Huntsman In 2012?

Jon Huntsman, the U.S. ambassador to China, has told the Obama administration he plans to resign, an administration official said, a sign the former Utah governor may bid for the 2012 Republican presidential nomination. Obama has been informed that Huntsman intends … Continued

Republicans Promise Scott Brown Challenge

A Republican organization that backed Sen. Scott Brown (R-Mass.) with independent expenditures and fundraising assistance says it will work to defeat Brown in a Republican primary next year in order to protect the party’s brand. Scott Wheeler, who heads the National … Continued

RNC Assembles Finance Team To Erase Debt

With its debts mounting, the Republican National Committee this week assembled a team of big-name veterans to bail out the onetime fundraising giant in time for the 2012 presidential election. But first, they have to figure out just how deep the debt … Continued

Tea Party Versus Tea Party In Utah

The Tea Party infighting in Utah is a warning sign to Sen. Orrin Hatch (R) that no single endorsement is enough to inoculate him from criticisms that he’s not conservative enough for Republican voters. The Tea Party Express’ consultant Sal Russo praised … Continued

Time Has Just Joined The Obama Propaganda Machine

TIME Magazine’s new February 2011 issue has a cover that features Ronald Reagan with his arm around a jovial Barack Obama. You can see the image below. This is propaganda. Plain and simple. Anyone who knows anything about Ronald Reagan knows … Continued

The Tea Party Favorite In Texas

Texas Railroad Commissioner Michael Williams (R) thinks he knows what the voters of Texas are looking for in their next U.S. senator. “They want somebody who has a consistent record as a conservative, who has the courage to go to Washington … Continued

O’Connell Weighs In On Allen/Radtke Va. Senate Primary

Virginia Republicans, meanwhile, say Allen is taking the primary very seriously. The former senator has already begun traversing the state, talking to activists and donors. “[The 2010 election] showed that a lot has changed since 2006 when George Allen last … Continued

Senate Tea Party Caucus Now Open For Business

Republican Sens. Jim DeMint, Mike Lee and Rand Paul formally launched the Senate Tea Party Caucus on Wednesday, in spite of what Liberty Central, a conservative advocacy group, called  “pressure from the Washington, D.C. establishment.” “By forming the Senate’s first … Continued