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.
Via Gay Star News: A resolution that will be presented at the 8 January meeting of the Bexar County Republican Party’s executive committee in San Antonio is demanding the ‘repeal of our local governments’ pro-homosexual policies’. Although...Show More Summary
Reince Priebus, chairman of the Republican National Committee, said recently that though the party was overhauling its primary process, it was not solely responsible for Mitt Romney's 2012 general election loss.
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
When the new Republican controlled Congress takes office next month, it now sounds like they will have to deal with a fact that didn’t seem to be something they’d have to deal with when the Democratic Party suffered its whopping defeat last November: A new poll finds that President Barack Obama is not only not [...]Show More Summary
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
Remember when we didn't use to link politics to everything? Well, those days are long gone, as evidenced by a Washington Post piece today titled "Is Santa a Republican or a Democrat?"
The Bexar County Republican Party in Texas will consider a resolution that endorses the “repeal of our local governments’ pro-homosexual policies,” according to Out In SA. The resolution is aimed at a ordinance that was approved by San Antonio’s city council last year, which...
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
Sen. Mike Lee might not want to continue these photo ops with Ted Cruz. The crazy tea party Senate class of 2010 is already looking over their shoulders as the Republican "establishment" readies for potential primary challenges. At the top of the list is Sen. Show More Summary
Former surgeon Ben Carson fashions himself an outsider to the Republican establishment, and that may not sit well with a party that wants unity heading toward 2016. With former Gov. Jeb Bush of Florida moving closer to declaring his candidacy, and the Republican establishment determined not to repeat the mistakes of the lengthy nominating fight [...]
One of the big reasons that some Republicans suggest that former Florida governor Jeb Bush isn't conservative enough to be the party's presidential nominee is his longtime support for Common Core, a set of standards that lays out the skills students should have acquired by the end of each school year -- from kindergarten through high school. Show More Summary
Emboldened by November election results, a Republican Party committee in San Antonio has submitted a resolution to the county GOP calling for "the repeal of our local governments’ pro-homosexual policies." The resolution, first reported by Out In SA, calls for...
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
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
With five shopping days left until Christmas—and four for Hanukkah, slacker—you might be feeling pressure to come through with some great gifts for friends and family. Not to worry: the Republican and Democratic parties are here to help!...Show More Summary
At least publicly, Republicans have been nearly unanimous in their condemnation of the Obama administration's decision to normalize relations with Cuba. In and of itself this isn't surprising, given their party's long history of vigorous anti-communism and the fact that this move was taken by Barack Obama, which makes it wrong by definition. Show More Summary
Jebbie's got a long, hard haul ahead of him. Between a Republican party that's moved so far to the right that he's somewhere in left field to them, and his own actions as governor of Florida, he's got some high hurdles to overcome. In his announcement Tuesday that he would explore a 2016 presidential bid, former Gov. Show More Summary
A few Tea Party Republicans in the House and one in the Senate have derailed an incredibly important bipartisan bill — the reauthorization..
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 [...]