It's about time.
"People just dont wake up in the morning saying I'm going to write a check for $25,000 without talking to someone."
Hillary Clinton is running for president, but based on the extent of her engagement, you'd never know it. Sure, she sends out a tweet here and there, but there are no interviews, no press conferences -- nothing. So, why is she hiding? Salem radio host Hugh Hewitt and RNC Chairman Reince Priebus weigh in.
Does the Obama administration hear themselves?...
This week, after the sweeping GOP victory in Tuesday's elections, RNC chairman Reince Priebus laid down how badly Obama has already poisoned the well in Washington.
Team Tillis feeling confident
With the midterm elections just weeks away, DNC Chairwoman Debbie Wasserman Schultz seemed confident during her appearance on Fox News Sunday that Democrats will keep the Senate.
At the end of last week the RNC filed a lawsuit against the Federal Election Commission, saying that the limits on individual and group donations are unconstitutional. This would be another big victory for speech advocates if it were to succeed, following the landmark Citizens United decision.
The Republican National Committee isn't wasting any time in 2014 when it comes to holding Democrats accountable for their Obamacare lies.
From The Hill...
Today, Republican National Committee Chairman Reince Priebus will announce that his party will also be running on Obamacare in 2014 during a press conference.
After Virginia Attorney General Ken Cuccinelli narrowly lost his bid for governor last night to Terry McAuliffe, many Republicans – and conservatives, in particular – are asking lots of questions about why the Republican candidate was so handily outspent.
It’s been described as an autopsy, and given much of what’s in it, truer words were never spoken.
President Obama knows for a fact what many in the Republican Party — especially its "leadership" — fail to understand or acknowledge:
Republican National Committee Chairman Reince Priebus has launched a nationwide “Growth and Opportunity Project” reviewing eight key areas he believes must be examined in the wake of a disappointing 2012 campaign.
Reince Priebus becomes frustrated with O'Brien as she continues to ask the same question.