Today’s comic by Tom Tomorrow is Sizzling hot takes: What you may have missed on Sunday Kos … The next Eric Cantor is lurking out there. Here's who it might be, by Jeff Singer Are liberals living in their own bubble?, by Egberto Willies The...Show More Summary
Every cycle, a number of House members find themselves facing tough primary challenges. The 2016 cycle is still developing, but a number of incumbents from both parties look like they could be in danger next year. What follows is a look at the House incumbents who face a potentially tough primary fight. Show More Summary
What’s coming up on Sunday Kos … The next Eric Cantor is lurking out there. Here's who it might be, by Jeff Singer Are liberals living in their own bubble, by Egberto Willies The sad pathology of the GOP frontrunners, by Frank Vyan Walton Why aren’t the Republicans serious about the presidential race, by Susan Grigsby Don’t blame Carly. Show More Summary
Please join us here at 6 PM PT Saturday for a live-blog of the ridiculously scheduled Democratic debate. Today's comic by Mark Fiore is Climate Interruptus: What’s coming up on Sunday Kos … The next Eric Cantor is lurking out there.Show More Summary
Former Majority leader Eric Cantor praised Jeb Bush’s performance in last night’s GOP debate. Jeb made impressed the GOPe crowd... The post Eric Cantor Praises Jeb’s Debate Performance: “Clearly the Serious Candidate in the Room” appeared first on The Gateway Pundit.
The same forces that deposed Eric Cantor from the House last year are now showing signs of movement against Rubio
"Under President Obama, Democrats have lost 900+ state legislature seats, 12 governors, 69 House seats, 13 Senate seats. That's some legacy," tweeted Purple Strategies managing director Rory Cooper, a former Eric Cantor staffer and alumnus of the conservative Heritage Foundation. Show More Summary
Former House Majority Leader Eric Cantor, once "a pillar of the party establishment," spoke with Stephen Sackur last week about the "misconceptions" surrounding "what's happening now within the Republican conference on Capitol Hill....
If the lessons of Eric Cantor are to be learned from, Rand Paul should be aware that a candidate’s home state electorate is not always forgiving when it comes to national ambitions.
Rachel Maddow looks at the Republican ‘tidal wave of chaos’ happening on Capitol Hill over the race for House Speaker, tracing it back to Eric Cantor’s failed run, at which time John Boehner had to stay on. Noting that “the we… The post Rachel Maddow Examines Kevin McCarthy and the GOP House Speaker Disaster: WATCH appeared first on Towleroad.
THOUGHT: The Tea Party wing of the GOP has put paid first to Eric Cantor, and now to Boehner. What’s left of the GOP establishment is saying that the insurgency is stupid. But if the GOP establishment had done its job, there wouldn’t be an insurgency. So who’s stupid here? As Ed Morrissey notes: “In […]
WASHINGTON - When House Majority Leader Eric Cantor (R-Wall Street) lost his primary campaign, Rep. Kevin McCarthy (R-Calif.) immediately started banging the phones, wrangling support for Cantor's vacated position. By the time the conservative...Show More Summary
Just hours after John Boehner announced that he would be stepping aside as Speaker of the House, a vice chairman at the Moelis & Company investment bank offered his unsolicited advice to Republicans. He did so in the pages of the New York Times, which in some alternate reality would be reporting on how he -- […]
Boehner and McConnell weren't conservative enough for them. Nor Eric Cantor. Right-wing purists won't stop here. Movement Conservatives just claimed the head of House Speaker John Boehner. His political death was the price of preventing...Show More Summary
Says Mickey Kaus, disagreeing with a CNN piece that says: "Boehner's departure might be the conservative right's most famous get yet -- even bigger than the coup against his former lieutenant Eric Cantor in a primary election in 201...
Boehner and McConnell weren't conservative enough for them. Nor Eric Cantor. Right-wing purists won't stop here
Today in the Great Grey Lady [no longer of] 43rd St. former assistant GOP Crazytown basketball player-coach Eric Cantor decided to pose as one of the great compromisers in his eulogy to his former nominal GM, John Boehner. The putzitude? Well, here’s a sample: During President Obama’s first two years in office, his party controlled the [Read more...]
Eric Cantor is, believe it or not, making sense: But somewhere along the road, a number of voices on the right began demanding that the Republican Congress not only block Mr. Obama’s agenda but enact a reversal of his policies. They took to the airwaves and the Internet and pronounced that congressional Republicans could undo […]
Kevin McCarthy is “Eric Cantor with 10 less IQ Points” Conservative radio host and author Mark Levin is warning Republicans... The post Mark Levin Warns Republicans: Don’t Replace Boehner with Kevin McCarthy appeared first on The Gateway Pundit.
WASHINGTON -- Former Rep. Eric Cantor (R-Va.) learned on Friday that at one point, while serving as House majority leader, he'd been on the cusp of achieving his life goal to become the first Jewish speaker of the House in U.S. history. Show More Summary