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One of the reasons that the effort to repeal the Affordable Care Act met a dramatic late-night demise in July was the criticism that GOP lawmakers held no actual hearings on this matter that could directly impact many millions of Americans. As Republ...

(Cartoon image is by Bob Englehart.)The zombie Republican "health care" bill has come back again. I put it in quotation marks because it's not really a health care bill at all. It's just another attempt to cut spending so huge tax cuts can be given t...

 If you thought the Republican effort to repeal Obamacare, and take health insurance away from millions of Americans, was dead, then you are wrong. Republican senators Cassidy (Louisiana) and Graham (S. Carolina) have come up with a new plan --...

Congress is still extremely unpopular with the general public (and all groups). Only 10% thinks Congress is doing a good job, while a whopping 83% thinks they are not. This kind of numbers could be a prediction of a "wave election" next year -- an el...

A lot more attention is being given to the Arizona Senate primary race, but Nevada's got one going, too. Dean Heller won the last primary big, but can he repeat? The post Nevada Senate Polling Kicks Off: Can They Primary Heller? appeared first on Re...

All eyes are on Alabama as the results from the Senate Primary start to come in. The polls closed at 7 p.m. (Central time), and of interest to us here at RedState and across the Republican Party is who will come out on top. Luther Strange currently h...

The Alabama Senate primary is over, with the Decision Desk officially calling it: We’ll be heading to a September runoff. We project no candidate will reach the 50% in the AL GOP Senate primary. Roy Moore & Luther Strange will advance to th...