By Lawrence Kudlow | 03/17/14 11:32 AM
Sizing up last week's unexpected congressional win by Florida Republican David Jolly, Kim Strassel of the Wall Street Journal wrote, "The Republicans who win this fall will be those who have serious answers to the attacks leveled on them -- about Obamacare, the economy, women's and seniors'...
By Associated Press | 03/17/14 09:14 AM
A conservative state assemblyman and gun rights enthusiast was the crowd favorite among the party faithful on Sunday as the Republican candidates seeking to challenge Gov. Jerry Brown for the governorship addressed delegates at the state party's convention in the San Francisco Bay Area and...
By David M. Drucker | 03/17/14 05:47 AM
House Republican leaders are committed to passing an Obamacare alternative before the November elections, but even proponents of the effort are skeptical that it will produce anything beyond a set of policy principles. Senior Republicans charged with writing health care legislation to replace...
By Hugh Hewitt | 03/16/14 05:11 PM
Texas Gov. Rick Perry endorsed the re-election of Sen. Mitch McConnell, R-Ky., on Saturday, giving the Republican leader in the Senate another boost on his way to re-election. “Leaders like Mitch McConnell who have the courage to stand up for conservative principles, even when it means...
By Aloysius Hogan | 03/16/14 04:35 PM
Imperial president? Moi? In announcing a contentious overtime-pay proposal on Thursday, President Obama seems to have shed any pretense of willingness to work with Republicans, whose theme of an “imperial presidency” is resonating ever louder. However, this proposal may be more smoke than...
By Charlie Spiering | 03/16/14 01:02 PM
Former White House press secretary Robert Gibbs admitted Sunday that Democrats were in obvious danger of losing the Senate in 2014. When asked by NBC's David Gregory if Democrats could lose the senate, the former press secretary for President Obama replied, "absolutely" and "definitely."...
By Zack Colman | 03/16/14 11:36 AM
Delaying Obamacare's individual mandate to buy health insurance is not on the table, Dan Pfeiffer, a White House senior adviser, said Sunday on NBC's "Meet the Press." "That will not happen," Pfeiffer said. The comments come after the House voted Friday to delay the mandate by a decade. The...
By Michael Barone | 03/14/14 05:08 PM
It is reminiscent of the quandary faced by General Maurice Gamelin on the evening of May 15, 1940. Suddenly he realized that German panzer troops had broken through the supposedly impassable Ardennes.
By Rich Tucker | 03/15/14 04:43 PM
Stay in any job for six decades and you’re bound to be a bit jaded when you finally retire. “I find serving in the House to be obnoxious,” Rep. John Dingell recently told the Detroit News. “It's become very hard because of the acrimony and bitterness, both in Congress and in the...
By Associated Press | 03/15/14 12:55 PM
Sen. Jeanne Shaheen is calling on newly announced Republican challenger Scott Brown to sign the same pact in New Hampshire that helped prevent outside groups from pouring millions of dollars into his last Massachusetts Senate election.
By Rebecca Berg | 03/14/14 07:37 PM
NASHUA, N.H. -- In 2010, Scott Brown won a special election in Massachusetts that marked the beginning of a historic electoral wave, which would sweep Republicans to a House majority and net them six seats in the Senate. Now, he hopes he can do it again. "A big political wave is about to...
By Zack Colman | 03/14/14 05:18 PM
Sen. Kay Hagan took to the Senate floor Thursday to call for congressional action on climate change. "This is a pressing problem that needs to be addressed and too often gets pushed to the backburner," the North Carolina Democrat said. The overture was of note because Hagan is in a tight...
By Michael Barone | 03/14/14 01:33 PM
West Virginia 3rd district incumbent Rep. Nick Rahall trails Republican challenger state Sen. Evan Jenkins by a 54-percent to 40-percent margin.
By Brian Hughes | 03/14/14 11:42 AM
Rep. Bill Cassidy, a Louisiana liver doctor who could determine control of the Senate, has crafted a two-step prescription for helping the GOP retake the upper chamber: Focus on the big picture and reject Democrats' narratives on the GOP.
By Brian Hughes | 03/14/14 11:41 AM
t's a question that conservative Louisianans have been muttering for years: How does Democratic Sen. Mary Landrieu keep winning in a deep-red state?
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