Sen. Cory Gardner (R-CO) went all-in on the Trump impeachment trial cover-up and now his Senate seat rating has been changed to lean Democrat.
Everybody knows that President Donald Trump has many enemies and detractors in the new Democratic-led House of Representatives.
But it’s now becoming apparent that many Republican members of Congress are also not fond of the president or his policies, and are looking for ways to distance themselves from him. The reason, they say, is to try to assure their own political survival in the future.
Republicans are at each other's throats after Trump made a side deal with Kim Jong-un to end US military activities on the Korean Peninsula.
Roy Moore's days in politics are numbered, even if he does eke out a victory in Alabama.
Members of Congress are publicly calling out Trump, as his own party is distancing themselves from the President, which suggests that his sinking approval ratings could drop even lower.
Republican Senator Corey Gardner of Colorado will defy President-elect Trump and Senate Majority Leader McConnell by introducing a bill that would create a special panel to investigate Russian hacking and election meddling.
If the proposed bill passes, it "would mandate a new select Senate committee on cybersecurity" which would investigate the election-season cyber attack.
In a Quinnipiac poll last week, the firm showed Rep. Cory Gardner (R-CO) ahead of the incumbent Democrat Mark Udall by seven points, 46% to 39%. However, Monday's results showed the race a lot tighter, with Gardner's lead shrinking to two points, 45% to 43%.
Don't believe Republicans. Ladies, if a Republican says he has your back, clench; it's not because he wants to give you a back rub.
Scott Walker, Sam Brownback, Rick Perry, Rick Snyder, and others, are ideological and religious extremists, and their hate, win or lose, does matter.
Republicans got some bad news on Monday as a poll in a key Senate race revealed that one of their 'rock stars' is quickly losing steam and is now trailing against her Democratic opponent.
Two separate polls that were released on Sunday show that Sen. Mark Udall (D-CO) is ahead of his Republican opponent, Rep. Cory Gardner. Colorado is a state that Republicans feel is vital in their attempt to take over the Senate this November.
A year ago Friday marked the one year anniversary since the Senate passed a comprehensive immigration reform bill with bipartisan support. It still sits in seemingly permanent limbo in the House.
For the second time in less than three months, a disgruntled group of conservatives went beyond talking about secession and one has taken the first step form their own state.