A new poll released by the political research group, Morning Consult, shows North Carolina Senator Thom Tillis coming in with the lowest approval rating among all 100 senators in the United States Senate.
The House voted Wednesday against a resolution to bring articles of impeachment against President Trump, demonstrating that Democrats are not willing to take the ultimate step to try to oust the president.
Much ado has been made over President Donald Trump’s recent tweets telling “‘Progressive’ Democrat Congresswomen” — that is to say, socialists — to exit America, stage right, if they can’t stand the constitutional heat, and to go live in the countries of corrupt governance and catastrophic politicking they so love to defend.
A Republican primary challenger of empty GOP establishment suit Senator Thom Tillis spoke with The Rundown Thursday and explained why Tillis must be voted out of office for the good of the America First agenda. “You’re going to know very …
The 2020 elections will be upon us shortly. While most of the attention is on the Presidential race, there are a lot of other important parts to the 2020 election. Not only must we keep the White House, we must keep …
A privately funded organization called “We Build the Wall” began work this weekend on a project to erect a section of border wall in the El Paso sector.
U.S. Term Limits (USTL) praises Sandy Smith, North Carolina candidate for U.S. Senate, for signing the pledge to term limit Congress. Smith is challenging incumbent and co-sponsor Senator Thom Tillis who also signed the U.S. Term Limits pledge.
Introducing Sandy Smith. A breath of fresh air in a swamp full of National Republicans weak on the populist Trump movement and putting America first. “After traveling around this great state and meeting so many wonderful North Carolinans, one thing …
Tillis’s decision puts Democrats on the brink of being able to block Trump’s emergency declaration in the Senate. If the resolution of disapproval passes the Senate it will go to the president’s desk, where he has said he will use his first veto.
GREENVILLE, N.C. – Friends and colleagues of the late U.S. Rep. Walter Jones Jr. remembered him Thursday as a man of integrity and deep Christian conviction who fought for constituents and what he believed was right.