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Election 2016: Can Ted Cruz Win The Conservative Mantle? (International Business Times – Ginger Gibson)
- If Ted Cruz wants to win the Republican primary, first he’s going to have to win an internal battle in the GOP’s right wing to be the conservative candidate of choice... Continue here.
Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker said Monday that Republicans do not need to moderate their views to win voter support and that he will run as a conservative if he decides to seek the Republican Party presidential nomination... Continue here.
Yesterday at CPAC, I intended to look around for some interviews and keep an eye on the speeches, but had nothing else on the agenda — until about halfway through the day. Continue here.
Cruz, Sessions, Lee & Tea Party Patriots Wade In Against McConnell DHS Funding Betrayal (Conservative HQ – George Rasley)
Yesterday we told you about Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell’s plan to pass a “clean” DHS funding bill and then attempt to bring up a separate bill that purports to defund President Obama’s unconstitutional executive amnesty... Continue here.
A gaggle of potential Republican presidential candidates will pitch their 2016 credentials this week at the annual Conservative Political Action Conference, but they'll find a new wrinkle at the best-known of GOP cattle calls... Continue here.
What would you think of a “border security” bill that built little or no border fence, deported no illegal aliens and made it easier for illegal aliens who are already here to stay?... Continue here.
We’re barely into the new term of the 114th Congress, and already some Republicans are caving on taxes. Since when should the GOP be pushing tax increases? In the last few days, Sens. Orrin Hatch (R-UT), Bob Corker (R-TN), John Thune (R-SD), Jim Inhofe (R-OK) and Susan Collins (R-ME) have all signaled publicly  that they would support an increase in the gas tax. Hatch went so far as to call it “a small price to pay for the best highway system in the world.” Um, sure… It’s time to remind elected officials, once again, that Americans need a break from Washington tax hikes. The last time we checked, middle-class families weren’t ...
John Boehner survives Conservative Coup Attempt Despite 25 GOP Conservative Defectors – the Largest Group to Vote Against a Sitting House Speaker in their Own Party Since 1923 (Daily Mail – David Martosko)
More than two dozen conservatives in the House of Representatives lodged protest votes against Speaker John Boehner on Tuesday, but the mini-coup attempt wasn't enough to deny him a third term at the helm of Congress's lower chamber... Continue here.
Election 2014: A Conservative Victory November 5, 2014 Washington, D.C. The American people sent an unmistakable message to Washington: Voters expect Republicans in Congress to listen and fight for the conservative agenda they ran on. - Every single newly elected Republican Senator ran on the full repeal of Obamacare. In most competitive races it was the top issue. Over 40,000 ads against Obamacare were run on behalf of winning candidates. The Republican House and Senate must now keep those campaign promises and use reconciliation to send a bill repealing Obamacare to the President. - All but one of the newly elected Republican Senators ...
Another batch of IRS e-mails has been unearthed through Judicial Watch’s Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) lawsuit, which was filed nearly a year ago. As more light is shed on the communications between key members of the agency’s corruption ring, it confirms just how insidious the political targeting of conservative groups was under the direction of Lois Lerner, Steve Miller and others. The latest discovery of a “secret research project” could be thus far the most disturbing news of this scandal. The Wall Street Journal notes, “[T]he new documents show that IRS officials had some sort of “secret research project” going that related ...