There is no point in hoping the next election will be magically less fraudulent than the last one. Hope gives you an excuse not to act.
The Republican establishment must be told: if you do nothing about political torture in Washington, D.C., you lose your base forever.
Establishment Democrats and Republicans and their corporate media mouthpieces view the American taxpayer as an ATM to fund their priorities.
Lindsey Graham goes to war for Chick-fil-A.
Protecting the American family, Vance makes plain, should be the ultimate purpose of the American Right and any movement or party associated with it.
Will Rep. Alexander Mooney’s saber-rattling about Cuba distract from his ethics investigation? He hopes so!
Imagine what would happen if, instead of the Republican Party moving leftward to placate Democrats, it moved rightward to placate Republicans.
We cannot backslide from President Trump to a milquetoast corporate Republican.
People like Jane Timken are merely capitalizing on the Trump brand to conceal otherwise rotten platforms that ensure forgotten Americans stay forgotten.
There are specific policies that offer a clear alternative to where the Democrats are taking America. They are not ideologically driven, they are pragmatic.
Is this freshman class the last best hope for the republic?
The South Dakota Republican caved to corporate interests and the NCAA instead of defending the interests of her voters on an important piece of legislation defending women and girls in sports.
It’s high time for Senate Republicans to follow through on their collective promise to fight for their constituents, American families, who insist upon a conservative policy agenda.
What good are Senate Republicans who can’t force a tie-breaking vote on a radical culture warrior who has sought to crush religious dissenters, independent journalists, and pro-life pregancy centers?
If the GOP wants to put America First, it should put the Chamber of Commerce in its place.
The Hawaii Democrat and former anti-war candidate is the kind of politician the Republican Party needs to rebuild its shattered credibility.
The Left is not interested in working to improve the lives of flesh and blood poor kids. What can Republicans do to achieve that?
We have a republic to keep, not a Republican Party to protect at any cost.
If the populist or any other Right hopes to dig itself out of its present hole, then it should stop worrying about ticking off the town bully.
Representatives Nancy Mace and Adam Kinzinger flex their Beltway bona fides by telling their MAGA constituents to stuff it.