2014 elections

Rush: Tea Party Will Surge in 2014

Cheryl K. Chumley, The Washington Times

The Tea Party is more motivated now. Things have worsened and they know how to strategize better.

Admin. Delays Obamacare Employer Mandate

Twitchy.com Staff

The delay is likely due to conservative pressure and fear that it would hurt libs prior to ‘14 elections.

War on Coal Lights Fire Under R's

Fox News Staff

Coal country swing states are reminded that in the ‘war on coal,’ Dems aim to cut jobs.

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.

Boehner’s Primary Politics Problem

Molly K. Hooper, The Hill

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

The False Choice Of The Gang Of Eight Immigration Bill

Almost by definition a “comprehensive” bill on any subject that gets Harry Reid, Chuck Schumer and President Obama enthusiastically behind it is going to be contrary to conservative principles and bad for Republicans politically -- and the Gang of Eight bill is no exception.

We Must Use Amnesty in 2014

Daniel Horowitz, Red State

Just like Obamacare created the 2010 wave, conservatives should keep pounding on amnesty.

Bring on the Amnesty Scare Tactics

John Fund, National Review Online

Amnesty supporters warn of a painful death for the GOP if it fails to pass reform measures.

A Gaggle of Immigration Frauds

Larry Thornberry, American Spectator

Are wishy-washy Republican backers of the immigration reform bill really that self-deluded?

Will RNC Notice Governors’ Success?

Chris Wilson, Conservative Intelligence Briefing

National Republicans will want to run on scandals, but positive achievements would work better.

8 Tea Party Governors Up In 2014

Susan Page, USA Today

Four years after the Tea Party wave election of 2010, these governors face their first re-election.