Standoff over grazing rights made him a hero on the right, but incendiary comments lost him support.
John Stone claims to be the only licensed firearms dealer running for Congress. And he’s prepared to use his own product.
“They’re just as much American as we are, and they’re not with us,” Bundy said. “If they’re not with us, they’re going to be against us.“
The formula: Anti-government anger + lack of organization = supporting people who wind up hurting your case.
She and Sen. Ted Kennedy (D-Mass.) in 2008 backed President Obama over Clinton.
The Nevada rancher at the center of a land controversy says African Americans have “less freedom” under government subsidies than they had as slaves.
“I am not running for president,” Thune said.
The image was included in an ad about Obamacare.
But the attorney general didn’t take a specific stance on the Supreme Court’s decision.
Paul also says the GOP shouldn’t move to curtail early voting.
Paul says those who cite hurricanes as proof of climate change are doing their side a disservice.
Republicans are crying foul over the poll’s sampling, but it’s hardly all bad for the GOP.
Democrats have to turn them out.
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A new poll shows liberals are hardly thrilled with the New York governor -- and they would actually vote against him too.
“The decision by Michigan voters reflects the ongoing national dialogue about such practices,” Justice Anthony Kennedy wrote.
“You know when it may come down the road? When I’m gone,” Christie said.
The New Jersey governor tells grade-schoolers that he was disappointed about the lack of an invitation.
The Democratic Senate candidate from Iowa has staked his campaign on opposition to the conservative mega-donors.
Stay off the yellow line, senator.
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