Ever wonder how reporters know all those lawmakers? They don't. Here, one mistakes Rep. Ann Wagner for Rep. Renee Ellmers, and asks about affair rumors.
Rep. Renee Ellmers declined to address rumors linking her to Kevin McCarthy.
In the hours before House Majority Leader Kevin McCarthy (R-Calif.) abruptly withdrew his candidacy to be the next speaker of the House, he was sent an email from a conservative activist threatening to expose an alleged affair with a colleague.
GOP candidate Kay Daly is "hunting RINOs." And that's not all.
If the same people who are picking on Ellmers for her nuanced objections to an abortion bill are silent on Koch's support of abortion rights, then they do not have the courage I always ascribed to their convictions.
As lifelong pro-choice Republicans who have supported GOP candidates for decades, we are dismayed by activists on the right and the left attacking the GOP leaders who spoke out against House Resolution 36 last week.
When asked whether the respondent hoped there would be a female president, only 16 percent of GOP men and 20 percent of Republican women said yes. Could it be because of Sarah Palin?
As we reflect on the 42nd anniversary of Roe v. Wade and House Majority leadership's abortion fiasco, let's make sure the lesson we learn is the right one.
As the college students left, a group of high schoolers from North Dakota walked up to Ellmers' office and banged on the
Igor Bobic contributed reporting. "This trigger-ready alternative came to us late last night," Rep. Louise Slaughter (D-N.Y
Politico reports that six GOP congresswomen, including Ellmers, also expressed concerns that the rape exception in the bill