More Republican Party Articles

  • Dinesh D'Souza's new movie points conservatives in the right direction

    Do we conservatives really mean it when we say that we need to promote our ideas in the popular culture through books, movies and other media? If so, we need to support people like Dinesh D'Souza and his latest movie and book, America: Imagine a World Without Her.

  • Tea Party should reform the GOP, not splinter it

    On both the Right and the Left, activists are convinced that the Republican Party is not pure enough on their issues, and perhaps it is time to break away and create a new political organization to shake up the system.

  • Conservatives have great ideas, but House GOP leaders aren't promoting them

    It has never been a problem about the GOP having great ideas, but of being saddled with the worst party communications shop in all of modern times, an infrastructure that does not know how to transmit those ideas.

  • First lady bucks GOP on school lunch rules

    WASHINGTON (AP) — First ladies typically avoid getting into public scraps, but Michelle Obama has jumped into perhaps her biggest battle yet. She's fighting a House Republican effort to soften a central part of her prized anti-childhood obesity campaign and says she's ready "to fight until...

  • America the almost great: Just 28% say U.S. is No. 1

    The view that America stands above others has shrunk, with less than three in 10 believing the U.S. is No. 1 in the world, according to Pew.

  • Cantor's loss a blow to state GOP fundraising

    RICHMOND, Va. (AP) — Virginia state Republican lawmakers have lost one of their more reliable sources of campaign cash with U.S. House Majority Leader Eric Cantor's pending exit from Congress, a loss that's already causing tension within the party. Cantor's campaign account and the...

  • Pew survey data identifies which Americans need to be deported immediately

    The number of Americans who believe that the U.S. "stands above all other countries" has dropped to just 28 percent, a 10-point decline from three years ago, according to the Pew Research Center.

  • Obama channels Saul Alinsky with 'so sue me' speech: Examiner Editorial

    President Obama's "so sue me" speech last week is a classic illustration of the community organizer practicing Saul Alinsky's 13th rule: "Pick the target, freeze it, personalize it, and polarize it."

  • The incredible repeating presidency: Roads and bridges, roads and bridges

    It's always interesting to watch for when the Obama administration trots out another "big" policy speech on American jobs and investing in infrastructure.

  • New Tea Party group's voting integrity lawsuit threatens Mississippi establishment Democrats and Republicans

    If things were bad between Tea Party activists and the Mississippi Republican establishment before last Tuesday's Senate primary runoff, it's about to get a lot uglier.

  • Republicans must look to Cleveland to expand 2016 presidential chances

    Republican National Committee officials announced recently that the party's nominating convention for the next presidential election will be held in Cleveland or Dallas. Given the ultimate goal, the GOP's big bash should be in Ohio.

  • There's nothing undemocratic about strategic voting

    Years before Operation Chaos occurred to Rush Limbaugh, I had been voting strategically in New York. Here's how it all came about.

  • The Export-Import Bank fight as a pivotal moment on the Right

    Many liberals respond to the Export-Import Bank fight by shrugging, rolling their eyes, and saying "what an odd fight to pick."

  • How Republicans will use better data to turn out the vote

    The Republican Party continues to modernize its voter turnout capabilities, with a second digital consulting firm due to announce Tuesday that it will help the party improve its data quality. The Data Trust, a Republican third-party data sharing organization central to the GOP’s overhaul of...

  • Our arrogant president

    President Obama appears to have forgotten -- or ignored -- why we have elections. One reason is to stop, or slow down, an agenda the public doesn't like. When polls began reflecting buyer's remorse about Mr. Obama in 2010, voters elected a Republican majority in the House of Representatives...



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