Democrats Attack Tax Deal Ahead of Meeting

Opposition to this deal makes it more apparent that President Obama will face a challenger in 2012: President Barack Obama’s proposed deal with Republican leaders in Congress to extend tax cuts for two years is already catching plenty of criticism … Continued


Tea Party Group Picks Anuzis For RNC Chair

Long shot. After failing to convince Sarah Palin to run for chairman of the Republican National Committee, the Tea Party Nation is throwing its support behind former Michigan state GOP Chairman Saul Anuzis. Tea Party Nation founder Judson Phillips sent a … Continued



Updated: Tea Party Group Wants Palin For RNC

Update: Palin has written to ABC News explaining that she is not interested in the position: “I respect the desire to have someone in charge of the RNC who understands the wishes of the conservative grassroots and understands that power … Continued


Revealed: RNC Finances In Even Worse Shape Than Thought

Steele must go: The Republican National Committee‘s inability to reach its own fundraising goals for this year’s elections was more serious than its budget makers expected and the malaise has even spread to small-money donors, The Washington Times has learned. As a … Continued


Tea Party Backs Activists For RNC Chair

Energised by their victories in last month’s US congressional elections, conservative Tea Party activists are again flexing their muscles, this time setting their sights on the Republican National Committee and efforts to unseat President Barack Obama in 2012. The movement is seeking to … Continued


Delaying Tax Vote Could Crash Stock Market

Failure by Congress to extend the Bush tax cuts, especially locking in the 15 percent capital gains tax rate, will spark a stock market sell off starting December 15 as investors move to lock in gains at a lower rate than the … Continued



California GOP: Shutout In 2010, Apocalypse In 2012?

Re-posted from Daily Caller California’s struggling economy, downward-spiraling fiscal position and ongoing legislative gridlock would have seemed to be fertile ground for the voter revolt that swept across the country in November. Yet, with the greatest enthusiasm gap in recent memory favoring … Continued