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GOP Minority Outreach Update

They’ve just about given up trying at this point. Even #dickwhisperer has taken notice. The press release went out last week: “Reince Priebus, chairman of the Republican National Committee, will participate in a panel discussion luncheon in celebration of Black Music Month on Monday, June 1st, in Washington, D.C.” The event was called “A Republican [Read more...]

Scher: Fox Hosts Might Be Tough in GOP Debates

Bill Scher, Politico: The Republican National Committee triumphantly seized control of the debates last year, saying it would not allow a repeat of 2012, when "the liberal media interrogated our candidates on issues that were often not a priority to most Americans.... Show More Summary

Here's what happens when you compare the Clintons' vast wealth to average Americans

To call attention to the various controversies involving Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton's finances, the Republican National Committee created a series of infographics comparing her personal fortune to the wealth of...Show More Summary

Bill Kristol ‘Annoyed’ at Fox, RNC for Debate Limits

6 days agoNews : Mediaite

Rightest Man in Politics Bill Kristol was peeved Wednesday morning at the Republican National Committee for limiting the number of GOP candidates in the initial debate.

Republicans rip the Clintons for their ‘secret shell company’

Though Clinton’s campaign team said they were not required to include the company on her financial disclosure reports, Republican National Committee Reince Priebus demanded an explanation for the business in a statement issued after the Associated Press story was published. … Continued

In Dick We Trust

We already know how Republicans will run against Hillary Clinton, because Republican National Committee Chairman Reince Priebus is busily banging that drum. "Hillary Clinton is, quite frankly, someone the American people can't trust," he said on CBS's Face the Nation. Show More Summary

Republicans Who Think They Can Mau Mau Hillary Clinton Might Want to Think Again

The master 2016 narrative they’re going with – dishonesty – is as dangerous for them as they want it to be for Hillary Clinton. We already know how Republicans will run against Hillary Clinton, because Republican National Committee chairman Reince Priebus is busily banging that drum. Show More Summary

RNC Partner Wants Christianity Declared United States' Official Religion

They're at it again! Once again, the RNC has partnered with religious extremist David Lane, as Right Wing Watch explains: Earlier this year, the Republican National Committee teamed up with the American Family Association and the American Renewal Project to take dozens of RNC committeemen on a trip to Israel. Show More Summary

House Republicans vote to restrict National Science Foundation climate change research

Last month, the House Committee on Science, Space and Technology voted along party lines to cut funding allocations that enable NASA to study changing climate patterns through their Earth Science program. This week, House Republicans voted 217 to 205 a

Bonus Quote of the Day

“Right now, the Republican brand sucks. I promised Reince Priebus, the chairman of the Republican National Committee, that I would stop saying the GOP sucks, and I will (except for this last time.)” – Rand Paul, quoted by the Washington [...]

The RNC’s Debate Debacle

The Republican National Committee has backed itself into a corner with no easy way out. Never before have more than 10 candidates squared off on stage for a televised GOP presidential debate—but by the time the first party-sanctioned...Show More Summary

The Hypocrisy of 'Pro-Life' and the GOP

"The Republican Party must continue to uphold the principle that every human being, born and unborn, young and old, healthy and disabled, has a fundamental, individual right to life." -- Republican National Committee for Life Ever since the historic Supreme Court decision, Roe v. Show More Summary

Hillary Clinton & Attorney CAUGHT IN LIE to Trey Gowdy Benghazi Committee About Clinton Email Accounts

The Republican National Committee published proof Monday that former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, through her attorney David Kendall, lied to the House committee investigating the 2012 Benghazi terror attack by stating that Clinton only used one private email account … Continue reading ?

Democrats had an adorable response to another Republican joining the 2016 fray

The national Democratic Party was not impressed with Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal's (R) Monday announcement that he is forming a presidential exploratory committee. The Democratic National Committee deemed the news soporific, and responded...Show More Summary

In April, RNC Raised $10 million, Bolstered Anti-Clinton War Chest

The Republican National Committee raised $10.1 million last month as it continues to target Democratic front runner Hillary Clinton, and has expanded its cash reserves to $11.7 million.

Republicans Rally Behind State ‘Religious Freedom’ Laws

The Republican National Committee has endorsed state legislation that has been used to justify anti-LGBT discrimination. The post Republicans Rally Behind State ‘Religious Freedom’ Laws appeared first on ThinkProgress.

Republicans artificially expand their clown car in a bid to look diverse

Allen West Do Republicans even know who's in their presidential candidate clown car? The Republican National Committee has put a whopping 36 names on an online straw poll... but those 36 don't include a couple of no-hopers who are actively...Show More Summary

RNC Chair Reince Priebus Signals He Can Overrule Networks' Choice Of GOP Debate Moderators

2 weeks agoNews : Huffington Post

NEW YORK -- Republican National Committee Chairman Reince Priebus said Thursday night that ABC News chief anchor George Stephanopoulos "was never going to moderate a Republican debate anyway," suggesting the party has the power to prevent...Show More Summary

Republicans struggle to be bigoted enough for their base without turning everyone else off

The Republican National Committee's spring meeting featured the Republicans sidling up to a controversial issue in a curiously watered-down way. In line with the current Republican obsession with "religious freedom," the RNC offeredShow More Summary

Morning Must Reads: May 15

Good morning from Scottsdale, where the Republican National Committee is holding its spring meeting. Eight months away from the Iowa caucuses, the Republican Party is bracing itself for a greatly intensified primary next year, with many operatives predicting a drawn-out delegate fight to the nomination. The key cause: a crowded and unusually talented field that…

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