The internal turmoil in the Republican Party has been on full display over the last few days. In the latest example of GOP infighting, the party is divided about whether or not they should threaten to shut down the federal government if Obamacare is not defunded. Republican leaders, including 13 Senators have signed on to this stunt while others in their party including many Republican Governors and members of Congress are calling the plan, “dishonest” “hype” “silly” and “really dumb.”

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  • GOP’s Outreach to Women in the Month of July - Another Month, Same Old Party

    Since their electoral defeats at the national and state level last November, the GOP has spent a lot of time talking about rebranding their party and expanding their base to constituencies like women, who fled their party in droves. However, a quick look at Republican statehouses nationwide and the GOP in Washington shows that is not what’s happening on the ground—it’s still the same old GOP.

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  • Republicans on the Tea Party’s call for a Government Shutdown

    That’s what Congressional Republicans and conservative leaders have said about Tea Party Republican plan to shut down the government unless ObamaCare is defunded. Holding our government hostage in order to score political points with the most extreme factions of their party is reckless and irresponsible. The American people are not interested in these partisan stunts; they are looking for commonsense solutions.

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  • Christie, Walker and Jindal in Colorado: What’s NOT Working at the State Level

    Later today, several Republican Governors including, Christie, Walker and Jindal will appear at a forum in Aspen, CO and will speak on a panel entitled “What’s Working at the State Level?” National Republicans look to their Governors for guidance, the RNC’s autopsy report released earlier this year said, “Republican governors are America’s reformers in chief.” But if you look at these Governors’ records, it’s clear that whatever they may think is “working at the state level” it’s failing middle class families in their states.

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  • RNC Chairs: Empty rhetoric over real results

    Reince Priebus is following the well-worn path of previous RNC Chairmen, including Michael Steele, Mike Duncan, Mel Martinez and Ken Mehlman who all pledged and failed to bring the Republican Party into the 21st Century. It’s clear that Priebus and his predecessors value empty rhetoric over real results.

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  • VIDEO: RNC Chair Priebus Voices his Opposition to “Tolerance”

    Earlier this year, the RNC released an Autopsy report on the party’s failure in 2012. In the report, the RNC Chairman Reince Priebus and the RNC pledged to help make the GOP a more tolerant and inclusive Party. In an interview with the CBN’s David Brody, RNC Chairman Priebus quickly distanced himself from supporting tolerance saying: “First of all, I don’t know if I’ve used the word tolerance. I don’t really care for that word myself.”

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