Republicans

GOP Sens. Urge Boehner to Block OCare Bailout

Sarah Ferris, The Hill

14 Republican Senators, led by Marco Rubio are calling on John Boehner to block any spending bill that pays for a program they deride as an “ObamaCare taxpayer bailout,” a move that could prompt another shutdown. 

GOP's Big Idea: Let's Not Have a Wave Election

Ann Coulter, TownHall

The GOP leadership has got to choose between their voters and their donors. They can't have both -- at least as long as the donors keep big-footing the conservative base on immigration. No amount of money in the world is going to help a candidate who's allowed to sell only crap.

Newt Is Right On GOP's 2016 Nom Problem

Philip Klein, Washington Examiner

“There’s a wing of the GOP which would like life to be dominated by the rich. They'd like to take all of the things that make politics exciting and responding to the popular will and they'd like to hide from it. If you can’t nominate somebody who can win debates and come out stronger, they wouldn’t have a chance to beat Hillary.”

Jerry Moran’s Morons

Erick Erickson, Red State

Moran at the NRSC claims they just saved Roberts' campaign. NRSC’s Comm. Dir. attacks conserv. orgs, their MS strategy painted the base as racist, & Moran thinks donors aren't giving because Mitt lost. Maybe donors just don't want to hitch their wagon to a clown car.

Bright Future for Republican Senate Candidates?

With the national mood souring against the shady dealings of the Obama administration in Washington, Republican Senate candidates appear to be enjoying the benefits of voter antipathy.

Conservatives Need Your Expertise on the 2014 U.S. Senate Races

We need to know from conservatives across the country how their candidates are faring in their individual races. If you have knowledge of a particular race, please participate!

Why Nancy Pelosi Is Smiling

Kimberley A. Strassel, Wall Street Journal

In at least a dozen midterm races, Republicans are struggling when they should be winning.

2014 Republican U.S. Senate candidates

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D'Souza: GOP Should Woo Asian Voters

Adelle Nazarian, Breitbart

Dinesh D’Souza said that immigrants like himself from the Asian-American culture, in particular are "highly entrepreneurial, highly hard working... [and] they have benefited greatly from America. They are tailor made for the GOP and it's scandalous that the party hasn't found a way to woo them."

Clearest Sign Yet the GOP Will Take the Senate

Erick Erickson, Red State

The only reason Eric Holder would do this now, before the mid-term elections, is if he was pretty sure he’d have to deal with a Repub. Senate next year. Eric Holder resigning is another sign the Dems. are worried.

GOP on Holder's Exit: ‘Good Riddance’

Peter Sullivan, The Hill

The announcement of A.G. Eric Holder's resignation set off a fiery reaction from Repub. lawmakers, many of who wished him good riddance on Twitter. In 2012, all but two House R's voted to hold him in contempt for refusing to comply with part of a subpoena for items related to "Fast and Furious." 

VIGUERIE: REPUBS. ARE "CLUELESS;" MUST NATIONALIZE ELECTION

NewsMax TV

Watch this video to hear outspoken conservative commentator and author of “Takeover” Richard Viguerie blast the national GOP leadership for not nationalizing the '14 midterm elections and being too soft in their rhetoric about Obama and the Dems. Viguerie outlines what conservatives can do to lead.

From Barry Goldwater To The Tea Party

Steven Hayward, The Federalist

Some liberals have grown nostalgic for Barry Goldwater, claiming he’d repudiate the Tea Party. Quite the contrary.

Immigration Silver Bullet: Insurgents Chart GOP Path to Victory

Robert W. Patterson, Breitbart

How can Repubs. recapture the Senate from Harry Reid and the Dems? A new poll points to a winning strategy, if GOP leaders have the courage to use the remaining 7 weeks to nationalize the elections around 1 game-changing issue.

Will The South Rise Up for GOP?

Cameron Joseph, The Hill

With a sweep of South, GOP would all but seal a majority in the Senate.

A Football Lesson For The GOP

Republicans won't win back the Senate or other key races if they take a knee or throw the ball out of bounds on amnesty for illegal aliens, Obama’s contempt for the Constitution, Congress’ out-of-control spending and how to effectively confront the great national security threats facing the country today.

Rove Is Worried About O's Legacy

Jen Kuznicki, JenKuznicki.com

Karl Rove states, "The president should discard his threats of unconstitutional executive action. When he circumvents Congress, he inflames tensions...makes it easier to undo his policies..." It's clear: when the GOP want amnesty, they want to ensure it’s permanent. 

WH Says It'll Veto GOP OCare Bill That'd Make O's 'Administrative Fix' Law

Sarah Hurtubise, Daily Caller

Obama's threatening to veto GOP Rep. Bill Cassidy's House bill (HR 3522) that'd allow customers to keep health insurance plans that aren’t compliant with Obamacare (Obama unilaterally allowed the same extension twice). The bill was approved by the House Rules Comm.

Clear Path to Senate Majority Opens for Republicans

Taegan Goddard, PoliticalWire.com

A recent forecast model gives Repubs. a 65.1% chance of winning the Senate. The path to a GOP majority is becoming a little clearer -- and the problem for Dems is that it runs through 6 deeply red states.

US Chamber Endorses Dems in Key House Races

Caroline May, Breitbart

The business group that has been pushing for amnesty but that has often backed Republican candidates is throwing its support behind Democrats in several key House races this cycle. Among the Democrats endorsed by the Chamber is pro-amnesty TX Dem Rep. Henry Cuellar.