The president is desperately trying to distract from his massively unpopular health care plan, but the American people likely won’t buy it. The president and Republicans now own health care.
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The Republican strategy on the health care law boils down to this: Repeal it first and figure out what to replace it with later.
A Kaiser Health Tracking Survey finds that more Americans now have a favorable opinion of Obamacare than an unfavorable one.
Republicans are beginning the 114th Congress with the mindset that “nothing is going to get in the way of our team’s focus on the Koch brothers’ priorities” in quickly passing two bills the Koch brothers demand be acted on.
The Washington Post reported on Sunday evening that State Senator Phillip Puckett, a Democrat, will resign from office Monday. Puckett is resigning so he can take on a new job as deputy director of the state’s tobacco commission, a position with significant benefits.
On Friday, the Bureau of Labor Statistics released the jobs report for the month on May. For the fourth month in a row, American employers added over 200,000 jobs. For May, we saw 217,000 nonfarm payroll jobs added to the economy.
During a speech at the Republican Leadership Conference in New Orleans on Saturday, Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX) stated his belief that the 17-day shutdown of the federal government last year will be a positive for the Republican Party this November in the midterm elections.
This week, political news site Politico released a poll showing that Democrats are at a seven-point disadvantage against Republicans in the upcoming midterm elections. The poll is supposed to reflect voter sentiments in the most competitive House and Senate races this year.
A plurality of registered voters in Kentucky have a favorable impression of Kynect. Kynect is Obamacare, by a different name.
The Koch Brothers SuperPAC, Americans for Prosperity, is currently running an ad in Michigan targeting Democratic Senate candidate Gary Peters, who is up for election in November. It is a lie.
In a poll released on Thursday by the Tampa Bay Times, Democrat Alex Sink holds a 7-point lead over Republican David Jolly in Florida’s 13th District Special Election.
On Wednesday, the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services released the January enrollment numbers for the ACA and it can only be seen as good news.
A new ABC News/Washington Post poll was released on Tuesday. Overall, the poll had good and bad news for the President.
On Sunday, State Senator Bob Rucho, a Republican out of North Carolina, took to Twitter and decided to make a comparison that is just unbelievable in its idiocy and complete lack of historical awareness and understanding.
The Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee released their fundraising numbers in November and they were nothing short of sensational. For the month, the DSCC raised a total of $5.1 million.
A new poll released on Friday by USA Today and Pew Research shows that voters prefer Democrats to Republicans in a generic Congressional vote.
While the media will focus on the President’s disapproval ratings showing as an all-time high in this poll (54%), the real story here is that, for the most part, this poll shows that the American people are still rejecting the Republican Party and its ideals.
President Obama did what the mainstream media has failed to do throughout the government funding crisis and said, “They’ve shut down the government over an ideological crusade.”
Republicans have spent every day of their vacation following their plan to the letter seeking horror stories about the not-yet-implemented ACA, but they have not had the success they planned.
Conservatism has been described as the belief that no one should be the first person to do anything … and House Republicans are taking that seriously.
Conservatives still oppose First Lady Michelle Obama’s anti-obesity program, because freedom. But when it comes to progressive legislation, the right-wing get very weight conscious.