The survey reports most Republicans willing to consider pushing off 2020 voting in order to secure the process, but that result may not mean what it appears.
Campaign Action Just because Trumpcare failed, for now, doesn't mean activists are taking August off. No, they're still showing up to let their Republican representatives know just how much they'll pay for trying to take health insurance away from millions. Show More Summary
You don’t see this every day... Have you ever seen a batter hit himself in the head with a foul ball? VOTE VOTE VOTE!! @Zamm94 @kujeauxfasho @bensbiz @MiLB @CespedesBBQ https://t.co/8dEZJ9JRqo pic.twitter.com/gLeiYtNdH9 — Clinton LumberKings...Show More Summary
The UN Security Council voted unanimously on a set of new, hard-hitting sanctions that could snatch billions of dollars from North Korea, but while this is a big diplomatic victory for the US, don't expect North Korea to stop its nuclear...Show More Summary
Leading Off ? North Carolina : On Monday, a federal district court declined to order special elections this year for a slew of North Carolina legislative districts that will have to be redrawn after the Supreme Court struck down the Republican-drawn maps as unconstitutional racial gerrymanders in June. Show More Summary
It's a laugh riot being a Republican congressional leader, and they deserve every headache it brings them. The next big headache, provided they can stave off popular vote loser Donald Trump's insistence that they bring back Obamacare repeal, is a very serious one: the debt ceiling. Show More Summary
UPDATE: It was pointed out to me that the LA Times article I cited was from May. He has been doing media appearances and it is entirely possible he is not inside the White House, but this is an old article and has apparently not come...Show More Summary
NO. WAY. It looks like the official vote total in Venezuela’s controversial election was off by millions. Only 3.7 million people had voted by 5.30 p.m. in Venezuela’s controversial Constitutional Assembly election on Sunday, according to internal electoral council data reviewed by Reuters, casting doubt on the 8.1 million people authorities said had voted that […]
CARACAS, Venezuela -- The CEO of the voting technology company Smartmatic said Wednesday that results of Venezuela's election for an all-powerful constituent assembly were tampered with..
President Nicolas Maduro brushed off new U.S. sanctions on him and condemnation at home and abroad of the newly chosen constitutional assembly, saying the vote has given him a popular … Click to Continue »
On Friday, Senate Republicans' plan to overhaul the US healthcare system came to a dramatic end as leaders failed to garner enough votes to move forward legislation. President Donald Trump was quick to tweet about the events that unfolded,...Show More Summary
Despite US threats of “strong and swift economic sanctions” that the WSJ reported overnight could cut off a crucial source of revenue for Venezuela’s financially distressed state oil company, PDVSA, the socialist state’s leader Nicolas...Show More Summary
A hacker who broke into the machines in minutes, said that he could turn the machine on and off, read the data stored in it and felt that he can even change the votes.
by Sydney Brownstone Evil plan, foiled. MARK WILSON / GETTY Millions of People Won't Be Kicked Off Their Healthcare, Yet: McCain, Murkowski, and Collins voted "no" on the "skinny" Obamacare repeal. "It was the absolute least [McCain] could do to help his own constituents keep the healthcare that he's relying on to keep his body alive," Rich writes. Show More Summary
The Senate is moving closer to wrapping up debate over repealing the Affordable Care Act, but lawmakers have still not seen the bill they’re discussing.
The legislative showdown will continue Wednesday as the Senate considers various measures to replace the health law.
The Senate's days-long debate on health care features a dynamic that's relatively rare on Capitol Hill. Genuine suspense. Debate kicked off Tuesday without an obvious endgame. Several Republicans voted to … Click to Continue »
Republican Senators who had held off on previous versions of the bill voted in favor of a debate.
The Senate voted to open debate on the Republican healthcare overhaul on Tuesday, kicking off a furious voting process after a tumultuous arguments among the GOP. A procedural vote to begin debate on the House's healthcare bill passed Tuesday afternoon by narrow by a count of 50-50. Show More Summary
When all appeared to be lost, the pro-life nation staved off an attempt to force abortion on the citizens.