Republican Party News
Tea Party Super PAC Predicts a 'Bar Room Brawl' Inside GOP in 2014
The Madison Project's Drew Ryun calls for remaking the Republican Party.
Alabama death penalty cases may soon rest solely with jury
Alabama could be close to ending its one-of-a-kind practice of allowing judges to hand down death sentences despite a jury's recommendation for life in prison
Conservatives urged not to 'squander' Trump presidency
President Donald Trump's top aides on Thursday delivered one overriding message to the thousands of conservative activists gathered for their annual conference outside of Washington: Don't blow it
Out of power, Democrats hope to harness Trump resistance
Democrats are out of power, and party leaders agree that a key to coming back is harnessing the opposition movement that has flourished since President Donald Trump took office
Steve Bannon says media 'always wrong' about Trump, president 'maniacally focused' on agenda
Donald Trump's chief strategist, Steve Bannon, pounced on the media during the Conservative Political Action Conference Thursday, repeating his attack that the press is the "opposition party" that is "always wrong" about the administration. "I think if you look at, you know, the opposition party,"
Texas Republican criticizes explicit signs at women's march
A Texas Republican said Thursday he was deeply disturbed by the explicit signs at the Women's March on Washington last month while acknowledging that President Donald Trump's vulgar and sexually predatory comments about women triggered the display
Conservatives learn dealing with Trump can be complicated
The future of the conservative movement has become inextricably linked to Donald Trump, an unconventional New York businessman better known for his deal-making than any ideological principles
Bill filed to loosen knot over N Carolina "bathroom bill"
Lawmakers have filed a bipartisan bill aimed at breaking an impasse over North Carolina's "bathroom bill," but it's likely to face tough going in the Republican-controlled legislature
Conservatives welcome Trump with delight _ and wariness
With Donald Trump's victory, the future of the conservative movement has become inextricably linked to an unconventional New York businessman better known for his deal-making than any ideological principles
Republicans who won after rowdy town halls now avoiding them
Republicans who six years ago rode a wave of Tea Party discontent at town halls targeting congressional members are now skipping them to avoid giving Democrats the opportunity to strike back with the same tactic