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After fireworks and baseball have wrapped up, and you still find yourself craving to watch something patriotic and gloriously American, the NRCC Communications team has you covered with our favorite movies (and a mini-series) celebrating what makes this country great. From timeless classics to recent blockbusters, this list spans from reliving the nation’s founding to remembering contemporary American heroes, ...
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President Obama still trying to sell Democrats’ signature legislation of his presidency, but the law’s negative impact shows why the American public still isn’t buying it. 5 years after Obamacare became the law of the land, President Obama offered many of the same broken promises and falsehoods today addressing the failed health care legislation. With ...
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So Many Mistakes, So Little Time 1.  Losing the Senate and Helping Republicans Reach The Largest House Majority Since The 1920’s 2.  “Make No Mistake” My Policies “Are On The Ballot” 3.  His EPA Executive Overreach 4.  His Immigration Executive Overreach 5.  On Democrat Candidates In Red-States: “These Are All Folks Who Vote with Me” ...
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Well That Didn’t Take Long… It didn’t take long for the American people to see the job-creating priorities of the new Republican congress. It also didn’t take long for the American people to see President Obama stand against commonsense legislation to approve the Keystone Pipeline. The Keystone Pipeline is a shovel-ready project that would create ...
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Good morning and welcome to NRCC Morning Reads for Tuesday, November 4, 2014. Today is Election Day. Across the country, you finally have the chance to make your voice heard. President Obama and Nancy Pelosi have spent the last two years plotting a path back to complete liberal control of Washington. Today, let’s fight back ...
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Good morning and welcome to NRCC Morning Reads for Halloween 2014. That’s One Expensive Pumpkin Spice Latte: The Washington Post‘s Colby Itkowitz is out this morning with a piece detailing an NBC-4 Washington investigation into why government employees put $30,000 worth of Starbucks merchandise on a government credit card: ‘Federal employees issued so-called purchase cards ...