Category Archives: Elections

What’s Next: After House success with AHA, can Senate do the same?

Yesterday’s success for House Republicans and embattled speaker Paul Ryan (R-WI) is the first step in health insurance reform. Now a new question arises. Can the Senate come together and enough members agree on provisions to move the bill on? … Continue reading

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Hillary resurfaces, and so did more emails as Senate FBI oversight hearing commenced

Sen. Diane Feinstein (D-CA) may regret asking FBI director James Comey a loaded question during a Senate Judiciary hearing on oversight of the FBI on May 3. As Comey responded, the normally calm director actually showed some emotion. As the … Continue reading

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First 100 Days: Best-selling autopsy reveals Hillary mystery and unpaid bills for wannabe spoiler

President Donald Trump’s media critics are currently grading him on his first 100 days in office, but there are other matters deserving interest that have nothing to do with Trump. A best-selling autopsy on Hillary Clinton’s campaign is drawing attention … Continue reading

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Surprise farewell: Chaffetz won’t run for reelection

Amid fanfare over Democrats facing a runoff election for Georgia congressional district 6, news of a surprise farewell is just beginning to draw attention. House Oversight committee chair Jason Chaffetz (R-Utah) won’t run for reelection in 2018. Chaffetz also sat … Continue reading

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Media obsessed as Georgia District 6 election takes center stage nationally

Media’s obsession with the Georgia District 6 congressional seat will either evaporate or broaden by late this evening. If the Democrat prevails with more than 50 percent of the vote, he will take a seat long considered a GOP stronghold. … Continue reading

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Schiff storm: Did comments on Rice make him unfit to be part of ‘Russia’ investigation?

Now that the left has succeeded in the effort to push Republican congressman Devin Nunes out of the ‘Russia’ investigation, the rest of America should be asking questions about Democrats’ point man Adam Schiff (CA). Did comments Schiff made recently … Continue reading

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Will leftstream media dismiss the latest Rice scandal despite her handy list?

Despite contradicting herself again, Susan Rice, former national security adviser to former president Barack Obama, hasn’t drawn gotcha questions from leftstream (formerly ‘mainstream’) media. Rice is at the center of a major controversy on the level of the Watergate scandal. … Continue reading

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