agenda as Chamber of Commerce

Columnist Pat Buchanan declared "find out what the agenda is of the Chamber of Commerce and the Business Roundtable and you will find out what the agenda is of the leadership of the Republican Party on Capitol Hill" on Wednesday's "Hannity" on the Fox News Channel. Show More Summary

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