A former Mitt Romney ad guru has launched a strange new social media campaign aimed at softening the public image of his Republican Party.
Congressional Republicans, buoyed by the president’s unpopularity, aren’t just looking to keep control of the House this year. They want to build a historic majority, the likes of which haven’t been seen since the end of World War II.
House Speaker John Boehner and his fellow Republicans are looking beyond holding their majority on Election Day.
Republicans are questioning a decision to play a song by pop star Chris Brown at a rally for Democratic gubernatorial candidate Mary Burke.
Colorado Democratic Sen. Mark Udall is offended by a new campaign ad aired by his opponent, Republican Rep. Cory Gardner, in which Gardner calls him a “very nice guy.”
New polling in our own country shows that moms are worried about their children’s futures. They want someone to tell Washington to leave their families alone. They want someone to kill the bad guys. They want someone to secure the border. They just want to know the grownups are in charge.
Republican Party heavyweights are flocking to Kansas in a bid to boost longtime GOP Sen. Pat Roberts, in the latest sign that a recent and bizarre shakeup in the race has put his seat in toss-up territory.
Democrats often call themselves “pro-choice.” Republicans defend “freedom.” Unfortunately, neither party really believes in letting individuals do what we want.
The principles Jack Ma used to build his giant firm Alibaba are ready-made for the Republican Party, which seems to have no positive message and is cowering in shadows for fear of being demonized by media and the left.
Cosmopolitan magazine, which featured nude photos of Republican Scott Brown as a young law student, is backing his Democratic opponent in New Hampshire’s U.S. Senate race, saying Brown’s policy positions “just aren’t as solid as his abs were in the `80s.”