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National Republican Campaign Committee Trolls ‘Democratic Civil War’ in New Web Video

The National Republican Campaign Committee (NRCC), the political arm of Republicans in the House of Representatives, released a new web video entitled “Democratic Civil War” on Wednesday, “highlighting the vicious infighting tearing the Democratic Party apart” – a followup to their “Democrats Divided” web video released on Friday.

Chief White House Strategist Steve Bannon speaking at the 2017 Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) in National Harbor, Maryland.

Steve Bannon Accepts House GOP’s Cease-Fire in GOP Civil War

As Steve Bannon continues his 2018 midterm efforts to replace establishment Republican Senators with populist economic nationalist candidates, the former White House chief strategist and his conservative coalition have accepted “a cease-fire of sorts” from House Republicans.

Single-Payer Health Care protester (Joel Pollak / Breitbart News)

2018: Republicans Target Democrats Who Support Single-Payer Health Care

On Thursday, the National Republican Congressional Committee (NRCC) launched a 58-second digital ad targeting Democratic congressional candidates Bryan Caforio and Josh Harder in the California’s 25th and 10th Districts over their party’s support for a single-payer, government-run healthcare system.

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Rep. Stephen Russell: Support Religious Freedom Against LGBT Lobby

Congress should pass appropriations bills that don’t restrict legal rights for Americans, says the Oklahoma congressman who is now leading the fight to protect religious freedom from a coalition of liberal Republican and Democratic legislators.  “My hope would be that

Paul Ryan and Allies AP

GOP Supports #LGBT Amendment to $37 Billion Water and Energy Pork Bill

Key allies of Speaker Paul D. Ryan (R.-Wis.), including the leader of the GOP House’s political operation, voted with Democrats, to codify President Barack Obama’s proscription against federal contractors, who make employment decisions based on sexual orientation or lifestyle.

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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.