Sen. Orrin Hatch [said] that Republicans were ready to give the other party “a taste of their own medicine.”... Our 'own medicine'? You mean like Affordable Health Care? (Somehow I doubt it.) Continue reading ?
As time goes on, President Obama is becoming much more provocative with the GOP. For example, he met with congressional Democrats, but no Republicans, then announced his long awaited plan for executive amnesty, giving 5 million illegal immigrants a pathway to work permits and relief from possible deportation for 3 years.
The over-the-top reaction of Republican party to the President’s immigration actions are way more than just a reaction to Obama. The whole party is in trouble. McConnell and Boehner are trying to hold things together. John McCain refers to the tea party upstarts as “young punks.” The moves announced Thursday night by Obama — which [...]Show More Summary
Republican fury over President Barack Obama's drastic executive action on immigration distracts from the most obvious solution: the sensible compromise that senators from both parties passed more than 500 days ago, only to have it bottled up by Speaker John Boehner in the House.
The former head of the local Republican Party in Hampton, Virginia was arrested on Wednesday for allegedly searching a local couple under the pretense of being a police officer, the Newport News Daily Press reported. Authorities charged 27-year-old Kyle P. Adams with two counts apiece of abduction,...
Democrats got shellacked on November 4. Republicans gained at least eight Senate seats, 12 House seats, and three governorships. Democratic partisans spread the blame around: President Obama, party leaders, lethargic blue voters, and a hostile media. Show More Summary
A newly elected Tea Party Republican, Rep. Steven Kraus, has been indicted by an Ottawa County grand jury on felony charges of burglary, breaking and entering and theft. Police say that the 55-year-old took antiques, a shotgun and musical instruments from a home in Port Clinton earlier this year. (He also happens to make a [...]
WVON Morning Show's Matt McGill (Democratic Party Confidence Man) Interviews Crystal Wright (Republican Party Confidence Man) Segment #1 Segment #2 Segment #3 Segment #4 Segment #5 ANALYSIS THIS IS NOT "BLACK TALK RADIO"! THIS IS "AMERICANIZED...Show More Summary
Remember the GOP senator who was arrested and later pleaded guilty to a misdemeanor when he got caught with his pants down, presumably soliciting anonymous, gay sex at an airport? He’s finally found a new home after years of lobbying for the timber and energy industry at his consulting firm, New West Strategies. According to [...]
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
Chris Ladd writes the GOPLifer blog at the Houston Chronicle and he believes the 2014 midterms were a complete disaster for one of our political parties—and it's the Democratic party. Yes, Republicans took the Senate and some governors' mansions and some state legislatures. Show More Summary
It's becoming clear to political observers that libertarians are emerging as a key swing vote, if not an official party. Republicans may have won a number of close races by appealing to these libertarians, so their views on policy cannot...Show More Summary
27-year-old Kyle P. Adams, a political consultant and former head of the Hampton Republican Party in Newport News, Virginia, was charged on Wednesday with several crimes related to impersonating a police officer. The charges of two counts of impersonating a police officer, two counts of abduction, and two counts of use of a firearm in [...]
It may stoke the Tea Party’s gleeful rage, but will only serve to alienate Latinos -- and forefeit the White House
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
The deed is done. To Republicans (who after the two Presidential elections that ended badly for their candidate and their party and pooh-poohed suggestions that they go along with how the overall vote was against them), President Barack Obama is ignoring how the votes went against his party by issuing an executive order on immigration [...]Show More Summary
Recalling the night when the Young Women's Republican Club of Milford, Conn., discovered the pleasures of tobacco, poker … and strip tease
As President Barack Obama dictates his immigration decree on Thursday night, Republicans from all different sides of the party are responding by calling him “king” or “emperor” or some variant of those tyrant-sounding terms. “If ‘Emperor...Show More Summary
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
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