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Gohmert, above, is one of the top names mentioned as a would-be GOP Senate candidate from the House delegation.
We need to accept that climate change is real so we can start to debate how to respond to it, believes John Perilli.
Calling their opponents Satan worshippers and savages, anti-abortion lawmakers are urging allies to support one of their own to run for the White House.
The predictable branding of President Barack Obama as a new Jimmy Carter because of his cautious response to the Ukraine crisis has left Republicans with the big problem of who to cast as Ronald Reagan riding to the rescue.
Sen. Ted Cruz, whose friction with GOP leaders has bordered on open warfare, has effectively taken a leave of absence from his leadership post at the party's Senate campaign arm.
Give this much, at least, to the National Draft Ben Carson for President Committee: At CPAC this year, they went all-out for their candidate.
We've reached the point where I honestly can't tell if he means this as a criticism or not.
In today's conservative America, rhetoric fires up a crowd -- even when it's empty words with no articulated policy Lack of restraint.
In early 2009, amateur conservative Tea Party activists took to the streets to protest newly-elected U.S. President Barack Obama's economic stimulus package and health reform, a ragtag army that helped win the U.S. House for Republicans in 2010, then waged internecine war with the party establishment.
Senate Democrats kept their promise to stay up all night as they powered through a sleepless night into Tuesday morning to talk about climate change.
Noting that Secretary of State John Kerry had arrived at the annual winter dinner of the Gridiron Club in white-tie and tails as the official representative for President Barack Obama, the similarly attired Cruz told the equally-tailed audience: "In case anyone's wondering, I'm here officially representing Mitch McConnell.
Are conservatives interested in new ideas, or are they merely infatuated with the idea of new ideas? Are they really reappraising their approach, or are they trying to adjust their image just enough to win elections? One way to look at this year's Conservative Political Action Conference is as a faceoff between the "No Surrender" cries of Sen. Ted ... (more)
It might not have the drama of a Sen. Ted Cruz overnight talk-a-thon, but some Senate Democrats hope their all-night stunt draws similar attention to their issue that has been stalled in Congress: climate change.
For the second year in a row, attendees at the annual Conservative Political Action Conference this weekend picked United States Senator Rand Paul as their likely choice for the Republican Party's next presidential nominee.
Can conservatives win the battle of ideas and transform America? According to Ted Cruz, the outspoken Texas senator who won with support of the Tea Party in 2012, it's possible.