Republicans

Did Repubs. Lose Their Chance to Repeal Obamacare?

Katie McHugh, Daily Caller

According to libertarian satirist P.J. O’Rourke, Repubs. working to defund Obamacare during the partial gov't shutdown were fighting a lost cause — the opportunity to repeal the law is behind them. The gov't created a new class of entitlements, which will be difficult to get rid of.

Media Giving Controversies Equal Coverage?

Fox News

The Chris Christie and Bob McDonnell controversies garnered much more coverage than Dem. Gov. Andrew Cuomo's anti-conservative comments or Wendy Davis' lies. Journalistic standards can be very selective.

AZ Repubs. Censure John McCain

Daniel Doherty, Townhall

According to Republican officials in Arizona, Sen. John McCain has sided with “liberal Democrats” too many times over the years, and therefore, the Maricopa County Republican Party has voted to censure him.

GOP Must Strike Obamacare Now

David Limbaugh, Creators.com

When it comes to health care, Republicans need to strike while the iron is hot, and it is white-hot now -- and will probably get worse -- because of the Obamacare disaster.

Can the Libertarian Repub. & the Non-Libertarian Repub. Be Friends?

Scott Shackford, Reason.com

While these groups are similarly conservative on economic matters (libertarians are further to the right than white evangelicals or Tea Partiers on some economic issues, such as raising the minimum wage), they are extremely divided by their views on religion.

Focus on the Real Obamacare Tax

Paul Mulshine, New Jersey Star-Ledger

The individual mandate is not O-care’s worst feature – it’s the hidden tax on the middle class.

WaPo Wrong on McAuliffe Momentum

Carten Cordell, Human Events

The paper used a Quinnipiac U. poll that grossly undervalued the independent vote in Virginia.

Time to Triple Efforts for Cuccinelli

Ken Cuccinelli understands the purposes of the Constitution.  He is not the type of Republican who pays tribute to Ronald Reagan and the Founders, then betrays most or everything they stood for.  In Ken Cuccinelli, we have someone who shares our view that the Constitution is in jeopardy, and who is willing to fight to preserve it.

R’s Too Smart for Their Own Good?

Noel Sheppard, American Thinker

After all, most Americans don't make decisions intellectually. They make them emotionally.

Boehner – Slow Learner or Traitor?

Joseph Farah, WND

The Speaker is reportedly bending over backwards to give Obama a debt ceiling increase – but why?

In 2014, the Senate’s More Volatile

Stuart Rothenberg, Roll Call

It’s very possible there could be more net seat change in the Senate than in the House next year.

GOP Warns of Obamacare Train Wreck

Alexandra Jaffe, The Hill

With the health law’s implementation only a few months away, ill effects are already bubbling up.

If House Caves, Time to Leave GOP?

Allahpundit, Hot Air

Sarah Palin, questioning whether Republicans are really offering conservatives a true alternative.

Why America Hates Washington

Erick Erickson, Red State

Both Republicans and Democrats in Washington act as though they are managing our decline.

Boehner’s Primary Politics Problem

Molly K. Hooper, The Hill

Establishment Republicans complain that House members are too scared of their constituents.

Republicans Attack Corporate Pork

Timothy Carney, Washington Examiner

Republicans have finally gone beyond mere talk in addressing the problem of crony capitalism.

GOP’s Path Forward on Farm Bill

Daniel Horowitz, Red State

With the Farm bill’s defeat, Republicans can work to streamline the system and end farm subsidies.

Black Dem Abandons Slavery Party

Bob Unruh, WND

Louisiana State Sen. Elbert Guillory switched to the GOP – and in this video, explains his reasons.

Abortion Ban Bill Advances in House

Jim Abrams, Associated Press

The House passed a far-reaching anti-abortion bill that’s a milestone in the 40-Year Pro-Life cause.

Santorum: Why Romney Didn’t Win

James Hohmann, Politico

The former candidate said Republicans didn’t talk to people “worried about their next paycheck.”