2014 Elections

NRCC Looking for ‘Do-overs’ in CA Districts it Ignored in 2014

While Republicans performed well in the 2014 elections, bolstering their numbers in the House of Representatives to a modern-era high of 247 seats, they had a dismal performance in California. The National Republican Congressional Committee (NRCC) came up short in the few California seats where it committed significant resources, while in a host of other seats where it didn’t spend a dime, the GOP candidate narrowly lost.

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Palin on GOP leadership: ‘It’s not just the New England Patriots who are dealing with deflated balls right now.’

Sarah Palin is using the big sports story of the day to profess herself less than amazed by the Republican leadership. “It’s not just the New England Patriots who are dealing with deflated balls right now,” she said. Let’s hope the Republican Party figures that out before they try taking the 2016 field with a deflated-ball squad that isn’t convinced it has any business in the Democrat end zone.

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Exclusive: Conservative Leaders Draft Mandate For GOP: Stop Obama’s Fundamental Transformation Of America

Conservative movement leaders are unveiling the mandate they say Republicans have heading into this new Congress, after voters gave them a majority in both the House and Senate for the first time during President Obama’s tenure.

The document, obtained exclusively by Breitbart News, details how the conservative leaders expect Republicans in Congress to “stop” Obama’s “fundamental transformation of America,” something they say the American people made clear in the 2014 midterm elections with such resounding GOP victories.

AP Photo/J. Scott Applewhite

State Republicans Plan Bold Agenda

Conservatives rightfully worry that Republicans in Washington will pursue a modest agenda with their Congressional majorities, but the states provide fertile ground for a broad reform legislation. In recent years, Republicans and conservatives have won public sector reforms in Wisconsin, broad tax reform in a number of states, and have led three states—Indiana, Oklahoma, and South Carolina—out of the Common Core education regime.

AP Photo/Elaine Thompson