Last week, Public Policy Polling released new numbers showing Arizona Senator John McCain is the least popular person serving in the United States Senate. Today the RNC sent out a fundraising email from...John McCain.
The Republican National Committee raised $7.8 million in January, bringing cash on hand to a total of $9.8 million and $88.4 total raised heading into the 2014 midterm elections.
After immense backlash and a boycott, MSNBC President Phil Griffin has issued an apology for a tweet sent out on MSNBC's official Twitter page yesterday accusing "right wingers" of hating biracial families.
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...
Republicans will not offer a coherent Obamacare alternative in 2014. Here is why.
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.
What most of us can agree on is that the party needs some work in order to win elections down the line.
Freedom of the press included the press freedom to obfuscate for and excuse Obama and Holder while the administration was suppressing those other parts of the First Amendment that apparently has nothing to do with the press at all: freedom of religion, freedom of speech, the right of the people peaceably to assemble and to petition the government for a redress of grievances.
I can’t decide if the Republican National Committee’s (RNC) minority outreach effort is more like watching a sitcom or a soap opera dubbed “The Young and the Foolish.”