Much as we’d like President Trump to succeed, providing subsidized health care to illegal aliens is too steep a price for conservatives to pay to support the President in his optimistic push to use Speaker Paul Ryan’s disastrous Obamacare 2.0, Rinocare or #Ryancare bill to repeal and replace Obamacare.
The only parts of Obamacare establishment Republicans want to repeal are the parts in the current House bill, they are perfectly happy to keep the regulations and other Big Government parts of Obamacare and have no intention of establishing a free market health care and health care insurance system.
#RYNOCare is destined for failure and we conservatives need to call and tweet House Freedom Caucus members today to tell them to stand firm against this bill, and that we’ve got their backs when the establishment comes after them!
Ryancare is a twofer for Ryan: He and his big government DC pals continue to control people’s lives by controlling the health care and health insurance markets and they screw Trump in the process.
American Action Network, a political action committee with ties to former Speaker John Boehner and current Speaker Paul Ryan, is airing a half-million dollars’ worth of television ads in the districts of 30 Freedom Caucus members urging them to support Paul Ryan's #RINOcare bill.
Eight years after Obama and Pelosi set out to pass Obamacare, Republican Speaker Paul Ryan and Republican President Donald Trump are embarked on similar path that, if it continues, will have disastrous political consequences for the Trump and Republican brands.
Arkansas Senator Tom Cotton was the first person to float Lt. Gen. H.R. McMaster as a candidate for National Security Adviser. His recommendation carried unusual sway: With Trump’s loyal wingman Jeff Sessions having retired from the Senate to run the Department of Justice, Cotton very well might be the administration’s new favorite senator.
Jeff Sessions just left a leadership vacuum in the Senate on the issue of immigration, and Sen. Tom Cotton is trying to fill it. The Arkansas Republican and Sen. David Perdue, R-Ga., this week introduced a tough immigration bill that has hardliners cheering, and signaled that Cotton is likely to inherit the issue from Sessions, who was just confirmed as President Trump's attorney general.
We only know about Amiri because he was a pretty high profile case. We will never know how many small fry died under torture, were disappeared, or were executed because Hillary Clinton's emails gave enemy intelligence services just enough information to spot them.
CHQ endorsed Congressman and U.S. Senate candidate Ron DeSantis (R-FL) called for Congress to reject the Iran Deal in an OpEd that appeared in Time Magazine. In the OpEd, DeSantis cited the fact that the Iran Deal would provide Iran with $150 billion in unfrozen assets and Iran’s history as the world’s biggest state sponsor of terrorism as reasons to reject the deal. The OpEd was co-written with Arkansas Senator Tom Cotton, who like Ron DeSantis served in Operation Iraqi Freedom and was also endorsed by CHQ.
It is noteworthy that one of the key elements of Senator Tom Cotton’s questioning of Secretary of State John Kerry about the Iran nuclear weapons deal supports quite directly Ted Cruz’s point that the financial terms of the deal will make the Obama Administration the leading “financier of radical Islamic terrorism.” And a top French diplomat has contradicted Kerry's dire predictions that if Congress votes down the deal the rest of the world will walk away from the effort to stymie Iran's nuclear weapons program.
“Obama just lost an election in no small measure because wages for working families are declining & unemployment is still too high. The first big action he took was to make it easier for illegal immigrants to get jobs, not for working families to get jobs,” Sen. Tom Cotton said.
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CHQ Chairman Richard Viguerie has urged to conservatives to take the lead in nationalizing the 2014 election. Here's one practical step you can take TODAY to join that effort. Read this article, and then contact Arkansas Republican Senate candidate Tom Cotton through our “contact the Republican candidates” page and tell Tom Cotton you want to hear him draw a sharp contrast with his opponent and come out strongly against the Obama policies that have allowed Ebola, whooping cough and Enterovirus 68 into America.
Hawkins reviews the 2014 crop of Republican Senate nominees and takes a look at which candidates give conservatives some incentive to help vote in a Republican majority.
It is no surprise that incumbents like Mitch McConnell won last night. What is a surprise is how fast and how far right the incumbents, like McConnell, had to move to keep their jobs.
Rep. Tom Cotton (R-Ark.) blasted Democrats for expressing “fake outrage” and claiming the investigation into the deaths of four Americans in Benghazi is purely political. He cited some of the “lessons” he learned while serving in the Army to make his point.
"In the Senate we have all types of different people that have come from all types of different backgrounds—and I think that’s part of that sense of entitlement that he [Cotton] gives off is that, I served my country, let me into the Senate. But that’s not how it works in Arkansas, " Pryor said.
Dan Sullivan in Alaska is the kind of candidate needed to ensure not only a Republican Senate majority, but also a fiscally conservative majority within that majority.
A new poll by Hickman Analytics Inc. shows Cotton with 51 percent support compared to 42 percent for Pryor among voters most likely to turn out in November.