56 min ago
The Huffington Post
For Obamacare, Assume Repeal Dead
After forty some-odd attempts to repeal the Affordable Care Act, some of which were sexier than others , it would seem that the GOP is slowly putting those days behind them.
5 hrs ago
Georgia Senate race heats up
Today in Zpolitics , Walter Jones of the Morris News Service wrote, "For Republican primary voters the question next year will be which candidate's approach to ObamaCare makes the most sense."
5 hrs ago
Experts Predict 'Fast And Furious' Legislative Session Ahead
In a briefing for journalists Tuesday, experts from the Atlanta firm McKenna Long and Aldridge shared insights and predictions for the 2014 General Assembly session, which begins Jan. 13. "This session is going to be a fast and furious and that's really because of the primaries being moved from July to May," said Chuck McMullen, a manager director ... (more)
Mon Dec 09, 2013
The Editor's Desk: Listen to all your constituents, please, Rep. Broun
He's billing it as a "discussion of the healthcare realities afflicting residents of Georgia's 10th Congressional District."
Sun Dec 08, 2013
Hammer of Truth
GOP "wave" building in 2014?
It may be a little early for the prediction game, but the tea leaves on 2014 are starting to look pretty good for the GOP.
Gun Owners of America director visits Newnan
Larry Pratt, executive director of Gun Owners of America, was visiting Georgia this week and paid a visit to Newnan on Wednesday where he held court with a gathering of people at Atlanta Range and Ordinance.
Fri Dec 06, 2013
The Washington Post
To GOP primary voters, even wanting to fix Obamacare is a liability
If you want to understand why Democrats believe they are not uniformly on the defensive over Obamacare - and why the GOP stance on the health law is also a liability - take a look at this ad that Rep. Paul Broun is running against Rep. Jack Kingston, his opponent in the Georgia GOP Senate primary: "A lot of conservatives say, just step back and let ... (more)
Thu Dec 05, 2013
Georgia Congressional candidate spoofs Van Damme to bash ObamaCare
Mike Collins is one of several Republicans vying for Rep. Paul Broun's seat in Georgia, and he owns a trucking company.
The Washington Monthly
Sick People and the Innocent Insurance Companies They Defraud
Being here in Georgia for a while has made me more acutely aware than before of the particularly exotic and uninhibited brand of Republican officeholders this state now breeds.
Republican candidates shift their messages on Obama healthcare law
In a significant development, GOP candidates have embraced a concept that was unthinkable a year ago: fixing President Obama's landmark law.
Wed Dec 04, 2013
Pryor, Cotton condemn National Republican Senatorial Committee attack on Pryor's faith
Wednesday, after Sen. Mark Pryor's campaign put out a campaign ad featuring Pryor holding a Bible and talking about it his faith, the National Republican Senatorial Committee sent out the sort of email response that's typically ignored by everyone but party loyalists.
Ga. Senate candidate Broun says Dem opponent 'cannot win this race'
Rep. Paul Broun on Wednesday said a Democrat won't win the race for his state's Senate seat, saying Democrat Michelle Nunn "cannot win this race."
The Daily Caller
Congressional candidate proves he is not as flexible as Jean Claude Van Damme
But the congressional hopeful from Georgia can balance between two slow moving trucks in what we will generously call a half split.
Paul Broun speaks about Obamacare on FOX Business
U.S. Rep. Paul Broun speaks during the 'Exempt America from Obamacare' rally, on Capitol Hill, September 10, 2013 in Washington, DC.
The Washington Monthly
God Only Knows
The highly endangered Sen. Mark Pryor has a new holiday-timed ad up that's raising eyebrows in Arkansas.
Tue Dec 03, 2013
NRSC memo outlines path to defeat Landrieu-DFA backs Honda in...
NRSC LAYS OUT LOUISIANA STRATEGY: Louisiana Sen. Mary Landrieu is one of national Republicans' top targets next year, and NRSC Political Director Ward Baker pens a memo this morning on why the party can defeat her next November.
Fix Obamacare? Not So Fast, Republicans
Two recent episodes demonstrate the near total lack of political flexibility afforded to Republican candidates on Obamacare, constraints that could undermine their efforts to take advantage of the health care law's deepening unpopularity.
Mon Dec 02, 2013
GA-Sen: Conservative GA Newspaper Praises Michelle Nunn (D), Mum On Support For GOP Candidates
Early last month, I wrote about top GOP and Mitt Romney donors in Georgia disgusted by the Tea Party candidates running for Senator Saxby "Chicken Hawk" Chambliss' Senate seat that they decided to back Michelle Nunn , daughter of Senator Sam Nunn and CEO of the charity Points of Light: A conservative newspaper widely expected to endorse one of the ... (more)
GOP Senate takeover: Just what the doctor ordered?
No fewer than 11 medical doctors are running for GOP nominations in forthcoming Senate elections.
Sun Dec 01, 2013
Outside the Beltway
Democrats Dominate List Of Most Vulnerable Senate Seats In 2014
As the attention of political analysts starts to shift toward the 2014 midterms, now just over eleven months away, National Journal's Stephen Shepard and Kevin Brennan note that the list of vulnerable Senate seats is overwhelmingly Democratic: A lot has happened since National Journal Hotline last surveyed the Senate landscape.