Posts Tagged ‘ Republicans ’

More Evangelicals Go Along With ‘Gay Marriage’

Jun 28th, 2017 | By

Whether it indicates Republicans are giving in, giving up or just concealing their opinions for fear of being sued, a new poll shows that for the first time, Republicans now are evenly divided on the issue of same-sex marriage. A new the Pew Research Center survey found that two years after the Supreme Court decision

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Democratic Party Message: Hate & Destruction

Jun 23rd, 2017 | By

Judge Jeanine Pirro appeared on “Fox And Friends” this morning to discuss Nancy Pelosi and the messaging problem of the Democratic Party. It is her belief that the Democrats have only two messages: hatred and destruction of their political opponents. She went on to discuss President Trump’s ambitious plan to arrest and deport MS-13 gang

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Democrats Should Fear The 2018 Midterms

May 30th, 2017 | By

GOP congressional candidate Greg Gianforte body-slammed a reporter the day before the U.S. House special election in Montana and still won by six percent. Democrats should take that as a harbinger of political doom on par with meeting the weird sisters or receiving a visit from Hamlet’s father. You need no ghost come from the

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Voter ID Laws Popular As Fraud Fears Rise

May 30th, 2017 | By

Most Americans, including Democrats, think voter fraud is a real problem and don’t mind voter ID laws as a solution, according to academic research that suggests Republicans are winning the argument over voting rights and suppression. A study published in the Social Science Quarterly this month said that while the two parties’ leaders have widely

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3 Ways Democrats Can Stall Confirmation Of Trump Cabinet

Jan 24th, 2017 | By

Senate Democrats have dug in their heels to stall confirmation proceedings for President Donald Trump’s Cabinet nominees. Though the Senate confirmed two of Trump’s nominees Friday and a third Monday evening, Democrats have slowed the pace considerably compared with Republicans’ treatment of President Barack Obama’s choices.



Courts Back Republicans Accused Of Voter Intimidation Efforts

Nov 7th, 2016 | By

Republicans were handed a series of legal victories over the weekend in states where Democrats had sued over claims that Donald Trump’s campaign and the Republican Party had engaged in “vigilante voter intimidation” efforts. In Ohio, a federal appeals court on Sunday stayed a ruling by a lower court that would have banned Mr. Trump’s campaign, his former adviser Roger Stone and Mr. Stone’s political action committee from “conspiring to intimidate, threaten, harass or coerce voters on Election Day.”



Republicans Slam Obama’s Gun Control Reaction To Dallas

Jul 8th, 2016 | By

Notable Republicans took to national television Friday to rip into President Obama for suggesting, just hours after the fatal shooting of five Dallas police officers and wounding of seven more, that the country ought to revisit the idea of clamping down on access to certain types of firearms.



Ted Cruz: ‘Majority Of Violent Criminals Are Democrats’

Dec 1st, 2015 | By

Ted Cruz, who’s recently been pulling a bit stronger in polls for president, told a national listening audience on Hugh Hewitt’s radio show most violent criminals are Democrats, and that the media is involved in an active campaign to cover or ignore this fact.



With Their Stand On Israel, Are Republicans Pandering To God?

Oct 22nd, 2015 | By

The first Democratic and second Republican debate provided a vivid contrast. While Jews are being murdered by Palestinians almost daily, Israel was barely mentioned during last week’s Democratic contest. Hillary claimed she helped negotiate the 2014 Gaza ceasefire. (Was that before or after her phone calls shrieking at Netanyahu for building Jewish homes on Jewish land?) Webb said the Iran deal endangered America’s greatest ally. That was it. The candidates’ priorities were seeing who could offer the sweetest deal to illegal aliens and engaging in a bidding war on new spending.



Sen. Cruz: GOP Must Keep Promises Or Risk Getting ‘Walloped’ In Future Elections

Jan 13th, 2015 | By

“For all the Republicans intoning we must get things done,” Sen. Cruz said, “if we simply settle into business as usual in this town and keep growing and growing and growing the leviathan and keep shrinking and shrinking and shrinking that sphere of individual liberty, we will demoralize the millions of men and women who came out in November and gave Republicans the biggest majority in the house since the 1920s. Not only will we not win elections, we’ll get walloped, and we’ll deserve to get walloped.”