The Virginia US Senate race is a battle between the Trump brand of Republicanism (Stewart), or corporate globalism (Tim Kaine). Which will win in November?
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Since our champion “outsider” miraculously became president, everyone wants to be an outsider. “Outsider”, good; “Insider” bad is the strident campaign theme this primary season. But this new purity test can spell disaster.
A professor at California State University-East Bay displays signs on her office window declaring that “Republicans are heartless a**holes” and “F**k the A**hole in Chief.”
Tuesday was the biggest day so far of the 2018 primaries, and conservatives had plenty to be happy about. Republicans turned out in large percentages in Ohio, Indiana, West Virginia, and North Carolina.
A University of California, Berkeley Student Senator proposed that all student government funding for the Berkeley College Republicans be reallocated to the Black Student Union.
The biggest challenge facing Republicans heading into the November elections isn’t Donald Trump. It isn’t even the Democratic Party. It’s apathy.
In an election that will almost certainly come down to turnout, there’s some genuine anxiety that Republicans won’t be able to close the midterm gap. What role will evangelicals play in that equation?
At some point, aren’t you going to wonder whether I’m really on your side? And aren’t you going to eventually question the real motivation of our team?
Now, it seems more obvious than ever why liberals are fighting to control speech on college campuses. Apparently, these are their most productive recruiting centers!
Dr. Everett Piper, President of Oklahoma Wesleyan, couldn’t believe it. Here he is, fighting the government to keep men out of girls’ campus bathrooms, and a Republican leader has tanked one of the only bills that would give his college relief.
By tenths of a percent, Democrat Conor Lamb, a 33-year-old Marine vet, is on the verge of snatching a seat away from a district that Donald Trump won by 20 points.
As the tax cuts start to take effect, the White House’s approval ratings aren’t the only thing looking up. Record employment, a growing economy, and a slate of judicial confirmations may be fueling a GOP resurgence.
The United States Senate led by Democrats and two Republicans, did a shameful thing. They voted not to even vote on the Pain Capable Unborn Child Protection Act.
Members of UWCR hosted a “DACA booth” on January 12, sitting behind a table on campus with a sign reading, “I Oppose DACA, Change My Mind,” along with a banner advertising the College Republicans.
What else we know for sure about next year is … nothing, except that 2018 it will either be terrible, or great, or kind of both. And you can take that to the bank.
Media outlets described the defeat of Roy Moore as a defeat of President Trump. With Trump’s low approval ratings, will 2018 be disastrous for Republicans?
Because I was unsure if the charges against Judge Roy Moore were true, had I lived in Alabama, I would have voted for him, since I much preferred his moral vision to that of Doug Jones.
Republicans couldn’t manage to repeal Obamacare — and in a few weeks, millions of Americans are going to regret it all over again.
With the recent victories by Democrats in the November 2017 elections, there is much talk about what Republicans should learn from this and…
When Democrats blew up the 225-year-old judicial confirmation rules in 2013, Grassley said they’d regret it. Now, four years later…
The Roy Moore situation is instructive. There is every reason to believe efforts to oust him are coordinated to destroy him because of what the man believes.
Republicans slog through one of the biggest tax rewrites since Ronald Reagan. It’s a grueling process for the members and staff.
I personally believe a lot of Christians who are in the Democrat Party should consider changing their registration. “Why?” you ask. “Can’t I be a Christian and a Democrat too?”
So-called conservative Republican legislators caved to the LGBT agenda. Yes, they want to use your tax money to support so-called “sex change surgeries” in the military.
Are these House Republicans really so naïve as to think that LGBT activists will return the favor come election time?
The savage shooting today of Republicans in Virginia by a leftist Democrat supporter of Senator Bernie Sanders should end the ridiculous notion of moral equivalence between progressive left and conservative right in this country.
These aren’t investigations. They’re a coup by the losing side that refuses to admit it lost a presidential election.
Republicans search their souls and rack their consciences, asking themselves, “Are we becoming like them? What good does it do to win, if we can’t win unless we become like them?”
If they weren’t so belligerent, nasty, petulant and dangerous to our country and humanity, one might—almost–be slightly inclined to have pity on the, now, increasingly desperate Democrats.
LGBT radical activists run the nation. And when it demanded the crushing of Donald Trump’s Christian Army secretary nominee, the conservative GOP submitted to it.