A Republican organization dedicated to abortion rights is shutting down after 30 years, eight fewer than the Party has opposed them.
Thanks to favorable polling numbers and candidate selection, winning the Senate may very well be in the GOP’s grasp.
Perhaps we should take a pass on trying to reach a deal on resolving issues propelling us toward the Fiscal Cliff.
The GOP’s hopes of taking over the Senate in 2012 have all but slipped away, but there is another option.
Whether Mitt Romney wins or loses, the GOP needs to evolve or be doomed to minority party status.
Some Republicans are beginning to ponder what might happen to their party if Mitt Romney loses in 2012.
It’s looking less likely that the GOP will be able to gain control of the Senate.
Politico’s Mike Allen reports that several Republicans are expected to speak at the Democratic National Convention next month.
The United States Congress can still work together to pander before election season.
The battle is on for control of the Senate, but whoever wins is likely to have a very slim majority.
Our political scene has changed drastically since Bob Kerrey was last in the Senate.
The conservative columnist argues Republicans should concentrate on winning back the Senate and stopping Obama through 2016.
A Northeastern Republican announces retirement. And GOP hopes for control of the Senate in 2013 become more tenuous.
Some Republicans are starting to realize just how badly the House GOP has messed up this time.
Some Northeastern Senators want to make selling fake maple syrup a federal offense.
Did Obama’s tax cut deal demolish the Republican charge that he’s a radical? Not hardly.
The commander-in-chief, secretary of defense, and chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff all support removing the ban on gays in the military without further delay. A long-awaited Pentagon study showed no reason not to do so. But three of four Service chiefs disagree.
Maine’s Olympia Snowe appears to be the next target of the Tea Party movement, but she is also uniquely situated to retain her seat if she chooses to.
A call for ideological purity in the Democratic Party in today’s New York Times demonstrates that Democrats can be just as foolish as Republicans.
The strength of the Tea Party movement within the Republican Party manifests itself in a poll out of Maine showing the Olympia Snowe is vulnerable to a primary challenge in 2012.
Christine O’Donnell has become the latest star of the Tea Party movement, and her primary battle with Mike Castle the latest battleground over the future of the Republican Party.
Thanks to a united Republican Caucus, the Senate failed to take up a deeply flawed campaign finance “reform” bill.