Negotiations with party's most conservative members continue with vote promised for Thursday evening.
Kill the commoners with your own blade or the effects of your actions. Wage war against populations willy-nilly, blame a third party for the aggression. Increase the price of health care, then belittle people for getting sick or hurt in the first place. Show More Summary
Rich Lowry: “Republicans should get used to it. Their agony on health care is just beginning. For the past seven years, the party benefited from its powerlessness, which usefully maximized its ability to criticize Obamacare and minimized its responsibility to [...]
On Wednesday, the Republican plan to strip away health care from millions was headed for failure because, for the furthest extremes of the party, it didn’t go far enough to screw over the American people. So Republicans’ rolled up their...Show More Summary
HONOLULU (AP) — A Hawaii lawmaker who says she was pressured to give up her leadership post at the statehouse after criticizing President Donald Trump resigned Wednesday from the Republican Party.
Leading Republican representatives will meet with all members of their party at the Capitol on Thursday before a full vote on their shifting health care proposal.
The clock is ticking for the Republican Party. Thursday’s House action on repealing Obamacare—how the GOP majority votes, or if they postpone—will be a defining moment for the Trump presidency and Congress. As Wednesday closed, vote counters in the capital, such as TheHill.com, listed 25 Republican representatives publicly saying they would vote no. Show More Summary
Does having more scientific knowledge mean you're more likely to accept climate change? Even though the answer should be yes, that doesn't seem to apply to one political party.
The former Republican said the party she once loved has become imbued by “racism and sexism.”
March 22 (Reuters) - Hawaii lawmaker Beth Fukumoto, ousted last month as Republican leader of the state’s House of Representatives after publicly criticizing President Donald Trump, resigned on Wednesday from her party to seek membership...Show More Summary
By Keith Coffman DENVER (Reuters) - A Colorado talk radio host who once chaired the state Republican Party and has accused Democrats of widespread voter fraud has been charged with forging his ex-wife’s signature on a mail-in ballot in the 2016 election, court records showed on Wednesday. Show More Summary
(Paul Mirengoff) Politico reports that “a group of Senate Democrats is beginning to explore trying to extract concessions from Republicans in return for allowing Supreme Court nominee Neil Gorsuch to be confirmed.” What concessions?Show More Summary
Beth Fukumoto said members of the GOP refused to oppose racism and sexism
The Colorado secretary of state’s office is filing charges against a single voter relating to the 2016 campaign and the accused is Steven Curtis, former chairman of the Colorado Republican Party. He’s been charged with forgery and voter fraud. Show More Summary
As a Republican congressman from Trump-country Staten Island, Dan Donovan had every reason to support his party’s Frankenstein-monster
With the health-care vote looming, Charles Krauthammer said that, while everything isn’t riding on it, President Trump and Speaker Paul Ryan could be severely damaged if their own party repudiates them by voting against the bill: Well,...Show More Summary
The Latest on Hawaii Rep. Beth Fukumoto's decision to leave the Republican Party (all times local): 1:45 p.m. Hawaii Democratic Party leader Tim Vandeveer says some Democrats are wary of … Click to Continue »
In his latest Resistance segment, Keith Olbermann reminded viewers of President Donald Trump’s words to the Republican National Convention when he became the official presidential candidate of the Republican Party. “I alone can fix it,” Trump said. Olbermann called the phrase the...
New York Rep. Daniel Donovan says he plans to vote "no" on the Republican party's health care overhaul bill. Writing in the Staten Island Advance (http://bit.ly/2nDrE9V ) Wednesday, the Republican … Click to Continue »
MSNBC host Joe Scarborough on Wednesday suggested if the Republican Party “wants to of what is best for this county,” it will remove Rep. Devin Nunes (R-CA) as chairman of the House Intelligence Committee. “If the Republican Party wants to do what is best for this country and its national...