Although many Republicans are optimistic about their chances in this year’s elections, some of Washington’s leading conservatives gathered Thursday to privately vent frustrations about what kind of party they will be left with after November.
President Obama slammed Congress on Wednesday night calling it “the least productive…in modern history.”
The Kremlin has no qualms about contradicting itself and making public U-turns when this suits its interests. In 2004, Vladimir Putin abolished individual single-member districts in parliamentary elections in order to purge the Duma of the few remaining opposition-minded legislators, only … Continue reading
The failure to overhaul the immigration system is among several unfinished matters in Congress that Democrats – with an eye on the November midterm elections – plan to blame on their Republican colleagues.
The Obama administration has cut back on deporting undocumented immigrants, with forced departures on track to drop more than 10 percent, the first annual decline in more than a decade.
Few in Washington want to see House and Senate negotiators strike a budget deal more than advocates for immigration reform.
New Jersey has one of the largest immigrant populations of any state in the union, and a recent decision by its Republican governor, Chris Christie, will have an impact on many people who are living there without documentation.
As the Republican Governors Association meets in Scottsdale this week, state GOP leaders should celebrate and reaffirm their call for broad immigration reform that will help all Americans.
Washington, DC – This past weekend, Republican Vance McAllister won a special election over a Tea Party-backed, Republican state senator to fill the open seat for Louisiana’s 5th congressional district. Once sworn in as a Member of Congress, Rep. McAllister … Continue reading
Washington>> The House’s failure to pass immigration reform could create political trouble for a growing number of Republican representatives from districts with sharply rising Latino and Asian populations. The problem is especially apparent in California where Latino and Asian populations … Continue reading