GOP Sees Positive Signs for 2020 in Pa. Special Election Win

President Donald Trump looks on as Fred Keller speaks

Democrat Marc Friedenberg was on the ballot again in Pennsylvania’s 12th Congressional District on Tuesday—this time facing a relatively unknown state lawmaker rather than a four-term incumbent congressman—and he lost by an even bigger margin, a sign to Republicans that 2020 will not be a repeat of 2018.

WaPo Pounces on Republicans Overreaching on Tlaib Seizing Upon the Holocaust

Michigan Rep. Rashida Tlaib, no longer content to remain a distant third in the three-way contest for most embarrassing freshman Democrat, made the following comments in a recent interview. There’s kind of a calming feeling I always tell folks when I think of the Holocaust, and the tragedy of the Holocaust, and the fact that …

CLAIM: Donald Trump Caused Barbara Bush Heart Attack

Former First Lady Barbara Bush’s disdain for Donald Trump was so strong that she blamed him for a heart attack she suffered in 2016, a new biography claims. Bush, the mother of Greatest Living President and fantastic painter George W. Bush, passed away in April 2018. She reportedly died of complications from congestive heart disease. …

GOP Reverses Trends with Special Election Victories

The Republican Party has flipped four state legislative seats from Democratic control since the start of 2019, reversing political trends witnessed over the past two years. On Tuesday, Republicans won a special election for the Kentucky state senate in a district where more than 60 percent of voters are registered Democrats, as reported by The Hill. …

This Is What A Winning Centrist Platform Looks Like

Former Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz, the presumptive 2020 frontrunner should he enter the presidential race as an independent, has struck fear in the hearts of his fellow Democrats and envy in the bowels of Obama alumni who didn’t get a lucrative consulting gig of their own. The Democratic primary, already underway, promises to be an …

New RSC Chair: Pelosi Speakership Gives GOP Opportunity to Win Over New Voters

Louisiana congressman Mike Johnson, the incoming chairman of the Republican Study Committee, believes that Democratic control of the House of Representatives, at least for the next two years, presents an opportunity for the GOP to fine-tune its policies and message in order to appeal to a new generation of voters.