“Chipman’s current employment at Giffords, an organization co-founded by Senator Kelly, raises serious ethical questions regarding this vote and presents a clear and credible conflict of interest.’
The conservation groups wrote to Majority Leader Chuck Schumer and Minority Leader Mitch McConnell last week opposing Chipman.
‘This week, Chipman refused the Senate’s request to provide his personnel file, which raises questions on this matter and what else he is hiding.’
More than 40 Senate Republicans proposed the “Don’t Weaponize the IRS Act” Thursday, to prevent a repeat of the Obama IRS targeting scandal.
Misleadingly named the “For The People Act of 2021,” the 800-page election bill is a partisan one, and Democrats are struggling to find support for it.
Former President Donald Trump railed at the Supreme Court Monday night for refusing to take up cases about the November election.
When McConnell cares about something — actually cares about it — we see how quickly his tune changes.
The corporate press will try to cast the annual conference as a gathering of fringe lunatics who are splitting the GOP. Don’t believe them.
The supposed schism in the Republican Party is a media fantasy. Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell and Rep. Liz Cheney’s hopes that voters would abandon Trump have been dashed on the cliffs of reality.
Biden told Wisconsin brewer Tim Eichinger, a Democrat who is struggling to keep his employees on and his business afloat, to give White House staff his address so they could mail him their COVID plan.
On this episode of “The Federalist Radio Hour,” Federalist Publisher Ben Domenech, Senior Editor Chris Bedford, and Culture Editor Emily Jashinsky discuss Mitch McConnell and the future of the GOP.
Republican voters will not go back to the neoliberal GOP of the past 30 years, and if that means losing some elections, it means losing some elections.
The idea that McConnell is the right man to decide who is ‘electable’ is a joke.
“Mitch is a dour, sullen, and unsmiling political hack, and if Republican Senators are going to stay with him, they will not win again,” Trump said.
According to McConnell, the Capitol protesters were all conspiracy theorists who can’t think for themselves. It’s a convenient lie.
Friday’s floor speech was no quick tantrum: It was the last stupid moments of the minority leader’s plan to purge the GOP of Donald Trump.
In a politically damaging move with years of consequences, McConnell just silenced the GOP.
Now comes McConnell’s impeachment effort, as effective and well-thought as his filibuster defense effort, and it is already looking like an embarrassing and risky bit of 4D chess.
Holding Trump accountable for the actions of a handful of rioters is deeply misguided, and conservatives should know better than to support it.
Far from being a helpless minority, Senate Republicans are in a powerful position to leverage their consent for key priorities from their voters.
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