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  • Thad Cochran's win doesn't mean GOP incumbents can rest easy: Examiner Editorial

    There's no question that the Republican professional campaign establishment pulled off a political coup in Mississippi on Tuesday that would make even the most jaded consultant proud.

  • Dave Brat: I'm not 'Tea Partier Dave'

    Almost exactly two weeks ago, Dave Brat gained national attention by pulling off a primary win over then-House Majority Leader Eric Cantor that he called "an unbelievable miracle." Brat spoke with the Washington Examiner this morning about his efforts to reintroduce himself to the public and his...

  • Democrats don't debate; they distort

    Among Republicans, the debate over America's proper world role is vigorous. Sen. Rand Paul blames the current disarray in Iraq on George W. Bush and Dick Cheney.

  • The difference between Republicans and Democrats

    It is a line I have used to open speeches on the lecture circuit for years and it never fails to get a laugh: "I'm happy to be here tonight from Washington, D.C., where the only politicians with convictions are in prison."

  • Steve Scalise, a rising conservative star

    Make no mistake about it; Steve Scalise is a genuine conservative. He was one of only 15 Republican House members to get a 100-percent voting designation by the American Conservative Union.

  • VIDEO: Rick Santorum says Republicans need to care about voters

    Former Republican presidential candidate Rick Santorum said Friday the Republican party isn't going to win any elections moving forward unless the GOP starts caring about voters. Speaking at the Faith and Freedom Coalition's Road to Majority conference in the District, Santorum...

  • Rick Perry: 66 is the new 46

    Texas Gov. Rick Perry, eyeing another presidential bid, isn't worried about the GOP's youth kick among the leading White House contenders.

  • Here's why the new conservative in House leadership won

    The new House majority whip won not only because he was a conservative, but also because he reached out to other elements of the Republican Party.

  • How Kevin McCarthy's new job could make John Boehner's harder

    The election of Rep. Kevin McCarthy as the new House majority leader has failed to extinguish the rumblings of discontent by far-right lawmakers that could lead to an effort to oust House Speaker John Boehner in January.

  • Romney 4.0: Can Mitt get his groove back?

    Mitt Romney, seen as too stiff and robotic to win over enough voters to claim the presidency in 2012, is undergoing his latest reboot, trying to become the Republican Party's elder statesman in an Image overhaul different from his predecessors who lost their bids for the White House.

  • Can an independent conservative beat the Nassau County Republican machine?

    Most Republican primary contests these days are characterized (however accurately or inaccurately) as fights between the Tea Party and the party Establishment. But in at least one case another characterization, more typical historically of Democratic than Republican primary contests, is more...

  • Here's how Kevin McCarthy will differ from Eric Cantor

    Where Eric Cantor pushed, expect Kevin McCarthy to steer. Where the outgoing House majority leader has used his post to lead the Republican Party, expect his successor to lead his conference.

  • Steve Scalise wins role of new House majority whip

    Rep. Steve Scalise will be the new Majority Whip, elected by House GOP lawmakers as the only red-state member of the leadership team. Scalise, of Louisiana, will replace Rep. Kevin McCarthy as the chief vote counter and the person most responsible for lining up GOP support for key votes....

  • House GOP picks Kevin McCarthy as majority leader

    House Republicans Tuesday voted to install their chief vote counter as the new majority leader, rejecting a more conservative but slightly less experienced opponent.

  • VIDEO: Republican senators attend 'Road to Majority' event in DC

    Sens. Ted Cruz, R-Texas, Mike Lee, R-Utah, and Marco Rubio, R-Fla., came out to support the conservative movement Thursday at the Road to Majority Conference.



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