What will be happening differently is the number of investigations into the President and any other Republican/Conservative targets the Democrats can get in their sights. Since they’ll hold the chairs in the committees making those decisions there will be plenty of opportunities for grandstanding and theatrics, eagerly gobbled up by the mainstream media. But beyond that… not much.
Matt Viser, writing for the Post, cited various examples to buttress his claim that an entire party was tilting toward using racism to engender support from voters.
In the aftermath of terrible events, there are calls for unity. For Republicans, it’s always except you.
A new video from the American Association of Evangelicals reveals how George Soros, through his many funding ventures, has been busily infiltrating the Christian base in America to divide, and ultimately conquer, the religious minded within the Republican Party.
Truly, with the left, political wars know no bounds. Nothing’s sacred; not when it comes to the leftists’ drive to succeed.
Democratic leadership appeared unsatisfied with the response President Donald Trump gave about the suspicious packages sent to key Democratic leaders, blaming Trump’s recent rhetoric in their statement[s]. But when a left-wing activist shot Louisiana Republican Rep. Steve Scalise, House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi took issue with anybody pointing fingers at her party.
There appear to be concerns that President Trump’s choice to call Stormy Daniels a “horseface” will cause him to lose suburban women voters in November.
It won’t, and here’s why.
“Don’t just interrupt a Senator’s meal, y’all,” James Thomas, an assistant professor of sociology, tweeted from his @Insurgent_Prof account on Oct. 6, the day Justice Brett M. Kavanaugh was sworn into the Supreme Court.
“Put your whole damn fingers in their salads,” he wrote. “Take their apps and distribute them to the other diners. Bring boxes and take their food home with you on the way out. They don’t deserve your civility.”
Says notion of political civility is on the ballot in November.
Republican politicians, their staffers and the offices where they work have become a recurring target for political violence.
Here are eight times just this year that Republicans faced such attacks.
Trump’s presidency has had a profound impact on the American discourse, but easily its most important contribution is the way it has emboldened conservative voices.
Hollywood stars were out in force on Thursday throwing in with the fake news anti-Trump media, currently at war with the White House.
The GOP establishment and its big monied backers are still reeling from the shock that an outsider like the iconoclastic Donald Trump was able to single-handedly destroy a field of sixteen candidates and to then do the unthinkable by defeating the corrupt Clinton dynasty. For guys like the Kochs, it was to have been a Bush vs. Clinton contest which would have been a win-win for pro-amnesty globalists and the fat cats who are able to purchase politicians with the change from their sofa cushions.
Libertarian philosophy and Islam might seem like an odd mix, but in Minnesota politics, anything is possible.
The Liberty Caucus of the Minnesota Republican Party will hold its annual convention May 12 at the Dar al-Farooq Community Center, part of the notorious hardline Bloomington mosque that has been at the center of controversy for years.
Republican leadership is going to fund sanctuary cities in the must-pass spending bill next week, giving Democrats a huge victory while simultaneously undercutting conservatives who put them in power, a senior GOP aide told The Daily Caller News Foundation.
The ugliest presidential campaign in modern American history continued through a raucous post-mortem at Harvard University, where strategists gather every four years to chew over the recently completed contest from an insiders’ vantage point.
The scene on Thursday was fraught, from the moment the top campaigns’ top officials sat down across the room from each other. There were interruptions, accusations and plenty of cross-talk for more than two tense hours.