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Bad Deal for Taxpayers

Republicans in Washington will consider a "continuing resolution" (CR) this week to fund government operations after October 1st when the current fiscal year ends. It's a very bad deal for taxpayers.

GOP Scrambles to Save Pat Roberts

Since the NRSC cares more about re-electing moderate incumbents than they do about electing new conservatives, they will now encourage their allies to divert resources away from other races to help save Roberts in Kansas. According to a new report published by POLITICO, party leaders are working overtime to rescue their man in Kansas.

U.S. Chamber Backs Democrats

The U.S. Chamber of Commerce is now supporting Democrats in four races for the U.S. House of Representatives.

Here Comes the Lame Duck

Several weeks ago, we warned you that congressional leaders were setting the stage for another "lame duck" session after the November elections.Now we have the proof.According to press reports, House and Senate Republicans plan to pass a short-term funding bill that expires the week of December 11-14.Rather than addressing these issues...

Senate Election Update

Here's a brief update on the four U.S. Senate candidates we're supporting. Their success will not only determine which party controls the Senate next year, it will also determine whether we have more principled conservatives in Washington who will stand up to the big spenders in both parties.

Mitch McConnell Flip-Flops on Defund Strategy

Senate Republican Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY) recently said that if Republicans win a Senate majority, he will attach conservative riders to must-pass spending bills to stop President Obama's agenda -- a 180-degree reversal from his position last year. If he serious, he can start by fighting in September to defund President Obama's executive amnesty.

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