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Virginia Republicans are in the midst of a three-day gathering to sort through what happened in their across-the-board losses at the ballot box in 2013.
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Yeah . . . the shameless hypocrites are at it again. I'm talking about the politicians who, like thieves caught on tape yet deny guilt, are not at all embarrassed by their own stunning hypocrisy .
It was like going into the belly of the beast. This week in Washington is the annual "policy summit" of the American Legislative Exchange Council, a powerful, secretive organization funded by the Koch brothers and other corporate interests that is famous for drafting conservative legislation that Republican state legislatures adopt down to the last ... (more)
Virginia Rep. Randy Forbes who's pursuing a powerful committee chairmanship, is pushing the House GOP campaign arm to deny support for Mass.
Republican politicians have tried to pay homage on Facebook to the late Nelson Mandela since his death on Thursday, but many of their conservative supporters want to hear none of it.
The Washington Post reported Friday that Rep. Eric Cantor, R-Va., right, had passed off a draft of tougher nuclear weapons deal with Iran to House Minority Whip Steny Hoyer, D-Md, left.
Elections in the six-year of a president's time in office typically produce congressional gains for the political party out of the White House.
Touting the "huge problem" the GOP has with women voters, CNN dredged up Mitt Romney's "binders full of women" remark from last year and asked House Majority Leader Eric Cantor point-blank "Do you not know how to talk to women, sir?" The obnoxious question came from Capitol Hill correspondent Dana Bash, who challenged Cantor's point that GOP ... (more)
Starting today, Virginia Republicans will gather for a three-day retreat -- known as the Advance -- at which they will engage in an autopsy of the 2013 election and debate the right way forward for the party.
A group of children calling for immigration reform were forced to leave House Majority Leader Eric Cantor's office on Thursday after Capitol Police officers threatened to arrest them.
The GOP's rebranding effort continues to self-destruct. In the latest round of "you've got to be kidding me" arguments, party leaders are fighting over whether the party should even fund their own candidates' races if the candidates are gay.
Republican legislators praised former South African President Nelson Mandela, who died on Thursday at age 95, and offered their condolences to the people of South Africa.
A New Year's deadline that could send the price of milk skyward looms over congressional negotiators as they try to reach agreement on a five-year farm bill.
This week in Washington is the annual "policy summit" of the American Legislative Exchange Council, a powerful, secretive organization funded by the Koch brothers and other corporate interests that is famous for drafting conservative legislation that Republican state legislatures adopt down to the last semicolon.
Before Rep. Vance McAllister won a special election last month to represent Louisiana's 5th Congressional District, the 39-year-old businessman had not only never run for public office, but never stepped foot in the nation's capital.
In a significant development, GOP candidates have embraced a concept that was unthinkable a year ago: fixing President Obama's landmark law.