I care little about canceling recess. Instead of letting Chuck Schumer run the joint, and subsequently whining about it, the Senate needs to be equal partners in advancing the President’s agenda across the finish line.
If the GOP is serious about winning in the midterms, they need to give voters a reason why they should win. Repeatedly buckling on immigration, Planned Parenthood, healthcare and just about everything else is not the way to do it.
Rick Saccone’s loss, and any future Republican House losses, should be firmly blamed on the current GOP Congress and its unwillingness to change the status quo on Capitol Hill. There is precious little that differentiates a Republican in Congress from a Democrat in Congress. One party spends like drunken sailors; refuses to support the President’s
While I’ve consumed a ton of news about the Roy Moore allegations, I am much more interested in how Alabama voters are interpreting the allegations. One of the great advantages of having a massive social media community is that ForAmerica can get a pretty good read on voter temperature. So ForAmerica went to our Alabama