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President Obama said Saturday that congressional Republicans are out of step with Americans on raising the federal minimum wage. A clear majority of Americans support raising the minimum wage, because we believe that nobody who works full-time should
The Hill's Elise Viebeck said Friday on Special Report with Bret Baier that Sen. Rand Paul, R-Ky., is likely to win the Conservative Political Action Conference's GOP presidential nomination straw poll this weekend because, simply put, younger
N.H. (AP) The New Hampshire Supreme Court has rejected the appeal by former Republican House Speaker Bill O'Brien, saying he suffered no harm from a 2010 primary election eve Robocall'' message from the state Democratic party. O'Brien sought to run
In order to beat Democrats in the midterm elections and in 2016, Republicans must present a unified front on social issues like abortion and gay marriage but also repackage themselves as the party that cares, the head of the Republican National
Urging the audience at the premier annual gathering of the American right to stand with his group to protect the Second Amendment and freedom in America, LaPierre, officially the NRA's executive vice president, promised the gun lobby will reclaim the
Finally, President Barack Obama will end years of deep spending cuts and balanced budgets, with his latest budget. At least that's what he and The Washington Post seem to think. On Feb. 20, the Post proclaimed in a headline that Obama would call for
Rep. Paul Ryan on Thursday cheered the squabbles within the Republican Party, painting the fierce intraparty debates as a healthy way to move the GOP forward. The 2012 GOP vice presidential nominee told a receptive audience at the Conservative
Primary season has launched, and Republican candidates agree on their core message: Obamacare has to go. But they know Americans want to vote for something, not just against...Washington The best campaign slogan, it is said, fits on a bumper sticker.
Sponsored Links The Atlanta Journal-Constitution For four years, Republicans and Democrats in Georgia have politely held hands when it came to courting Washington and its money to help pay for the deepening the Port of Savannah. Our efforts at kumbay'
Topeka The Kansas Republican Party on Wednesday pushed for passage of a bill aimed at reducing the number of voters who switch parties before the primary to hurt the GOP. The bill would essentially prevent registered voters from changing their