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Another Problem for Trump: A 2020 Primary Challenge Is Growing More Likely
In New Hampshire, there are increasing signs that a fellow Republican will take on the president.
Ben Sasse Has Considered Leaving the GOP to Support the GOP
The senator’s self-proclaimed independence from the Republican Party and Trump continues to be a distinction without a difference.
Someone Is Sending Endangered-Species Condoms to U.S. Senators
Anything to save the animals.
Senate Republicans Are Moving Toward a New Health-Care Compromise
Let conservatives vote to fully repeal Obamacare — then have moderates and Democrats immediately pass a bill strengthening the law.
The Return of the Repeal-and-Delay Strategy for Killing Obamacare
Rand Paul and Donald Trump helped kill the original strategy for repealing Obamacare and enacting a replacement later. Now they’re both reviving it.
Ben Sasse Receives the Ultimate Punishment: Nickelback’s Email Newsletter
Look at this tweet, every time I do it makes me laugh.
Anti-Trump Republicans Are Still Plotting an Independent Presidential Run
the national interest
No, a Conservative Third-Party Candidate Can’t Steal the Electoral College
panel does not understand how elections work.
An Open Letter to Senator Ben Sasse
The disgruntled Nebraskan looks at “majority America” and sees his own reflection. Just like a Washingtonian.
Obamacare: What If the GOP Gets What It Wants?
With the Supreme Court decision looming, the right is rethinking its scorched-Earth approach to attacking Obamacare.
Republicans Realize Obamacare Lawsuit Would Destroy Them, Not Obamacare
The Obamacare repeal crusade enters the self-destruct phase.