Tag Archives: election 2018

Nancy Pelosi Says She Won't Step Down As House Minority Leader

Nancy Pelosi: I’m Not Going Anywhere

Despite a rough few years for Democrats, the House Minority Leader says she’s not going anywhere. Brushing off critics from her own party, Nancy Pelosi says she plans to stay in her leadership position and claims. “I think I’m worth the trouble.” There is no

Mike Pence Creates Super PAC

Vice-President Mike Pence Creates Super PAC

Mike Pence has creates his own PAC, the “Great America Committee”. The group will be able to use the funds to cover the costs of the vice president’s travels to campaign on behalf of GOP candidates across the country. The PAC filed paperwork with the

Government Funding Deal Reached, Goes to Vote

The deal would fund the federal government through September. Bipartisan congressional negotiators reached an agreement late Sunday on a massive spending bill. If approved by the House and Senate the government would be funded through the end of September. According to officials, the plan would

Rep. Jason Chaffez will not seek reelection in 2018.

Rep. Jason Chaffetz Will Not Seek Reelection

The powerful Utah Republican has decided to return to the private sector. Chaffetz announced Wednesday he will not be a candidate for any political office in 2018. He posted the statement on his Facebook page. “After long consultation with my family and prayerful consideration, I

The Fall of the Democratic Party

Two Party Politics: The Fall of the Democratic Party

America’s Democrats have spoken but the party is still not listening. Despite President Trump’s claims to the contrary, the now President did not receive overwhelming support last November. Yes, he won the Electoral College but not by the margin he thinks. While he and the

President Trump: Tax Protesters Are Paid

The President believes he has a paid protester problem. Early Sunday morning, the President tweeted his unhappiness with nationwide marches that took place the day before. The Tax March was held in an effort to force the President to release his tax returns. The event was organized

Can Trump Unify the Republican Party?

Can Trump Unify Republicans?

As America approaches 100 days of President Trump, leadership questions remain. As we approach the 100 day mark, there is no doubt that Trump has failed to rally the country around him. Political divisions are as deep as they have ever been and no where

Senator Romney?

Mitt Romney is reportedly considering a Senate run. Speculation is running heavily that former Governor, and once Presidential hopeful, is considering running for the Senate in 2018. The catch? Romney will only run if Sen. Orrin Hatch (R-UT) decides to retire. Senator Hatch had apparently