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    Marching for Life

    Next week is the RNC Winter Meeting, and this time around it’s being held in Washington, D.C. As many RedState readers know, that coincides with the annual March for Life. As a proud pro-life Republican, I saw this as a great opportunity for us to participate in this meaningful event. So we adjusted the schedule and pushed back our meetings and official business to allow | Read More »

    The Obama Wedding Tax

    Earlier this month The Atlantic told the story of a New York couple, Nona and Aaron, considering divorce. What was the couple’s reason for ending their marriage? ObamaCare. Among the countless flaws and absurdities in the president’s signature law is this: it contains a wedding tax. Because of the way ObamaCare subsidizes health insurance, many couples can save money on insurance by not getting married—or | Read More »

    Families Hurt By ObamaCare Share Their Stories

    President Obama made many promises about ObamaCare. And President Obama has broken many promises about ObamaCare. He promised that if you like your current plan, you could keep it. He promised that ObamaCare would make healthcare more affordable. Today, millions of Americans are finding out that’s not true. Their plans are getting canceled. Their premiums are increasing. Democrats are unfazed and unconcerned about this. It | Read More »

    Sign the pledge: Tell Senate Democrats: Dismantle ObamaCare now and Don’t Shut Down The Government!

    This weekend, the Republican-controlled House of Representatives listened to the American people and passed a continuing resolution that keeps the government running, delays ObamaCare for a year, and repeals the medical device tax. Unfortunately for Americans, Harry Reid and Senate Democrats couldn’t be bothered to take up the bill this weekend. Harry Reid didn’t even bother to convene for session Monday morning. But they did | Read More »

    In a battle between Ted Cruz and Harry Reid, we must stand with Senator Cruz

    In a battle between Ted Cruz and Harry Reid, we must stand with Senator Cruz. Last week, House Republicans overwhelmingly passed legislation that defunds ObamaCare while keeping the government open and running. Now it is time for the Senate to do the same. Republicans want to keep the government running. Democrats claim they want the same, but they aren’t acting like it. By denouncing the | Read More »

    #SenateMustAct

    The House has passed a bipartisan bill to accomplish two goals that are in line with the will of the American people: (a) end the ObamaCare train wreck by defunding it and (b) keep the government open and running. Now it’s up to the Senate to do the same. Republicans want to keep the government running. Democrats claim they want the same, but they aren’t | Read More »

    Paying Tribute to our Constitution

    The Constitution is the basis of our government and the cornerstone of our free society. As we mark the 226th anniversary of its adoption today, it’s worth recalling the words of James Madison, its principal author and Founding Father. In 1829 he wrote that, “the happy Union of these States is a wonder: their Constitution a miracle: their example the hope of Liberty throughout the world.” | Read More »

    RNC Launches ObamaCareCosts.org To Inform Voters, Hold 2014 Democrats Accountable

    Today at the RNC, we are launching ObamaCareCosts.org, to provide voters with the facts on ObamaCare in the week leading up to the October 1 implementation deadline. Ahead of the 2014 midterms, Democrats who voted for and supported ObamaCare are up for reelection. These Democrats are doubling down on their support for this costly healthcare law even as they watch news stories about how ObamaCare is hurting their | Read More »

    Today RNC Votes For Fair Debates

    Last week I sent letters to NBC and CNN informing them that if they did not abandon plans to run pro-Hillary productions ahead of her expected presidential campaign, the RNC would vote to exclude the networks from Republican presidential primary debates in the 2016 cycle. Today we will vote. Now is the time to call out media bias and to ensure fair debates for our | Read More »

    The RNC: In Communities and There to Stay

    Back in January, I shared with RedState my vision for the RNC’s field operation and some of the lessons we had learned from the 2012 election: As a party, we must recognize that we live in an era of permanent politics. We must stop living nominee-to-nominee, campaign to campaign. As we saw this election, our opponent benefited from a multi-year head-start. Now is the time | Read More »