Monthly Archives: November 2013

November 14

Karl Rove Says the Hardest Part Is Over For GOP

Former Chief of Staff Karl Rove spoke today at The Atlantic’s Washington Ideas Forums, where he said that the Republican party was in a “state of flux.” Rove said that the emergence of the tea party is different from the typical conservative, but the biggest differences within the party are being ironed out and the […]

November 11

All Eyes On Christie

Governor Chris Christie won a victory on Tuesday, but instead of the focus just being on this victory, journalists are looking to 2016. Every response to Christie’s sweeping win has been a question instead of a congratulations. Christie won on Tuesday with impressive numbers sought after by politicians on both sides of the aisle: 57% […]

November 10

Graham Continues Pressure

Senator Lindsey Graham from South Carolina appeared on CNN’s State of the Union today, where he said he will continue to press the Obama administration over Benghazi. The senator says that there are still questions he has unanswered, and that Congress has the right to know what really happened and why it happened. Former Secretary […]

November 09

Cruz Appears On The Tonight Show

Senator Ted Cruz appeared on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno last night, where he discussed politics with the comedian. This appearance was a risky move, as Leno is known to be a harsh critic, and undoubtedly a Democrat. Cruz sat down and Leno said that he’s heard of Cruz as “abrasive, aggressive, and arrogant,” […]

November 09

Brown May Run In NH

Former Senator Scott Brown lost his senate seat to Senator Warren in 2012, much to the Republican party’s surprise. Even more surprising was that he did not try to run again in the special election this past spring. Ears pricked, however, when he started a super-pac headed by his sister in New Hampshire. Some political […]

November 08

Christie Takes Center Stage

Governor Chris Christie, who just won reelection in New Jersey with an over 50 percent majority, has laid relatively low on whether he plans to run for 2016 presidency. Whenever asked, he would reference the common sense attitude he adopted from his Italian mother which was that he is focused on the present, and doing […]

November 06

Snowe On Women In the Senate

The Republican party was shocked when Olympia Snowe, longtime senator from Maine and very influential in the chamber, declared that she would not run for reelection. In her book, Fighting for Common Ground: How We Can Fix the Stalemate in Congress, Snowe is very clear about one thing: she is not giving up.   Snowe […]