Monthly Archives: July 2014

NRSC Chairman: Senate Map Has Expanded to 12 States

By Kyle Trygstad National Republican Senatorial Committee Chairman Jerry Moran said Tuesday the GOP’s pickup opportunities have expanded to around a dozen states — twice as many as needed to take control of the Senate. “I think we have a … Continue reading

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Black GOP Staffer Fired After Complaining About White Privilege On Facebook

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Black GOP Staffer Fired After Complaining About White Privilege On Facebook By Michael Arceneaux Some things are common knowledge. The sky is mostly blue if you don’t live in Los Angeles. Water is wet if you can still find it in … Continue reading

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Robert A. McDonald Will Be Veterans Affairs Secretary

Senate Confirms Obama’s Choice to Lead V.A. By RICHARD A. OPPEL Jr. Photo Robert A. McDonald, the 61-year-old former chief executive of Procter & Gamble, will take the helm of the Department of Veterans Affairs. Credit Gabriella Demczuk/The New York Times … Continue reading

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House Votes to Sue Obama

By Emma Dumain The House voted mostly along party lines Wednesday to authorize suing President Barack Obama, which Republicans called a principled move to rein in an increasingly lawless president and Democrats and the White House dismissed as a taxpayer-financed … Continue reading

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Roger Williams Makes Play for NRCC Chairman (Updated)

By Shira T. Center Updated 5:22 p.m. | Freshman Rep. Roger Williams of Texas is gunning to challenge current National Republican Congressional Committee Chairman Greg Walden’s bid for a second term and is actively seeking meetings with members for his … Continue reading

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Rand Paul lays out his ‘third way’ proposals to attract minorities to the GOP

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By Sebastian Payne Sen. Rand Paul (R-KY) speaks at the 2014 National Urban League Conference July in Cincinnati, Ohio. (Photo by Jay LaPrete/Getty Images) Sen. Rand Paul (R-K.Y.) continued his quest to expand the Republican Party’s inclusiveness on Friday with … Continue reading

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District Attorney Disinclined to Investigate Ohio Abortion Patient Death

By Operation Rescue By Cheryl Sullenger Cleveland, OH — More than four months after the avoidable death of Lakisha Wilson at the Preterm Abortion Clinic in Cleveland, Ohio, there has been no action taken by the Cuyahoga County District Attorney, … Continue reading

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