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The Republican Party’s tax reform package has many good things for the vast majority of taxpayers. Democratic hopes are misplaced by attacking this law.
Expressing joy over Republicans’ tax reform passage, Trump said, “It is always a lot of fun when you win.”, “It’s the largest tax cut in the history…
“Obamacare’s abortion funding restrictions are ‘significantly weaker’ than the Hyde Amendment — a provision designed to prevent taxpayer
A new Quinnipiac survey shows that 66 percent of GOP voters support the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act. And, on top of that, more Republican voters approve than disapprove of the Republicans…
President Trump got the news Thursday that most conservatives feared: the Senate parliamentarian was striking the language that repealed the Johnson Amendment.
Reams of ink and gigabytes of pixels have been spilled by folks wringing their hands over the Roy Moore election in Alabama and what it reveals.
Despite Nancy Pelosi, the Republicans pass a two-week budget patch — keeping a government shutdown at bay at least until December 22.
Watching blue states like Virginia and New Jersey deal a death blow to the GOP’s hopes of recapturing the governor’s mansion was gratifying to liberals…
There’s a reason Washington hasn’t had major tax reform in 30 years — it’s not easy! At more than four million words, the tax code is a nightmare of complexities.
Hillary Clinton believes that that Republican Party is imploding. What a joke! It’s the Democratic Party is imploding. Here’s why.
There’s this thing called ‘loyalty,’ and out in America we kind of expect it. You DC dwellers should investigate that concept in depth.
Speaker Ryan has sent key bills to the Senate only to watch them die. After 10 years as the GOP top dog, some GOP think it’s time for McConnell to call it quits.
If you thought cats had a lot of lives, you should see the GOP health care repeal. Every time the effort seems doomed, Republicans manage to paddle it back to life.
Just when Americans think the health care debate has flat-lined, Senate Republicans managed to pump new life in the debate: the GOP finally understands the urgency.
I urge conservatives of true conviction and faith to Stand with Judge Moore, as he has stood for all the truths that make us truly at liberty.
A retired attorney in Virginia Beach is so incensed that Republicans couldn’t repeal the Obama’s Affordable Care Act that he’s suing to get political donations back, accusing the GOP of fraud and racketeering.
Reince Priebus was Donald Trump’s attempt to make nice with the GOP establishment. It was a colossal, dismal failure. Trump in the end was forced to fire Priebus, who is a nice guy but is weak, and may even have been responsible for some damaging leaks to the media.
In a huge boost to the GOP morale, Senator John McCain, despite his own health care scare, made the long trip to D.C. to join what he hoped would be history in the making.
Republicans are almost certainly having second thoughts now, after hearing from their constituents, who can’t believe the GOP is letting Obama’s radicalism continue to dictate military policy!
Top conservative leaders from groups like Club for Growth, FreedomWorks, Tea Party Patriots, For America, FRC, and others, gave the Senate GOP two choices: Act now — or pay later.
Majority Leader Mitch McConnell admitted yesterday that the wheels had finally come off the gurney of the latest GOP health care plan.
By a 214-209 vote, they told troops, taxpayers, and Trump that they’d prefer to spend $3.7 billion on gender reassignments than the military’s own assignment: to fight and win wars.
Americans rejected Bernie Sanders as the presidential nominee, and now they’re rejecting his politics implying that Christians have no place in public service in a hearing for Trump budget pick Russell Vought.
Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) and special guest Mike Pence had their work cut out for them lobbying GOP holdouts on the newly-released health care plan.
“Republicans have often knocked Obamacare for having such high deductibles that enrollees don’t really have coverage even though they have an insurance card,” reported CNN.
Soon-to-be-Mr. Justice Gorsuch simply discards the appeal to God, relied upon by America’s Founders.
Trump change notwithstanding, as far as America’s liberty is concerned, the betrayal continues.
Repeal first, replace next. It’s the strategy House and Senate leaders have rehearsed for a year and a half. Why deviate now?
I am so excited that the “RyanCare” didn’t make it. It’s upsetting that over the last 5 years or so the Republicans didn’t have a Plan B healthcare plan ready.