Despite claims to the contrary by Democrats and the media, Republicans in Congress have a concrete alternative to Obamacare—Rep. Devin Nunes (R., Calif.) has introduced legislation that would expand healthcare coverage without requiring a mandate.
First-time voters are less enthusiastic about President Barack Obama than when he first ran in 2008, and a large percentage of them are undecided—a trend that could give the president trouble in his reelection effort.
President Obama, who fell behind GOP presidential candidate Mitt Romney in fundraising for the first time in May, is making impassioned pleas to his wealthiest benefactors to open their wallets, but the money just isn’t flowing like it used to.
Democratic Nevada congresswoman and U.S. Senate candidate Shelley Berkley voted against a job-creating land privatization bill that she herself co-sponsored, the latest in a string of examples of Berkley’s placing national Democratic Party interests ahead of her state’s.