Nov
4

Establishment Crumbling: Poll Shows Mitch McConnell, Senate Allies’ Approval Ratings in Free Fall

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Asleep at the wheelOne can only be asleep at the wheel for so long before crashing through the guard rail and hitting a tree head on! Among all voters, Republican establishment senators fared poorly as well.

http://www.breitbart.com/big-government/2017/11/01/establishment-crumbling-poll-shows-mcconnell-senate-allies-approval-ratings-free-fall/

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Dec
29

Why Jeb Bush Can’t Bypass Conservatives
By: W. James Antle III

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Time to get ready to fight for a real candidate who will stay true to our core beliefs.How many times have you asked yourself what is it going to take for the Republican Party to start listening to “We The People”? Do you find yourself thinking what is the use in voting? Well you are not alone there are many conservatives out there who have decided enough with the Bush family.

Before Jeb Bush announced he was “actively exploring” a presidential bid came news he was just as actively seeking a way to avoid appealing to conservatives. (The Bushies prefer the word “pandering.”)

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Dec
7

Republican Challenger Wins Louisiana US Senate Race
By Jonathan Kaminsky

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The people have spoken Cassidy is the man to get the job done in DCNEW ORLEANS (Reuters) – Republican Congressman Bill Cassidy handily won a Louisiana U.S. Senate runoff election on Saturday, capping big wins for his party in the Nov. 4 midterms at the expense of one of the chamber’s last remaining southern Democrats.

Cassidy, whose victory swells the ranks of Republicans in the Senate to 54, defeated Mary Landrieu, a three-term incumbent who last month pushed hard for a Senate vote on approving the Keystone XL pipeline from Canada’s oil sands to the U.S. Gulf Coast that came up just short.

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Dec
7

New GOP Senator Urges GOP Voters To Slam GOP Leaders
By Neil Munro

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Voters want the GOP to stand up for what their platform isOn Wednesday, Dec. 11, House Speaker John Boehner will stage a vote on the 2015 government budget bill. But his bill doesn’t included any language barring Obama’s deputies from spending money to implement his Nov. 21 plan to provide amnesty, work permits and green cards for 5 million illegal immigrants.

Boehner’s spending bill is opposed by numerous anti-amnesty voters and groups, including NumbersUSA, the Federation for American Immigration Reform and the Americans For Legal Immigration PAC, or Alipac.

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Dec
4

The Money Majority

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Can McConnell Get the Support for fundingMitch McConnell is moving swiftly to consolidate political power — and cash.

Before he even takes the reins as Senate majority leader, McConnell and his allies are quietly trying to engineer a bold plan that would enable party leaders to rely more on major contributions to independent groups while also removing restrictions on the ability of the National Republican Senatorial Committee and other party committees to interact with candidates.

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Dec
20

Four Tea Party Challengers to Lindsey Graham Vie for One-on-One in Runoff Election

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Lindsey-Graham of SCIn an exclusive interview with Breitbart News, Joe Dugan, the executive producer of next month’s South Carolina Tea Party Coalition Convention, said that the gathering of more than 600 Tea Party activists will play a critical role in efforts to defeat incumbent Senator Lindsey Graham (R-SC) in June’s Republican primary.

Dugan told Breitbart that he has invited Senator Graham and his four Tea Party challengers to address the convention. So far, all four challengers have accepted the invitation, but Senator Graham has not responded.

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