“Rep. Jeff Denham (R-Ca.), facing angry constituents at town hall, calls GOP health care bill ‘bipartisan..both parties working together’,” even though not a single Democrat voted for it.
The cost to Republicans of having Trump at the top of the ticket is beginning to be felt in other races as four formerly thought to be safe California House Republicans are in danger of losing their seats because of Trump's poor performance in the state.
What makes newspapers actions more despicable is that they are not owned by the Kochs, but they are using so-called "opinion and editorial" pages to promote Republican candidates, and push Kochs brother ideology and vision for America as the country's salvation.
Jeff Denham is a typical teabagger-Republican in that his campaign rhetoric is dictated by the Koch's Americans for Prosperity and founded on monumental lies meant to frighten his supporters into voting against their own best self-interests; which they do with great enthusiasm.
This week, yet another report reveals that fracking in California has contaminated aquifers during a historical drought.
It was little surprise then, that Republicans elected Kevin McCarthy (R-CA) as the new House Majority Leader to use his position of power to thwart California's environmental leadership and repay his primary campaign donors in the process.
Democratic candidate for Congress Michael Eggman is using Eric Cantor to taint his Republican opponent.
Come Tuesday, May 27, House Majority Leader, Eric Cantor and his merry band of bigots will have ceded all Hispanic/Latino votes to the Democrats come the November 4th mid-terms. Just ask California Republican Jeff Denham.
Apparently, Republicans and their supporters are proud that America's infrastructure compares unfavorably with most advanced and even some developing nations because in their minds spreading the South's third world status to the entire nation is a worthy goal.
This is the twentieth edition of a research project at PoliticusUSA known as Taking Back the House. The purpose of this project is to analyze each Republican Congressional district in the United States and see how likely the district can go 'Blue.'