Sen. Tom Cotton (R-Ark.) said a House GOP leadership’s proposal to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act will require “a lot of carpentry on that framework” before conservative Republicans in Congress can support it during an interview Sunday on ABC News’ “This Week.”
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The Heritage Foundation recently held a Conservative Policy Summit with key leaders from the Senate and House to discuss the future of conservatism in Congress. Many of the speakers were GING-PAC endorsed Senators and Congressman.
A week before the nation’s leadoff nominating contest here, opinion-makers are picking sides in the Republican race with a flurry of endorsements, near-endorsements and anti-endorsements. Conservative TV and radio host Glenn Beck over the weekend gave his blessing to Sen. Ted Cruz, who is in a neck-and-neck race with billionaire businessman.
Congressman Jordan Discusses Impeachment Of IRS Head Over Targeting Of Conservative/Christian GroupsOct 28th, 2015 | By fyork
Congressman Jim Jordan (R-OH), a GING-PAC endorsed lawmaker appeared on “Hannity” last night to discuss the impeachment of IRS head John Koskinen for stonewalling and refusing to punish anyone responsible for targeting conservative and Christian groups during the 2010 and 2012 election cycles.
The lead government watchdog for the IRS revealed Thursday that computer evidence was erased during the investigation into the agency’s targeting scandal, months after the IRS was told to preserve documents.
According to a new poll, “John McCain’s troubles with conservatives have him in a whole lot of trouble for re-election next year.” The new PPP poll indicates that “… among Republican primary voters just 41% approve of the job he’s doing to 50% who disapprove. Only 37% of primary voters say they generally support him for renomination, compared to 51% who say they would prefer someone ‘more conservative.’”
The Washington Times headline reads: “Jeb Bush misfires with evangelicals over gay marriage supporters in inner circle,” and describes a conference call with Christian radio broadcasters recently. Christian radio network boss Rich Bott challenged Bush on his hiring of two pro-homosexual marriage supporters for his campaign – and Bush was also forced to admit he couldn’t identify any genuine conservatives in his inner circle.
Well, finally some good news out of Washington, D.C. Senate Minority Leader Harry Reid (D-NV) is going to retire in 2017. The bad news is that he’ll still be causing trouble in the Senate for the next 22 months.
Last week, Congressman Trey Gowdy (R-SC) asked Democrats on the House Oversight And Government Reform Committee to explain to him how IRS operative Lois Lerner didn’t waive her Fifth Amendment right to remain silent when she testified twice before this committee. Lerner is at the center of the IRS targeting scandal involving conservative, Christian and Tea Party groups.
Breitbart.com has just reported that the National Republican Senate Committee (NRSC) has decided to block Jamestown Associates, a consulting firm from receiving work from GOP candidates or incumbents.
According to Breitbart, the consulting firm’s “sin” is that it works with the Senate Conservative Fund, a group that supports principled conservatives for the Senate.