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Concord - Today, Republication National Committee Chairman Reince Priebus will join New Hampshire Republican State Committee Chairman Jennifer Horn to rally grassroots volunteers at the Nashua Victory Office. Immediately following the political event, Chairman Priebus and Chairman Horn will host a media availability to discuss Republican efforts to turn out voters on the road to winning six seats and taking back the Senate.
RNC Chairman Reince Priebus
NHGOP Chairman Jennifer Horn
Friday, September 5 at 10:30 AM ET
NH Victory Office
491 Amherst Street #8
Nashua, NH 03063
July 9, 2014
Permission to republish original opeds granted.
Do Senate Republicans hate the Tea Party, more than they hate Harry Reid?
Senate Republican campaign tactics have made their nominee for Mississippi Thad Cochran nearly unelectable in the reddest of red states.
Wash. Post reports content of U.S. communications 'stored intact in NSA databases'
Oregon Democrat Sen. Ron Wyden: ""It is now clear to the public that the list of ongoing intrusive surveillance practices by the N.S.A. includes not only bulk collection of Americans' phone records, but also warrantless searches of the content of Americans' personal communications."
More taxpayer dollars for green energy?
The 2009 rush to push billions of taxpayer dollars out through the Department of Energy for green boondoggles has been tainted by corruption and illegal activity.
Taylor: Government data show U.S. in decade-long cooling
"The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration's most accurate, up-to-date temperature data confirm the United States has been cooling for at least the past decade."
Dear Monetary Policy Observer,
The RNC recently passed a resolution calling for the adoption of a bipartisan Centennial Monetary Commission. APIA senior economics advisor Ralph Benko makes the case in his latest Forbes column that this is a sign of good money policy debate coming out of policy hibernation, and details the growing institutional support for the Brady-Cornyn Centennial Monetary Commission Act (HR1176/S1895).
We hope you find this material of interest.
American Principles In Action
Unemployment Will Remain High So Long As The Dollar Remains Wiggly
The Republican National Committee recently passed a resolution, by the unanimous vote of its National Committeepeople, calling for the creation of a national Monetary Commission. This legislation is prime sponsored in the House of Representatives by Joint Economic Committee Chairman Kevin Brady (R-Tx) and in the US Senate by Republican whip John Cornyn (R-Tx).
Cato, with a representative from Heritage, recently conducted a panel on Capitol Hill on this same proposed Commission.
…This, however, is not a partisan issue. It very much is one that loyal Democrats can, and should, embrace. Even the RNC made a nonpartisan call to action for “all political and civic leaders,” not just Republicans. Job creation through good money is bigger than partisan politics.
Today, the RNC attacked Senator Jeanne Shaheen for doing her job.
You read that right. The RNC released a research document accusing Sen. Shaheen of “running away” from Vice President Biden. In fact – as their research doc even states – she is in Washington to chair an Appropriations subcommittee hearing – a responsibility she has as a duly elected U.S. Senator from New Hampshire.
When you win elections, you have a job to do. That’s how this works.
If anyone’s “running away” – it’s Scott Brown. The Scott Brown of today is running away from the Scott Brown of the past. As a Massachusetts Senator, Brown had embraced the People’s Pledge, but now in New Hampshire, he fears running for Senate without air cover from Big Oil and Wall Street. And Scott Brown can’t run fast enough away from reporters when asked about whether he supports Medicaid expansion that would benefit Granite Staters.
We’ve seen inane attacks before, but the RNC is setting the bar even lower with this latest hit. Ironically, it also comes less than 24 hours after the GOP’s preferred candidate to run against Senator Shaheen in New Hampshire, former Massachusetts Senator Scott Brown, told the AP: “Do I have the best credentials? Probably not. ‘Cause, you know, whatever.”
So the RNC wants to elect Scott Brown, who doesn’t even believe he has the best credentials for the job, while attacking the U.S. Senator who’s working hard to deliver results for Granite Staters in the Senate? That makes sense. ‘Cause, you know, whatever.