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A View from the Front Lines: The Battle for the House 2022

By on December 14, 2021
A View from the Front Lines: The Battle for the House 2022

by PARKER POLING

Republicans need to continue their strong fundraising and develop and articulate a message that appeals to the broad middle of the electorate.

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A View from the Front Lines: Battle for the Senate 2022

By on December 14, 2021
A View from the Front Lines: Battle for the Senate 2022

by KEVIN McLAUGHLIN

Republicans have the winds at our back in the quest to take back the Senate majority in 2022 and are well positioned to gain the one seat needed to do so, if not many more.

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VA Update: Our Work for Veterans is Never Done

By on November 8, 2021
VA Update: Our Work for Veterans is Never Done

by JERRY MORAN

Our country made a binding pact with our servicemembers. Upholding our end of the bargain is a moral obligation.

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“We honor veterans’ service and sacrifice for this great nation.”

By on November 8, 2021
“We honor veterans’ service and sacrifice for this great nation.”

by TONY GONZALES

There is something incredibly unique about those who sacrifice so much to serve our country – who choose to run towards conflict in the name of freedom.

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We Cannot Change the Past, but We Must Learn From It

By on September 8, 2021
We Cannot Change the Past, but We Must Learn From It

by JONI ERNST

The American people know that what happens over half a world away can have a direct impact on their safety. It happened on 9/11, and it can happen again.

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We Must Never Again Underestimate Our Enemy

By on September 8, 2021
We Must Never Again Underestimate Our Enemy

by ANDREW R. GARBARINO

We downplayed the threat of terrorism 20 years ago and Americans paid the price with their lives. This is a mistake that we cannot repeat if we hope to prevent future attacks.

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Ripon Profile of Michelle Steel

By on May 20, 2021
Ripon Profile of Michelle Steel

The first-term Congresswoman from California’s 48th District discusses her goals in office and what the American Dream means to her.

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The New Guard: Maria Elvira Salazar (FL-27)

By on December 9, 2020
The New Guard: Maria Elvira Salazar (FL-27)

“I vow that I will represent the spirit that lives in this district – the ultimate melting pot.”

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The New Guard: Michelle Steel (CA-48)

By on December 9, 2020
The New Guard: Michelle Steel (CA-48)

“This vote showed that minorities who may look or speak differently than most not only have a place in this Republican Party but can be elected to the United States Congress.”

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“On November 11, Let’s Thank Our Women Veterans.”

By on November 8, 2020
“On November 11, Let’s Thank Our Women Veterans.”

by PAMELA POWERS

Courage is courage, excellence is excellence, and sacrifice is sacrifice, regardless of gender.

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