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Stevenson: A new Republican oath
A conservative political activist, my morning cup of disgust, already overflowing, completely drenched the kitchen table and then spilled onto the floor when I read last week that the RNC praised the ...
Morning Bits: Republicans rationalize an irrational president
There’s no way to rationalize President Trump’s trip cancellation. “Total chaos with @realDonaldTrump and cancellation of ...
Kayleigh McEnany: Trump continues Republicans’ long history of advancing women’s rights and opportunities
The Trump reelection campaign’s Women for Trump coalition will be participating in 14 events in 14 cities across the nation ...
A new tone from some Republicans on climate change — mostly behind closed doors
Republicans are beginning to feel the heat on climate change. Though a significant bloc of the party continues to deny the ...
Does the GOP’s ‘big tent’ still exist? SC Republicans wrestle with party under Trump
In 2016, lifelong Republican Lisa Savage walked into a voting booth in Charleston and cast her vote for Democrat Hillary ...
Republicans Changed Their Mind About Higher Education Really Quickly
At the beginning of the 2010s, 58 percent of Republicans believed that colleges and universities had a positive impact on the ...
Republicans have become their caricature of Barack Obama
Once upon a time, during a period of our distant past (okay, it was January 2009 through January 2017), Republicans deplored ...
Scaramucci: Trump Has "Entire GOP Using Their Twitter Feed To Attack Fellow Republicans Like Me"
In an interview with CNN's Anderson Cooper on Monday, Anthony Scramucci said President Trump sending the "entire GOP" after ...
As many as five Republicans may challenge Trump in the primaries
Four former Republican lawmakers are considering joining former Massachusetts Gov. Bill Weld in the primary battle against ...
The challenge facing Texas Republicans in 2020
Every two years, Democrats and reporters talk about Texas turning blue. Indeed, Texas is the great blue hope for Democrats.
How Much Damage Have Republicans Done in the States?
The 2018 election marked at least a temporary end to Republicans’ rise to power in many states. With full control of 26 ...
New York Times
Republicans start to sour on gun control laws after Trump's reversal
Senate Homeland Security Chairman Ron Johnson is casting major doubt on the prospects of significant gun regulations passing ...