"Read my lips: No new taxes."
Ronald Reagan isn't walking through that door.
Ohio Gov. John Kasich will bypass the Republican-controlled state legislature to accept Obamacare's Medicaid expansion, according to the Columbus Dispatch.
Obamacare's roll-out has been such a debacle that even the president's largest cheering section can't help but take notice.
When it comes to Obamacare, Barack Obama and Ted Cruz agree on one thing: If the Affordable Care Act is allowed to take effect, the American people will like it -- or at least learn to live with it.
"Nancy Pelosi is more well-liked around here," an anonymous Republican aide bitched to National Review about Ted Cruz.
What was President Obama thinking? The question comes to mind repeatedly after weeks of inscrutable presidential behavior concerning his proposed war -- or not war -- on Syria.
Colorado's recall elections were not just about two Democrats fighting --- unsuccessfully --- for their political lives. It was an epic showdown between the National Rifle Association and New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg's Mayors Against Illegal Guns over a series of gun control measures many Democrats would like to implement nationally.
The conservative activist group FreedomWorks is telling Congress to vote against the Syria war resolution.
Whatever happens to Bashar Assad, you can be sure that Ronald Reagan is rolling in his grave. That's the assessment of a small but loud faction of conservatives who are perplexed that Republicans aren't rushing to join Barack Obama's march to war in Syria.
Kentucky Republican Sen. Rand Paul has been highly critical of the Obama administration's stance on Syria, but will he launch another filibuster to block a military strike?
Two top Iowa Republicans came out against military strikes in Syria ahead of the 2016 presidential race.
As President Barack Obama weighs military action in Syria, it remains unclear whether he will first seek congressional authorization.
A funny thing happened to the Republican Party on the way to the next election.
"A house divided against itself cannot stand." So said Abraham Lincoln, the nation's first Republican president. John Boehner would probably nod in agreement. But Lincoln's party is today a house divided.
The first woman to graduate from the Citadel is planning to challenge South Carolina Sen. Lindsey Graham in the Republican primary next year.
The man who for years called himself the "Southern Avenger" says he now seeks to avenge his own honor.
Rand Paul appeared in an ad for Tennessee Republican Sen. Lamar Alexander, but don't confuse that with an endorsement, the Kentucky Republican senator's aides told the Chattanooga Times Free Press.
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