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By Ted Cruz
Israel saves its enemies; Hamas endangers its friends
Topic - Republican Party
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie is once again at the top of the Republican presidential field and, while dented by the Bridgegate scandal that erupted roughly seven months ago, he remains a powerful fundraiser and popular campaigner, including here in New Hampshire, where he will appear on Thursday.
With the party united, the odds are now at least even that the GOP will not only hold the House but also capture the Senate in November.
The head of the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee said Tuesday that the House GOP's threats of suing or impeaching President Obama have been a fundraising boon for Democrats — putting them on stronger footing financially as they gear up for the homestretch of the 2014 election.
Conservative talk show giant Rush Limbaugh unleashed some harsh criticism against the mainstream media — sparked by a CNN headline — during his recent radio show, outright jabbing that the world of news is pretty much dead.
The singular issue that is driving conservative voters this year is amnesty.
With less than 100 days to go before the November election, the National Republican Campaign Committee envisions picking up 11 House seats — even though it has raised $23 million less than its Democratic counterpart.
Religious and party identity remain linked, with very religious Americans much more likely to identify with the Republican Party than the Democratic side, a Gallup poll said.
Desperately looking to fire up their base, Democrats are on the hunt for the next Todd Akin — a loose-talking Republican candidate who can be cast as being so far outside of the mainstream that they tarnish the GOP's image and dampen its chances of taking over the Senate.
Think the "War on Women" meme is passe? Run its course? Think again.
Heading into the 2014 election, the GOP is casting its slate of governors as turnaround artists, saying they've led their states out of recession by embracing lower taxes, putting people back to work and ensuring businesses are helped — not hampered — by their policies.
Buoyant, bilingual, upbeat and the first female Hispanic governor of any state, New Mexico's Susana Martinez seems a good fit for chief executive officer of a Western state where almost half the 2.1 million population is Hispanic.
Indiana Gov. Mike Pence already has achieved most of his early agenda, barely 18 months into his first term.
Sen. Rand Paul, Kentucky Republican, recently spoke at the "Rebooting Congress, Causes and Campaigns 2014" conference in Silicon Valley.
Rep. Jeff Miller, Florida Republican, introduced Thursday a GOP plan to fix the Department of Veterans Affairs, but said he's not sure where negotiations stand now that both sides have proposals on the table.
Why would a bunch of Obama voters suddenly take an interest in a Republican U.S. Senate primary? Well, there are two options.