GOP congressman blame the current budget showdown on the inability of the Dems to pass a budget in the last session of congress
Both of these contentious groups agree that a government shutdown is best to be avoided
Gallup poll finds most adults agree it’s important that Republican leaders consider Tea Party objectives
The Republican Congress needs to focus on the economy and avoid getting distracted.
George Will says Palin has no chance of winning in 2012 ‘because she cannot compete where elections are decided’
I revived the RNC - TheDC Opinion
RNC Chairman Michael Steele lays out his case for why he should be re-elected.
If the marriage between the GOP and the Tea Party solidifies over the next 16 months, Democrats are in big trouble.
The next RNC chair must be able to reach out to young people.
Just as TARP came back to haunt its GOP supporters in 2010, the tax deal may come back to haunt its GOP supporters in 2012.
Michael Steele will run for second term - The Hill
Steele running for second term as chairman of the RNC
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House Democrats moved toward a vote to show their commitment to letting taxes on the wealthy go up
Congressional Republicans who assailed the Democrats’ healthcare law in the run-up to the midterm elections are facing pressure to decline government-provided coverage when they take office
Results from November’s midterm elections have exposed a deepening political divide between cities on the coasts and the less-dense areas in the middle of the country
The election was about two radically different philosophies of governance. Conservatism won.
Political opposition in new congress makeup could create even more legislative gridlock
All the lawmakers with pink slips this morning will have one more shot to govern, in a “lame duck” session of Congress that will begin on Nov. 15
DNC: Blame Bush - TheDC
Democrats claim to have known 2010 was going to be a rough election year
A Gallup poll released Monday shows a plurality of Americans also said their vote is a message of opposition to Obama