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Evan McMullin: Pro-Trump GOPers ‘Putting Power Over the Interests of Their Own Country’

1 hour agoNews : Mediaite

Independent conservative presidential candidate Evan McMullin is making it clear that he has some long-term goals in mind for the Republican Party and the conservative movement.

GOP Chair Vows ‘Reasonable’ Response to Vote Results

Republican Party Chairman Reince Priebus on Sunday downplayed Donald Trump’s charges that the election is rigged, saying the party will be “reasonable” in assessing the results of the Nov. 8 vote.

Thomas Friedman on the GOP: ‘Maybe This Party Just Needs to Crash and Burn’

3 hours agoNews : Mediaite

New York Times columnist Thomas Friedman today suggested that the Republican Party exploding might be the best thing for them.

Meet The Press Panel Agrees: This GOP Needs To Die

The Great Moustache of Understanding has this to say about the Republican Party with Donald J. Trump at the head: "This version of the Republican Party needs to die." Look, you'll get no argument about that from me or any regular reader of C&L, although I suspect for different reasons than Friedman. Show More Summary

Gerrymandering could cost Democrats the House in 2016. Why? Because it probably did in 2012

Donald Trump’s presidential campaign has imploded after he was caught on tape bragging about committing sexual assault. Many Republican Congress members have disavowed him, while party elites like House Speaker Paul Ryan stopped defending him. Show More Summary

Independent McMullin: Conservatives Will Need Alternative to GOP

Independent presidential candidate Evan McMullin says the Republican Party will need to remake itself if Donald Trump loses the election, but doubts the party will pull it off.

Donald Trump’s Very Weird Russia Thing

Donald Trump, the Republican Party presidential nominee, has a Putin thing. The Trump campaign has a Russia thing. And Trump Tower has a Russian mobster-running-an-illegal-gambling-operation thing. The Clinton campaign has a Russian-hacker thing, as does the Democratic National Committee. Show More Summary

Clinton takes fight to Arizona, long a Republican bastion

There is palpable momentum for Democrat Hillary Clinton in Arizona, a state so traditionally Republican that her party's nominee for president has carried it just once in the past 64 … Click to Continue »

The Democrats’ bad map: It’s not just gerrymandering

8 hours agoNews : The Raw Story

The Republican Party may seem in historic disarray, but it will most likely be able to continue to stymie the Democrats’ legislative agenda, perpetuating Washington’s gridlock for years to come....

Corporate 'Old Boys' Club' is Dead—Why That's Bad for Politics

This article originally appeared on The Conversation. If corporate money controls our politics, as Bernie Sanders and others have claimed, then how did the Republican Party—the reputed party of business—manage to nominate a candidate...Show More Summary

Logcabin Republicans Refuse to Endorse Trump Because He Is "Surrounded" by Anti-LGBT Advisers

21 hours agoNews : Slate: The Slatest

The country’s best known LGBT group that is affiliated with the Republican Party will not be endorsing Donald Trump for president. But the group made clear it is not withholding its endorsement because of Trump himself but rather because...Show More Summary

Donald Trump Campaign Repercussions And The Future of the Republican Party

Donald Trump’s campaign repercussions are already affecting the future of the Republican Party. With a campaign filled with controversy, accusations, and vitriol, Trump has likely damaged Republican power for several election cycles....Show More Summary

Trump says accusers 'will be sued after the election is over'

21 hours agoLifestyle / Fashion : AOL: Style

Trump aides said Gettysburg, the site of a major Civil War battle and Republican President Abraham Lincoln's famous address, was a fitting place for Trump to lay out a positive vision for the future of his party, which has suffered a schism between his supporters and the party's establishment. Show More Summary

Kade Ferris: An Appeal to Anti-Racist Republicans

Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump smiles as he speaks at the start of a campaign victory party after rival candidate Senator Ted Cruz dropped after the race for the Republican presidential nomination, at Trump Tower in Manhattan, New York, May 3, 2016. Show More Summary

PA Republicans file lawsuit to allow out-of-county poll watchers

This is why this election must be a landslide. And it should be stain on the Republican Party that while they work to suppress the vote via voter ID, they are buying into the notion of a “rigged election.” The Pennsylvania Republican Party filed a complaint late Friday night asking a federal court to allow [...]

Abbreviated Pundit Round-up: Election end game is awkward and uncomfortable for Republicans

22 hours agoUS Politics / Liberal : Daily Kos

John McNeill/WaPo: “Donald Trump is a fascist” sounds more like a campaign slogan than an analysis of his political program. But it’s true that the GOP nominee doesn’t fit into America’s conventional party categories, and thoughtfulShow More Summary

Nassau County Executive’s Arrest Raises Democratic Hopes of State Senate Gains

The party is looking at close races on Long Island as a corruption scandal envelopes Edward P. Mangano, a Republican.

There's a Better Way to Elect Presidents

Image credit: Wikimedia: Bidgee Even Better Than Ranked-Choice Voting In my previous post I argued that a scientifically oriented Pragmatic Party might make a nice replacement for a lobotomized and morally bankrupt Republican Party.Show More Summary

Is Reconciliation Possible After the Election?

The local Republican Party office in Hillsborough, North Carolina, is tucked into a strip mall called the Shops at Daniel Boone. Early last Sunday morning, a bottle filled with explosive liquid flew through the window and started a fire. Show More Summary

Former RNC Chairman Michael Steele Announces He Will Not Be Voting for Donald Trump

Former Republican National Committee Chairman Michael Steele has added his name to a growing list of Republican figures disavowing Donald Trump, announcing on Thursday that he will not be voting for his party's presidential candidate next month. "I will not be voting for Clinton," Steele said at the Mother Jones 40th anniversary dinner. Show More Summary

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