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By David Keene
Conference showed that the values Reagan cherished still endure
Topic - John Barrow
Running his first race for Congress, Eugene Yu found a generous supporter in his friend and fellow Augusta businessman Wayne B. Brown. Last summer and fall, Brown and his company gave the Republican candidate $54,500 for his campaign.
While Republicans in eastern Georgia say they're more committed than ever to defeating Democratic U.S. Rep. John Barrow in the fall elections, GOP voters may have a tougher time than expected choosing a nominee in the primary.
A state lawmaker from rural southeast Georgia has joined the Republican primary race to choose a nominee to challenge Democratic U.S. Rep. John Barrow this fall.
An unusual coalition of lawmakers from both parties, labor and business leaders, veterans groups and Canada's ambassador to the United States joined forces Tuesday to push for quick approval of the Keystone XL oil pipeline.
Gun-control legislation got a much closer look over the past year in the wake of the Connecticut school shootings — but the District and gun-rights activists have been fighting their own battle on the issue for the better part of a decade.
Gun control legislation got a much closer look over the last year in the wake of the Connecticut school shootings — but the District and gun rights activists have been fighting their own battle on the issue for the better part of a decade.
Rep. John Barrow blasted President Obama's weeklong trip to Africa that begins Wednesday, urging the president to "lead by example" by not taking such an expensive visit, The Blaze first reported.
In stark contrast to the last congressional session, Republican lawmakers have introduced only a handful of bills to strike down or dismantle President Obama's health care law in the first weeks of the new Congress — the latest indication that the epicenter of debate over "Obamacare" has shifted to the nation’s statehouses.
Journalists and pundits can't figure out if the Supreme Court ruling on Obamacare is New Year's Eve, Halloween or Armageddon. Will the moment of truth be celebration, masquerade or destruction? Everyone is poised to strike, armed with talking points, implications, prognostications and wonkish complexities of every demeanor.
As gasoline prices continue to rise and keep the heat on President Obama's energy policies, critics also are accusing the president of shifting support away from the coal industry, a major source of fuel and jobs in several battleground states, including Colorado, Michigan and Ohio.
Acting with bipartisan support, a House committee Wednesday voted to repeal the CLASS Act, part of President Obama's health care law that the administration has said is unsustainable, but also said it didn't want to see ended entirely.
After all the talk of using state-of-the-art air conditioning to cool stadiums at the 2022 World Cup in Qatar, the architect in charge of one of the venues reversed course and claimed Tuesday that a more old-fashioned solution would be cheaper and better.
He was quiet, modest, uncomfortable in the spotlight _ not looking for No. 1 hits or commercial ditties.
The FBI and Homeland Security have issued a nationwide warning about al Qaeda threats to small airplanes, just days before the anniversary of the 2001 terrorist attacks.
Fresh off her well-received performance in last week's Republican presidential debate, Rep. Michele Bachmann now tops the field of candidates in a new Zogby poll of Republican primary voters.
Democratic Rep. John Barrow of Augusta said he's "incredibly disappointed" Obama left construction money for Savannah out of his budget proposal.
"One of the main reasons why I voted against this law in the first place was because too many job creators in my district simply can't afford the cost of the employer mandate under the Affordable Care Act," he said on the chamber floor.