In George Orwell’s political novel 1984 he mentioned often the “Ministry of Truth.” We call it today “the media” such as, CBS, NBC, ABC, CNN, MSNBC, CNBC, FOX NEWS and all of the rest of the alphabet soup channels, along with the various other n
Around the country the Republican Party has demonstrated that it does not want to be saved. They are accomplishing exactly the tasks that have been assigned them and they are quite happy with how things are going.
[I am not sure if this is recent or just after the election.] Ron Paul states that the Republican party lost credibility. He believes that if republicans want to regain their capacity, they will have to do a better job while in power. He states that
McCain decided Tuesday night to set up a political action committee, a step toward running for a fifth Senate term in 2010, an aide told The Associated Press on condition of anonymity because the decision had not yet been made public.
"These people took a page out of Nevada's playbook when they cancelled their state convention because Ron Paul was winning too many delegates to the GOP National Convention."
Sen. Ted Stevens, the longest serving Republican in Senate history, narrowly lost his re-election bid Tuesday, marking the downfall of a pillar of the U.S. Senate and Alaska icon who couldn't survive his conviction on federal corruption charges
An exiting army of Republican foot soldiers is faced with the prospect of selling its Washington-area homes in the worst housing bust since the Great Depression.
The Conservatives are not necessarily Republicans who lost in the 2008 election to Obama and the party of the radical Left. Only McCain and the Republican Party were bludgeoned to ignominious defeat. edwin a. sumcad/11/15/08.
"I don't think it's me personally, I think it's what I represent," Palin said. She added: "Everyday, hardworking American families —a woman on the ticket perhaps represents that. It would be good for the ticket. It would be
Now, in light of the election, many are asking: What is the future of the Republican Party? But that is the wrong question. The proper question should be: Where is our country heading?
Too bad the concern for the future of theGOP had not been seriously addressed in the year 2000 when the Republicans gained control of the House, Senate, and the Presidency. What is the future of the Republican Party?
There's no doubt that a large majority of Americans believe we're on the wrong track. That's why the candidate demanding "change" won the election. It mattered not that the change offered was no change at all, only a change in t
A behind-the-scenes battle to take the reins of the Republican National Committee is taking off between former House Speaker Newt Gingrich and former Maryland Lt. Gov. Michael S. Steele.
Most ominously for Republicans, the GOP is increasingly becoming less grand than old - and outdated.
This past day has been given over to the idea that the GOP, the Grand Olde Party, The Republican Party is finished. Buried under the Democratic avalanche of voter retribution. I even promoted it with my choice of several images
Democrats expanded their control of the House and were headed for historic gains in their majority Tuesday by solidifying their dominance in the Northeast and making inroads in the South and West.
Democrats retained and expanded their control of the Senate on Wednesday, ousting Republican Sens. Elizabeth Dole of North Carolina and John Sununu of New Hampshire and capturing seats held by retiring GOP senators in Virginia and New Mexico.
We Republicans just made history. Not the type of history we wanted to make, but history nonetheless. Not only did we lose the White House but, after losing our House and Senate majorities in 2006, we followed it up with even steeper losses
[It's GOP slapping time.] While John McCain and others have deplored the Bush failures, what, exactly, did he do wrong? What were the policy blunders to which Republicans vehemently objected at the time?
Republican vice presidential nominee Gov. Sarah Palin said she fears her First Amendment rights may be threatened by “attacks” from reporters who suggest she is engaging in a negative campaign against Barack Obama...
‘Why are you crying? and she said ‘I already voted for McCain, I’m a Republican, and they said we had to leave because we didn’t look right,’” Elborno said. “They were handpicking these people and they had nothing to go off of, besides the way the pe
"It is a sign of undisciplined people who do not have the loyalty they ought to have to the candidate whom they are serving," Rove said. "Nobody makes themselves look good in this process."
Alaska Sen. Ted Stevens says he's not dropping out of his Senate race despite being convicted of seven corruption charges. He was convicted of lying about $250,000 in home renovations and other gifts from a wealthy oil contractor.
Alaska Sen. Ted Stevens was convicted today of lying on financial disclosure forms to hide tens of thousands of dollars in gifts and renovations to his Alaska home that were financed mostly by a powerful business executive and his oil services compan
This is no doubt not a representative cross-section of McCain and Palin supporters, but it's a disturbingly ugly set of them. It's fortunate that most of the worst comments are from the older generation--I hope that younger people are less li
A couple of freedom lovers peacefully protested the senate minority leader and they get harassed by the Lexington police. I was actually shooting video to make an anti-bailout commercial and handing out homemade flyers when this happened.
DALLAS (Reuters) - If Republican John McCain loses the November 4 election as most polls predict, his party may be in for a rough period of soul searching.
A credit card for a top Shadegg volunteer ended up inside a Democratic campaign office and that has a lot of people asking questions. FOX 10's Andrew Hasbun tries to sort things out.
Freddie Mac and American International Group, companies bailed out by the government as the financial crisis unfolded, each contributed $250,000 for last month's Republican National Convention, FEC filings show.
Retired Gen. Colin Powell, once considered a potential running mate for Sen. John McCain (R-Ariz.), now may endorse his opponent, Sen. Barack Obama (D-Ill.), according to Republican sources. Powell on NBC's "Meet the Press," Sunday...