WASHINGTON (AP) — A Republican senator angrily denounced the Senate's top Democrat Wednesday for delaying debate on defense policy legislation, calling Minority Leader Harry Reid's leadership "cancerous" and accusing him of holding up...Show More Summary
The Republican Party is unlikely to reform the presidential primary process by changing the rules at the upcoming national party convention in July to exclude independent voters, US Senator and Republican Party leader John Thune told Sputnik on Wednesday.
Attempts to change the rules governing the US Republican party’s presidential nominating process at the upcoming national convention could be seen as an attempt to control future election outcomes, US Senator and Republican party leader John Thune told Sputnik.
by Eli Sanders Taking 10 minutes to call out Trump. Office of Elizabeth Warren For your lunchtime listening, a continuation of Elizabeth Warren's strong attacks on the Republican presidential nominee: Trump's response? Goofy Senator Elizabeth Warren @elizabethforma has done less in the U.S. Show More Summary
This week, Republicans put a U.S. Senator with a strong pro-life record in charge of shaping the party’s new platform. The Hill reports U.S. Sen. John Barrasso was named the chair of the Republican platform committee at the national convention in July. Barrasso, who represents Wyoming, has a 100-percent pro-life voting record from the National […]
State Senate Republicans now have over 27,000 new reasons to stop blocking legislation that would help child sex abuse victims get justice.
While North Carolina continues to battle over a passed anti-LGBT law, last week an Oklahoma Senate committee introduced its own bathroom bill. On Tuesday, it failed to pass.Two Oklahoma Republicans wrote the bill and zealously won the race: It was considered the first statewide bill to directly oppose the Obama ... More »
Republican Arkansas Senator Tom Cotton pulled no punches in attacking Democratic Senator Harry Reid on the Senate floor Wednesday, slamming his “outrageous slander” and “cancerous leadership.”
When a senator's finances draw interest from the FBI and the SEC, that's generally the sort of thing that might keep a guy off his party's national ticket.
Sen. Ron Wyden (D., Ore.) on Wednesday introduced legislation to require presidential nominees to release their tax returns, a policy that would force presumptive Republican nominee Donald Trump to share records that he has so far withheld.
TEN YEARS AGO ON INSTAPUNDIT: JOHN HINDERAKER: “The Bush administration and Republican Senators have badly misjudged both the attitudes of most Republicans (and, of course, most Americans) toward illegal immigration, and the intensity of those views.”
The law took safety oversight of catfish and other ray-finned fish away from the Food and Drug Administration and gave that authority to the Agriculture Department, which does more frequent inspections. Republican Sen. John McCain, R-Ariz.,...Show More Summary
Elizabeth Warren has been an outspoken critic of presumptive Republican nominee Donald Trump throughout the 2016 presidential campaign. However, the progressive senator has now stepped up her attacks against Donald Trump, slamming him...Show More Summary
There is a Democratic president in office with Republican controlled House and Senate. Can they work together to make government function well? The right-wing’s hostility to President Obama has interfered with government operations since his inauguration. It appears to have only worsened with time. Instead of putting country over party, conservative Republicans have played to [...]Show More Summary
The party hats and confetti have turned to dust in the California GOP’s pantry. The last Republican elected to the U.S. Senate was Pete Wilson, in 1988. No Republican has held statewide office since former muscle man Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger sneaked out of Sacramento in 2011 with the ratings...
WASHINGTON -- Sen. Richard Burr (R-N.C.) said Tuesday that Republican lawmakers in his state went too far when they passed a sweeping anti-LGBT law this year, and said they need to rein it in before a judge does it for them. "Yeah, I've...Show More Summary
The Wyoming Republican, pointing to a meeting with Donald J. Trump, said the party expected “absolute acceptance” of the platform by its presidential nominee.
The Trump campaign told Senate Republicans facing tough re-elections back home that it would give them distance to avoid jeopardizing their campaigns in November, according to a CNN report.
Speaking at a press conference on Monday, Rep. Daniel Donovan (R-NY) stated that Senate Republicans were wrong to block Pres. Obama’s pick for the...
Harry Reid says ‘Hell no’ to a running mate who would be replaced in the Senate by a Republican. That means you, Elizabeth Warren, Sherrod Brown, and Cory Booker.